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    1. Volff, JN; Hornung, U; Schartl, M
      Fish retroposons related to the Penelope element of Drosophila virilis define a new group of retrotransposable elements

      MOLECULAR GENETICS AND GENOMICS
    2. Froschauer, A; Korting, C; Bernhardt, W; Nanda, I; Schmid, M; Schartl, M; Volff, JN
      Genomic plasticity and melanoma formation in the fish Xiphophorus

      MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGY
    3. Brunner, B; Hornung, U; Shan, Z; Nanda, I; Kondo, M; Zend-Ajusch, E; Haaf, T; Ropers, HH; Shima, A; Schmid, M; Kalscheuer, VM; Schartl, M
      Genomic organization and expression of the doublesex-related gene cluster in vertebrates and detection of putative regulatory regions for DMRT1

      GENOMICS
    4. Volff, JN; Korting, C; Meyer, A; Schartl, M
      Evolution and discontinuous distribution of Rex3 retrotransposons in fish

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION
    5. Volff, JN; Korting, C; Altschmied, J; Duschl, J; Sweeney, K; Wichert, K; Froschauer, A; Schartl, M
      Jule from the fish Xiphophorus is the first complete vertebrate Ty3/Gypsy retrotransposon from the Mag family

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION
    6. Volff, JN; Korting, C; Schartl, M
      Ty3/Gypsy retrotransposon fossils in mammalian genomes: Did they evolve into new cellular functions?

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION
    7. Chen, SL; Hong, YH; Scherer, SJ; Schartl, M
      Lack of ultraviolet-light inducibility of the medakafish (Oryzias latipes)tumor suppressor gene p53

      GENE
    8. Dietrich, G; Kolb-Maurer, A; Spreng, S; Schartl, M; Goebel, W; Gentschev, I
      Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria as carrier systems for DNA vaccines

      VACCINE
    9. Volff, JN; Korting, C; Froschauer, A; Sweeney, K; Schartl, M
      Non-LTR retrotransposons encoding a restriction enzyme-like endonuclease in vertebrates

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION
    10. Gomez, A; Wellbrock, C; Gutbrod, H; Dimitrijevic, N; Schartl, M
      Ligand-independent dimerization and activation of the oncogenic Xmrk receptor by two mutations in the extracellular domain

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    11. Schartl, M; Bocksch, W; Koschyk, DH; Voelker, W; Karsch, KR; Kreuzer, J; Hausmann, D; Beckmann, S; Gross, M
      Use of intravascular ultrasound to compare effects of different strategiesof lipid-lowering therapy on plaque volume and composition in patients with coronary artery disease

      CIRCULATION
    12. Franck, D; Dikomey, M; Schartl, M
      Selection and the maintenance of a colour pattern polymorphism in the green swordtail (Xiphophorus helleri)

      BEHAVIOUR
    13. Bocksch, W; Wellnhofer, E; Schartl, M; Dreysse, S; Klimek, W; Franke, R; Musci, M; Hetzer, R; Fleck, E
      Reproducibility of serial intravascular ultrasound measurements in patients with angiographically silent coronary artery disease after heart transplantation

      CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE
    14. Hong, Y; Chen, S; Schartl, M
      Embryonic stem cells in fish: current status and perspectives

      FISH PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    15. Volff, JN; Korting, C; Schartl, M
      Multiple lineages of the non-LTR retrotransposon Rex1 with varying successin invading fish genomes

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION
    16. Altschmied, J; Volff, JN; Winkler, C; Gutbrod, H; Korting, C; Pagany, M; Schartl, M
      Primary structure and expression of the Xiphophorus DNA-(cytosine-5)-methyltransferase XDNMT-1

      GENE
    17. Lamatsch, DK; Nanda, I; Epplen, JT; Schmid, M; Schartl, M
      Unusual triploid males in a microchromosome-carrying clone of the Amazon molly, Poecilia formosa

