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    1. van Erpecum, KJ; Wang, DQH; Lammert, F; Paigen, B; Groen, AK; Carey, MC
      Phenotypic characterization of Lith genes that determine susceptibility tocholesterol cholelithiasis in inbred mice: soluble pronucleating proteins in gallbladder and hepatic biles

      JOURNAL OF HEPATOLOGY
    2. Lammert, F; Nguyen, HN; Strohbach, P; Wylenzek, M; Kierdorf, HP; Matern, S
      Therapy of refractory ascites with ultrafiltration and peritoneal reinfusion in a patient with right ventricular dilated cardiomyopathy

      DIGESTIVE DISEASES AND SCIENCES
    3. Fickert, P; Zollner, G; Fuchsbichler, A; Stumptner, C; Pojer, C; Zenz, R; Lammert, F; Stieger, B; Meier, PJ; Zatloukal, K; Denk, H; Trauner, M
      Effects of ursodeoxycholic and cholic acid feeding on hepatocellular transporter expression in mouse liver

      GASTROENTEROLOGY
    4. Lammert, F; Carey, MC; Paigen, B
      Chromosomal organization of candidate genes involved in cholesterol gallstone formation: a murine gallstone map. (vol 120, pg 221, 2001)

      GASTROENTEROLOGY
    5. Lammert, F; Carey, MC; Paigen, B
      Chromosomal organization of candidate genes involved in cholesterol gallstone formation: A murine gallstone map

      GASTROENTEROLOGY
    6. Schonfelder, T; Nguyen, HN; Lammert, F; Busch, N; Matern, S
      Treatment options for vascular ectasias of the gastric antrum (watermelon stomach)

      DEUTSCHE MEDIZINISCHE WOCHENSCHRIFT
    7. Lammert, F; Nguyen, HN; Schonfelder, T; Handt, S; Matern, S
      Diagnosis for vascular ectasias of the gastric antrum (watermelon stomach)

      DEUTSCHE MEDIZINISCHE WOCHENSCHRIFT
    8. Hillebrandt, S; Bock, HH; Matern, S; Lammert, F
      Polygenic diseases: use of inbred mice to identify disease-related genes

      DEUTSCHE MEDIZINISCHE WOCHENSCHRIFT
    9. Paigen, B; Schork, NJ; Svenson, KL; Cheah, YC; Mu, JL; Lammert, F; Wang, DQH; Bouchard, G; Carey, MC
      Quantitative trait loci mapping for cholesterol gallstones in AKR/J and C57L/J strains of mice

      PHYSIOLOGICAL GENOMICS
    10. Purucker, E; Nguyen, HN; Lammert, F; Koch, A; Matern, S
      Central pontine myelinolysis and myocardial infarction following severe hypoglycemia

      INTENSIVE CARE MEDICINE
    11. Lammert, F; Marschall, HU; Glantz, A; Matern, S
      Intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy: molecular pathogenesis, diagnosis and management

      JOURNAL OF HEPATOLOGY
    12. Lammert, F; Busch, N; Matern, S
      Clinical course and treatment of viral hepatitis

      CHIRURG
    13. Wang, DQH; Lammert, F; Cohen, DE; Paigen, B; Carey, MC
      Cholic acid aids absorption, biliary secretion, and phase transitions of cholesterol in murine cholelithogenesis

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-GASTROINTESTINAL AND LIVER PHYSIOLOGY
    14. Nguyen, HN; Backes, B; Lammert, F; Wildberger, J; Winograd, R; Busch, N; Rieband, H; Matern, S
      Long-term survival after diagnosis of hepatic metastatic VIPoma - Report of two cases with disparate courses and review of therapeutic options

      DIGESTIVE DISEASES AND SCIENCES
    15. Wang, DQH; Cohen, DE; Lammert, F; Carey, MC
      No pathophysiologic relationship of soluble biliary proteins to cholesterol crystallization in human bile

      JOURNAL OF LIPID RESEARCH
    16. Wang, DQH; Lammert, F; Paigen, B; Carey, MC
      Phenotypic characterization of Lith genes that determine susceptibility tocholesterol cholelithiasis in inbred mice: pathophysiology of biliary lipid secretion

