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    1. Goris, A; Epplen, C; Fiten, P; Andersson, M; Murru, R; Sciacca, FL; Ronsse, I; Jackel, S; Epplen, JT; Marrosu, MG; Olsson, T; Grimaldi, LME; Opdenakker, G; Billiau, A; Vandenbroeck, K
      Analysis of an IFN-gamma gene (IFNG) polymorphism in multiple sclerosis inEurope: Effect of population structure on association with disease

      JOURNAL OF INTERFERON AND CYTOKINE RESEARCH
    2. Maueler, W; Bassili, G; Epplen, C; Keyl, HG; Epplen, JT
      Protein binding to simple repetitive sequences depends on DNA secondary structure(s)

      CHROMOSOME RESEARCH
    3. Borries, C; Launhardt, K; Epplen, C; Epplen, JT; Winkler, P
      DNA analyses support the hypothesis that infanticide is adaptive in langurmonkeys

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    4. Luo, H; Morchen, M; Engel, CR; Destombe, C; Epplen, JT; Epplen, C; Saumitou-Laprade, P; Valero, M
      Characterization of microsatellite markers in the red alga Gracilaria gracilis

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    5. Schneider-Stock, R; Epplen, JT; Walter, H; Radig, K; Rys, J; Epplen, C; Hoang-Vu, C; Niezabitowski, A; Roessner, A
      Telomeric lengths and telomerase activity in liposarcomas

      MOLECULAR CARCINOGENESIS
    6. Borries, C; Launhardt, K; Epplen, C; Epplen, JT; Winkler, P
      Males as infant protectors in Hanuman langurs (Presbytis entellus) living in multimale groups - defence pattern, paternity and sexual behaviour

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY
    7. Kunstmann, E; Epplen, C; Elitok, E; Harder, M; Suerbaum, S; Peitz, U; Schmiegel, W; Epplen, JT
      Helicobacter pylori infection and polymorphisms in the tumor necrosis factor region

      ELECTROPHORESIS
    8. Epplen, C
      Genetic components of autoimmune diseases

      INTERNIST
    9. Husseneder, C; Brandl, R; Epplen, C; Epplen, JT; Kaib, M
      Within-colony relatedness in a termite species: Genetic roads to eusociality?

      BEHAVIOUR
    10. Sauer, KP; Epplen, C; Over, I; Lubjuhn, T; Schmidt, A; Gerken, T; Epplen, JT
      Molecular genetic analysis of remating frequencies and sperm competition in the scorpionfly Panorpa vulgaris (Imhoff and Labram)

      BEHAVIOUR
    11. EPPLEN C; OVER I; LUBJUHN T; EPPLEN JT; SAUER KP
      GENETIC DISTINCTION OF SCORPIONFLIES (PANORPA-VULGARIS) BY MICROSATELLITES

      Molecular ecology
    12. HUSSENEDER C; BRANDL R; EPPLEN C; EPPLEN JT; KAIB M
      VARIATION BETWEEN AND WITHIN COLONIES IN THE TERMITE - MORPHOLOGY, GENOMIC DNA, AND BEHAVIOR

      Molecular ecology
    13. LAUNHARDT K; EPPLEN C; EPPLEN JT; WINKLER P
      AMPLIFICATION OF MICROSATELLITES ADAPTED FROM HUMAN SYSTEMS IN FECAL DNA OF WILD HANUMAN LANGURS (PRESBYTIS-ENTELLUS)

      Electrophoresis
    14. Jaeckel, S; Epplen, JT; Kauth, M; Miterski, B; Tschentscher, F; Epplen, C
      Polymerase chain reaction - single strand conformation polymorphism or howto detect reliably and efficiently each sequence variation in many samplesand many genes

      ELECTROPHORESIS
    15. SCHNEIDERSTOCK R; EPPLEN C; RADIG K; ODA Y; DRALLE H; HOANGVU C; EPPLEN JT; ROESSNER A
      ON TELOMERE SHORTENING IN SOFT-TISSUE TUMORS

      Journal of cancer research and clinical oncology
    16. POHLAU D; AKTAS O; EPPLEN C; HARTUNG HP; HOFFMANN V; PRZUNTEK H
      MULTIPLE-SCLEROSIS - PROMOTION OF REMYELINATION AS A FUTURE THERAPEUTIC STRATEGY

      Nervenarzt
    17. SAUER KP; LUBJUHN T; SINDERN J; KULLMANN H; KURTZ J; EPPLEN C; EPPLEN JT
      MATING SYSTEM AND SEXUAL SELECTION IN THE SCORPIONFLY PANORPA-VULGARIS (MECOPTERA, PANORPIDAE)

      Naturwissenschaften
    18. KUNSTMANN E; ELITOK E; EPPLEN C; SUERBAUM S; PEITZ U; EPPLEN JT; SCHMIEGEL W
      CERTAIN TNFA MICROSATELLITE ALLELES ARE ASSOCIATED WITH DIFFERENT COURSE OF HELICOBACTER-PYLORI INFECTION

