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    1. Eckstein, F; Kore, AR; Nakamaye, KL
      In vitro selection of hammerhead ribozyme sequence variants

      CHEMBIOCHEM
    2. Galyam, N; Grisaru, D; Grifman, M; Melamed-Book, N; Eckstein, F; Seidman, S; Eldor, A; Soreq, H
      Complex host cell responses to antisense suppression of ACHE gene expression

      ANTISENSE & NUCLEIC ACID DRUG DEVELOPMENT
    3. Eckstein, F; Winzheimer, M; Hohe, J; Englmeier, KH; Reiser, M
      Interindividual variability and correlation among morphological parametersof knee joint cartilage plates: analysis with three-dimensional MR imaging

      OSTEOARTHRITIS AND CARTILAGE
    4. Eckstein, F
      Untitled - Reply

      JOURNAL OF SHOULDER AND ELBOW SURGERY
    5. Graichen, H; Bonel, H; Stammberger, T; Englmeier, KH; Reiser, M; Eckstein, F
      Sex-specific differences of subacromial space width during abduction, withand without muscular activity, and correlation with anthropometric variables

      JOURNAL OF SHOULDER AND ELBOW SURGERY
    6. Glaser, C; Faber, S; Eckstein, F; Fischer, H; Springer, V; Heudorfer, L; Stammberger, T; Englmeier, KH; Reiser, M
      Optimization and validation of a rapid high-resolution T1-w 3D FLASH waterexcitation MRI sequence for the quantitative assessment of articular cartilage volume and thickness

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING
    7. Faber, SC; Eckstein, F; Lukasz, S; Muhlbauer, R; Hohe, J; Englmeier, KH; Reiser, M
      Gender differences in knee joint cartilage thickness, volume and articularsurface areas: assessment with quantitative three-dimensional MR imaging

      SKELETAL RADIOLOGY
    8. Eckstein, F; Reiser, M; Englmeier, KH; Putz, R
      In vivo morphometry and functional analysis of human articular cartilage with quantitative magnetic resonance imaging - from image to data, from datato theory

      ANATOMY AND EMBRYOLOGY
    9. Graichen, H; Englmeier, KH; Reiser, M; Eckstein, F
      An in vivo technique for determining 3D muscular moment arms in different joint positions and during muscular activation - application to the supraspinatus

      CLINICAL BIOMECHANICS
    10. Graichen, H; Bonel, H; Stammberger, T; Englmeier, KH; Reiser, M; Eckstein, F
      Influence of muscle activity on the three-dimensional shoulder girdle motion pattern - a study using open MR imaging

      UNFALLCHIRURG
    11. Lochmuller, EM; Krefting, N; Burklein, D; Eckstein, F
      Effect of fixation, soft-tissues, and scan projection on bone mineral measurements with dual energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA)

      CALCIFIED TISSUE INTERNATIONAL
    12. Lilley, DMJ; Gait, M; Eckstein, F
      Who will fill the gap by making nucleic synthesizers now?

      NATURE
    13. Carrel, T; Berdat, P; Kipfer, B; Eckstein, F; Schmidli, J
      The reversed and bidirectional elephant trunk technique in the treatment of complex aortic aneurysms

      JOURNAL OF THORACIC AND CARDIOVASCULAR SURGERY
    14. Burklein, D; Lochmuller, EM; Kuhn, V; Grimm, J; Barkmann, R; Muller, R; Eckstein, F
      Correlation of thoracic and lumbar vertebral failure loads with in situ vs. ex situ dual energy X-ray absorptiometry

      JOURNAL OF BIOMECHANICS
    15. Burgkart, R; Glaser, C; Hyhlik-Durr, A; Englmeier, KH; Reiser, M; Eckstein, F
      Magnetic resonance imaging-based assessment of cartilage loss in severe osteoarthritis - Accuracy, precision, and diagnostic value

      ARTHRITIS AND RHEUMATISM
    16. Hudelmaier, M; Glaser, C; Hohe, J; Englmeier, KH; Reiser, M; Putz, R; Eckstein, F
      Age-related changes in the morphology and deformational behavior of knee joint cartilage

      ARTHRITIS AND RHEUMATISM
    17. Eckstein, F
      Phosphorothioate oligodeoxynucleotides: What is their origin and what is unique about them?

