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    1. Oberholzer, A; Steckholzer, U; Kurimoto, M; Trentz, O; Ertel, W
      Interleukin-18 plasma levels are increased in patients with sepsis compared to severely injured patients

      SHOCK
    2. Tange, S; Hofer, Y; Welte, M; Anthuber, M; Jauch, KW; Geissler, EK; Ertel, W
      Local secretion of TNF-alpha from the liver does not correlate with endotoxin, IL-6, or organ function in the early phase after orthotopic liver transplantation

      TRANSPLANT INTERNATIONAL
    3. Ertel, W; Keel, M; Eid, K; Platz, A; Trentz, O
      Control of severe hemorrhage using C-clamp and pelvic packing in multiply injured patients with pelvic ring disruption

      JOURNAL OF ORTHOPAEDIC TRAUMA
    4. Ertel, W; O'Neill, HS; Sylvester, PJ; Dingwell, DB; Spettel, B
      The solubility of rhenium in silicate melts: Implications for the geochemical properties of rhenium at high temperatures

      GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA
    5. Platz, A; Ertel, W; Helmy, N; Stocker, R; Trentz, O; Pfammatter, T
      Experience with a potentially temporary cava filter in patients with multiple injuries

      CHIRURG
    6. Hentze, H; Schwoebel, F; Lund, S; Keel, M; Ertel, W; Wendel, A; Jaattela, M; Leist, M
      In vivo and in vitro evidence for extracellular caspase activity released from apoptotic cells (vol 283, pg 1111, 2001)

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    7. Hentze, H; Schwoebel, F; Lund, S; Kehl, M; Ertel, W; Wendel, A; Jaattela, M; Leist, M
      In vivo and in vitro evidence for extracellular caspase activity released from apoptotic cells

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    8. Harter, L; Keel, M; Hentze, H; Steckholzer, U; Ungethum, U; Trentz, O; Ertel, W
      Spontaneous in contrast to CD95-induced neutrophil apoptosis is independent of caspase activity

      JOURNAL OF TRAUMA-INJURY INFECTION AND CRITICAL CARE
    9. Oberholzer, A; Harter, L; Feilner, A; Steckholzer, U; Trentz, O; Ertel, W
      Differential effect of caspase inhibition on proinflammatory cytokine release in septic patients

      SHOCK
    10. Keel, M; Ertel, W; Trentz, O
      Ancylosis of both hips through heterotopic ossifications after isolated severe head injury

      UNFALLCHIRURG
    11. Ertel, W; Oberholzer, A; Platz, A; Stocker, R; Trentz, O
      Incidence and clinical pattern of the abdominal compartment syndrome after"damage-control" laparotomy in 311 patients with severe abdominal and/or pelvic trauma

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    12. Wanner, GA; Keel, W; Steckholzer, U; Beier, W; Stocker, R; Ertel, W
      Relationship between procalcitonin plasma levels and severity of injury, sepsis, organ failure, and mortality in injured patients

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    13. Oberholzer, A; Feilner, A; Hentze, H; Steckholzer, U; Kurimoto, M; Trentz, O; Ertel, W
      Sepsis after severe injury interrupts caspase-dependent processing of interleukin-18

      JOURNAL OF TRAUMA-INJURY INFECTION AND CRITICAL CARE
    14. Oberholzer, A; Keel, M; Zellweger, R; Steckholzer, U; Trentz, O; Ertel, W
      Incidence of septic complications and multiple organ failure in severely injured patients is sex specific

      JOURNAL OF TRAUMA-INJURY INFECTION AND CRITICAL CARE
    15. Keel, M; Hentze, H; Kunstle, G; Trentz, O; Ertel, W
      Endotoxin and interferon-gamma inhibit the caspase-activity in neutrophilsthrough a tyrosine kinase dependent mechanism

      LANGENBECKS ARCHIVES OF SURGERY
    16. Oberholzer, A; Steckholzer, U; Kurimoto, M; Ertel, W
      The prognostic importance of interferon-gamma-inducing factor (interleukin-18) during severe sepsis

      LANGENBECKS ARCHIVES OF SURGERY
    17. Wanner, GA; Mica, L; Hentze, H; Trentz, O; Ertel, W
      Inhibition of caspase activity prevents Fas-mediated hepatic microcirculatory failure and Kupffer cell dysfunction

