Julia Lischke

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A 42-year-old woman developed severe neck pain 20 hours postpartum. She had cervical spondylitis from an accident 15 years earlier. An elevated sedimentation rate was the only abnormal laboratory finding. Vertebral osteomyelitis was diagnosed by magnetic resonance imaging 12 days postpartum. She underwent radical debridement of C5 and C6 with anterior(More)
A 13-year-old girl with evidence of hyperestrinism had a right ovarian tumor removed. This neoplasm was composed predominantly of granulosa cells and exhibited some changes of luteinization. The neoplastic cells displayed an investment of basement membrane material which was closely related to fibrillar collagen within the tumor. Scattered throughout the(More)
In large-scale production processes, metabolic control is typically achieved by limited supply of essential nutrients such as glucose or ammonia. With increasing bioreactor dimensions, microbial producers such as Escherichia coli are exposed to changing substrate availabilities due to limited mixing. In turn, cells sense and respond to these dynamic(More)
In the course of industrial-scale manufacture of unfermented rhubarb fruit juice, the deacidifying agent CaCl2 was confused with the disinfectant NH4HF2. Hence, fluoride in a quantity of up to 0.6 g/l was present in the unfermented fruit juice. Signs of acute fluoride poisoning were therefore seen after ingestion of the rhubarb juice. The incident as well(More)
Identification of patients with increased risk of 5-fluorouracil (5-FU)-related toxicity is an important challenge for cancer treatment. Research often focus on dihydropyrimidine dehydrogenase (DPYD) deficiency in this context. However, patients with normal DPYD activity may also develop life-threatening 5-FU adverse effects. DPYD initiates the catabolic(More)
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