      ANTISENSE & NUCLEIC ACID DRUG DEVELOPMENT
    18. Hohe, J; Faber, S; Stammberger, T; Reiser, M; Englmeier, KH; Eckstein, F
      A technique for 3D in vivo quantification of proton density and magnetization transfer coefficients of knee joint cartilage

      OSTEOARTHRITIS AND CARTILAGE
    19. Graichen, H; Springer, V; Flaman, T; Stammberger, T; Glaser, C; Englmeier, KH; Reiser, M; Eckstein, F
      Validation of high-resolution water-excitation magnetic resonance imaging for quantitative assessment of thin cartilage layers

      OSTEOARTHRITIS AND CARTILAGE
    20. Conzen, A; Eckstein, F
      Quantitative determination of articular pressure in the human shoulder joint

      JOURNAL OF SHOULDER AND ELBOW SURGERY
    21. Eckstein, F; Stammberger, T; Priebsch, J; Englmeier, KH; Reiser, M
      Effect of gradient and section orientation on quantitative analysis of knee joint cartilage

      JMRI-JOURNAL OF MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING
    22. Kore, AR; Carola, C; Eckstein, F
      Attempts to obtain more efficient GAC-cleaving hammerhead ribozymes by in vitro selection

      BIOORGANIC & MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    23. Hyhlik-Durr, A; Faber, S; Burgkart, R; Stammberger, T; Maag, KP; Englmeier, KH; Reiser, M; Eckstein, F
      Precision of tibial cartilage morphometry with a coronal water-excitation MR sequence

      EUROPEAN RADIOLOGY
    24. Lochmuller, EM; Miller, P; Burklein, D; Wehr, U; Rambeck, W; Eckstein, F
      In situ femoral dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry related to ash weight, bone size and density, and its relationship with mechanical failure loads of the proximal femur

      OSTEOPOROSIS INTERNATIONAL
    25. Mariani, L; Citti, L; Nevischi, S; Eckstein, F; Rainaldi, G
      Ribozyme and free alkylated base: a dual approach for sensitizing Mex(+) cells to the alkylating antineoplastic drug

      CANCER GENE THERAPY
    26. Stammberger, T; Hohe, J; Englmeier, KH; Reiser, M; Eckstein, F
      Elastic registration of 3D cartilage surfaces from MR image data for detecting local changes in cartilage thickness

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IN MEDICINE
    27. Eckstein, F
      Letters to the editors - Reply

      JOURNAL OF ORTHOPAEDIC RESEARCH
    28. Muhlbauer, R; Lukasz, S; Faber, S; Stammberger, T; Eckstein, F
      Comparison of knee joint cartilage thickness in triathletes and physicallyinactive volunteers based on magnetic resonance imaging and three-dimensional analysis

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SPORTS MEDICINE
    29. Menger, M; Eckstein, F; Porschke, D
      Multiple conformational states of the hammerhead ribozyme, broad time range of relaxation and topology of dynamics

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    30. Bramlage, B; Luzi, E; Eckstein, F
      HIV-1 LTR as a target for synthetic ribozyme-mediated inhibition of gene expression: site selection and inhibition in cell culture

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    31. Vortler, LCS; Eckstein, F
      Phosphorothioate modification of RNA for stereochemical and interference analyses

      RNA-LIGAND INTERACTIONS PT A
    32. von Eisenhart-Rothe, R; Wiedemann, E; Bonel, H; Eckstein, F; Reiser, M; Englmeier, KH; Graichen, H
      MR-based 3D-analysis of glenohumeral joint translation in patients with shoulder instability.

