Experts and Doctors on animals in Ulm, Baden Württemberg, Germany


Locale: Ulm, Baden Württemberg, Germany
Topic: animals

Top Publications

  1. Flierl M, Perl M, Rittirsch D, Bartl C, Schreiber H, Fleig V, et al. The role of C5a in the innate immune response after experimental blunt chest trauma. Shock. 2008;29:25-31 pubmed
    ..Thus, C5a might represent a potential target for therapeutic immunomodulation to prevent immune dysfunctions post-trauma and thereby, perhaps, the progression to acute respiratory distress syndrome. ..
  2. Schlottmann S, Buback F, Stahl B, Meierhenrich R, Walter P, Georgieff M, et al. Prolonged classical NF-kappaB activation prevents autophagy upon E. coli stimulation in vitro: a potential resolving mechanism of inflammation. Mediators Inflamm. 2008;2008:725854 pubmed publisher
    ..This mechanism is likely to prevent the recovery of inflammatory cells and thus contributes to the resolution of inflammation. ..
  3. Gnanadurai C, Pandrea I, Parrish N, Kraus M, Learn G, Salazar M, et al. Genetic identity and biological phenotype of a transmitted/founder virus representative of nonpathogenic simian immunodeficiency virus infection in African green monkeys. J Virol. 2010;84:12245-54 pubmed publisher
    ..These results thus extend the T/F virus concept to nonpathogenic SIV infections and provide an important new tool to define viral determinants of disease nonprogression...
  4. Vasic D, Marx N, Sukhova G, Bach H, Durst R, Grüb M, et al. C-peptide promotes lesion development in a mouse model of arteriosclerosis. J Cell Mol Med. 2012;16:927-35 pubmed publisher
    ..These data obtained in a mouse model of arteriosclerosis support the hypothesis that C-peptide may have an active role in atherogenesis in patients with diabetes and insulin resistance. ..
  5. Florian M, Nattamai K, Dörr K, Marka G, Uberle B, Vas V, et al. A canonical to non-canonical Wnt signalling switch in haematopoietic stem-cell ageing. Nature. 2013;503:392-6 pubmed publisher
    ..Our data demonstrate a critical role for stem-cell-intrinsic non-canonical Wnt5a signalling in HSC ageing. ..
  6. Grabrucker S, Proepper C, Mangus K, Eckert M, Chhabra R, Schmeisser M, et al. The PSD protein ProSAP2/Shank3 displays synapto-nuclear shuttling which is deregulated in a schizophrenia-associated mutation. Exp Neurol. 2014;253:126-37 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, we conclude that the uncoupling of ProSAP2/Shank3 nuclear shuttling from synaptic activity may represent a molecular mechanism that contributes to the pathology of SCZ in patients with mutations in ProSAP2/Shank3. ..
  7. Morozko E, Nishio A, Ingham N, Chandra R, Fitzgerald T, Martelletti E, et al. ILDR1 null mice, a model of human deafness DFNB42, show structural aberrations of tricellular tight junctions and degeneration of auditory hair cells. Hum Mol Genet. 2015;24:609-24 pubmed publisher
  8. Stock K, Sailer R, Strauss W, Lyttek M, Steiner R, Schneckenburger H. Variable-angle total internal reflection fluorescence microscopy (VA-TIRFM): realization and application of a compact illumination device. J Microsc. 2003;211:19-29 pubmed
    ..g. time-resolved fluorescence spectroscopy, fluorescence lifetime imaging (FLIM) or fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET). ..
  9. Lepper P, Triantafilou M, Schumann C, Schneider E, Triantafilou K. Lipopolysaccharides from Helicobacter pylori can act as antagonists for Toll-like receptor 4. Cell Microbiol. 2005;7:519-28 pubmed
    ..The antagonistic activity of H. pylori LPS from certain strains, as well as the activation via TLR2, might give H. pylori an advantage over the host that may be associated with the clinical outcome of H. pylori infection. ..

