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Institute of Virology

Publications 1997

    • (1) Zucker, B., Bauer, G.
      Intercellular induction of apoptosis of transformed cells is modulated by their intracellular glutathione concentration.
      Int J Oncol 10: 141-146 (1997)

    • (2) Bauer, G.
      Interference of papilloma viruses with p53-dependent and -independent apoptotic pathways: Clues to viral oncogenesis (Review-hypothesis).
      Oncology Reports 4:273-275 (1997)

    • (3) Jürgensmeier, J., Panse, J., Schäfer, R., and Bauer G.
      Reactive Oxygen species as mediators of the transformed phenotype.
      Int J Cancer 70: 587-589 (1997)

    • (4) Panse, J., Hipp, M.L., and Bauer, G.
      Fibroblasts transformed by chemical carcinogens are sensitive to intercellular induction of apoptosis: implications for the control of oncogenesis.
      Carcinogenesis 18: 259-264 (1997)

    • (5) Wolter, T., Gassmann, Ch., Vetter, V., Bauer G.
      Avidity determination: Utilization of a basic immu nological mechanism allows improvement of the serodiagnosis of infections.
      Clin Lab 43: 125-135 (1997)

    • (6) Descalzo, A., Weiand, C., Dietze, L., Matz, B. and Bauer G.
      Transformation of rodent fibroblasts by ICP4, the major transactivating protein of herpes simplex virus type 1.
      Int J Virology 10: 765-773 (1997)

    • (7) Ponten, A., Sick, Ch., Weeber, M., Haller, O., and Kochs, G.
      Dominant-negative mutants of human MxA Protein: Domains in the carboxy-terminal moiety are important for oligomerization and antiviral activity.
      J Virol 71: 2591-2599 (1997)

    • (8) Neumann-Haefelin, D., Schweizer, M.
      Nonhuman primate spumavirus infections among persons with occupational exposure - United States, 1996.
      JAMA 277: 783-784 (1997)

    • (9) Weber, F., Haller, O., Kochs, G.
      Conserved vRNA end sequences of Thogoto-orthomyxovirus suggest a new panhandle structure.
      Arch Virol 142: 1029-1033 (1997)

    • (10) Bassler, D., Brauns, H.D., Bauer, G.
      Role of Proliferation for intercellular induction of apoptosis.
      Exp Cell Res 232: 349-352 (1997)

    • (11) Gassmann, Ch., Bauer, G.
      Avidity determination of IgG directed against tick-borne encephalitis virus improves detection of current infections.
      J Med Virol 51: 242-251 (1997)

    • (12) Jürgensmeier, J.M., and Bauer, G.
      Interference of bel-2 with intercellular control of carcinogenesis.
      Int J Cancer 71: 698-704 (1997)

    • (13) Wolff, A., Technau., A., Brandner, G.
      Epothilone A induces apoptosis in neuroblastoma cells with multiple mechanisms of drug resistance.
      Int J Oncology 11: 123-126 (1997)

    • (14) Schweizer, M., Falcone, V., Gänge, J., Turek, R., Neumann-Haefelin, D.
      Simian Foamy virus isolated from an accidentally infected human individual.
      J Virol 71:4821-4824 (1997)

    • (15) Meyer-König, U., Hufert, F.T., Von Laer, D.M.
      Infection of blood and bone marrow cells with the human cytomegalovirus in vivo.
      Leukemia and Lymphoma, 25: 445-454 (1997)

    • (16) Schneider, C.M., Huzly, D., Vetter, C., von Specht, B .U., Daschner, F.D.
      Tumor necrosis factor alpha and interleukin 6 release induced by antibiotic killing of pseudomonas aeruginosa and staphylococcus aureus.
      Eur J Clin Microbiol Infect Dis 16:467-471 (1997)

    • (17) Zucker, B., Hanusch, J., Bauer G.
      Glutathione depletion in fibrobasts is the basis for apoptosis-induction by endogenous reactive oxygen species.
      Cell Death Differ 4:388-395 (1997)

    • (18) Beck, E., Schäfer, R., Bauer G.
      Sensitivity of transformed fibrobasts for intercellular induction of apoptosis is determined by their transformed phenotype.
      Exp Cell Research 234: 47-56 (1997)

    • (19) Janson, W., Brandner, G., Siegel, J.
      Butyrate modulates DNA-damage-induced p53 response by induction of p53-independent differentiation and apoptosis.
      Oncogene 15: 1395-1406 (1997)

    • (20) Frese, M., Weeber, M., Weber, F. Speth, V., Haller O.
      Mx1 sensitivity: Batken virus is an orthomyxovirus closely related to Dhori virus.
      J Gen Virol 78: 2453-2458 (1997)

