SYBILLE HUTH

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G protein-coupled receptors constitute a large family of transmembrane receptors, which activate cellular responses by signal transmission and regulation of second messenger metabolism after ligand binding. For several of these receptors it is known that they also signal ligand-independently. The G protein-coupled thyroid stimulating hormone receptor (TSHR)(More)
The general use of enzymatic cleaners for soft contact lenses has led to reports of incidents of allergic reactions in previously sensitized patients. In light of this, experiments were performed to assess the relative allergenic potential of four such enzymes: papain, subtilisin A, subtilisin B, and pancreatin. Mice immunized intraperitoneally (i.p.) with(More)
In 27 families with familial non-autoimmune hyperthyroidism (FNAH) reported up to date, the onset of hyperthyroidism varies from 18 months to 60 years. Also the manifestation of goitres is variable in these families. A 74-year-old woman first presented at the age of 69 years with tachyarrhythmia and hypertension. After initial treatment of her hypertension(More)
Benchmarking has proven itself as a tool of management, not belonging to the typical management fads. Well-known both in research and business practice, employing benchmarking as a means of increasing the firm’s competitiveness goes along with considerable problems and challenges. By analyzing the very nature of benchmarking, it turns out that the(More)
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