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR ORTHOPADIE UND IHRE GRENZGEBIETE
    33. Kore, AR; Vaish, NK; Morris, JA; Eckstein, F
      In vitro evolution of the hammerhead ribozyme to a purine-specific ribozyme using mutagenic PCR with two nucleotide analogues

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    34. Eckstein, F; Lemberger, B; Stammberger, T; Englmeier, KH; Reiser, M
      Patellar cartilage deformation in vivo after static versus dynamic loading

      JOURNAL OF BIOMECHANICS
    35. Graichen, H; Stammberger, T; Bonel, H; Englmeier, KH; Reiser, M; Eckstein, F
      Glenohumeral translation during active and passive elevation of the shoulder - a 3D open-MRI study

      JOURNAL OF BIOMECHANICS
    36. Muller, MO; Meylan-Bettex, M; Eckstein, F; Martinoia, E; Siegenthaler, PA; Bovet, L
      Lipid phosphorylation in chloroplast envelopes - Evidence for galactolipidCTP-dependent kinase activities

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    37. Heudorfer, L; Hohe, J; Faber, S; Englmeier, KH; Reiser, M; Eckstein, F
      Precision of MRI-based joint-surface and cartilage-thickness analyses using a fast water-excitation sequence and a semiautomated segmentation algorithm

      BIOMEDIZINISCHE TECHNIK
    38. Bringmann, C; Eckstein, F; Bonel, H; Englmeier, KH; Reiser, M; Graichen, H
      A new in vivo technique for the three-dimensional analysis of femoral and meniscal translation under the influence of antagonistic muscle forces

      BIOMEDIZINISCHE TECHNIK
    39. Graichen, H; Stammberger, T; Bonel, H; Haubner, M; Englmeier, KH; Reiser, M; Eckstein, F
      Magnetic resonance based motion analysis of the shoulder during elevation

      CLINICAL ORTHOPAEDICS AND RELATED RESEARCH
    40. Kore, AR; Eckstein, F
      Hammerhead ribozyme mechanism: A ribonucleotide 5 ' to the substrate cleavage site is not essential (vol 38, pg 10915, 1999)

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    41. Menger, M; Eckstein, F; Porschke, D
      Dynamics of the RNA hairpin GNRA tetraloop

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    42. Kiessling, L; DeGrado, WF; Eckstein, F
      Modulation of nucleic acids, carbohydrates and proteins to different task

      CURRENT OPINION IN CHEMICAL BIOLOGY
    43. Carola, C; Eckstein, F
      Nucleic acid enzymes

      CURRENT OPINION IN CHEMICAL BIOLOGY
    44. Seidman, S; Eckstein, F; Grifman, M; Soreq, H
      Antisense technologies have a future fighting neurodegenerative diseases

      ANTISENSE & NUCLEIC ACID DRUG DEVELOPMENT
    45. Citti, L; Eckstein, F; Capecchi, B; Mariani, L; Nevischi, S; Poggi, A; Rainaldi, G
      Transient transfection of a synthetic hammerhead ribozyme targeted againsthuman MGMT gene to cells in culture potentiates the genotoxicity of the alkylation damage induced by mitozolomide

      ANTISENSE & NUCLEIC ACID DRUG DEVELOPMENT
    46. Lochmuller, EM; Eckstein, F; Zeller, JB; Steldinger, R; Putz, R
      Comparison of quantitative ultrasound in the human calcaneus with mechanical failure loads of the hip and spine

      ULTRASOUND IN OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY
    47. Vogt, S; Eckstein, F; Schon, M; Putz, R
      Preferential direction of the collagen fibrils in the subchondral bone of the hip and shoulder joint

      ANNALS OF ANATOMY-ANATOMISCHER ANZEIGER
    48. Lochmuller, EM; Weusten, A; Wolf, E; Cindik, E; Renner-Muller, I; Eikmeier, T; Eckstein, F
      Non-invasive analysis of bone mass in male and female growth-hormone transgenic mite, using dual energy X-ray absorptiometry