      CYTOGENETICS AND CELL GENETICS
    18. Schmid, M; Nandra, I; Guttenbach, M; Steinlein, C; Hoehn, H; Schartl, M; Haaf, T; Weigend, S; Fries, R; Buerstedde, JM; Wimmers, K; Burt, DW; Smith, J; A'Hara, S; Law, A; Griffin, DK; Bumstead, N; Kaufman, J; Thomson, PA; Burke, T; Groenen, MAM; Crooijmans, RPMA; Vignal, A; Fillon, V; Morisson, M; Pitel, F; Tixier-Boichard, M; Ladjali-Mohammedi, K; Hillel, J; Maki-Tanila, A; Cheng, HH; Delany, ME; Burnside, J; Mizuno, S
      First report on chicken genes and chromosomes 2000

      CYTOGENETICS AND CELL GENETICS
    19. Nanda, I; Zend-Ajusch, E; Shan, Z; Grutzner, F; Schartl, M; Burt, DW; Koehler, M; Fowler, VM; Goodwin, G; Schneider, WJ; Mizuno, S; Dechant, G; Haaf, T; Schmid, M
      Conserved synteny between the chicken Z sex chromosome and human chromosome 9 includes the male regulatory gene DMRT1: a comparative (re)view on avian sex determination

      CYTOGENETICS AND CELL GENETICS
    20. Lamatsch, DK; Steinlein, C; Schmid, M; Schartl, M
      Noninvasive determination of genome size and ploidy level in fishes by flow cytometry: Detection of triploid Poecilia formosa

      CYTOMETRY
    21. Richter, WS; Beckmann, S; Cordes, M; Schuppenhauer, T; Schartl, M; Munz, DL
      Combined thallium-201 and dynamic iodine-123 iodophenylpentadecanoic acid single-photon emission computed tomography in patients after acute myocardial infarction with effective reperfusion

      CLINICAL CARDIOLOGY
    22. Scherer, SJ; Maier, SM; Seifert, M; Hanselmann, RG; Zang, KD; Muller-Hermelink, HK; Angel, P; Welter, C; Schartl, M
      p53 and c-Jun functionally synergize in the regulation of the DNA repair gene hMSH2 in response to UV

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    23. Wellbrock, C; Schartl, M
      Activation of phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase by a complex of p59(fyn) and the receptor tyrosine kinase Xmrk is involved in malignant transformation ofpigment cells

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    24. Fateh-Moghadam, S; Bocksch, W; Ruf, A; Dickfeld, T; Schartl, M; Pogatsa-Murray, G; Hetzer, R; Fleck, E; Gawaz, M
      Changes in surface expression of platelet membrane glycoproteins and progression of heart transplant vasculopathy

      CIRCULATION
    25. Nanda, I; Volff, JN; Weis, S; Korting, C; Froschauer, A; Schmid, M; Schartl, M
      Amplification of a long terminal repeat-like element on the Y chromosome of the platyfish, Xiphophorus maculatus

      CHROMOSOMA
    26. Nanda, I; Shan, ZH; Schartl, M; Burt, DW; Koehler, M; Nothwang, HG; Grutzner, F; Paton, IR; Windsor, D; Dunn, I; Engel, W; Staeheli, P; Mizuno, S; Haaf, T; Schmid, M
      300 million years of conserved synteny between chicken Z and human chromosome 9

      NATURE GENETICS
    27. Meyer, A; Schartl, M
      Gene and genome duplications in vertebrates: the one-to-four (-to-eight infish) rule and the evolution of novel gene functions

      CURRENT OPINION IN CELL BIOLOGY
    28. Volff, JN; Korting, C; Sweeney, K; Schartl, M
      The non-LTR retrotransposon Rex3 from the fish Xiphophorus is widespread among teleosts

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION
    29. Coughlan, T; Schartl, M; Hornung, U; Hope, I; Stewart, A
      PCR-based sex test for Xiphophorus maculatus

      JOURNAL OF FISH BIOLOGY
    30. Schartl, M; Hornung, U; Gutbrod, H; Volff, JN; Wittbrodt, J
      Melanoma loss-of-function mutants in xiphophorus caused by Xmrk-oncogene deletion and gene disruption by a transposable element

