Sebastien Behr

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OBJECTIVES To describe the clinical phenotype of a new motor disorder in Labrador Retrievers. ANIMALS AND METHODS Case series study. Seven young male Labrador Retrievers presented for evaluation of stiff gait. RESULTS All affected dogs had generalized muscular stiffness, persistent at rest and resulting in restricted joint movements. They showed a(More)
BACKGROUND Simultaneous chemotherapy with vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) inhibition has not shown additional benefit over chemotherapy alone in advanced melanoma. We tested administration of the potent VEGF inhibitor axitinib followed by paclitaxel/carboplatin to determine whether enhanced tumour proliferation during axitinib withdrawal leads to(More)
Greyhound nonsuppurative meningoencephalitis is an idiopathic breed-associated fatal meningoencephalitis with lesions usually occurring within the rostral cerebrum. This disorder can only be confirmed by postmortem examination, with a diagnosis based upon the unique topography of inflammatory lesions. Our purpose was to describe the magnetic resonance (MR)(More)
Signaling via G-protein-coupled receptors presumably occurs in a temporally and spatially organized manner that is – with the exception of rhodopsin – largely unknown because of a lack of suitable techniques that can sufficiently resolve such signals in space and time. Over the past years, we have set out to develop fluorescent methods that permit the(More)
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