      ANNALS OF ANATOMY-ANATOMISCHER ANZEIGER
    49. Graichen, H; Bonel, H; Stammberger, T; Englmeier, KH; Reiser, M; Eckstein, F
      Subacromial space width changes during abduction and rotation - a 3-D MR imaging study

      SURGICAL AND RADIOLOGIC ANATOMY
    50. Stammberger, T; Eckstein, F; Englmeier, KH; Reiser, M
      Determination of 3D cartilage thickness data from MR imaging: Computational method and reproducibility in the living

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IN MEDICINE
    51. von Eisenhart, R; Adam, C; Steinlechner, M; Muller-Gerbl, M; Eckstein, F
      Quantitative determination of joint incongruity and pressure distribution during simulated gait and cartilage thickness in the human hip joint

      JOURNAL OF ORTHOPAEDIC RESEARCH
    52. Stammberger, T; Eckstein, F; Michaelis, M; Englmeier, KH; Reiser, M
      Interobserver reproducibility of quantitative cartilage measurements: Comparison of B-spline snakes and manual segmentation

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING
    53. Groll, O; Lochmuller, EM; Bachmeier, M; Willnecker, J; Eckstein, F
      Precision and intersite correlation of bone densitometry at the radius, tibia and femur with peripheral quantitative CT

      SKELETAL RADIOLOGY
    54. Graichen, H; Bonel, H; Stammberger, T; Haubner, M; Rohrer, H; Englmeier, KH; Reiser, M; Eckstein, F
      Three-dimensional analysis of the width of the subacromial space in healthy subjects and patients with impingement syndrome

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF ROENTGENOLOGY
    55. Eckstein, F; Tieschky, M; Faber, S; Englmeier, KH; Reiser, M
      Functional analysis of articular cartilage deformation, recovery, and fluid flow following dynamic exercise in vivo

      ANATOMY AND EMBRYOLOGY
    56. Graichen, H; Lochmuller, EM; Wolf, E; Langkabel, B; Stammberger, T; Haubner, M; Renner-Muller, I; Englmeier, KH; Eckstein, F
      A non-destructive technique for 3-D microstructural phenotypic characterisation of bones in genetically altered mice: preliminary data in growth hormone transgenic animals and normal controls

      ANATOMY AND EMBRYOLOGY
    57. Eckstein, F; Merz, B; Schon, M; Jacobs, CR; Putz, R
      Tension and bending, but not compression alone determine the functional adaptation of subchondral bone in incongruous joints

      ANATOMY AND EMBRYOLOGY
    58. Bramlage, B; Alefelder, S; Marschall, P; Eckstein, F
      Inhibition of luciferase expression by synthetic hammerhead ribozymes and their cellular uptake

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    59. Grisaru, D; Lev-Lehman, E; Shapira, M; Chaikin, E; Lessing, JB; Eldor, A; Eckstein, F; Soreq, H
      Human osteogenesis involves differentiation-dependent increases in the morphogenically active 3 ' alternative splicing variant of acetylcholinesterase

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    60. Von Eisenhart-Rothe, R; Witte, H; Steinlechner, M; Muller-Gerbl, M; Putz, R; Eckstein, F
      Quantitative determination of the contact pressure distribution in the hipjoint during gait

      UNFALLCHIRURG
    61. Popperl, G; Lochmuller, EM; Becker, HJ; Mall, G; Steinlechner, M; Eckstein, F
      Determination of calcaneal ultrasound properties ex situ: Reproducibility,effects of storage, formalin fixation, maceration, and changes in anatomicmeasurement site

      CALCIFIED TISSUE INTERNATIONAL
    62. Graichen, H; Bonel, H; Stammberger, T; Heuck, A; Englmeier, KH; Reiser, M; Eckstein, F
      An MR-based technique for determination of the subacromial space width in the living with and without muscular activity

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR ORTHOPADIE UND IHRE GRENZGEBIETE
    63. Herberhold, C; Faber, S; Stammberger, T; Steinlechner, M; Putz, R; Englmeier, KH; Reiser, M; Eckstein, F
      In situ measurement of articular cartilage deformation in intact femoropatellar joints under static loading

