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    1. Bedoucha, M; Atzpodien, E; Boelsterli, UA
      Diabetic KKA(y) mice exhibit increased hepatic PPAR gamma 1 gene expression and develop hepatic steatosis upon chronic treatment with antidiabetic thiazolidinediones

      JOURNAL OF HEPATOLOGY
    2. Suter-Eichenberger, R; Boelsterli, UA; Conscience-Egli, M; Lichtensteiger, W; Schlumpf, M
      CYP 450 enzyme induction by chronic oral musk xylene in adult and developing rats (vol 111, pg 117, 1999)

      TOXICOLOGY LETTERS
    3. Fountoulakis, M; Berndt, P; Boelsterli, UA; Crameri, F; Winter, M; Albertini, S; Suter, L
      Two-dimensional database of mouse liver proteins: Changes in hepatic protein levels following treatment with acetaminophen or its nontoxic regioisomer 3-acetamidophenol

      ELECTROPHORESIS
    4. Boess, F; Ndikum-Moffor, FM; Boelsterli, UA; Roberts, SM
      Effects of cocaine and its oxidative metabolites on mitochondrial respiration and generation of reactive oxygen species

      BIOCHEMICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    5. Sigrist, S; Bedoucha, M; Boelsterli, UA
      Down-regulation by troglitazone of hepatic tumor necrosis factor-alpha andinterleukin-6 mRNA expression in a murine model of non-insulin-dependent diabetes

      BIOCHEMICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    6. Suter-Eichenberger, R; Boelsterli, UA; Conscience-Egli, M; Lichtensteiger, W; Schlumpf, M
      CYP 450 enzyme induction by chronic oral musk xylene in adult and developing rats

      TOXICOLOGY LETTERS
    7. SEITZ S; KRETZROMMEL A; ELFERINK RPJO; BOELSTERLI UA
      SELECTIVE PROTEIN ADDUCT FORMATION OF DICLOFENAC GLUCURONIDE IS CRITICALLY DEPENDENT ON THE RAT CANALICULAR CONJUGATE EXPORT PUMP (MRP2)

      Chemical research in toxicology
    8. BOELSTERLI UA; SEITZ S
      HEPATIC FORMATION AND BILIARY-EXCRETION OF REACTIVE ACYL GLUCURONIDESDETERMINES NONSTEROIDAL ANTIINFLAMMATORY DRUG (NSAID)-INDUCED SMALL-INTESTINAL ULCERATION

      Hepatology
    9. BOESS F; BOPST M; ALTHAUS R; POLSKY S; COHEN SD; EUGSTER HP; BOELSTERLI UA
      ACETAMINOPHEN HEPATOTOXICITY IN TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR-LYMPHOTOXIN-ALPHA GENE KNOCKOUT MICE

      Hepatology
    10. STAUBLI A; BOELSTERLI UA
      THE LABILE IRON POOL IN HEPATOCYTES - PROOXIDANT-INDUCED INCREASE IN FREE IRON PRECEDES OXIDATIVE CELL INJURY

      American journal of physiology: Gastrointestinal and liver physiology
    11. PATERNA JC; BOESS F; STAUBLI A; BOELSTERLI UA
      ANTIOXIDANT AND CYTOPROTECTIVE PROPERTIES OF D-TAGATOSE IN CULTURED MURINE HEPATOCYTES

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    12. ESCHGFALLER B; KONIG M; BOESS F; BOELSTERLI UA; BENNER SA
      SYNTHESIS AND BIODISTRIBUTION OF A SHORT NONIONIC OLIGONUCLEOTIDE ANALOG IN MOUSE WITH A POTENTIAL TO MIMIC PEPTIDES

      Journal of medicinal chemistry
    13. Seitz, S; Boelsterli, UA
      Diclofenac acyl glucuronide, a major biliary metabolite, is directly involved in small intestinal injury in rats

      GASTROENTEROLOGY
    14. VALERI F; BOESS F; WOLF A; GOLDLIN C; BOELSTERLI UA
      FRUCTOSE AND TAGATOSE PROTECT AGAINST OXIDATIVE CELL INJURY BY IRON CHELATION

