Jörn Huck

  • Citations Per Year
Learn More
Osteonecrosis of the jaw (ONJ) is a rare but serious adverse drug effect linked to long-term and/or high-dose exposure to nitrogen-bisphosphonates (N-BP), the standard of care for the treatment of bone fragility disorders. The mechanism leading to bisphosphonate-associated ONJ (BAONJ) is unclear and optimal treatment strategies are lacking. Recent evidence(More)
A lack of sigma(B) activity reduces methicillin resistance in heterogeneous Staphylococcus epidermidis 1057, whereas inactivation of the anti-sigma factor RsbW switched the phenotype to homogeneous expression of resistance. Oxacillin induction of mecA transcription is reduced in a sigma(B)-negative strain. However, mecA is not involved in the switch of(More)
The extent of functional impairment after ablative surgery in the orofacial region may be directly reflected in a reduction in Quality of Life. This study intended to compare the patients’ perception with an objective functional evaluation of the orofacial system in order to bilaterally distinguish direct influence factors. A total of 45 patients were(More)
  • 1