      GENETICS
    31. Gutbrod, H; Schartl, M
      Intragenic sex-chromosomal crossovers of Xmrk oncogene alleles affect pigment pattern formation and the severity of melanoma in xiphophorus

      GENETICS
    32. Wellbrock, C; Fischer, P; Schartl, M
      PI3-kinase is involved in mitogenic signaling by the oncogenic receptor tyrosine kinase Xiphophorus melanoma receptor kinase in fish melanoma

      EXPERIMENTAL CELL RESEARCH
    33. Baudler, M; Schartl, M; Altschmied, J
      Specific activation of a STAT family member in Xiphophorus melanoma cells

      EXPERIMENTAL CELL RESEARCH
    34. Wellbrock, C; Schartl, M
      Multiple binding sites in the growth factor receptor Xmrk mediate binding to p59(fyn), GRB2 and Shc

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    35. ALTSCHMIED J; HONG YH; SCHARTL M
      HOMING IN ON HOMOLOGOUS RECOMBINATION - ANALYZING GENE-FUNCTION IN FISH IN-VIVO

      Biological chemistry
    36. Schulte, PM; Powers, DA; Schartl, M
      Efficient gene transfer into Xiphophorus muscle and melanoma by injection of supercoiled plasmid DNA

      MOLECULAR MARINE BIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
    37. KAZIANIS S; GUTBROD H; NAIRN RS; MCENTIRE BB; DELLACOLETTA L; WALTER RB; BOROWSKY RL; WOODHEAD AD; SETLOW RB; SCHARTL M; MORIZOT DC
      LOCALIZATION OF A CDKN2 GENE IN LINKAGE GROUP-V OF XIPHOPHORUS FISHESDEFINES IT AS A CANDIDATE FOR THE DIFF TUMOR-SUPPRESSOR

      Genes, chromosomes & cancer
    38. WELLBROCK C; GEISSINGER E; GOMEZ A; FISCHER P; FRIEDRICH K; SCHARTL M
      SIGNALING BY THE ONCOGENIC RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASE XMRK LEADS TO ACTIVATION OF STAT5 IN XIPHOPHORUS MELANOMA

      Oncogene
    39. DIMITRIJEVIC N; WINKLER C; WELLBROCK C; GOMEZ A; DUSCHL J; ALTSCHMIED J; SCHARTL M
      ACTIVATION OF THE XMRK PROTOONCOGENE OF XIPHOPHORUS BY OVEREXPRESSIONAND MUTATIONAL ALTERATIONS

      Oncogene
    40. Hong, YH; Winkler, C; Schartl, M
      Efficiency of cell culture derivation from blastula embryos and of chimeraformation in the medaka (Oryzias latipes) depends on donor genotype and passage number

      DEVELOPMENT GENES AND EVOLUTION
    41. MORIZOT DC; MCENTIRE BB; DELLACOLETTA L; KAZIANIS S; SCHARTL M; NAIRN RS
      MAPPING OF TYROSINE KINASE GENE FAMILY MEMBERS IN A XIPHOPHORUS MELANOMA MODEL

      Molecular carcinogenesis
    42. BECKMANN S; BOCKSCH W; MULLER C; SCHARTL M
      DOES DOBUTAMINE STRESS ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY INDUCE DAMAGE DURING VIABILITY DIAGNOSIS OF PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC REGIONAL DYSFUNCTION AFTER MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION

      Journal of the American Society of Echocardiography
    43. Schartl, M; Wilde, B; Hornung, U
      Triplet repeat variability in the signal peptide sequence of the Xmrk receptor tyrosine kinase gene in Xiphophorus fish

      GENE
    44. FRANCK D; KLAMROTH B; TAEBELHELLWIG A; SCHARTL M
      HOME RANGES AND SATELLITE TACTICS OF MALE GREEN SWORDTAILS (XIPHOPHORUS-HELLERI) IN NATURE

