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A Central axonopathy in three Scottish terrier puppies. Proc. of the Fifth Annual Meeting of the European Society of Veterinary Neurology, Bern, Viena, Austria, October 2, pp. 36-37.

L VAN HAM, M VANDEVELDE, Maria Desmidt, Mulenda Tshamala UGent, L DE SCHAEPDRIJVER and D MATTHEEUWS
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  author       = {VAN HAM, L and VANDEVELDE, M and Desmidt, Maria and Tshamala, Mulenda and DE SCHAEPDRIJVER, L and MATTHEEUWS, D},
  language     = {eng},
  title        = {A Central axonopathy in three Scottish terrier puppies. Proc. of the Fifth Annual Meeting of the European Society of Veterinary Neurology, Bern, Viena, Austria, October 2, pp. 36-37.},
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Chicago
VAN HAM, L, M VANDEVELDE, Maria Desmidt, Mulenda Tshamala, L DE SCHAEPDRIJVER, and D MATTHEEUWS. “A Central Axonopathy in Three Scottish Terrier Puppies. Proc. of the Fifth Annual Meeting of the European Society of Veterinary Neurology, Bern, Viena, Austria, October 2, Pp. 36-37.” In .
APA
VAN HAM, L., VANDEVELDE, M., Desmidt, M., Tshamala, M., DE SCHAEPDRIJVER, L., & MATTHEEUWS, D. (n.d.). A Central axonopathy in three Scottish terrier puppies. Proc. of the Fifth Annual Meeting of the European Society of Veterinary Neurology, Bern, Viena, Austria, October 2, pp. 36-37.
Vancouver
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VAN HAM L, VANDEVELDE M, Desmidt M, Tshamala M, DE SCHAEPDRIJVER L, MATTHEEUWS D. A Central axonopathy in three Scottish terrier puppies. Proc. of the Fifth Annual Meeting of the European Society of Veterinary Neurology, Bern, Viena, Austria, October 2, pp. 36-37.
MLA
VAN HAM, L, M VANDEVELDE, Maria Desmidt, et al. “A Central Axonopathy in Three Scottish Terrier Puppies. Proc. of the Fifth Annual Meeting of the European Society of Veterinary Neurology, Bern, Viena, Austria, October 2, Pp. 36-37.” Print.