Sarah Kircher

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The mouse vomeronasal organ (VNO) has a pivotal role in chemical communication. The vomeronasal sensory neuroepithelium consists of distinct populations of vomeronasal sensory neurons (VSNs). A subset of VSNs, with cell bodies in the basal part of the basal layer, coexpress Vmn2r G-protein-coupled receptor genes with H2-Mv genes, a family of nine(More)
INTRODUCTION The progressive growth of malignancies is accompanied by a decline in the immune response through mechanisms which are poorly understood. Apoptosis and induction of inflammation by tumor released cytokines as tumor escape mechanisms have been proposed to play an important role in colorectal carcinogenesis. METHODS Expression of Tumor necrosis(More)
The hormonal state during the estrus cycle or pregnancy produces alterations on female olfactory perception that are accompanied by specific maternal behaviors, but it is unclear how sex hormones act on the olfactory system to enable these sensory changes. Herein, we show that the production of neuronal progenitors is stimulated in the vomeronasal organ(More)
Wir berichten über einen Fall eines ALK-1-positiven großzelligen anaplastischen Lymphoms der T‑Zell-Reihe, bei dem zahlreiche Tumorzellen plazentaalkalische Phosphatase (PLAP) exprimieren. Zunächst wurde aufgrund der Positivität von Tumorzellen für CD30 und PLAP eine Lymphknotenmetastase eines Keimzelltumors diskutiert. Großzellige anaplastische Lymphome(More)
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