      LANGENBECKS ARCHIVES OF SURGERY
    18. Wanner, GA; Muller, PEM; Ertel, W; Bauer, M; Menger, MD; Messmer, K
      Differential effect of anti-TNF-alpha antibody on proinflammatory cytokinerelease by Kupffer cells following liver ischemia and reperfusion

      SHOCK
    19. Hentze, H; Kunstle, G; Volbracht, C; Ertel, W; Wendel, A
      CD95-mediated murine hepatic apoptosis requires an intact glutathione status

      HEPATOLOGY
    20. Keel, M; Ertel, W
      Altered lymphocyte functions in systemic inflammatory response syndrome

      ANASTHESIOLOGIE & INTENSIVMEDIZIN
    21. Kossmann, T; Ertel, W; Platz, A; Trentz, O
      The combined operation for fractures of the thoracolumbar junction with the inlay span technique

      ORTHOPADE
    22. Ertel, W; O'Neill, HS; Sylvester, PJ; Dingwell, DB
      Solubilities of Pt and Rh in a haplobasaltic silicate melt at 1300 degreesC

      GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA
    23. Keel, M; Ertel, W; Trentz, O
      Limb preservation after clostridial myonecrosis following internal fixation of a closed femoral fracture

      CHIRURG
    24. Ertel, W; Keel, M; Buergi, U; Hartung, T; Imhof, HG; Trentz, O
      Granulocyte colony-stimulating factor inhibits neutrophil apoptosis at thelocal site after severe head and thoracic injury

      JOURNAL OF TRAUMA-INJURY INFECTION AND CRITICAL CARE
    25. Platz, A; Heinzelmann, M; Ertel, W; Trentz, O
      Posterior elbow dislocation with associated vascular injury after blunt trauma

      JOURNAL OF TRAUMA-INJURY INFECTION AND CRITICAL CARE
    26. GRAD S; ERTEL W; KEEL M; INFANGER M; VONDERSCHMITT DJ; MALY FE
      STRONGLY ENHANCED SERUM LEVELS OF VASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL GROWTH-FACTOR (VEGF) AFTER POLYTRAUMA AND BURN

      CLINICAL CHEMISTRY AND LABORATORY MEDICINE
    27. KARRES I; KREMER JP; DIETL I; STECKHOLZER U; JOCHUM M; ERTEL W
      CHLOROQUINE INHIBITS PROINFLAMMATORY CYTOKINE RELEASE INTO HUMAN WHOLE-BLOOD

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    28. ERTEL W; KEEL M; MARTY D; HOOP R; SAFRET A; STOCKER R; TRENTZ O
      THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE SYSTEMIC INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE SYNDROME (SIRS) IN 1278 TRAUMA PATIENTS

      Der Unfallchirurg
    29. WANNER GA; MULLER P; ERTEL W; BUSCH CJ; MENGER MD; MESSMER K
      DIFFERENTIAL EFFECT OF CYCLOOXYGENASE METABOLITES ON PROINFLAMMATORY CYTOKINE RELEASE BY KUPFFER CELLS AFTER LIVER ISCHEMIA AND REPERFUSION

      The American journal of surgery
    30. BAKER CC; AYALA A; ERTEL W; CRYER HG; PUYANA JC
      BOTH T-HELPER-1-TYPE AND T-HELPER-2-TYPE LYMPHOKINES ARE DEPRESSED INPOSTTRAUMA ANERGY - DISCUSSION

      The journal of trauma, injury, infection, and critical care
    31. ERTEL W; KEEL M; INFANGER M; UNGETHUM U; STECKHOLZER U; TRENTZ O
      CIRCULATING MEDIATORS IN SERUM OF INJURED PATIENTS WITH SEPTIC COMPLICATIONS INHIBIT NEUTROPHIL APOPTOSIS THROUGH UP-REGULATION OF PROTEIN-TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATION

      The journal of trauma, injury, infection, and critical care
    32. ERTEL W
      56TH ANNUAL-MEETING OF THE AMERICAN-ASSOC IATION-FOR-THE-SURGERY-OF-TRAUMA - 19.-21. SEPTEMBER 1996, HOUSTON, USA