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  1. Kirchhoff F, Silvestri G. Is Nef the elusive cause of HIV-associated hematopoietic dysfunction?. J Clin Invest. 2008;118:1622-5 pubmed publisher
    ..The results also raise the question of whether dysregulation of hematopoiesis by extracellular Nef plays a role in the development of T cell immunodeficiency and the high levels of chronic immune activation associated with AIDS. ..
  2. Fulda S. Tumor resistance to apoptosis. Int J Cancer. 2009;124:511-5 pubmed publisher
    ..Hence, a better understanding of the molecular mechanisms underlying tumor resistance to apoptotic cell death is expected to provide the basis for a rational approach to develop molecular targeted therapies. ..
  3. Vogler M, Walczak H, Stadel D, Haas T, Genze F, Jovanovic M, et al. Small molecule XIAP inhibitors enhance TRAIL-induced apoptosis and antitumor activity in preclinical models of pancreatic carcinoma. Cancer Res. 2009;69:2425-34 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings build the rationale for further (pre)clinical development of XIAP inhibitors and TRAIL against pancreatic cancer...
  4. Ignatius A, Ehrnthaller C, Brenner R, Kreja L, Schoengraf P, Lisson P, et al. The anaphylatoxin receptor C5aR is present during fracture healing in rats and mediates osteoblast migration in vitro. J Trauma. 2011;71:952-60 pubmed publisher
    ..It is suggested that C5aR might play a regulatory role in fracture healing in intramembranous and in enchondral ossification, one possible function being the regulation of cell recruitment. ..
  5. von Hoermann C, Ruther J, Reibe S, Madea B, Ayasse M. The importance of carcass volatiles as attractants for the hide beetle Dermestes maculatus (De Geer). Forensic Sci Int. 2011;212:173-9 pubmed publisher
    ..Pheromones (sexual or aggregation pheromones) might play an essential role correlated with their attraction to carrion and consequently with their attraction to the substrate for mating and ovipositioning...
  6. Lewerenz J, Hewett S, Huang Y, Lambros M, Gout P, Kalivas P, et al. The cystine/glutamate antiporter system x(c)(-) in health and disease: from molecular mechanisms to novel therapeutic opportunities. Antioxid Redox Signal. 2013;18:522-55 pubmed publisher
    ..Moreover, an elevated expression of xCT has been reported in cancer. We highlight the diverse roles of system x(c)(-) in the regulation of the immune response, in various aspects of cancer and in the eye and the CNS...
  7. Tews D, Fischer Posovszky P, Fromme T, Klingenspor M, Fischer J, Ruther U, et al. FTO deficiency induces UCP-1 expression and mitochondrial uncoupling in adipocytes. Endocrinology. 2013;154:3141-51 pubmed publisher
    ..Further understanding of the signaling pathway connecting FTO with UCP-1 expression might lead to new options for obesity and overweight treatment. ..
  8. Münch V, Trentin L, Herzig J, Demir S, Seyfried F, Kraus J, et al. Central nervous system involvement in acute lymphoblastic leukemia is mediated by vascular endothelial growth factor. Blood. 2017;130:643-654 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, we identified a mechanism of ALL-cell entry into the CNS, which by targeting VEGF signaling may serve as a novel strategy to control CNS leukemia in patients, replacing conventional CNS-toxic treatment. ..
  9. Nalapareddy K, Jiang H, Guachalla Gutierrez L, Rudolph K. Determining the influence of telomere dysfunction and DNA damage on stem and progenitor cell aging: what markers can we use?. Exp Gerontol. 2008;43:998-1004 pubmed publisher
    ..Here, we review experimental data on the prevalence of telomere dysfunction and DNA damage during aging and its possible impact on stem and progenitor cell aging. ..
  10. Bardine N, Donow C, Korte B, Durston A, Knöchel W, Wacker S. Two Hoxc6 transcripts are differentially expressed and regulate primary neurogenesis in Xenopus laevis. Dev Dyn. 2009;238:755-65 pubmed publisher
    ..Hence, Hoxc6 functions are not restricted to the expected role in anterior-posterior pattern formation, but they also regulate N-tubulin, thereby having an effect on the initial formation of primary neurons in Xenopus laevis embryos. ..
