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[External link] CD133+ hepatic stellate cells are progenitor cells; 2 [Score: 100%]
Author / Editor: Kordes, Claus; Häussinger, Dieter |  Place of publication: Amsterdam [u.a.] |  Publisher: Elsevier |  Year of Publication: 2007
Journal / Series / Collection: Biochemical and biophysical research communications; 352
Subject Area: Biologie; Medizin
[External link] Endosomal acidification and activation of NADPH oxidase isoforms are upstream events in hyperosmolarity-induced hepatocyte apoptosis; 32 [Score: 100%]
Author / Editor: Reinehr, Roland; Häussinger, Dieter |  Place of publication: Bethesda, Md. |  Publisher: American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology |  Year of Publication: 2006
Journal / Series / Collection: The journal of biological chemistry; 281
Subject Area: Biologie
[External link] Hepatic role in pH regulation : role of the intercellular glutamine cycle; 7 [Score: 100%]
Author / Editor: Häussinger, Dieter; Gerok, Wolfgang; Sies, Helmut |  Place of publication: Amsterdam [u.a.] |  Publisher: Elsevier |  Year of Publication: 1984
Journal / Series / Collection: Trends in biochemical sciences; 9
Subject Area: Medizin; Biologie
[External link] Hepatocyte heterogeneity in glutamine and ammonia metabolism and the role of an intercellular glutamine cycle during ureogenesis in perfused rat liver; 2 [Score: 100%]
Author / Editor: Häussinger, Dieter |  Place of publication: Oxford [u.a.] |  Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell |  Year of Publication: 1983
Journal / Series / Collection: European journal of biochemistry; 133
Subject Area: Biologie; Chemie und Pharmazie; Medizin
[External link] Involvement of NADPH oxidase isoforms and Src family kinases in CD95-dependent hepatocyte apoptosis; 29 [Score: 100%]
Author / Editor: Reinehr, Roland; Häussinger, Dieter |  Place of publication: Bethesda, Md. |  Publisher: American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology |  Year of Publication: 2005
Journal / Series / Collection: The journal of biological chemistry; 280
Subject Area: Biologie; Chemie und Pharmazie
[External link] Involvement of integrins and Src in insulin signaling toward autophagic proteolysis in rat liver; 20 [Score: 100%]
Author / Editor: Schliess, Freimut; Häussinger, Dieter |  Place of publication: Bethesda, Md. |  Publisher: American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology |  Year of Publication: 2004
Journal / Series / Collection: The journal of biological chemistry; 279
Subject Area: Biologie
[External link] Involvement of integrins and Src in insulin signaling toward autophagic proteolysis in rat liver; 20 [Score: 100%]
Author / Editor: Schliess, Freimut; Häussinger, Dieter |  Place of publication: Bethesda, Md. |  Publisher: American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology |  Year of Publication: 2004
Journal / Series / Collection: The journal of biological chemistry; 279
Subject Area: Biologie; Medizin
[External link] Involvement of integrins in osmosensing and signaling toward autophagic proteolysis in rat liver; 29 [Score: 100%]
Author / Editor: Vom Dahl, Stephan; Häussinger, Dieter |  Place of publication: Bethesda, Md. |  Publisher: American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology |  Year of Publication: 2003
Journal / Series / Collection: The journal of biological chemistry; 278
Subject Area: Biologie
[External link] Proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy studies on human brain myo-inositol in hypo-osmolarity and hepatic encephalopathy; 5 [Score: 100%]
Author / Editor: Häussinger, Dieter |  Place of publication: Amsterdam [u.a.] |  Publisher: Elsevier |  Year of Publication: 1994
Journal / Series / Collection: Gastroenterology; 107
Subject Area: Medizin
[External link] The Src family kinase yes triggers hyperosmotic activation of the epidermal growth factor receptor and CD95; 30 [Score: 100%]
Author / Editor: Reinehr, Roland; Häussinger, Dieter |  Place of publication: Bethesda, Md. |  Publisher: American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology |  Year of Publication: 2004
Journal / Series / Collection: The journal of biological chemistry; 279
Subject Area: Biologie