      Der Unfallchirurg
    33. ERTEL W; TRENTZ O
      DIAGNOSIS OF TRAUMATIC AORTIC RUPTURE - T RANSESOPHAGEAL ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY VERSUS COMPUTED-TOMOGRAPHY

      Der Unfallchirurg
    34. ERTEL W; KEEL M; STOCKER R; IMHOF HG; LEIST M; STECKHOLZER U; TANAKA M; TRENTZ O; NAGATA S
      DETECTABLE CONCENTRATIONS OF FAS LIGAND IN CEREBROSPINAL-FLUID AFTER SEVERE HEAD-INJURY

      Journal of neuroimmunology
    35. ERTEL W; DINGWELL DB; ONEILL HS
      COMPOSITIONAL DEPENDENCE OF THE ACTIVITY OF NICKEL IN SILICATE MELTS

      Geochimica et cosmochimica acta
    36. ERTEL W; TRENTZ O
      NEW DIAGNOSTIC STRATEGIES IN MULTIPLE TRA UMA

      Chirurg
    37. KEEL M; UNGETHUM U; STECKHOLZER U; NIEDERER E; HARTUNG T; TRENTZ O; ERTEL W
      INTERLEUKIN-10 COUNTERREGULATES PROINFLAMMATORY CYTOKINE-INDUCED INHIBITION OF NEUTROPHIL APOPTOSIS DURING SEVERE SEPSIS

      Blood
    38. ERTEL W; KEEL M; NEIDHARDT R; STECKHOLZER U; KREMER JP; UNGETHUEM U; TRENTZ O
      INHIBITION OF THE DEFENSE SYSTEM STIMULATING INTERLEUKIN-12 INTERFERON-GAMMA PATHWAY DURING CRITICAL ILLNESS

      Blood
    39. ACZEL J; ERTEL W
      A NEW FORMULA FOR SPEEDUP AND ITS CHARACTERIZATION

      Acta informatica
    40. NEIDHARDT R; KEEL M; STECKHOLZER U; SAFRET A; UNGETHUEM U; TRENTZ O; ERTEL W
      RELATIONSHIP OF INTERLEUKIN-10 PLASMA-LEVELS TO SEVERITY OF INJURY AND CLINICAL OUTCOME IN INJURED PATIENTS

      The journal of trauma, injury, infection, and critical care
    41. AYALA A; ERTEL W; CHAUDRY IH
      TRAUMA-INDUCED SUPPRESSION OF ANTIGEN PRESENTATION AND EXPRESSION OF MAJOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY CLASS-II ANTIGEN COMPLEX IN LEUKOCYTES

      Shock
    42. WANNER GA; ERTEL W; MULLER P; HOFER Y; LEIDERER R; MENGER MD; MESSMER K
      LIVER ISCHEMIA AND REPERFUSION INDUCES A SYSTEMIC INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE THROUGH KUPFFER CELL ACTIVATION

      Shock
    43. ERTEL W; TRENTZ O
      BLUNT AND PENETRATING ABDOMINAL-TRAUMA

      Der Unfallchirurg
    44. WANNER GA; MULLER P; MENGER MD; ERTEL W
      ANTI-TNF-ALPHA ANTIBODY ATTENUATES THE PR OINFLAMMATORY RESPONSE FOLLOWING LIVER ISCHEMIA REPERFUSION IN-VIVO/

      Langenbecks Archiv fur Chirurgie
    45. KEEL M; ECKNAUER E; STOCKER R; UNGETHUM U; STECKHOLZER U; GALLATI H; TRENTZ O; ERTEL W
      DIFFERENT PATTERN OF LOCAL AND SYSTEMIC R ELEASE OF PROINFLAMMATORY AND ANTIINFLAMMATORY MEDIATORS IN SEVERELY INJURED PATIENTS WITH CHEST TRAUMA

      Langenbecks Archiv fur Chirurgie
    46. ERTEL W; OONEILL HSC; DINGWELL DB; SPETTEL B
      SOLUBILITY OF TUNGSTEN IN A HAPLOBASALTIC MELT AS A FUNCTION OF TEMPERATURE AND OXYGEN FUGACITY