      Gastroenterology
    19. RISTOW M; GIANNAKIDOU E; HEBINCK J; BUSCH K; VORGERD M; KOTZKA J; KNEBEL B; MUELLERBERGHAUS J; EPPLEN C; PFEIFFER A; KAHN CR; DORIA A; KRONE W; MUELLERWIELAND D
      AN ASSOCIATION BETWEEN NIDDM AND A GAA TRINUCLEOTIDE REPEAT POLYMORPHISM IN THE X25 FRATAXIN (FRIEDREICHS ATAXIA) GENE/

      Diabetes
    20. RISTOW M; GIANNAKIDOU E; HEBINCK J; BUSCH K; VORGERD M; KOTZKA J; KNEBEL B; EPPLEN C; PFEIFFER A; DORIA A; KRONE W; MUELLERWIELAND D
      AN ASSOCIATION BETWEEN TYPE-2 DIABETES-MELLITUS (NIDDM) AND A GAA TRINUCLEOTIDE REPEAT POLYMORPHISM IN THE FRATAXIN (FRIEDREICH ATAXIA) GENE

      Diabetes
    21. PORTSTEFFEN H; BEYER A; BECKER E; EPPLEN C; PAWLAK A; KUNAU WH; DODT G
      HUMAN PEX1 IS MUTATED IN COMPLEMENTATION GROUP-1 OF THE PEROXISOME BIOGENESIS DISORDERS

      Nature genetics
    22. EPPLEN C; JACKEL S; SANTOS EJM; DSOUZA M; POEHLAU D; DOTZAUER B; SINDERN E; HAUPTS M; RUDE KP; WEBER F; STOVER J; POSER S; GEHLER W; MALIN JP; PRZUNTEK H; EPPLEN JT
      GENETIC PREDISPOSITION TO MULTIPLE-SCLEROSIS AS REVEALED BY IMMUNOPRINTING

      Annals of neurology
    23. EPPLEN C; EPPLEN JT; FRANK G; MITERSKI B; SANTOS EJM; SCHOLS L
      DIFFERENTIAL STABILITY OF THE (GAA)(N) TRACT IN THE FRIEDREICH-ATAXIA(STM7) GENE

      Human genetics
    24. EPPLEN C; SANTOS EJM; GUERREIRO JF; VANHELDEN P; EPPLEN JT
      CODING VERSUS INTRON VARIABILITY - EXTREMELY POLYMORPHIC HLA-DRB1 EXONS ARE FLANKED BY SPECIFIC COMPOSITE MICROSATELLITES, EVEN IN DISTANT POPULATIONS

      Human genetics
    25. EPPLEN C; SANTOS EJM; MAUELER W; VANHELDEN P; EPPLEN JT
      ON SIMPLE REPETITIVE DNA-SEQUENCES AND COMPLEX DISEASES

      Electrophoresis
    26. KUNSTMANN E; EPPLEN C; ELITOK E; SUERBAUM S; EPPELEN JT; SCHMIEGEL WH
      HLA-REGION GENES AS PREDISPOSING FACTORS FOR A HELICOBACTER-PYLORI INFECTION

      Gastroenterology
    27. SCHOLS L; AMOIRIDIS G; PRZUNTEK H; FRANK G; EPPLEN JT; EPPLEN C
      FRIEDREICHS ATAXIA - REVISION OF THE PHENOTYPE ACCORDING TO MOLECULAR-GENETICS

      Brain
    28. SANTOS EJM; EPPLEN JT; EPPLEN C
      EXTENSIVE GENE FLOW IN HUMAN-POPULATIONS AS REVEALED BY PROTEIN AND MICROSATELLITE DNA MARKERS

      Human heredity
    29. KAIB M; HUSSENEDER C; EPPLEN C; EPPLEN JT; BRANDL R
      KIN-BIASED FORAGING IN A TERMITE

      Proceedings - Royal Society. Biological Sciences
    30. LUBJUHN T; EPPLEN C; EPPLEN JT
      MULTILOCUS FINGERPRINTING AND SINGLE-LOCUS ANALYSES IN THE GREAT TIT FOR PATERNITY DETERMINATION

      Electrophoresis
    31. EPPLEN C; EPPLEN JT
      EFFICIENT REIDENTIFICATION OF CHROMOSOME SLIDES FROM HUMAN METAPHASE SPREADS VIA MICROSATELLITE POLYMERASE CHAIN-REACTION

      Chromosome research
    32. EPPLEN C; RUMPF H; ALBERT E; HAAS P; TRUCKENBRODT H; EPPLEN JT
      IMMUNOPRINTING EXCLUDES MANY POTENTIAL SUSCEPTIBILITY GENES AS PREDISPOSING TO EARLY-ONSET PAUCIARTICULAR JUVENILE CHRONIC ARTHRITIS EXCEPTHLA CLASS-II AND TNF

