Ina Klusmann

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p53 induces cell death upon DNA damage, but this may not confer all of its tumor suppressor activity. We report that p53 activation enhances the processivity of DNA replication, as monitored by multi-label fiber assays, whereas removal of p53 reduces fork progression. This is observed in tumor-derived U2OS cells but also in murine embryonic fibroblasts with(More)
In 18 healthy volunteers, in a double-blind placebo-controlled study, we investigated of whether 14 days treatment with a therapeutic dose of ibopamine (3×100 mg/day p.o.), respectively its active metabolite epinine, would desensitize lymphocyte β2- or platelet α2-adrenoceptors, or α1- and β-adrenoceptor mediated (phenylephrine-and isoprenaline infusions,(More)
In 18 healthy volunteers, in a double-blind placebo-controlled study, we investigated of whether 14 days treatment with a therapeutic dose of ibopamine (3 x 100 mg/day p.o.), respectively its active metabolite epinine, would desensitize lymphocyte beta 2- or platelet alpha 2-adrenoceptors, or alpha 1- and beta-adrenoceptor mediated (phenylephrine- and(More)
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