      Behavioural processes
    45. SCHLUPP I; NANDA I; DOBLER M; LAMATSCH DK; EPPLEN JT; PARZEFALL J; SCHMID M; SCHARTL M
      DISPENSABLE AND INDISPENSABLE GENES IN AN AMEIOTIC FISH, THE AMAZON MOLLY POECILIA-FORMOSA

      Cytogenetics and cell genetics
    46. WITTBRODT J; MEYER A; SCHARTL M
      MORE GENES IN FISH

      BioEssays
    47. HONG YH; WINKLER C; SCHARTL M
      PRODUCTION OF MEDAKAFISH CHIMERAS FROM A STABLE EMBRYONIC STEM-CELL LINE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    48. WELLBROCK C; FISCHER P; SCHARTL M
      RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASE XMRK MEDIATES PROLIFERATION IN XIPHOPHORUS MELANOMA-CELLS

      International journal of cancer
    49. WEIS S; SCHARTL M
      THE MACROMELANOPHORE LOCUS AND THE MELANOMA ONCOGENE XMRK ARE SEPARATE GENETIC ENTITIES IN THE GENOME OF XIPHOPHORUS

      Genetics
    50. NANDA I; SICK C; MUNSTER U; KASPERS B; SCHARTL M; STAEHELI P; SCHMID M
      SEA CHROMOSOME LINKAGE OF CHICKEN AND DUCK TYPE-I INTERFERON GENES - FURTHER EVIDENCE OF EVOLUTIONARY CONSERVATION OF THE Z-CHROMOSOME IN BIRDS

      Chromosoma
    51. BOCKSCH W; SCHARTL M; BECKMANN S; DREYSSE S; FLECK E
      SAFETY OF INTRACORONARY ULTRASOUND IMAGING IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION

      The American journal of cardiology
    52. ALTSCHMIED J; DITZEL L; SCHARTL M
      HYPOMETHYLATION OF THE XMRK ONCOGENE PROMOTER IN MELANOMA-CELLS OF XIPHOPHORUS

      Biological chemistry
    53. KOEHLER MR; HAAF T; GUTTENBACH M; SCHARTL M; SCHMID M
      CYTOGENETICS OF THE GENUS LEPORINUS (PISCES, ANOSTOMIDAE) .2. MOLECULAR CYTOGENETICS, ORGANIZATION AND EVOLUTIONARY CONSERVATION OF A CHROMOSOME-SPECIFIC SATELLITE DNA FROM LEPORINUS OBTUSIDENS

      Chromosome research
    54. BOCKSCH W; SCHARTL M; BECKMANN S; DREYSSE S; FLECK E
      INTRAVASCULAR ULTRASOUND ASSESSMENT OF DIRECT PERCUTANEOUS TRANSLUMINAL CORONARY ANGIOPLASTY IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION

      Coronary artery disease
    55. HYODOTAGUCHI Y; WINKLER C; KURIHARA Y; SCHARTL A; SCHARTL M
      PHENOTYPIC RESCUE OF THE ALBINO MUTATION IN THE MEDAKAFISH (ORYZIAS-LATIPES) BY A MOUSE TYROSINASE TRANSGENE

      Mechanisms of development
    56. WELLBROCK C; GOMEZ A; SCHARTL M
      SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION BY THE ONCOGENIC RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASE XMRK INMELANOMA FORMATION OF XIPHOPHORUS

      Pigment cell research
    57. ALTSCHMIED J; HORNUNG U; SCHLUPP I; GADAU J; KOLB R; SCHARTL M
      ISOLATION OF DNA SUITABLE FOR PCR FOR FIELD AND LABORATORY WORK

      BioTechniques
    58. SCHARTL M; BECKMANN S; BOCKSCH W; FATEHMOGHADAM S; FLECK E
      STRESS ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY IN SPECIAL GROUPS - IN WOMEN, IN LEFT-BUNDLE-BRANCH BLOCK, IN HYPERTENSION AND AFTER HEART-TRANSPLANTATION

      European heart journal
    59. RICHTER WS; BECKMANN S; CORDES M; SCHUPPENHAUER T; SCHARTL M; MUNZ DL
      DETECTION OF MYOCARDIAL STUNNING USING COMBINED TL-201 AND I-123 IPPASPECT

