Alexandra Löw-Baselli

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The formation and development of initiated cells has been studied at the beginning of hepatocarcinogenesis. Rats received the genotoxic carcinogen N-nitrosomorpholine (NNM); placental glutathione S-transferase was used as a marker of initiated cells (G+ cells). Single G+ cells appeared within 24 h after NNM; their frequency increased steeply for(More)
To study growth regulation in the beginning of carcinogenesis, we established a novel ex vivo model for co-cultivation of normal and putatively initiated hepatocytes. Rats received the genotoxic hepatocarcinogen N-nitrosomorpholine (NNM). This led to the appearance of hepatocytes expressing placental glutathione S-transferase (G(+) cells). These cells(More)
UNLABELLED Studies evaluating the immunogenicity of two pediatric tick-borne encephalitis virus (TBEV) vaccines have reported contradictory results. These vaccines are based on two different strains of the European TBEV subtype: FSME-Immun Junior is based on the Neudörfl (Nd) strain, whereas Encepur Children is based on the Karlsruhe (K23) strain. The(More)
UNLABELLED Treatment of haemophilia has vastly improved over the last years, but many needs are still unmet. Baxter is continuously pursuing the aim to provide new therapeutic options to patients with haemophilia and to their treating physicians. In fact, there are several opportunities to improve existing therapies, e.g., by new indications for existing(More)
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