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European Emergency Data Project (EED Project): EMS data-based health surveillance system.
- T. Krafft, L. García Castrillo-Riesgo, +4 authors A. König
- European journal of public health
Emergency Medical Services (EMS) constitute a unique component of health care at the interface between primary and hospital care. EMS data within the pre-hospital setting represents an unparalleled… Expand
Spatial differences in active caspase-8 defines its role in T-cell activation versus cell death
- A. König, J. Russell, W. A. Rodgers, R. Budd
- Biology, Medicine
- Cell Death and Differentiation
- 11 July 2008
Caspase-8, a cysteine-protease, initiates apoptosis when activated by death receptors. Caspase-8 is also essential for initiating T lymphocyte proliferation following T-cell antigen receptor (TCR)… Expand
Observed classroom interaction processes between pre-school teachers and children: Results of a video study during free-play time in German pre-schools.
- A. König
Trainee teachers’ perspectives on play characteristics and their role in children's play: an international comparative study amongst trainees in the Netherlands, Wales, Germany and Finland
- G. M. Van der aalsvoort, Bette Prakke, Justine Howard, A. König, Terttu Parkkinen
- 9 March 2015
An international comparative research project was carried out in the Netherlands, Wales, Germany and Finland to understand how trainee teachers reflect upon play. Data was collected among 31 Dutch,… Expand
Is it time to revise the diagnostic criteria for apathy in brain disorders? The 2018 international consensus group.
- P. Robert, K. Lanctôt, +21 authors V. Manera
- Medicine, Psychology
- European psychiatry : the journal of the…
- 17 August 2018
BACKGROUND Apathy is a very common behavioural and psychological symptom across brain disorders. In the last decade, there have been considerable advances in research on apathy and motivation. It is… Expand
Photodynamic Treatment of Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma Cells with Low Curcumin Concentrations
Objective: Curcumin is known for its anti-oxidative, anti-inflammatory and anti-tumorigenic qualities at concentrations ranging from 3.7µg/ml to 55µg/ml. Therefore it is pre-destined for tumour… Expand
Water-filtered near-infrared influences collagen synthesis of keloid-fibroblasts in contrast to normal foreskin fibroblasts.
- N. Zöller, A. König, +4 authors S. Kippenberger
- Medicine, Chemistry
- Journal of photochemistry and photobiology. B…
- 1 October 2016
Hypertrophic scar development is associated to impaired wound healing, imbalanced fibroblast proliferation and extracellular matrix synthesis. Stigmatization, physical restrictions and high… Expand
Influence of Biodentine® - A Dentine Substitute - On Collagen Type I Synthesis in Pulp Fibroblasts In Vitro
Preserving a patient’s own teeth—even in a difficult situation—is nowadays preferable to surgical intervention and therefore promotes development of suitable dental repair materials. Biodentine®, a… Expand