      JOURNAL OF BIOMECHANICS
    64. Eckstein, F; Bramlage, B
      The hammerhead ribozyme

      BIOPOLYMERS
    65. Kore, AR; Eckstein, F
      Hammerhead ribozyme mechanism: A ribonucleotide 5 ' to the substrate cleavage site is not essential

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    66. LOCHMULLER EM; ECKSTEIN F; KAISER D; ZELLER JB; LANDGRAF J; PUTZ R; STELDINGER R
      PREDICTION OF VERTEBRAL FAILURE LOADS FROM SPINAL AND FEMORAL DUAL-ENERGY X-RAY ABSORPTIOMETRY, AND CALCANEAL ULTRASOUND - AN IN-SITU ANALYSIS WITH INTACT SOFT-TISSUES

      Bone (New York, N.Y.)
    67. VORTLER CS; FEDOROVA O; PERSSON T; KUTZKE U; ECKSTEIN F
      DETERMINATION OF 2'-HYDROXYL AND PHOSPHATE GROUPS IMPORTANT FOR AMINOACYLATION OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI TRNA(ASP) - A NUCLEOTIDE ANALOG INTERFERENCE STUDY

      RNA
    68. Stammberger, T; Herberhold, C; Faber, S; Englmeier, KH; Reiser, M; Eckstein, F
      A method for quantifying time dependent changes in MR signal intensity of articular cartilage as a function of tissue deformation in intact joints

      MEDICAL ENGINEERING & PHYSICS
    69. CROOKE ST; ECKSTEIN F; CHRISTOFFERSEN RE; MEHTA V; COTTER FE; BENNETT CF; AGRAWAL S; HALLER H; DORR FA; GRINSTEAD EA
      ANTISENSE-98 - WORK-IN-PROGRESS

      Nature biotechnology
    70. ECKSTEIN F
      SEARCHING FOR THE IDEAL PARTNER

      Nature biotechnology
    71. Lukasz, S; Muhlbauer, R; Faber, S; Englmeier, KH; Reiser, M; Eckstein, F
      Sex-specific analysis of the cartilage volumes in the knee joint - a quantitative study based on MR imaging

      ANNALS OF ANATOMY-ANATOMISCHER ANZEIGER
    72. SPRINGER V; GRAICHEN H; STAMMBERGER T; ENGLMEIER KH; REISER M; ECKSTEIN F
      NONINVASIVE ANALYSIS OF CARTILAGE VOLUME AND THICKNESS IN THE HUMAN ELBOW JOINT WITH MRT

      ANNALS OF ANATOMY-ANATOMISCHER ANZEIGER
    73. Lochmuller, EM; Zeller, JB; Kaiser, D; Eckstein, F; Landgraf, J; Putz, R; Steldinger, R
      Correlation of femoral and lumbar DXA and calcaneal ultrasound, measured in situ with intact soft tissues, with the in vitro failure loads of the proximal femur

      OSTEOPOROSIS INTERNATIONAL
    74. GRAICHEN H; BONEL H; STAMMBERGER T; HEUCK A; ENGLMEIER KH; REISER M; ECKSTEIN F
      A TECHNIQUE FOR DETERMINING THE SPATIAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE ROTATOR CUFF AND THE SUBACROMIAL SPACE IN ARM ABDUCTION USING MRI AND 3D IMAGE-PROCESSING

      Magnetic resonance in medicine
    75. HERBERHOLD C; STAMMBERGER T; FABER S; PUTZ R; ENGLMEIER KH; REISER M; ECKSTEIN F
      AN MR-BASED TECHNIQUE FOR QUANTIFYING THE DEFORMATION OF ARTICULAR-CARTILAGE DURING MECHANICAL LOADING IN AN INTACT CADAVER JOINT