  11. Brodmann J, Twele R, Francke W, Yi bo L, Xi qiang S, Ayasse M. Orchid mimics honey bee alarm pheromone in order to attract hornets for pollination. Curr Biol. 2009;19:1368-72 pubmed publisher
    ..Because hornets frequently capture honey bees to feed to their larvae, we suggest that the flowers of D. sinense mimic the alarm pheromone of honey bees in order to attract prey-hunting hornets for pollination. ..
  12. Braunstein K, Eschbach J, Ròna Vörös K, Soylu R, Mikrouli E, Larmet Y, et al. A point mutation in the dynein heavy chain gene leads to striatal atrophy and compromises neurite outgrowth of striatal neurons. Hum Mol Genet. 2010;19:4385-98 pubmed publisher
    ..Our study supports a role for dynein dysfunction in the pathogenesis of neurodegenerative disorders of the basal ganglia, such as Perry syndrome and HD. ..
  13. Gessert S, Schmeisser M, Tao S, Boeckers T, K hl M. The spatio-temporal expression of ProSAP/shank family members and their interaction partner LAPSER1 during Xenopus laevis development. Dev Dyn. 2011;240:1528-36 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, we suggest that members of the ProSAP/Shank family and LAPSER1 not only play a role in PSD formation and plasticity, but also during embryonic development...
  14. Stockmann M, Linta L, Fohr K, Boeckers A, Ludolph A, Kuh G, et al. Developmental and functional nature of human iPSC derived motoneurons. Stem Cell Rev. 2013;9:475-92 pubmed publisher
  15. Weckbach S, Perl M, Heiland T, Braumüller S, Stahel P, Flierl M, et al. A new experimental polytrauma model in rats: molecular characterization of the early inflammatory response. Mediators Inflamm. 2012;2012:890816 pubmed publisher
  16. Kluge S, Sauter D, Vogl M, Peeters M, Li Y, Bibollet Ruche F, et al. The transmembrane domain of HIV-1 Vpu is sufficient to confer anti-tetherin activity to SIVcpz and SIVgor Vpu proteins: cytoplasmic determinants of Vpu function. Retrovirology. 2013;10:32 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, several previously described domains in the extracellular region of Vpu are not absolutely essential for tetherin antagonism but may be required for other Vpu functions. ..
  17. Gahr M, Connemann B, Schönfeldt Lecuona C, Freudenmann R. [Succinic semialdehyde dehydrogenase deficiency: an inheritable neurometabolic disease]. Fortschr Neurol Psychiatr. 2013;81:154-61 pubmed publisher
    ..First symptoms frequently occur in the first year of life while the general course of the disease is non-progressive. Currently, no causal therapy exists. ..
  18. Pukrop T, Gradl D, Henningfeld K, Knochel W, Wedlich D, Kuhl M. Identification of two regulatory elements within the high mobility group box transcription factor XTCF-4. J Biol Chem. 2001;276:8968-78 pubmed
  19. Fischer K, Tedford K, Wirth T. New roles for Bcl10 in B-cell development and LPS response. Trends Immunol. 2004;25:113-6 pubmed
  20. Dinse A, Föhr K, Georgieff M, Beyer C, Bulling A, Weigt H. Xenon reduces glutamate-, AMPA-, and kainate-induced membrane currents in cortical neurones. Br J Anaesth. 2005;94:479-85 pubmed
    ..Thus, Xe seems to be rather non-specific as a channel blocker and this may contribute to the analgesic and anaesthetic potency of Xe. ..
  21. Wang H, Kess D, Lindqvist A, Peters T, Sindrilaru A, Wlaschek M, et al. A 9-centimorgan interval of chromosome 10 controls the T cell-dependent psoriasiform skin disease and arthritis in a murine psoriasis model. J Immunol. 2008;180:5520-9 pubmed
    ..This congenic model will be suitable to further investigations of genetic and molecular pathways that cause psoriasiform dermatitis and arthritis, and it may also be relevant for other autoimmune diseases. ..