      The Journal of nuclear medicine
    60. BAUDLER M; DUSCHL J; WINKLER C; SCHARTL M; ALTSCHMIED J
      ACTIVATION OF TRANSCRIPTION OF THE MELANOMA INDUCING XMRK ONCOGENE BYA GC BOX ELEMENT (VOL 272, PG 131, 1997)

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    61. BAUDLER M; DUSCHL J; WINKLER C; SCHARTL M; ALTSCHMIED J
      ACTIVATION OF TRANSCRIPTION OF THE MELANOMA INDUCING XMRK ONCOGENE BYA GC BOX ELEMENT

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    62. HONG Y; WINKLER C; SCHARTL M
      CHIMERA-COMPETENT ES CELL-LINES IN MEDAKA FISH (ORYZIAS-LATIPES)

      Developmental biology
    63. SCHARTL A; HORNUNG U; NANDA I; WACKER R; MULLERHERMELINK HK; SCHLUPP I; PARZEFALL J; SCHMID M; SCHARTL M
      SUSCEPTIBILITY TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF PIGMENT CELL TUMORS IN A CLONE OF THE AMAZON MOLLY, POECILIA-FORMOSA, INTRODUCED THROUGH A MICROCHROMOSOME

      Cancer research
    64. HEYNDRICKX G; RENARD M; BEIL S; DOERING W; KAUDER E; KLEPZIG H; SCHACHERER C; HAASS M; KRUGER C; LIMBOURG P; LIOMIN E; MAISCH B; SCHARTL M; SIMON H; BERNINK PJLM; FELS PW; DOHMEN HJM; DUNSELMAN PHJM; BASELIER MRP; HOLWERDA NJ; LAARMAN GJ; LEENDERS CM; VANLEEUWEN K; MICHELS HR; VANDERENT M; REMME WJ; WITHAGEN AJAM; GUNDERSEN T; OTTERSTAD JE; FROLAND G; PEDERSEN TR; FERREIRA JRG; DESA EP; SEABRAGOMES R; GIL V; ABDON NJ; JONSSON J; LUBSEN J
      EFFECT OF PIMOBENDAN ON EXERCISE CAPACITY IN PATIENTS WITH HEART-FAILURE - MAIN RESULTS FROM THE PIMOBENDAN IN CONGESTIVE-HEART-FAILURE (PICO) TRIAL

      HEART
    65. FORNZLER D; ALTSCHMIED J; NANDA I; KOLB R; BAUDLER M; SCHMID M; SCHARTL M
      THE XMRK ONCOGENE PROMOTER IS DERIVED FROM A NOVEL AMPLIFIED LOCUS OFUNUSUAL ORGANIZATION

      PCR methods and applications
    66. HONG YH; WINKLER C; SCHARTL M
      PLURIPOTENCY AND DIFFERENTIATION OF EMBRYONIC STEM-CELL LINES FROM THE MEDAKAFISH (ORYZIAS-LATIPES)

      Mechanisms of development
    67. BECKMANN S; BOCKSCH W; SCHARTL M
      APPLICATION OF STRESS ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY - THINGS TO CONSIDER

      Herz
    68. VONBAEYER H; SCHWERDTFEGER R; SCHARTL M
      LDL-APHERESIS IN COMBINATION WITH TREATME NT OF 7 FAMILIAL HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIA - METHODS AND RESULTS

      Die medizinische Welt
    69. SCHLUPP I; PARZEFALL J; EPPLEN JT; SCHARTL M
      LIMIA VITTATA AS HOST SPECIES FOR THE AMAZON MOLLY - NO EVIDENCE FOR SEXUAL REPRODUCTION

      Journal of Fish Biology
    70. NANDA I; WEIS S; FORNZLER D; ALTSCHMIED J; SCHARTL M; SCHMID M
      CLUSTERED ORGANIZATION AND CONSERVATION OF THE XIPHOPHORUS-MACULATUS D-LOCUS, WHICH INCLUDES 2 DISTINCT GENE-SEQUENCES

