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    1. Klein, S; Spannagl, M; Engelmann, B
      Phosphatidylethanolamine participates in the stimulation of the contact system of coagulation by very-low-density lipoproteins

      ARTERIOSCLEROSIS THROMBOSIS AND VASCULAR BIOLOGY
    2. Dickfeld, T; Ruf, A; Pogatsa-Murray, G; Muller, I; Engelmann, B; Taubitz, W; Fischer, J; Meier, O; Gawaz, M
      Differential antiplatelet effects of various glycoprotein IIb-IIIa antagonists

      THROMBOSIS RESEARCH
    3. Zieseniss, S; Zahler, S; Muller, I; Hermetter, A; Engelmann, B
      Modified phosphatidylethanolamine as the active component of oxidized low density lipoprotein promoting platelet prothrombinase activity

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    4. Zillmann, A; Luther, T; Muller, I; Kotzsch, M; Spannagl, M; Kauke, T; Oelschlagel, U; Zahler, S; Engelmann, B
      Platelet-associated tissue factor contributes to the collagen-triggered activation of blood coagulation

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    5. Stoeckelhuber, M; Dobner, P; Baumgartner, P; Ehlert, J; Brandt, E; Mentele, R; Adam, D; Engelmann, B
      Stimulation of cellular sphingomyelin import by the chemokine connective tissue-activating peptide III

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    6. Urban, S; Zieseniss, S; Werder, M; Hauser, H; Budzinski, R; Engelmann, B
      Scavenger receptor BI transfers major lipoprotein-associated phospholipidsinto the cells

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    7. Hahnel, D; Thiery, J; Brosche, T; Engelmann, B
      Role of plasmalogens in the enhanced resistance of LDL to copper-induced oxidation after LDL apheresis

      ARTERIOSCLEROSIS THROMBOSIS AND VASCULAR BIOLOGY
    8. Engelmann, B; Zieseniss, S; Brand, K; Page, S; Lentschat, A; Ulmer, AJ; Gerlach, E
      Tissue factor expression of human monocytes is suppressed by lysophosphatidylcholine

      ARTERIOSCLEROSIS THROMBOSIS AND VASCULAR BIOLOGY
    9. Hahnel, D; Beyer, K; Engelmann, B
      Inhibition of peroxyl radical-mediated lipid oxidation by plasmalogen phospholipids and alpha-tocopherol

      FREE RADICAL BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE
    10. Hahnel, D; Huber, T; Kurze, V; Beyer, K; Engelmann, B
      Contribution of copper binding to the inhibition of lipid oxidation by plasmalogen phospholipids

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    11. Engelmann, B
      The last page (Superstition)

      SMITHSONIAN
    12. Dobner, P; Koller, E; Engelmann, B
      Platelet high affinity low density lipoprotein binding and import of lipoprotein derived phospholipids

      FEBS LETTERS
    13. DOBNER P; ENGELMANN B
      LOW-DENSITY LIPOPROTEINS SUPPLY PHOSPHOLIPID-BOUND ARACHIDONIC-ACID FOR PLATELET EICOSANOID PRODUCTION

      American journal of physiology: endocrinology and metabolism
    14. ENGELMANN B; SCHAIPP B; DOBNER P; STOECKELHUBER M; KOGL C; SIESS W; HERMETTER A
      PLATELET AGONISTS ENHANCE THE IMPORT OF PHOSPHATIDYLETHANOLAMINE INTOHUMAN PLATELETS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    15. ESKILDSENHELMOND YEG; HAHNEL D; REINHARDT U; DEKKERS DHW; ENGELMANN B; LAMERS JMJ
      PHOSPHOLIPID SOURCE AND MOLECULAR-SPECIES COMPOSITION OF 1,2-DIACYLGLYCEROL IN AGONIST-STIMULATED RAT CARDIOMYOCYTES

      Cardiovascular Research
    16. REISS D; BEYER K; ENGELMANN B
      DELAYED OXIDATIVE-DEGRADATION OF POLYUNSATURATED DIACYL PHOSPHOLIPIDSIN THE PRESENCE OF PLASMALOGEN PHOSPHOLIPIDS IN-VITRO

      Biochemical journal
    17. ENGELMANN B; ZIESENISS S; LENDSCHAT A; ULMER AJ; BRAND K
      INHIBITION OF LPS-INDUCED TISSUE FACTOR (TF) EXPRESSION BY LYSOPHOSPHATIDYLCHOLINE

      Pflugers Archiv
    18. ENGELMANN B; ZIESENISS S; BRAND K; LENDSCHAT A; ULMER AJ
      LYSOPHOSPHATIDYLCHOLINE INHIBITS TISSUE FACTOR EXPRESSION

      Atherosclerosis
    19. BRAUTIGAM R; BRAUTIGAM C; LORENZ R; RICHTER WO; ENGELMANN B
      ARACHIDONIC-ACID OF PLATELET PHOSPHOLIPIDS IS DECREASED AFTER EXTRACORPOREAL REMOVAL OF PLASMA LOW-DENSITY LIPOPROTEINS IN PATIENTS WITH FAMILIAL HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIA

      Atherosclerosis
    20. ENGELMANN B; KOGL C; KULSCHAR R; SCHAIPP B
      TRANSFER OF PHOSPHATIDYLCHOLINE, PHOSPHATIDYLETHANOLAMINE AND SPHINGOMYELIN FROM LOW-DENSITY-LIPOPROTEIN AND HIGH-DENSITY-LIPOPROTEIN TO HUMAN PLATELETS

      Biochemical journal
    21. BRAUTIGAM C; ENGELMANN B; REISS D; REINHARDT U; THIERY J; RICHTER WO; BROSCHE T
      PLASMALOGEN PHOSPHOLIPIDS IN PLASMA-LIPOPROTEINS OF NORMOLIPIDEMIC DONORS AND PATIENTS WITH HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIA TREATED BY LDL APHERESIS

      Atherosclerosis
    22. HERMANS SWG; ENGELMANN B; REINHARDT U; BARTHOLOMEUSVANNOOIJ IGP; DEPONT JJHHM; WILLEMS PHGM
      DIRADYLGLYCEROL FORMATION IN CHOLECYSTOKININ-STIMULATED RABBIT PANCREATIC ACINI - ASSESSMENT OF PRECURSOR PHOSPHOLIPIDS BY MEANS OF MOLECULAR-SPECIES ANALYSIS

      European journal of biochemistry
    23. KULSCHAR R; ENGELMANN B; BRAUTIGAM C; DUHM J; THIERY J; RICHTER WO
      FAST TRANSMISSION OF ALTERATIONS IN PLASMA PHOSPHATIDYLCHOLINE SPHINGOMYELIN RATIO AND LYSE PHOSPHATIDYLCHOLINE LEVELS INTO CHANGES OF RED-BLOOD-CELL MEMBRANE PHOSPHOLIPID-COMPOSITION AFTER LOW-DENSITY-LIPOPROTEIN APHERESIS/

      European journal of clinical investigation
    24. ENGELMANN B; BRAUTIGAM C; THIERY J
      PLASMALOGEN PHOSPHOLIPIDS AS POTENTIAL PROTECTORS AGAINST LIPID-PEROXIDATION OF LOW-DENSITY LIPOPROTEINS

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    25. ENGELMANN B; BRAUTIGAM C; KULSCHAR R; DUHM J; PRENNER E; HERMETTER A; RICHTER WO; THIERY J; SEIDEL D
      REVERSIBLE REDUCTION OF PHOSPHOLIPID BOUND ARACHIDONIC-ACID AFTER LOW-DENSITY-LIPOPROTEIN APHERESIS - EVIDENCE FOR RAPID INCORPORATION OF PLASMALOGEN PHOSPHATIDYLETHANOLAMINE INTO THE RED-BLOOD-CELL MEMBRANE

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Biomembranes
    26. ENGELMANN B; SCHUMACHER U
      THE EMERGING ROLE OF ABH BLOOD-GROUP ANTIGENS AS MODULATORS OF CELL-MEMBRANE FUNCTION

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Physiology
    27. SCHUMACHER U; VISCHER P; VOLKER W; ENGELMANN B
      LECTIN-BINDING AND UPTAKE AND GLYCOPROTEIN CHARACTERIZATION OF ISOLATED PORCINE AORTIC ENDOTHELIAL AND SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS

      Cell biochemistry and function
    28. ENGELMANN B; DUHM J; SCHONTHIER UM; STREICH S; DENKAMP JAFO; ROELOFSEN B
      MOLECULAR-SPECIES OF MEMBRANE PHOSPHOLIPIDS CONTAINING ARACHIDONIC-ACID AND LINOLEIC-ACID CONTRIBUTE TO THE INTERINDIVIDUAL VARIABILITY OF RED-BLOOD-CELL NA-LI+ COUNTERTRANSPORT - INVIVO AND INVITRO EVIDENCE()

      The Journal of membrane biology
    29. ENGELMANN B
      ABH ANTIGENS AS RECOGNITION SITES FOR THE ACTIVATION OF RED-BLOOD-CELL ANION-EXCHANGE BY THE LECTIN ULEX-EUROPAEUS AGGLUTININ-I

      Journal of cellular physiology
    30. ENGELMANN B; DUHM J; SCHONTHIER UM; STREICH S
      RELATIONS OF SODIUM-LITHIUM COUNTERTRANSPORT KINETICS TO PLASMA AND RED-CELL MEMBRANE PHOSPHOLIPIDS IN HYPERLIPIDEMIA

      Atherosclerosis
    31. DUHM J; ENGELMANN B; SCHONTHIER UM; STREICH S
      ACCELERATED MAXIMAL VELOCITY OF THE RED-BLOOD-CELL NA+ K+ PUMP IN HYPERLIPIDEMIA IS RELATED TO INCREASE IN 1-PALMITOYL,2-ARACHIDONOYL-PLASMALOGEN PHOSPHATIDYLETHANOLAMINE/

      Biochimica et biophysica acta
    32. ENGELMANN B; SCHUMACHER U; HAEN E
      EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR BINDING-SITES ON HUMAN ERYTHROCYTES IN DONORSWITH DIFFERENT ABO BLOOD-GROUPS

      American journal of hematology


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