  22. Madan V, Madan B, Brykczynska U, Zilbermann F, Hogeveen K, Dohner K, et al. Impaired function of primitive hematopoietic cells in mice lacking the Mixed-Lineage-Leukemia homolog MLL5. Blood. 2009;113:1444-54 pubmed publisher
    ..Together, these in vivo findings establish several nonredundant functions for Mll5, including an essential role in regulating proliferation and functional integrity of hematopoietic stem/progenitor cells. ..
  23. Kaiser E, Pust S, Kroll C, Barth H. Cyclophilin A facilitates translocation of the Clostridium botulinum C2 toxin across membranes of acidified endosomes into the cytosol of mammalian cells. Cell Microbiol. 2009;11:780-95 pubmed publisher
    ..In conclusion, our results suggest an essential role of cyclophilin A for translocation of C2I across endosomal membranes during the uptake of C2 toxin into mammalian cells. ..
  24. Liebau S, Proepper C, Schmidt T, Schoen M, Bockmann J, Boeckers T. ProSAPiP2, a novel postsynaptic density protein that interacts with ProSAP2/Shank3. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 2009;385:460-5 pubmed publisher
    ..ProSAPiP2 is located in dendrites and spines, is enriched in the PSD and interacts with actin. Therefore ProSAPiP2 could be involved in the linkage between molecules of the PSD and the cytoskeleton. ..
  25. Bengesser K, Cooper D, Steinmann K, Kluwe L, Chuzhanova N, Wimmer K, et al. A novel third type of recurrent NF1 microdeletion mediated by nonallelic homologous recombination between LRRC37B-containing low-copy repeats in 17q11.2. Hum Mutat. 2010;31:742-51 pubmed publisher
    ..31 microdeletions and reciprocal microduplications. The novel NF1 microdeletions reported here provide further evidence for the unusually high recombinogenic potential of LRRC37-containing LCRs in the human genome. ..
  26. Kleger A, Mahaddalkar P, Katz S, Lechel A, Joo J, Loya K, et al. Increased reprogramming capacity of mouse liver progenitor cells, compared with differentiated liver cells, requires the BAF complex. Gastroenterology. 2012;142:907-17 pubmed publisher
    ..LPCs have intrinsic, cell proliferation-independent characteristics resulting in an increased reprogramming capacity compared to differentiated liver cells. ..
  27. Heilmann A, Schinke T, Bindl R, Wehner T, Rapp A, Haffner Luntzer M, et al. Systemic treatment with the sphingosine-1-phosphate analog FTY720 does not improve fracture healing in mice. J Orthop Res. 2013;31:1845-50 pubmed publisher
    ..2013 Orthopaedic Research Society. Published by Wiley Periodicals, Inc. J Orthop Res 31:1845-1850, 2013. ..
  28. Stiefel F, Fischer S, Sczyrba A, Otte K, Hesse F. miRNA profiling of high, low and non-producing CHO cells during biphasic fed-batch cultivation reveals process relevant targets for host cell engineering. J Biotechnol. 2016;225:31-43 pubmed publisher
    ..This study systematically identified novel target miRNAs during different phases and conditions of a biphasic fed-batch production process and functionally evaluated their potential for host cell engineering. ..
  29. Kammertoens T, Friese C, Arina A, Idel C, Briesemeister D, Rothe M, et al. Tumour ischaemia by interferon-? resembles physiological blood vessel regression. Nature. 2017;545:98-102 pubmed publisher
    ..A better mechanistic understanding of how solid tumours are rejected may aid the design of more effective protocols for adoptive T-cell therapy. ..
  30. El Khassawna T, Merboth F, Malhan D, Bocker W, Daghma D, Stoetzel S, et al. Osteocyte Regulation of Receptor Activator of NF-?B Ligand/Osteoprotegerin in a Sheep Model of Osteoporosis. Am J Pathol. 2017;187:1686-1699 pubmed publisher
    ..The findings of this study can contribute to further explain the success of sclerostin antibodies in treating osteoporotic patients despite increased osteocyte-expressed RANKL. ..
