Rosmarie Leiderer

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  • S Massberg, G Enders, +4 authors K Messmer
  • 1998
Growing evidence supports a pathophysiological role for platelets during the manifestation of postischemic reperfusion injury; in the current study, we investigated the nature and the molecular determinants of platelet-endothelial cell interactions induced by ischemia/reperfusion (I/R). Platelet-endothelium and leukocyte-endothelium interactions after 1(More)
The influence of hyperglycemia on the microvascular blood perfusion of pancreatic islet isografts of Syrian golden hamsters was analyzed by direct visualization of the islet's microvasculature by means of in vivo fluorescence microscopy. The experiments were performed using the hamster dorsal skinfold preparation, which allows for quantitative analysis of(More)
OBJECTIVE In a previous study, initial reperfusion of isolated hearts after cardioplegic arrest with 2,3 butanedione monoxime (BDM) for 5 min was markedly superior to warm hyperkalemic reperfusion in improving the initial oxygen balance and reducing reperfusion arrhythmias. However, left ventricular contractility was only marginally enhanced. The goal of(More)
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