Iwan A Burgener

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Proliferation Activity in Canine Gastrointestinal Lymphoma.

Birgitt Wolfesberger et 12 al.

Nov 13, 2021 in Journal of comparative pathology
Gastrointestinal lymphomas are uncommon in dogs and little is known about their distinct subtypes or proliferation rate. The aim of this study was to stratify 33 canine gastrointestinal lymphoma samples according to the latest World Health Organization classification and to determine the Ki67 proliferation index by manual counting, digital image analysis and visual estimation. The Ki67 index was t...


Ki-67/CD3 ratio in the diagnosis of chronic inflammatory enteropathy in dogs.

Sonja Karlovits et 9 al.

Dec 11, 2019 in Journal of veterinary internal medicine
T cells play a key role in the pathogenesis of chronic inflammatory enteropathy (CIE) in dogs. Cluster of differentiation 3 (CD3) antigen serves as a marker for T cells. In human medicine, Ki-67 is an indicator for cell growth but there are only a few studies in dogs with CIE. To investigate Ki-67 in relation to T cells as a marker for CIE in dogs. Eleven dogs with CIE and 6 healthy beagle control...

Comparison of the intestinal mucosal microbiota in dogs diagnosed with idiopathic inflammatory bowel disease and dogs with food-responsive diarrhea before and after treatment.

Katja Kalenyak et 5 al.

Feb 1, 2018 in FEMS microbiology ecology
We report the first study to evaluate the intestinal mucosal microbiota of dogs with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and dogs with food-responsive diarrhea (FRD) before and after treatment. It was hypothesized that differences in the microbial composition exist between both disease groups and within groups pre- vs. post-treatment. Duodenal and colonic biopsies were obtained endoscopically from 24...


Companion Animals as Models for Inhibition of STAT3 and STAT5.

Matthias Kieslinger et 6 al.

Dec 17, 2019 in Cancers
The use of transgenic mouse models has revolutionized the study of many human diseases. However, murine models are limited in their representation of spontaneously arising tumors and often lack key clinical signs and pathological changes. Thus, a closer representation of complex human diseases is of high therapeutic relevance. Given the high failure rate of drugs at the clinical trial phase (id es...


Development and Evaluation of Two Canine Low-Fidelity Simulation Models.

Maria Aulmann et 6 al.

May 7, 2015 in Journal of veterinary medical education
Two self-made low-fidelity models for simulation of canine intubation and canine female urinary catheterization were developed and evaluated. We used a study design that compares acquired skills of two intervention groups and one control group in a practical examination. Fifty-eight second-year veterinary medicine students received a theoretical introduction to intubation and were randomly divided...


Comparison of the systemic phospholipid profile in dogs diagnosed with idiopathic inflammatory bowel disease or food-responsive diarrhea before and after treatment.

Katja Kalenyak et 5 al.

Apr 16, 2019 in PloS one
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and food-responsive diarrhea (FRD) are common chronic enteropathies in dogs, of which the exact pathogenesis has not been fully understood. In people dyslipidemia has been reported in patients with IBD, and potential therapeutic benefits of polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) in the treatment of IBD have been investigated. Studies on the phospholipid profile in dogs...


Aberrant hepatic lipid storage and metabolism in canine portosystemic shunts.

Lindsay Van den Bossche et 17 al.

Oct 19, 2017 in PloS one
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is a poorly understood multifactorial pandemic disorder. One of the hallmarks of NAFLD, hepatic steatosis, is a common feature in canine congenital portosystemic shunts. The aim of this study was to gain detailed insight into the pathogenesis of steatosis in this large animal model. Hepatic lipid accumulation, gene-expression analysis and HPLC-MS of neutra...


Generation of Differentiating and Long-Living Intestinal Organoids Reflecting the Cellular Diversity of Canine Intestine.

Nina Kramer et 13 al.

Mar 28, 2020 in Cells
Functional intestinal disorders constitute major, potentially lethal health problems in humans. Consequently, research focuses on elucidating the underlying pathobiological mechanisms and establishing therapeutic strategies. In this context, intestinal organoids have emerged as a potent in vitro model as they faithfully recapitulate the structure and function of the intestinal segment they represe...


Prevalence and characterization of hypoadrenocorticism in dogs with signs of chronic gastrointestinal disease: A multicenter study.

Christina Hauck et 9 al.

Jun 23, 2020 in Journal of veterinary internal medicine
Dogs with hypoadrenocorticism (HA) frequently show signs of gastrointestinal disease (SGD). The prevalence of dogs presented for chronic SGD with HA is unknown. The aims of this study were to determine the prevalence of HA in dogs with chronic SGD and to identify clinical and laboratory variables for HA in this population. One hundred fifty-one dogs with chronic SGD. In this multicentered prevalen...


Clonality testing as complementary tool in the assessment of different patient groups with canine chronic enteropathy.

Nicole Luckschander-Zeller et 9 al.

Jul 10, 2019 in Veterinary immunology and immunopathology
Differentiation between canine chronic enteropathy (CCE) and intestinal lymphoma is a diagnostic challenge as histopathology might fail to yield unequivocal results. Detection of clonal rearrangements of the T-cell-receptor gamma (TCRG) chain and IG heavy chain (IGH) V-J genes offer a useful solution. In this retrospective study, histopathology samples of 35 CCE patients and 7 healthy Beagle dogs ...