  31. Schirmbeck R, Zheng X, Roggendorf M, Geissler M, Chisari F, Reimann J, et al. Targeting murine immune responses to selected T cell- or antibody-defined determinants of the hepatitis B surface antigen by plasmid DNA vaccines encoding chimeric antigen. J Immunol. 2001;166:1405-13 pubmed
  32. Nienhaus K, Deng P, Kriegl J, Nienhaus G. Structural dynamics of myoglobin: effect of internal cavities on ligand migration and binding. Biochemistry. 2003;42:9647-58 pubmed
    ..Together with the cryospectroscopic results, these data provide a clear picture of the role of the internal sites for ligand escape from and binding to myoglobin. ..
  33. Unger M, Wahl J, Ushmorov A, Buechele B, Simmet T, Debatin K, et al. Enriching suicide gene bearing tumor cells for an increased bystander effect. Cancer Gene Ther. 2007;14:30-8 pubmed
    ..This proof-of-principle study shows that enrichment-eradication may compensate the effects of low in vivo gene transfer efficacy, a major obstacle in cancer gene therapy. ..
  34. Rickert D, Lendlein A, Coskum S, Scheithauer M. [Polymeric biomaterials in head and neck surgery: first results of biocompatibility testing of a degradable polymer in an animal model]. Laryngorhinootologie. 2007;86:507-14 pubmed
  35. Städele C, Andras P, Stein W. Simultaneous measurement of membrane potential changes in multiple pattern generating neurons using voltage sensitive dye imaging. J Neurosci Methods. 2012;203:78-88 pubmed publisher
    ..We argue that imaging of neural networks with identifiable neurons with well-known connectivity, like in the STG, is crucial for the understanding of emergence of network functionality...
  36. Renner S, Baur S, Possler A, Winkler J, Kalko E, Bates P, et al. Food preferences of winter bird communities in different forest types. PLoS ONE. 2012;7:e53121 pubmed publisher
    ..We observed a clear preference for fat-rich food for all birds in both forest types. Snow cover affected activity at food stations but did not affect food preferences. Periods of extreme low temperatures increased activity. ..
  37. Ivanova T, Kuppers E, Engele J, Beyer C. Estrogen stimulates brain-derived neurotrophic factor expression in embryonic mouse midbrain neurons through a membrane-mediated and calcium-dependent mechanism. J Neurosci Res. 2001;66:221-30 pubmed
    ..This particular E effect appears to be transmitted through Ca(2+)-dependent signaling cascades upon activation of putative membrane estrogen receptors. ..
  38. Ignatius A, Betz O, Augat P, Claes L. In vivo investigations on composites made of resorbable ceramics and poly(lactide) used as bone graft substitutes. J Biomed Mater Res. 2001;58:701-9 pubmed
    ..It is concluded that the new composites cannot yet be used for clinical application. An improvement in biocompatibility might be reached by a better coordination of the degradation times of the polymer and the ceramic component. ..
  39. Leithäuser F, Meinhardt Krajina T, Fink K, Wotschke B, Moller P, Reimann J. Foxp3-expressing CD103+ regulatory T cells accumulate in dendritic cell aggregates of the colonic mucosa in murine transfer colitis. Am J Pathol. 2006;168:1898-909 pubmed
    ..We conclude that DC aggregates are structures involved in the expansion and/or differentiation of CD103+ CD25- CD4+ Foxp3-expressing regulatory T cells. ..
  40. Schindler M, Munch J, Kutsch O, Li H, Santiago M, Bibollet Ruche F, et al. Nef-mediated suppression of T cell activation was lost in a lentiviral lineage that gave rise to HIV-1. Cell. 2006;125:1055-67 pubmed
    ..This function was lost during viral evolution in a lineage that gave rise to HIV-1 and may have predisposed the simian precursor of HIV-1 for greater pathogenicity in humans...