      Magnetic resonance in medicine
    76. ECKSTEIN F; WESTHOFF J; SITTEK H; MAAG KP; HAUBNER M; FABER S; ENGLMEIER KH; REISER M
      IN-VIVO REPRODUCIBILITY OF 3-DIMENSIONAL CARTILAGE VOLUME AND THICKNESS MEASUREMENTS WITH MR-IMAGING

      American journal of roentgenology
    77. ECKSTEIN F; WINZHEIMER M; WESTHOFF J; SCHNIER M; HAUBNER M; ENGLMEIER KH; REISER M; PUTZ R
      QUANTITATIVE RELATIONSHIPS OF NORMAL CARTILAGE VOLUMES OF THE HUMAN KNEE-JOINT - ASSESSMENT BY MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING

      Anatomy and embryology
    78. ALEFELDER S; PATEL BK; ECKSTEIN F
      INCORPORATION OF TERMINAL PHOSPHOROTHIOATES INTO OLIGONUCLEOTIDES

      Nucleic acids research
    79. KORE AR; VAISH NK; KUTZKE U; ECKSTEIN F
      SEQUENCE SPECIFICITY OF THE HAMMERHEAD RIBOZYME REVISITED - THE NHH RULE

      Nucleic acids research
    80. Vaish, NK; Kore, AR; Eckstein, F
      Recent developments in the hammerhead ribozyme field

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    81. ADAM C; ECKSTEIN F; MILZ S; SCHULTE E; BECKER C; PUTZ R
      THE DISTRIBUTION OF CARTILAGE THICKNESS IN THE KNEE-JOINTS OF OLD-AGED INDIVIDUALS - MEASUREMENT BY A-MODE ULTRASOUND

      Clinical biomechanics
    82. BRAMLAGE B; LUZI E; ECKSTEIN F
      DESIGNING RIBOZYMES FOR THE INHIBITION OF GENE-EXPRESSION

      Trends in biotechnology
    83. VERMA S; ECKSTEIN F
      MODIFIED OLIGONUCLEOTIDES - SYNTHESIS AND STRATEGY FOR USERS

      Annual review of biochemistry
    84. ECKSTEIN F; TIESCHKY M; FABER SC; HAUBNER M; KOLEM H; ENGLMEIER KH; REISER M
      EFFECT OF PHYSICAL EXERCISE ON CARTILAGE VOLUME AND THICKNESS IN-VIVO- MR-IMAGING STUDY

      Radiology
    85. VAISH NK; HEATON PA; FEDOROVA O; ECKSTEIN F
      IN-VITRO SELECTION OF A PURINE NUCLEOTIDE-SPECIFIC HAMMERHEAD-LIKE RIBOZYME

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    86. ADAM C; ECKSTEIN F; MILZ S; PUTZ R
      THE DISTRIBUTION OF CARTILAGE THICKNESS WITHIN THE JOINTS OF THE LOWER-LIMB OF ELDERLY INDIVIDUALS

      Journal of Anatomy
    87. ECKSTEIN F; MILZ S; ANETZBERGER H; PUTZ R
      THICKNESS OF THE SUBCHONDRAL MINERALIZED TISSUE ZONE (SMZ) IN NORMAL-MALE AND FEMALE AND PATHOLOGICAL HUMAN PATELLAE

      Journal of Anatomy
    88. SCHNIER M; PRIEBSCH J; FABER S; HAUBNER M; GLASER C; ENGLMEIER KH; REISER M; ECKSTEIN F
      RELEVANCE OF SUSCEPTIBILITY-INDUCED GEOMETRICAL DISTORTION FOR THE ACCURACY OF MR-BASED CARTILAGE VOLUME AND THICKNESS MEASUREMENT

      Biomedizinische Technik
    89. ECKSTEIN F; SCHNIER M; HAUBNER M; PRIEBSCH J; GLASER C; ENGLMEIER KH; REISER M
      ACCURACY OF CARTILAGE VOLUME AND THICKNESS MEASUREMENTS WITH MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING

      Clinical orthopaedics and related research
    90. VERMA S; VAISH NK; ECKSTEIN F
      STRUCTURE-FUNCTION STUDIES OF THE HAMMERHEAD RIBOZYME

      CURRENT OPINION IN CHEMICAL BIOLOGY
    91. BIRIKH KR; BERLIN YA; SOREQ H; ECKSTEIN F
      PROBING ACCESSIBLE SITES FOR RIBOZYMES ON HUMAN ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE RNA

      RNA
    92. ECKSTEIN F; JACOBS CR; MERZ BR
      MECHANOBIOLOGICAL ADAPTATION OF SUBCHONDRAL BONE AS A FUNCTION OF JOINT INCONGRUITY AND LOADING

      Medical engineering & physics
    93. WYNGAARDEN J; POTTS J; COTTER F; MARTIN RR; MEHTA V; ECKSTEIN F; LEVIN A; WEISS B; BLACK L; COLE R; CROOKE S; KREIG A; DIASIO R
      ANTISENSE-97 - A ROUND-TABLE ON THE STATE OF THE INDUSTRY

      Nature biotechnology
    94. WESTHOFF J; ECKSTEIN F; SITTEK H; LOSCH A; FABER S; KOLEM H; ENGLMEIER KH; REISER M
      3-DIMENSIONAL EVALUATION OF CARTILAGE THI CKNESS AND CARTILAGE VOLUMEIN THE KNEE-JOINT WITH MR-IMAGING - REPRODUCIBILITY IN VOLUNTEERS

      RoFo. Fortschritte auf dem Gebiete der Rontgenstrahlen und der neuenbildgebenden Verfahren
    95. SCHNIER M; ECKSTEIN F; PRIEBSCH J; HAUBNER M; SITTEK H; BECKER C; PUTZ R; ENGLMEIER KH; REISER M
      3-DIMENSIONAL THICKNESS AND VOLUME MEASUR EMENTS OF KNEE-JOINT CARTILAGE WITH MRI - VALIDATION IN ANATOMICAL SPECIMENS VIA CT ARTHROGRAPHY

      RoFo. Fortschritte auf dem Gebiete der Rontgenstrahlen und der neuenbildgebenden Verfahren
    96. TIESCHKY M; FABER S; HAUBNER M; KOLEM H; SCHULTE E; ENGLMEIER KH; REISER M; ECKSTEIN F
      REPEATABILITY OF PATELLAR CARTILAGE THICKNESS PATTERNS IN THE LIVING,USING A FAT-SUPPRESSED MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING SEQUENCE WITH SHORTACQUISITION TIME AND 3-DIMENSIONAL DATA-PROCESSING

      Journal of orthopaedic research
    97. PATEL BK; THOMSON JB; JIMENEZ V; ECKART K; ECKSTEIN F
      PROPERTIES OF SOME DIURIDINE PHOSPHATE ANALOGS

      Nucleosides & nucleotides
    98. PERSSON T; VORTLER CS; FEDOROVA O; ECKSTEIN F
      INCORPORATION OF 2'-MODIFIED NUCLEOTIDES INTO TRANSFER-RNA TO TEST IMPORTANCE FOR CHARGING

      Nucleosides & nucleotides
    99. LOSCH A; ECKSTEIN F; HAUBNER M; ENGLMEIER KH
      A NONINVASIVE TECHNIQUE FOR 3-DIMENSIONAL ASSESSMENT OF ARTICULAR-CARTILAGE THICKNESS BASED ON MRI .1. DEVELOPMENT OF A COMPUTATIONAL METHOD

      Magnetic resonance imaging
    100. HAUBNER M; ECKSTEIN F; SCHNIER M; LOSCH A; SITTEK H; BECKER C; KOLEM H; REISER M; ENGLMEIER KH
      A NONINVASIVE TECHNIQUE FOR 3-DIMENSIONAL ASSESSMENT OF ARTICULAR-CARTILAGE THICKNESS BASED ON MRI .2. VALIDATION USING CT ARTHROGRAPHY

      Magnetic resonance imaging


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