      Free radical biology & medicine
    15. BOELSTERLI UA; BOESS F; BOPST M; ALTHAUS R; POLSKY S; COHEN SD; EUGSTER HP
      ACETAMINOPHEN BIOACTIVATION AND HEPATOTOXICITY IN TNF LT-ALPHA GENE KNOCKOUT MICE/

      Hepatology
    16. BOELSTERLI UA; ZIMMERMAN HJ; KRETZROMMEL A
      IDIOSYNCRATIC LIVER TOXICITY OF NONSTEROIDAL ANTIINFLAMMATORY DRUGS -MOLECULAR MECHANISMS AND PATHOLOGY

      Critical reviews in toxicology
    17. BOELSTERLI UA; VALERI F; WOLF A
      FRUCTOSE AND OTHER IRON-CHELATING KETOHEXOSES PROTECT AGAINST OXIDANTSTRESS-INDUCED HEPATOCYTE INJURY BY SUPPRESSING REACTIVE OXYGEN FORMATION

      Hepatology
    18. KRETZROMMEL A; BOELSTERLI UA
      CYTOTOXIC ACTIVITY OF T-CELLS AND NON-T CELLS FROM DICLOFENAC-IMMUNIZED MICE AGAINST CULTURED SYNGENEIC HEPATOCYTES EXPOSED TO DICLOFENAC

      Hepatology
    19. BOELSTERLI UA; ZIMMERLI B; MEIER PJ
      IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A BASOLATERAL DICARBOXYLATE CHOLATE ANTIPORT SYSTEM IN RAT HEPATOCYTES

      American journal of physiology: Gastrointestinal and liver physiology
    20. BOELSTERLI UA; KRETZROMMEL A
      COCULTURE OF T-CELLS AND NON-T CELLS FROM DICLOFENAC-IMMUNIZED MICE WITH SYNGENEIC HEPATOCYTES EXPOSED TO DICLOFENAC RESULTS IN LETHAL HEPATOCYTE INJURY

      Hepatology
    21. KRETZROMMEL A; BOELSTERLI UA
      MECHANISM OF COVALENT ADDUCT FORMATION OF DICLOFENAC TO RAT HEPATIC-MICROSOMAL PROTEINS - RETENTION OF THE GLUCURONIC-ACID MOIETY IN THE ADDUCT

      Drug metabolism and disposition
    22. GODLIN C; BOELSTERLI UA
      DISSOCIATION OF COVALENT PROTEIN ADDUCT FORMATION FORM OXIDATIVE INJURY IN CULTURED-HEPATOCYTES EXPOSED TO COCAINE

      Xenobiotica
    23. KRETZROMMEL A; BOELSTERLI UA
      SELECTIVE PROTEIN ADDUCTS TO MEMBRANE-PROTEINS IN CULTURED RAT HEPATOCYTES EXPOSED TO DICLOFENAC - RADIOCHEMICAL AND IMMUNOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS

      Molecular pharmacology
    24. BOELSTERLI UA
      SPECIFIC TARGETS OF COVALENT DRUG-PROTEIN INTERACTIONS IN HEPATOCYTESAND THEIR TOXICOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE IN DRUG-INDUCED LIVER-INJURY

      Drug metabolism reviews
    25. BOELSTERLI UA; WOLF A; GOLDLIN C
      OXYGEN-FREE RADICAL PRODUCTION MEDIATED BY COCAINE AND ITS ETHANOL-DERIVED METABOLITE, COCAETHYLENE, IN RAT HEPATOCYTES

      Hepatology
    26. BOELSTERLI UA; KRETZROMMEL A
      IMMUNOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF COVALENT DRUG-PROTEIN ADDUCTS IN RAT HEPATOCYTES EXPOSED TO THE NONSTEROIDAL ANTIINFLAMMATORY DRUG DICLOFENAC

      Hepatology
    27. KRETZROMMEL A; BOELSTERLI UA
      DICLOFENAC COVALENT PROTEIN-BINDING IS DEPENDENT ON ACYL GLUCURONIDE FORMATION AND IS INVERSELY RELATED TO P450-MEDIATED ACUTE CELL INJURY IN CULTURED RAT HEPATOCYTES

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology


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