  41. Wagner F, Asfar P, Calzia E, Radermacher P, Szabo C. Bench-to-bedside review: Hydrogen sulfide--the third gaseous transmitter: applications for critical care. Crit Care. 2009;13:213 pubmed publisher
  42. Leibinger M, Müller A, Andreadaki A, Hauk T, Kirsch M, Fischer D. Neuroprotective and axon growth-promoting effects following inflammatory stimulation on mature retinal ganglion cells in mice depend on ciliary neurotrophic factor and leukemia inhibitory factor. J Neurosci. 2009;29:14334-41 pubmed publisher
    ..These data confirm a key role for CNTF in directly mediating the neuroprotective and axon regenerative effects of inflammatory stimulation in the eye and identify LIF as an additional contributing factor. ..
  43. von Boyen G, Degenkolb N, Hartmann C, Adler G, Steinkamp M. The endothelin axis influences enteric glia cell functions. Med Sci Monit. 2010;16:BR161-7 pubmed
    ..These ET-1/ET receptors autocrine or paracrine loops might provide a new means to modulate EGC function, such as change in gut motility, cytokine production, and regulating gut homeostasis. ..
  44. Schoengraf P, Lambris J, Recknagel S, Kreja L, Liedert A, Brenner R, et al. Does complement play a role in bone development and regeneration?. Immunobiology. 2013;218:1-9 pubmed publisher
    ..This review describes the complex mutual regulation of the two systems, and indicates some of the negative side effects as a result of inappropriate or excessive complement activation. ..
  45. Franke K, Otto W, Johannes S, Baumgart J, Nitsch R, Schumacher S. miR-124-regulated RhoG reduces neuronal process complexity via ELMO/Dock180/Rac1 and Cdc42 signalling. EMBO J. 2012;31:2908-21 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, RhoG emerges as a cellular conductor of Rac1 and Cdc42 activity, in turn regulated by miR-124 to control axonal and dendritic branching. ..
  46. Visan V, Sabatier J, Grissmer S. Block of maurotoxin and charybdotoxin on human intermediate-conductance calcium-activated potassium channels (hIKCa1). Toxicon. 2004;43:973-80 pubmed
    ..In contrast, CTX binding affinity to the hIKCa1_H236C channel mutant was increased suggesting that His236 might play a role in the binding of CTX, but has only a weak influence in the binding of MTX to hIKCa1 channels. ..
  47. Ludolph A, Kassubek J, Landwehrmeyer B, Mandelkow E, Mandelkow E, Burn D, et al. Tauopathies with parkinsonism: clinical spectrum, neuropathologic basis, biological markers, and treatment options. Eur J Neurol. 2009;16:297-309 pubmed publisher
  48. Hauk T, Leibinger M, Müller A, Andreadaki A, Knippschild U, Fischer D. Stimulation of axon regeneration in the mature optic nerve by intravitreal application of the toll-like receptor 2 agonist Pam3Cys. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2010;51:459-64 pubmed publisher
    ..Pam(3)Cys may be a suitable agent for stimulating CNS regeneration. ..
  49. Dietl P, Liss B, Felder E, Miklavc P, Wirtz H. Lamellar body exocytosis by cell stretch or purinergic stimulation: possible physiological roles, messengers and mechanisms. Cell Physiol Biochem. 2010;25:1-12 pubmed publisher
  50. Kim K, Yolamanova M, Zirafi O, Roan N, Staendker L, Forssmann W, et al. Semen-mediated enhancement of HIV infection is donor-dependent and correlates with the levels of SEVI. Retrovirology. 2010;7:55 pubmed publisher
    ..Despite its importance for the global spread of HIV-1, however, the effect of semen on virus infection is controversial...
  51. Bartelt Kirbach B, Langer Fischer K, Golenhofen N. Different regulation of N-cadherin and cadherin-11 in rat hippocampus. Cell Commun Adhes. 2010;17:75-82 pubmed publisher
    ..These data hint at a critical role of N-cadherin at early embryonic stages and early synaptogenesis, whereas cadherin-11 might be more important for further stabilization of synapses in the postnatal period and adulthood. ..