      Chromosoma
    71. WELLBROCK C; LAMMERS R; ULLRICH A; SCHARTL M
      ASSOCIATION BETWEEN THE MELANOMA-INDUCING RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASE XMRK AND SRC FAMILY TYROSINE KINASES IN XIPHOPHORUS

      Oncogene
    72. ALTSCHMIED J; BAUDLER M; DUSCHL J; SCHARTL M
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL CONTROL OF THE TUMOR INDUCING GENE XMRK OF XIPHOPHORUS

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    73. KOEHLER MR; NEUHAUS D; ENGEL W; SCHARTL M; SCHMID M
      EVIDENCE FOR AN UNUSUAL ZW ZW'/ZZ SEX-CHROMOSOME SYSTEM IN SCARDINIUS-ERYTHROPHTHALMUS (PISCES, CYPRINIDAE), AS DETECTED BY CYTOGENETIC ANDH-Y-ANTIGEN ANALYSES/

      Cytogenetics and cell genetics
    74. MALITSCHEK B; FORNZLER D; SCHARTL M
      MELANOMA FORMATION IN XIPHOPHORUS - A MODEL SYSTEM FOR THE ROLE OF RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASES IN TUMORIGENESIS

      BioEssays
    75. BECKMANN S; SCHARTL M; BOCKSCH W; FLECK E
      DIAGNOSIS OF CORONARY-ARTERY DISEASE AND VIABLE MYOCARDIUM BY STRESS ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY - DIAGNOSTIC-ACCURACY OF DIFFERENT STRESS MODALITIES

      European heart journal
    76. BOCKSCH W; SCHARTL M; BECKMANN S; DREYSSE S; FLECK E
      INTRAVASCULAR ULTRASOUND IMAGING IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION

      European heart journal
    77. SCHARTL M
      PLATYFISH AND SWORDTAILS - A GENETIC SYSTEM FOR THE ANALYSIS OF MOLECULAR MECHANISMS IN TUMOR-FORMATION

      Trends in genetics
    78. SCHARTL M
      MODEL SYSTEMS FOR STUDY OF GENETIC-FACTOR S IN CARCINOGENESIS

      Naturwissenschaften
    79. SCHARTL M; NANDA I; SCHLUPP I; WILDE B; EPPLEN JT; SCHMID M; PARZEFALL J
      INCORPORATION OF SUBGENOMIC AMOUNTS OF DNA AS COMPENSATION FOR MUTATIONAL LOAD IN A GYNOGENETIC FISH (VOL 373, PG 68, 1995)

      Nature
    80. SCHARTL M; NANDA I; SCHLUPP I; WILDE B; EPPLEN JT; SCHMID M; PARZEFALL J
      INCORPORATION OF SUBGENOMIC AMOUNTS OF DNA AS COMPENSATION FOR MUTATIONAL LOAD IN A GYNOGENETIC FISH

      Nature
    81. NANDA I; SCHARTL M; FEICHTINGER W; SCHLUPP I; PARZEFALL J; SCHMID M
      CHROMOSOMAL EVIDENCE FOR LABORATORY SYNTHESIS OF A TRIPLOID HYBRID BETWEEN THE GYNOGENETIC TELEOST POECILIA-FORMOSA AND ITS HOST SPECIES

      Journal of Fish Biology
    82. SCHARTL M; WILDE B; SCHLUPP I; PARZEFALL J
      EVOLUTIONARY ORIGIN OF A PARTHENOFORM, THE AMAZON MOLLY POECILIA-FORMOSA, ON THE BASIS OF A MOLECULAR GENEALOGY

      Evolution
    83. BECKMANN S; BOCKSCH W; MULLER C; SCHARTL M
      DOES DOBUTAMINE STRESS ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY INDUCE MYOCARDIAL DAMAGE IN PATIENTS AFTER MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION

      Circulation
    84. BOCKSCH W; SCHARTL M; BECKMANN S; DREYSSE S; RUTSCH W; FLECK E
      SAFETY OF INTRACORONARY ULTRASOUND IMAGING IN PATIENTS WITH EVOLVING MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION

      Circulation
    85. WELLNHOFER E; STALKE J; GRAFE M; SKARABIS P; SCHARTL M
      GEOMETRY END VOLUME OF RIGHT VENTRICLES - A QUANTITATIVE ECHO CT STUDY

      Circulation
    86. SCHARTL A; MALITSCHEK B; KAZIANIS S; BOROWSKY R; SCHARTL M
      SPONTANEOUS MELANOMA FORMATION IN NONHYBRID XIPHOPHORUS

      Cancer research
    87. KRAEHN GM; SCHARTL M; PETER RU
      HUMAN-MALIGNANT MELANOMA - A GENETIC-DISEASE

      Cancer
    88. GOTZ R; SCHARTL M
      THE CONSERVATION OF NEUROTROPHIC FACTORS DURING VERTEBRATE EVOLUTION

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part C, Pharmacology toxicology & endocrinology
    89. BOCKSCH WG; SCHARTL M; BECKMANN SH; DREYSSE S; PAEPRER H
      INTRAVASCULAR ULTRASOUND IMAGING IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION - COMPARISON WITH CHRONIC STABLE ANGINA-PECTORIS

      Coronary artery disease
    90. WINKLER C; WITTBRODT J; LAMMERS R; ULLRICH A; SCHARTL M
      LIGAND-DEPENDENT TUMOR-INDUCTION IN MEDAKAFISH EMBRYOS BY A XMRK RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASE TRANSGENE

      Oncogene
    91. SCHARTL M; BOCKSCH W; LINDERER T; BECKMANN S; DREYSSE S
      QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT OF PERIPHERAL AND CORONARY-ARTERY LESIONS BEFORE AND AFTER BALLOON ANGIOPLASTY - A COMPARISON OF INTRAVASCULAR ULTRASOUND AND ANGIOGRAPHY

      Heart and vessels
    92. SCHARTL A; DIMITRIJEVIC N; SCHARTL M
      EVOLUTIONARY ORIGIN AND MOLECULAR-BIOLOGY OF THE MELANOMA-INDUCING ONCOGENE OF XIPHOPHORUS

      Pigment cell research
    93. SCHARTL M; BECKMANN S; BOCKSCH W
      STRESS ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY - THE CURRENT STA NDPOINT

      Zeitschrift fur Kardiologie
    94. ENGBERDING UMVR; DANIEL WG; ERBEL R; HANRATH P; SCHARTL M
      RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE INDEPENDENT APPLI CATION OF TRANSESOPHAGEAL ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY

      Zeitschrift fur Kardiologie
    95. SCHARTL M; BOCKSCH WG; DREYSSE S; BECKMANN S; FRANKE O; HUNTEN U
      REMODELING OF MYOCARDIUM AND ARTERIES BY CHRONIC ANGIOTENSIN-CONVERTING ENZYME-INHIBITION IN HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS

      Journal of hypertension
    96. GOTZ R; KOSTER R; WINKLER C; RAULF F; LOTTSPEICH F; SCHARTL M; THOENEN H
      NEUROTROPHIN-6 IS A NEW MEMBER OF THE NERVE GROWTH-FACTOR FAMILY

      Nature
    97. MEYER A; MORRISSEY JM; SCHARTL M
      RECURRENT ORIGIN OF A SEXUALLY SELECTED TRAIT IN XIPHOPHORUS FISHES INFERRED FROM A MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY

      Nature
    98. MALITSCHEK B; WITTBRODT J; FISCHER P; LAMMERS R; ULLRICH A; SCHARTL M
      AUTOCRINE STIMULATION OF THE XMRK RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASE IN XIPHOPHORUS MELANOMA-CELLS AND IDENTIFICATION OF A SOURCE FOR THE PHYSIOLOGICAL LIGAND

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    99. NAKAYAMA I; FORESTI F; TEWARI R; SCHARTL M; CHOURROUT D
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