      Geochimica et cosmochimica acta
    47. KARRES I; KREMER JP; STECKHOLZER U; KENNEY JS; ERTEL W
      TRANSFORMING GROWTH-FACTOR-BETA-1 INHIBITS SYNTHESIS OF CYTOKINES IN ENDOTOXIN-STIMULATED HUMAN WHOLE-BLOOD

      Archives of surgery
    48. ERTEL W; KEEL M; STECKHOLZER U; UNGETHUM U; TRENTZ O
      INTERLEUKIN-10 ATTENUATES THE RELEASE OF PROINFLAMMATORY CYTOKINES BUT DEPRESSES SPLENOCYTE FUNCTIONS IN MURINE ENDOTOXEMIA

      Archives of surgery
    49. LOWRY SF; MILLERGRAZIANO C; CALLERY M; MANNICK JA; ERTEL W
      INTERLEUKIN-10 ATTENUATES THE RELEASE OF PROINFLAMMATORY CYTOKINES BUT DEPRESSES SPLENOCYTE FUNCTIONS IN MURINE ENDOTOXEMIA - DISCUSSION

      Archives of surgery
    50. KREMER JP; JARRAR D; STECKHOLZER U; ERTEL W
      INTERLEUKIN-1, INTERLEUKIN-6 AND TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR-ALPHA RELEASE IS DOWN-REGULATED IN WHOLE-BLOOD FROM SEPTIC PATIENTS

      Acta haematologica
    51. KEEL M; SCHREGENBERGER N; STECKHOLZER U; UNGETHUM U; KENNEY J; TRENTZ O; ERTEL W
      ENDOTOXIN TOLERANCE AFTER SEVERE INJURY AND ITS REGULATORY MECHANISMS

      The journal of trauma, injury, infection, and critical care
    52. KEEL M; ECKNAUER E; STOCKER R; UNGETHUM U; STECKHOLZER U; KENNEY J; GALLATI H; TRENTZ O; ERTEL W
      DIFFERENT PATTERN OF LOCAL AND SYSTEMIC RELEASE OF PROINFLAMMATORY AND ANTIINFLAMMATORY MEDIATORS IN SEVERELY INJURED PATIENTS WITH CHEST TRAUMA

      The journal of trauma, injury, infection, and critical care
    53. RODRIGUEZ JL; SIMON RJ; WEST MA; FOEX BA; WAYDHAS C; HAUSER CJ; MEADE PC; ERTEL W
      DIFFERENT PATTERN OF LOCAL AND SYSTEMIC RELEASE OF PROINFLAMMATORY AND ANTIINFLAMMATORY MEDIATORS IN SEVERELY INJURED PATIENTS WITH CHEST TRAUMA - DISCUSSION

      The journal of trauma, injury, infection, and critical care
    54. MAINOUS MR; ERTEL W; CHAUDRY IH; DEITCH EA
      THE GUT - A CYTOKINE-GENERATING ORGAN IN SYSTEMIC INFLAMMATION

      Shock
    55. ERTEL W; MORRISON MH; AYALA A; CHAUDRY IH
      HYPOXEMIA IN THE ABSENCE OF BLOOD-LOSS OR SIGNIFICANT HYPOTENSION CAUSES INFLAMMATORY CYTOKINE RELEASE

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    56. ERTEL W; KREMER JP; KENNEY J; STECKHOLZER U; JARRAR D; TRENTZ O; SCHILDBERG FW
      DOWN-REGULATION OF PROINFLAMMATORY CYTOKINE RELEASE IN WHOLE-BLOOD FROM SEPTIC PATIENTS

      Blood
    57. ERTEL W; KEEL M; BONACCIO M; STECKHOLZER U; GALLATI H; KENNEY JS; TRENTZ O
      RELEASE OF ANTIINFLAMMATORY MEDIATORS AFTER MECHANICAL TRAUMA CORRELATES WITH SEVERITY OF INJURY AND CLINICAL OUTCOME

      The journal of trauma, injury, infection, and critical care
    58. BOEKSTEGERS P; WEIDENHOFER S; ZELL R; PILZ G; HOLLER E; ERTEL W; KAPSNER T; REDL H; SCHLAG G; KAUL M; KEMPENI J; STENZEL R; WERDAN K
      REPEATED ADMINISTRATION OF A F(AB')2 FRAGMENT OF AN ANTITUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR-ALPHA MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODY IN PATIENTS WITH SEVERE SEPSIS - EFFECTS ON THE CARDIOVASCULAR-SYSTEM AND CYTOKINE LEVELS

