Adrian Christopher Gleiss

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The multidrug transporter P-glycoprotein is suspected of contributing to pharmacoresistance in temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE). To assess the role of functional variations in its coding gene (ABCB1) the authors genotyped 210 patients with TLE who were stratified according to their degree of drug resistance. They identified a common haplotype that when present(More)
OBJECTIVE Ghrelin stimulates GH release and causes weight gain through increased food intake and reduced fat utilization. Ghrelin levels were shown to rise in the preprandial period and decrease shortly after meal consumption, suggesting a role as a possible meal initiator. However, ghrelin secretion in fasting subjects has not yet been studied in detail.(More)
Cross-flows (winds or currents) affect animal movements [1-3]. Animals can temporarily be carried off course or permanently carried away from their preferred habitat by drift depending on their own traveling speed in relation to that of the flow [1]. Animals able to only weakly fly or swim will be the most impacted (e.g., [4]). To circumvent this problem,(More)
BACKGROUND Health-related quality of life (HRQOL) is an important issue in the context of dementia care. The purpose of this study was to investigate the association between HRQOL and depressive symptoms in patients with subjective cognitive decline (SCD) and subtypes of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and Alzheimer´s disease (AD). METHODS In this(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate psychiatric patients' subjective perception during and after belt fixation. METHOD All patients who were involuntarily admitted and physically restrained at a psychiatric intensive care unit within an 18-month study period were analysed. Ratings were obtained at four visits when questioning was possible. RESULTS Within a(More)
AIM We considered that completed opiate detoxification resulted in increased life expectancy and earning capacity as compared to non-completed detoxification. METHODS The cohort study sample included pure opioid or poly-substance addicts admitted for voluntary in-patient detoxification between 1997 and 2004. Of 404 patients, 58.7% completed the(More)
INTRODUCTION The aim of this retrospective study was to assess ultra-rapid opiate detoxification (UROD) and to estimate the retention rate in naltrexone maintenance treatment. METHODS 45 opiate-addicted male patients (DSM-IV 304.00; opiate per oral or per inhalation n=40, heroin intravenous n=5; concomitant cannabis abuse n=6) were detoxified by 6 h of(More)
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