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    1. Trockenbacher, A; Suckow, V; Foerster, J; Winter, J; Krauss, S; Ropers, HH; Schneider, R; Schweiger, S
      MID1, mutated in Opitz syndrome, encodes an ubiquitin ligase that targets phosphatase 2A for degradation

      NATURE GENETICS
    2. Bryl, E; Gazda, M; Foerster, J; Witkowski, JM
      Age-related increase of frequency of a new, phenotypically distinct subpopulation of human peripheral blood T cells expressing lowered levels of CD4

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    3. Mysliwska, J; Bryl, E; Foerster, J; Mysliwski, A
      The upregulation of TNF alpha production is not a generalised phenomenon in the elderly between their sixth and seventh decades of life

      MECHANISMS OF AGEING AND DEVELOPMENT
    4. Schweiger, S; Foerster, J; Lehman, T; Suckow, V; Muller, YA; Walter, G; Davies, T; Porter, H; van Bokhoven, H; Lunt, PW; Traub, P; Ropers, HH
      The Opitz syndrome gene product, MID1, associates with microtubules

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    5. Rosenbauer, F; Waring, JF; Foerster, J; Wietstruk, M; Philipp, D; Horak, I
      Interferon consensus sequence binding protein and interferon regulatory factor-4/Pip form a complex that represses the expression of the interferon-stimulated gene-15 in macrophages

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    6. Scheller, M; Foerster, J; Heyworth, CM; Waring, JF; Lohler, J; Gilmore, GL; Shadduck, RK; Dexter, TM; Horak, I
      Altered development and cytokine responses of myeloid progenitors in the absence of transcription factor, interferon consensus sequence binding protein

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    7. MYSLIWSKA J; BRYL E; FOERSTER J; MYSLIWSKI A
      INCREASE OF INTERLEUKIN-6 AND DECREASE OF INTERLEUKIN-2 PRODUCTION DURING THE AGING PROCESS ARE INFLUENCED BY THE HEALTH-STATUS

      Mechanism of ageing and development
    8. MYSLIWSKA J; BRYL E; ZORENA K; BALON J; FOERSTER J; MYSLIWSKI A
      OVERACTIVITY OF TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR-ALPHA BUT NOT INTERLEUKIN-6 IS ASSOCIATED WITH LOW NATURAL-KILLER CYTOTOXIC ACTIVITY IN THE ELDERLY

      Gerontology
    9. FRIEBE A; WEDEL B; HARTENECK C; FOERSTER J; SCHULTZ G; KOESLING D
      FUNCTIONS OF CONSERVED CYSTEINES OF SOLUBLE GUANYLYL CYCLASE

      Biochemistry
    10. FOERSTER J; HARTENECK C; MALKEWITZ J; SCHULTZ G; KOESLING D
      A FUNCTIONAL HEME-BINDING SITE OF SOLUBLE GUANYLYL CYCLASE REQUIRES INTACT N-TERMINI OF ALPHA(1) AND BETA(1) SUBUNITS

      European journal of biochemistry
    11. FOERSTER J; MILNEHOME WA
      APPLICATION OF AGNPS TO MODEL NUTRIENT GENERATION RATES UNDER DIFFERENT FARMING MANAGEMENT-PRACTICES AT THE GUNNEDAH RESEARCH-CENTER CATCHMENT

      Australian journal of experimental agriculture
    12. WEDEL B; HARTENECK C; FOERSTER J; FRIEBE A; SCHULTZ G; KOESLING D
      FUNCTIONAL DOMAINS OF SOLUBLE GUANYLYL CYCLASE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    13. WEDEL B; HUMBERT P; HARTENECK C; FOERSTER J; MALKEWITZ J; BOHME E; SCHULTZ G; KOESLING D
      MUTATION OF HIS-105 IN THE BETA(1)-SUBUNIT YIELDS A NITRIC OXIDE-INSENSITIVE FORM OF SOLUBLE GUANYLYL CYCLASE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    14. MYSLIWSKI A; MYSLIWSKA J; CHODNIK T; BIGDA J; BRYL E; FOERSTER J
      ELDERLY HIGH NK RESPONDERS ARE CHARACTERIZED BY INTENSIVE PROLIFERATIVE RESPONSE TO PHA AND CON-A AND OPTIMAL HEALTH-STATUS

      Archives of gerontology and geriatrics


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