Items where Division is "03 Faculty of Medicine > Departement Biomedizin"
Number of items at this level: 13.
Attali, R. and Aharoni, S. and Treves, S. and Rokach, O. and Becker Cohen, M. and Fellig, Y. and Straussberg, R. and Dor, T. and Daana, M. and Mitrani-Rosenbaum, S. and Nevo, Y.. (2013) Variable Myopathic Presentation in a Single Family with Novel Skeletal RYR1 Mutation. PLoS one, Vol. 8, H. 7 , e69296.
Eken, Ceylan and Sadallah, Salima and Martin, Perrine J. and Treves, Susan and Schifferli, Jurg A.. (2013) Ectosomes of polymorphonuclear neutrophils activate multiple signaling pathways in macrophages. Immunobiology, Vol. 218, H. 3. S. 382-392.
Vukcevic, M. and Zorzato, F. and Keck, S. and Tsakiris, D. A. and Keiser, J. and Maizels, R. M. and Treves, S.. (2013) Gain of function in the immune system caused by a ryanodine receptor 1 mutation. Journal of cell science, Vol. 126, H. 15. S. 3485-3492.
Yasuda, T. and Delbono, O. and Wang, Z. M. and Messi, M. L. and Girard, T. and Urwyler, A. and Treves, S. and Zorzato, F.. (2013) JP-45/JSRP1 Variants Affect Skeletal Muscle Excitation–Contraction Coupling by Decreasing the Sensitivity of the Dihydropyridine Receptor. Human mutation, Vol. 34, H. 1. S. 184-190.
Zhou, H. and Rokach, O. and Feng, L. and Munteanu, I. and Mamchaoui, K. and Wilmshurst, J. M. and Sewry, C. and Manzur, A. Y. and Pillay, K. and Mouly, V. and Duchen, M. and Jungbluth, H. and Treves, S. and Muntoni, F.. (2013) RyR1 Deficiency in Congenital Myopathies Disrupts Excitation–Contraction Coupling. Human mutation, Vol. 34, H. 7. S. 986-996.
Hwang, J. H. and Zorzato, F. and Clarke, N. F. and Treves, S.. (2012) Mapping domains and mutations on the skeletal muscle ryanodine receptor channel. Trends in molecular medicine, Vol. 18, no. 11. S. 644-657.
Schmidt, N. and Basu, S. and Sladecek, S. and Gatti, S. and van Haren, J. and Treves, S. and Pielage, J. and Galjart, N. and Brenner, H. R.. (2012) Agrin regulates CLASP2-mediated capture of microtubules at the neuromuscular junction synaptic membrane. Journal of cell biology, Vol. 198, H. 3. S. 421-437.
Broman, M. and Heinecke, K. and Islander, G. and Schuster, F. and Glahn, K. and Bodelsson, M. and Treves, S. and Muller, C.. (2011) Screening of the ryanodine 1 gene for malignant hyperthermia causative mutations by high resolution melt curve analysis. Anesthesia and analgesia, Vol. 113, H. 5. S. 1120-1128.
Biermann, Barbara and Ivankova-Susankova, Klara and Bradaia, Amyaouch and Abdel Aziz, Said and Besseyrias, Valerie and Kapfhammer, Josef P. and Missler, Markus and Gassmann, Martin and Bettler, Bernhard. (2010) The Sushi domains of GABAB receptors function as axonal targeting signals. Journal of neuroscience, Vol. 30, H. 4. S. 1385-1394.
Eken, Ceylan and Martin, Perrine. J. and Sadallah, Salima and Treves, Susan and Schaller, Monika and Schifferli, Jurg. (2010) Ectosomes released by polymorphonuclear neutrophils induce a MerTK-dependent anti-inflammatory pathway in macrophages. Journal of biological chemistry, Vol. 285, H. 51 , S. 39914–39921.
Treves, Susan and Vukcevic, Mirko and Griesser, Johanna and Franzini-Armstrong, Clara and Zhu, Michael X. and Zorzato, Francesco. (2010) Agonist-activated Ca2+ influx occurs at stable plasma membrane and endoplasmic reticulum junctions. Journal of cell science, Vol. 123. S. 4170-4181.
Zhang, Jian. Identification of novel germline mutations in hereditary colorectal cancer patients and characterization of somatic alterations in their tumors. 2008, PhD Thesis, University of Basel, Faculty of Science.
Jungbluth, Heinz and Beggs, Alan and Bönnemann, Carsten and Bushby, Kate and Ceuterick-de Groote, Chantal and Estournet-Mathiaud, Brigitte and Goemans, Nathalie and Guicheney, Pascale and Lescure, Alain and Lunardi, Joël and Muntoni, Francesco and Quinlivan, Ros and Sewry, Caroline and Straub, Volker and Treves, Susan and Ferreiro, Ana. (2004) 111th ENMC International Workshop on Multi-minicore Disease : 2nd International MmD Workshop, 9-11 November 2002, Naarden, The Netherlands : workshop report. Neuromuscular disorders, Vol. 14, H. 11. S. 754-766.