  52. Bugner V, Aurhammer T, K hl M. Xenopus laevis insulin receptor substrate IRS-1 is important for eye development. Dev Dyn. 2011;240:1705-15 pubmed publisher
  53. Schwarz P, Kübler J, Strnad P, Muller K, Barth T, Gerloff A, et al. Hepcidin is localised in gastric parietal cells, regulates acid secretion and is induced by Helicobacter pylori infection. Gut. 2012;61:193-201 pubmed publisher
    ..Hepcidin is a product of parietal cells regulating gastric acid production and may contribute to development of gastric ulcers under stress conditions. ..
  54. Hirner H, Günes C, Bischof J, Wolff S, Grothey A, Kühl M, et al. Impaired CK1 delta activity attenuates SV40-induced cellular transformation in vitro and mouse mammary carcinogenesis in vivo. PLoS ONE. 2012;7:e29709 pubmed publisher
    ..Our data show that inactivating mutations in CK1? impair SV40-induced cellular transformation in vitro and mouse mammary carcinogenesis in vivo. ..
  55. Lattke M, Magnutzki A, Walther P, Wirth T, Baumann B. Nuclear factor ?B activation impairs ependymal ciliogenesis and links neuroinflammation to hydrocephalus formation. J Neurosci. 2012;32:11511-23 pubmed publisher
    ..Therefore, our study might open up new perspectives for the treatment of certain types of neonatal and childhood hydrocephalus associated with hemorrhages and infections. ..
  56. Deissler H, Deissler H, Lang G, Lang G. VEGF but not PlGF disturbs the barrier of retinal endothelial cells. Exp Eye Res. 2013;115:162-71 pubmed publisher
    ..To induce barrier dysfunction in iBREC, activation of VEGF receptor 2 - probably in concert with neuropilin-1 - seems to be sufficient because VEGF-E and VEGF165, but not PlGF-1/-2 reduced TER or claudin-1 expression. ..
  57. Overeem A, Posovszky C, Rings E, Giepmans B, Van IJzendoorn S. The role of enterocyte defects in the pathogenesis of congenital diarrheal disorders. Dis Model Mech. 2016;9:1-12 pubmed publisher
  58. Shojaee S, Chan L, Buchner M, Cazzaniga V, Cosgun K, Geng H, et al. PTEN opposes negative selection and enables oncogenic transformation of pre-B cells. Nat Med. 2016;22:379-87 pubmed publisher
    ..We propose that targeted inhibition of PTEN and hyperactivation of AKT triggers a checkpoint for the elimination of autoreactive B cells and represents a new strategy to overcome drug resistance in human ALL. ..
  59. Stark J, Rothe T, Kieß S, Simon S, Kienle A. Light scattering microscopy measurements of single nuclei compared with GPU-accelerated FDTD simulations. Phys Med Biol. 2016;61:2749-61 pubmed publisher
  60. Zhang Z, Wang F, Du C, Guo H, Ma L, Liu X, et al. BRM/SMARCA2 promotes the proliferation and chemoresistance of pancreatic cancer cells by targeting JAK2/STAT3 signaling. Cancer Lett. 2017;402:213-224 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings may offer potential therapeutic targets for pancreatic cancer patients with excessive BRM expression. ..
  61. Schleithoff L, Mehrke G, Reutlinger B, Lehmann Horn F. Genomic structure and functional expression of a human alpha(2)/delta calcium channel subunit gene (CACNA2). Genomics. 1999;61:201-9 pubmed
    ..The sequence analysis provides the basis for comprehensive mutation screening of CACNA2 for putative MHS3 individuals and patients with other channelopathies. ..