      European journal of immunogenetics
    33. GOMOLKA M; MENNINGER H; SAAL JE; LEMMEL EM; ALBERT ED; NIWA O; EPPLEN JT; EPPLEN C
      IMMUNOPRINTING - VARIOUS GENES ARE ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED RISK TO DEVELOP RHEUMATOID-ARTHRITIS IN DIFFERENT GROUPS OF ADULT PATIENTS

      Journal of molecular medicine
    34. EPPLEN JT; BUITKAMP J; BOCKER T; EPPLEN C
      INDIRECT GENE DIAGNOSES FOR COMPLEX (MULTIFACTORIAL) DISEASES - A REVIEW

      Gene
    35. EPPLEN C; BUITKAMP J; RUMPF H; DSOUZA M; EPPLEN JT
      IMMUNOPRINTING REVEALS DIFFERENT GENETIC BASES FOR (AUTO)IMMUNE DISEASES

      Electrophoresis
    36. EPPLEN JT; BUITKAMP J; EPPLEN C; MAUELER W; RIESS O
      INDIRECT DNA GENE DIAGNOSES VIA ELECTROPHORESIS - AN OBSOLETE PRINCIPLE/

      Electrophoresis
    37. SHARON D; ADATO A; MHAMEED S; LAVI U; HILLEL J; GOMOLKA M; EPPLEN C; EPPLEN JT
      DNA FINGERPRINTS IN PLANTS USING SIMPLE-SEQUENCE REPEAT AND MINISATELLITE PROBES

      HortScience
    38. EPPLEN C; FRANK G; GOMOLKA M; ALBERT E; NURNBERG P; EPPLEN JT
      DINUCLEOTIDE REPEAT POLYMORPHISM IN THE HUMAN IL1A GENE

      Human molecular genetics
    39. EPPLEN C; FRANK G; GOMOLKA M; NAGY M; NURNBERG P; EPPLEN JT
      DINUCLEOTIDE REPEAT POLYMORPHISM IN THE IL2 AND IL5RA GENES

      Human molecular genetics
    40. GOMOLKA M; HUNDRIESER J; NURNBERG P; ROEWER L; EPPLEN JT; EPPLEN C
      SELECTED DINUCLEOTIDE AND TETRANUCLEOTIDE MICROSATELLITES FROM CHROMOSOME-7, CHROMOSOME-12, CHROMOSOME-14, AND CHROMOSOME-Y IN VARIOUS EURASIAN POPULATIONS

      Human genetics
    41. EPPLEN C; EPPLEN JT
      EXPRESSION OF (CAC)(N) (GTG)(N) SIMPLE REPETITIVE SEQUENCES IN MESSENGER-RNA OF HUMAN-LYMPHOCYTES/

      Human genetics
    42. EPPLEN JT; MAUELER W; EPPLEN C
      EXPLOITING THE INFORMATIVITY OF MEANINGLESS SIMPLE REPETITIVE DNA FROM INDIRECT GENE DIAGNOSIS TO MULTILOCUS GENOME SCANNING

      Biological chemistry Hoppe-Seyler
    43. STEIN C; SCHAFER M; CARTER L; CZLONKOWSKI A; MOUSA S; EPPLEN C
      CYTOKINE-INDUCED ANTINOCICEPTION MEDIATED BY OPIOIDS RELEASED FROM IMMUNE CELLS

      Regulatory peptides
    44. BUITKAMP J; WAGNER V; EPPLEN C; EPPLEN JT
      DNA-FINGERPRINTING AND DNA PROFILING IN D OMESTIC-ANIMALS

      Praktische Tierarzt
    45. BEYE M; MORITZ RFA; EPPLEN C
      SEX LINKAGE IN THE HONEYBEE APIS-MELLIFERA DETECTED BY MULTILOCUS DNA-FINGERPRINTING

      Naturwissenschaften
    46. LUBJUHN T; EPPLEN C; BRUN J; EPPLEN JT
      MULTILOCUS FINGERPRINTING USING OLIGONUCLEOTIDE PROBES REVEALS A HIGHLY POLYMORPHIC SINGLE-LOCUS SYSTEM IN GREAT TITS PARUS-MAJOR

      Molecular ecology
    47. RIESS O; EPPLEN C; SIEDLACZCK I; EPPLEN JT
      CHROMOSOMAL ASSIGNMENT OF THE HUMAN SMG GDP DISSOCIATION STIMULATOR GENE TO HUMAN-CHROMOSOME 4Q21-Q25

      Human genetics
    48. SIEDLACZCK I; EPPLEN C; RIESS O; EPPLEN JT
      SIMPLE REPETITIVE (GAA)N LOCI IN THE HUMAN GENOME

      Electrophoresis
    49. SCHWAIGER FW; WEYERS E; EPPLEN C; BRUN J; RUFF G; CRAWFORD A; EPPLEN JT
      THE PARADOX OF MHC-DRB EXON-INTRON EVOLUTION - ALPHA-HELIX AND BETA-SHEET ENCODING REGIONS DIVERGE WHILE HYPERVARIABLE INTRONIC SIMPLE REPEATS COEVOLVE WITH BETA-SHEET CODONS

      Journal of molecular evolution


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