      JOURNAL OF LIPID RESEARCH
    17. Lammert, F; Wang, DQH; Paigen, B; Carey, MC
      Phenotypic characterization of Lith genes that determine susceptibility tocholesterol cholelithiasis in inbred mice: integrated activities of hepatic lipid regulatory enzymes

      JOURNAL OF LIPID RESEARCH
    18. LAMMERT F; PAIGEN B; CAREY MC
      LOCALIZATION OF THE ILEAL SODIUM-BILE SALT COTRANSPORTER GENE (SLC10A2) TO MOUSE-CHROMOSOME-8

      Mammalian genome
    19. LAMMERT F; COHEN DE; PAIGEN B; CAREY MC; BEIER DR
      THE GENE ENCODING THE MULTISPECIFIC ORGANIC ANION TRANSPORTER (CMOAT)OF THE HEPATOCYTE CANALICULAR MEMBRANE MAPS TO MOUSE-CHROMOSOME-19

      Mammalian genome
    20. LAMMERT F; WANG DQH; NELSON HM; BOUCHARD G; CAREY MC; PAIGEN B
      QUANTITATIVE TRAIT LOCI MAPPING IN MICE IDENTIFIES X-CHROMOSOME-LINKED CHOLESTEROL GALLSTONE GENES

      Hepatology
    21. BOUCHARD G; CHAO HC; LAMMERT F; WANG DQH; CAREY MC; PAIGEN B
      CMOAT IS A CANDIDATE GENE FOR LITH2, A CHOLESTEROL GALLSTONE GENE FOUND ON CHROMOSOME-19 IN INBRED MICE

      Hepatology
    22. Fuchs, M; Lammert, F; Wang, DQH; Paigen, B; Carey, MC; Cohen, DE
      Sterol carrier protein 2 participates in hypersecretion of biliary cholesterol during gallstone formation in genetically gallstone-susceptible mice

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    23. BUSCH N; LAMMERT F; MATERN S
      BILIARY SECRETORY IMMUNOGLOBULIN-A IS A MAJOR CONSTITUENT OF THE NEW GROUP OF CHOLESTEROL CRYSTAL-BINDING PROTEINS

      Gastroenterology
    24. WANG DQH; LAMMERT F; PAIGEN B; CAREY MC
      THE MAJOR GALLSTONE GENE (LITH-1) IS RESPONSIBLE FOR BILIARY CHOLESTEROL (CH) HYPERSECRETION AND CH GALLSTONE FORMATION IN CONGENIC MICE (AKR.L-LITH1(S))

      Gastroenterology
    25. LAMMERT F; LEONARD MR; WANG DQH; PAIGEN B; CAREY MC
      ESSENTIAL ROLE OF MDR2 P-GLYCOPROTEIN IN REGULATION OF HEPATIC ACTIVITIES OF MAJOR CHOLESTEROL REGULATORY ENZYMES

      Gastroenterology
    26. LAMMERT F; WANG DQH; PAIGEN B; CAREY MC
      SPONTANEOUS CHOLESTEROL GALLSTONE FORMATION ON NORMAL DIET CHARACTERIZES MICE WITH DISRUPTED MDR2 P-GLYCOPROTEIN GENE AND PROVIDES NEW INSIGHTS INTO CHOLESTEROL CRYSTALLIZATION AND BILE FORMATION

      Gastroenterology
    27. VANERPECUM KJ; WANG DQH; LAMMERT F; PAIGEN B; GROEN AK; CAREY MC
      EXCESSIVE BILIARY CHOLESTEROL SUPERSATURATION RATHER THAN SOLUBLE PRONUCLEATING PROTEINS OR BILE-SALT HYDROPHOBICITY IS KEY TO HIGH SUSCEPTIBILITY FOR GALLSTONE FORMATION IN THE INBRED MOUSE - A TIME-COURSE STUDY

      Gastroenterology
    28. WANG DQH; LAMMERT F; PAIGEN B; CAREY MC
      HYPOSECRETION OF BILIARY PHOSPHOLIPIDS (PL) SIGNIFICANTLY DECREASES THE INTESTINAL-ABSORPTION OF CHOLESTEROL (CH) IN MDR2(- -) AND MDR2(+/-) MICE/

      Gastroenterology
    29. LAMMERT F; BUSCH N; NGUYEN HN; MATERN S
      THERAPEUTIC STRATEGIES IN HILAR BILE-DUCT CARCINOMA (KLATSKIN-TUMOR)

      Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift
    30. LAMMERT F; BUSCH N; NGUYEN HN; NOLTEERNSTING C; MATERN S
      DIAGNOSIS OF HILAR BILE-DUCT CARCINOMA (KLATSKIN TUMOR)

      Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift
    31. FUCHS M; LAMMERT F; WANG DQH; CAREY MC; COHEN DE
      LITH GENES INDUCE OVEREXPRESSION OF STEROL CARRIER PROTEIN 2(SCP2)DURING CHOLESTEROL (CHOL) GALLSTONE FORMATION

      The FASEB journal
    32. LAMMERT F; BEIER DR; WANG DOH; CAREY MC; PAIGEN B; COHEN DE
      GENETIC-MAPPING OF HEPATOCANALICULAR TRANSPORTERS ESTABLISHES SISTER-P-GLYCOPROTEIN (SPGP) AS A CANDIDATE FOR THE MAJOR GALLSTONE GENE (LITH1)

      Hepatology
    33. LAMMERT F; NELSON HM; WANG DQH; CAREY MC; PAIGEN B
      QUANTITATIVE TRAIT LOCUS (QTL) MAPPING IDENTIFIES A NEW MURINE GALLSTONE GENE ON CHROMOSOME-17

      Hepatology
    34. WANG DQH; COHEN DE; LAMMERT F; CAREY MC
      RAPID CHOLESTEROL (CH) CRYSTALLIZATION IN LITHOGENIC HUMAN BILES IS NOT AFFECTED BY THE PRESENCE OF PURIFIED BILIARY GLYCOPROTEINS

      Hepatology
    35. WANG DQH; LAMMERT F; COHEN DE; PAIGEN B; CAREY MC
      LONG-TERM FEEDING OF CHOLESTEROL (CH) WITHOUT CHOLIC-ACID IS NOT SUFFICIENT TO INDUCE C6 GALLSTONE FORMATION IN INBRED MICE

      Hepatology
    36. FUCHS M; LAMMERT F; WANG DQH; PAIGEN B; CAREY MC; COHEN DE
      STEROL CARRIER PROTEIN-2 (SCP2) BUT NOT PHOSPHATIDYLCHOLINE TRANSFER PROTEIN (PCTP) GENE-EXPRESSION IS ENHANCED DURING CHOLESTEROL GALLSTONE FORMATION IN MICE

      Gastroenterology
    37. LAMMERT F; BUSCH N; FRANZ I; MATERN S
      INHIBITION OF CHOLESTEROL CRYSTALLIZATION IS SPECIFIC FOR CRYSTAL-BINDING BILIARY IMMUNOGLOBULIN-A AND NOT A GENERAL CHARACTERISTIC OF HUMAN-IMMUNOGLOBULIN-A

      Hepatology
    38. BUSCH N; LAMMERT F; MARSCHALL HU; MATERN S
      A NEW SUBGROUP OF LECTIN-BOUND BILIARY PROTEINS BINDS TO CHOLESTEROL CRYSTALS, MODIFIES CRYSTAL MORPHOLOGY, AND INHIBITS CHOLESTEROL CRYSTALLIZATION

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    39. BUSCH N; LAMMERT F; FRANZ I; SCHWARZENDRUBE J; MARSCHALL HU; MATERN S
      THE 63 KD AND 28 KD CRYSTAL BINDING-PROTEINS FRACTIONS REPRESENT THE HEAVY AND LIGHT-CHAINS OF HUMAN BILIARY IMMUNOGLOBULIN-A

      Gastroenterology
    40. BUSCH N; LAMMERT F; SCHWARZENDRUBE J; MARSCHALL HU; MATERN S
      EVIDENCE FOR THE 74 KD INHIBITOR PROTEIN OF CHOLESTEROL CRYSTALLIZATION TO BE THE SECRETORY COMPONENT OF HUMAN BILIARY IMMUNOGLOBULIN-A

      Hepatology
    41. BUSCH N; LAMMERT F; MARSCHALL HU; MATERN S
      ISOLATION OF A NEW POTENT INHIBITOR PROTEIN OF CHOLESTEROL CRYSTAL-GROWTH FROM HUMAN BILE

      Hepatology


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