  62. Kohn M, Steinbach P, Hameister H, Kehrer Sawatzki H. A comparative expression analysis of four MRX genes regulating intracellular signalling via small GTPases. Eur J Hum Genet. 2004;12:29-37 pubmed
  63. Jäger H, Grissmer S. Characterization of the outer pore region of the apamin-sensitive Ca2+-activated K+ channel rSK2. Toxicon. 2004;43:951-60 pubmed
    ..From mutant cycle analysis of KTX position H34 and SK2 position V342G, S344E, and G348D we could deduce that KTX binds in a similar way to SK2 channel mutant pore than to the Kv1.1 pore. ..
  64. Pohl B, Rössner A, Knöchel W. The Fox gene family in Xenopus laevis:FoxI2, FoxM1 and FoxP1 in early development. Int J Dev Biol. 2005;49:53-8 pubmed
    ..xlFoxP1 is activated during organogenesis and is mainly expressed in the brain, head mesenchyme and in the splanchnic layer of the lateral plate mesoderm. ..
  65. Azoitei N, Wirth T, Baumann B. Activation of the IkappaB kinase complex is sufficient for neuronal differentiation of PC12 cells. J Neurochem. 2005;93:1487-501 pubmed
    ..Our data suggest that NGF-induced PC12 differentiation includes activation of IKK2 which may promote the release of c-Rel-containing dimers. ..
  66. Teuchert M, Fischer D, Schwalenstoecker B, Habisch H, Bockers T, Ludolph A. A dynein mutation attenuates motor neuron degeneration in SOD1(G93A) mice. Exp Neurol. 2006;198:271-4 pubmed
    ..Thus, this study confirms that mechanisms associated with dynein such as retrograde axonal transport may play an important role in SOD1(G93A-) toxicity on motor neurons. ..
  67. Stracke S, Ramudo L, Keller F, Henne Bruns D, Mayer J. Antiproliferative and overadditive effects of everolimus and mycophenolate mofetil in pancreas and lung cancer cells in vitro. Transplant Proc. 2006;38:766-70 pubmed
    ..The combined use of everolimus and MMF showed supra-additive effects at concentrations used for therapeutic immunosuppression in patients. ..
  68. Jiang H, Schiffer E, Song Z, Wang J, Zurbig P, Thedieck K, et al. Proteins induced by telomere dysfunction and DNA damage represent biomarkers of human aging and disease. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2008;105:11299-304 pubmed publisher
    ..These results support the concept that telomere dysfunction and DNA damage are interconnected pathways that are activated during human aging and disease. ..
  69. Madan B, Madan V, Weber O, Tropel P, Blum C, Kieffer E, et al. The pluripotency-associated gene Dppa4 is dispensable for embryonic stem cell identity and germ cell development but essential for embryogenesis. Mol Cell Biol. 2009;29:3186-203 pubmed publisher
  70. Wahl C, Wegenka U, Leithäuser F, Schirmbeck R, Reimann J. IL-22-dependent attenuation of T cell-dependent (ConA) hepatitis in herpes virus entry mediator deficiency. J Immunol. 2009;182:4521-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Hence, HVEM expression promotes pathogenic, proinflammatory Th1 responses but down-modulates protective IL-22 responses of T cells in this model of acute hepatitis. ..
  71. Sirbu I, Pandur P. Saving hearts through basic research. Birth Defects Res C Embryo Today. 2009;87:273-83 pubmed publisher
  72. Guachalla L, Rudolph K. ROS induced DNA damage and checkpoint responses: influences on aging?. Cell Cycle. 2010;9:4058-60 pubmed
    ..There is even some evidence that ROS induction is required to mediate positive effects of calorie restriction and physical exercise on organismal fitness and longevity. ..
  73. Kirbach B, Golenhofen N. Differential expression and induction of small heat shock proteins in rat brain and cultured hippocampal neurons. J Neurosci Res. 2011;89:162-75 pubmed publisher
    ..The other sHsps showing constant neuronal expression may play a constitutive role or may be up-regulated and important in types of stresses other than heat shock. ..
  74. Recknagel S, Bindl R, Kurz J, Wehner T, Ehrnthaller C, Knöferl M, et al. Experimental blunt chest trauma impairs fracture healing in rats. J Orthop Res. 2011;29:734-9 pubmed publisher
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