    • (21) Lieb, K., Hallensleben, W., Czygan, M., Stitz, L., Staeheli, P.
      No Borna disease virus-specific RNA detected in blood from psychiatric patients in different regions of Germany.
      The Lancet 350: 1002 (1997)

    • (22) Hallensleben W., Zocher, M., Staeheli, P.
      Borna disease virus is not sensitive to amantadine.
      Arch Virol 142: 2043-2048 (1997)

    • (23) Hess, R., Brandner, G.
      DNA-damage-inducible p53 activity in SV40-transformed cells.
      Oncogene 15: 2501-2504 (1997)

    • (24) Hipp, M.L., Bauer, G.
      Intercellular induction of apoptosis in transformed cells does not depend on p53.
      Oncogene 15: 791-797 (1997)

    • (25) Kaiser, R., Kern, A., Kampa, D., Neumann-Haefelin, D.
      Prevalence of antibodies to Borrelia burgdorferi and tick-borne encephalitis virus in an endemic region in Southern Germany.
      Zbl. Bakt. 286: 534-541 (1997)

    • (26) Lindemann, D., Bock, M., Schweizer, M., Rethwilm, A.
      Efficient pseudotyping of murine leukemia virus particles with chimeric human foamy virus envelope proteins.
      J Virol 71: 4815-4820 (1997)

    • (27) Cheynier, R., Gratton, S., Vartanian, J.-P., Meyerhans, A., Wain-Hobson, S.
      G to A hypermutation does not result from polymerase chain reaction.
      AIDS Res Hum Retrov 13: 985-986 (1997)

    • (28) Dittmer, U., Nißlein, T., Meyerhans, A., Hunsmann, G., Stahl-Hennig, C.
      No reactivation of attenuated immunodeficiency viruses in rhesus macaques after vaccinia virus-induced immune activation.
      J Gen Virol 78: 2523-2528 (1997)

    • (29) Häusser, G., Ludewig, B., Gelderblom, H.G., Tsunetsugo-Yokota, Y., Akagawa K., Meyerhans, A.
      Monocyte-derived dendritic cells represent a transient stage of differentiation in the myeloid lineage.
      Immunobiol 197: 543-542 (1997)

    • (30) Plikat, U., Nieselt-Struwe, K., Meyerhans, A.
      Genetic drift can dominate short-term human immunodeficiency virus Type 1 nef quasispecies evolution in vivo.
      J Virol 71: 4233-4240 (1997)

    • (31) Bauer, M., Lucchiari-Hartz, M., Maier, R., Haas, G., Autran, B., Eichmann, K., Frank, R., Maier, B., Meyerhans, A.
      Structural constraints of HIV-1 Nef may curtail escape from HLA-B7-restricted CTL recognition.
      Immunol Lett 55: 119-122 (1997)

    • (32) Vartanian, J.-P., Plikat, U., Henry, M., Mahieux, R., Guillemot, L., Meyerhans, A., Wain-Hobson, S.
      HIV genetic variation is directed and restricted by DNA precursor availability.
      J Mol Biol 270: 139-151 (1997)

    • (33) Günther S., Sommer, G., Plikat, U., Iwanska, A., Wain-Hobson, S., Will, H., Meyerhans, A.
      Naturally occurring hepatitis B virus genomes bearing the hallmarks of retroviral G to A hypermutation.
      Virology 235: 104-108 (1997)

    • (34) Clad, A., Keck, C., Huzly, D., Pelz, K., Breckwoldt, M.
      Falsch-positives mütterliches Röteln-IgM bei intrauterinem Fruchttod durch Parvovirus B19?
      Geburtsh Frauenheilk 10: 578-580 (1997)

    • (35) Hufert, F.T., van Lunzen, J., Janossy, G., Bertram, S., Schmitz, J., Haller, O., Racz, P., von Laer, D.
      Germinal centre CD4+ T cells are an important site of HIV replication in vivo.
      AIDS 11: 849-857 (1997)

    • (36) Stellbrink, HJ., van Lunzen, J., Hufert, F.T., Fröschle, G., Wolf-Vorbeck, G., Zöllner, B., Albrecht, H., Greten, H., Racz, P., Tenner-Racz, K.
      Asymptomatic HIV infection is characterized by rapid turnover of HIV RNA in plasma and lymph nodes but not of latently infected lymph-node CD4+ T cells.
      AIDS 11: 1103-1110 (1997)

    • (37) Lieb, K., Hufert, F.T., Bechter, K., Bauer, J., Kornhuber J.
      Depression, borna disease, and amantadine.
      The Lancet 349: 958(1997)

Institute of Virology

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Prof. Dr. med. Hartmut Hengel

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