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Koch, D A; Rosaspina, M; Wiestner, T; Arnold, S; Montavon, P M (2014). Comparative investigations on the upper respiratory tract in Norwich terriers, brachycephalic and mesaticepahlic dogs. Schweizer Archiv für Tierheilkunde, 156(3):119-124.
Arnold, S; Hubler, M; Reichler, I M (2009). Urinary incontinence in spayed bitches: new insights into the pathophysiology and options for medical treatment. Reproduction in Domestic Animals=Zuchthygiene, 44(Suppl):190-192.
Reichler, I M; Hubler, M; Arnold, S (2008). Urethral sphincter mechanism incompetence in spayed bitches: new insights into the pathophysiology and options for treatment. European Journal of Companion Animal Practice, 18(2):187-191.
Reichler, I M; Welle, M M; Eckrich, C; Sattler, U; Barth, A; Hubler, M; Nett-Mettler, C S; Jöchle, W; Arnold, S (2008). Spaying-induced coat changes: the role of gonadotropins, GnRH and GnRH treatment on the hair cycle of female dogs. Veterinary Dermatology, 19(2):77-87.
Maillet, I; Berndt, P; Malo, C; Rodriguez, S; Brunisholz, R A; Pragai, Z; Arnold, S; Langen, H; Wyss, M (2007). From the genome sequence to the proteome and back: evaluation of E. coli genome annotation with a 2-D gel-based proteomics approach. Proteomics, 7(7):1097-1106.
Arnold, S; Chew, D J; Hubler, M; Casal, M; Wiestner, Thomas; Hogg, H; Heckmann, Rudolf; Powers, J; Ruesch, P (1993). Reproducibility of urethral pressure profiles in clinically normal sexually intact female dogs by use of microtransducer catheters. American Journal of Veterinary Research, 54(8):1347-1351.