      Shock
    59. ERTEL W; MORRISON MH; AYALA A; CHAUDRY IH
      BIOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF ELEVATED TNF LEVELS - IN-VIVO ADMINISTRATION OF MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODY AGAINST TNF FOLLOWING HEMORRHAGE SHOCK INCREASES THE CAPACITY OF MACROPHAGES TO RELEASE TNF WHILE RESTORING IMMUNORESPONSIVENESS

      Cytokine
    60. ERTEL W; FRIEDL HP; TRENTZ O
      MULTIPLE ORGAN DYSFUNCTION SYNDROME (MODS) FOLLOWING MULTIPLE TRAUMA - RATIONALE AND CONCEPT OF THERAPEUTIC APPROACH

      European journal of pediatric surgery
    61. ERTEL W; TRENTZ O
      MAJOR TRAUMA AND MULTIPLE ORGAN DYSFUNCTI ON SYNDROME (MODS) - DEFINITION, PATHOPHYSIOLOGY, THERAPY

      Zentralblatt fur Chirurgie
    62. DINGWELL DB; ONEILL HSC; ERTEL W; SPETTEL B
      THE SOLUBILITY AND OXIDATION-STATE OF NICKEL IN SILICATE MELT AT LOW-OXYGEN FUGACITIES - RESULTS USING A MECHANICALLY ASSISTED EQUILIBRATION TECHNIQUE

      Geochimica et cosmochimica acta
    63. ERTEL W; SCHOLL FA; GALLATI H; BONACCIO M; SCHILDBERG FW; TRENTZ O
      INCREASED RELEASE OF SOLUBLE TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR RECEPTORS INTO BLOOD DURING CLINICAL SEPSIS

      Archives of surgery
    64. ERTEL W; JARRAR D; JOCHUM M; THIELE V; KENNEY J; FAIST E; SCHILDBERG FW; ALEXANDER JW; MCMANUS AT; MANNICK JA; SIMMS HH; MEAKINS JL; RODERICK M; NEELY A
      ENHANCED RELEASE OF ELASTASE IS NOT CONCOMITANT WITH INCREASED SECRETION OF GRANULOCYTE-ACTIVATING CYTOKINES IN WHOLE-BLOOD FROM PATIENTS WITH SEPSIS

      Archives of surgery
    65. ERTEL W; FAIST E
      IMMUNOLOGICAL MONITORING FOLLOWING SEVEREINJURY

      Der Unfallchirurg
    66. ERTEL W; KROMBACH F; KREMER JP; JARRAR D; THIELE V; EYMANN J; MUENZING S; FAIST E; MESSMER K; SCHILDBERG FW; BUCHMAN TG; BILLIAR RT; RODEBERG DA
      MECHANISMS OF CYTOKINE CASCADE ACTIVATION IN PATIENTS WITH SEPSIS - NORMAL CYTOKINE TRANSCRIPTION DESPITE REDUCED CD14 RECEPTOR EXPRESSION

      Surgery
    67. PELLICANE JV; DEMARIA EJ; ABDELFATTAH A; REINES HD; VANNICE JL; CARSON KW; RUSH BF; NORTON JA; BAKER CC; ERTEL W; MOORE EE; KRUPSKI WC
      INTERLEUKIN-1 RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST IMPROVES SURVIVAL AND PRESERVES ORGAN ADENOSINE-5'-TRIPHOSPHATE AFTER HEMORRHAGIC-SHOCK

      Surgery
    68. ZHU X; ERTEL W; AYALA A; MORRISON MH; PERRIN MM; CHAUDRY IH
      CHLOROQUINE INHIBITS MACROPHAGE TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR-ALPHA MESSENGER-RNA TRANSCRIPTION

      Immunology
    69. ERTEL W; SINGH G; MORRISON MH; AYALA A; CHAUDRY IH
      CHEMICALLY-INDUCED HYPOTENSION INCREASES PGE(2) RELEASE AND DEPRESSESMACROPHAGE ANTIGEN PRESENTATION

      The American journal of physiology


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