Holger Langreck

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Comparative genomic hybridization was applied to map DNA gains and losses in 39 invasive ductal breast carcinomas. Frequent abnormalities included gains on chromosomal regions 1q, 8q, 11q12-13, 16p, 19, 20q and X as well as frequent losses on 1p, 5q, 6q, 9p, 11q, 13q and 16q. Furthermore, frequent losses on 4q (20 cases) and 21q (14 cases) were found for(More)
The genetic mechanisms that define the malignant behaviour of small-cell lung cancer (SCLC) are poorly understood. We performed comparative genomic hybridization (CGH) on 22 autoptic SCLCs to screen the tumour genome for genomic imbalances. DNA loss of chromosome 3p was a basic alteration that occurred in all tumours. Additionally, deletions were observed(More)
BACKGROUND Different doses of contrast agent are applied for magnetic resonance perfusion studies and mainly semiquantitative approaches have been reported for analysis. We aimed to determine the optimal dose for a visual detection of perfusion defects. METHODS 49 patients (59+/-8 years; 33 male) scheduled for invasive angiography were examined at stress(More)
Magnetic resonance coronary angiography (MRCA) has been proven to be feasible for imaging of the proximal and medial portions of the three main coronary arteries. Free breathing techniques allow for high resolution imaging but prolong scan time. This could potentially be shortened by improving the efficiency, robustness and accuracy of the navigator gating(More)
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