Andrea Müller

Bernhard J Hofinger1
Marion Rudolph1
1Bernhard J Hofinger
1Marion Rudolph
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  • Marion Rudolph, Wolf-Dietrich Döcke, Andrea Müller, Astrid Menning, Lars Röse, Thomas Matthias Zollner +1 other
  • 2012
The complex tissue remodeling process of menstruation is experienced by humans and some primates, whereas most placental mammals, including mice, go through an estrous cycle. How menstruation and the underlying mechanisms evolved is still unknown. Here we demonstrate that the process of menstruation is not just species-specific but also depends on factors(More)
Common approaches to hardware implementation of networking components start at the VHDL level and are based on the creation of regression test benches to perform simulative validation of functionality. The time needed to develop test benches has proven to be a significant bottleneck with respect to time-to-market requirements. In this paper, we describe the(More)
During acute altitude exposure tachycardia increases cardiac output (Q) thus preserving systemic O2 delivery. Within days of acclimatization, however, Q normalizes following an unexplained reduction in stroke volume (SV). To investigate whether the altitude-mediated reduction in plasma volume (PV) and hence central blood volume (CBV) is the underlying(More)
Doubled haploidy is a fundamental tool in plant breeding as it provides the fastest way to generate populations of meiotic recombinants in a genetically fixed state. A wide range of methods has been developed to produce doubled haploid (DH) plants and recent advances promise efficient DH production in otherwise recalcitrant species. Since the cellular(More)
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