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Wellmann, Sven and Truss, Matthias and Bruder, Elisabeth and Tornillo, Luigi and Zelmer, Andrea and Seeger, Karl and Bührer, Christoph. (2010) The RNA-binding protein RBM3 is required for cell proliferation and protects against serum deprivation-induced cell death. Pediatric Research, 67 (1). pp. 35-41.


Knowles, Charles H. and De Giorgio, Roberto and Kapur, Raj P. and Bruder, Elisabeth and Farrugia, Gianrico and Geboes, Karel and Gershon, Michael D. and Hutson, John and Lindberg, Greger and Martin, Joanne E. and Meier-Ruge, William A. and Milla, Peter J. and Smith, Virpi V. and Vandervinden, Jean Marie and Veress, Béla and Wedel, Thilo. (2009) Gastrointestinal neuromuscular pathology : guidelines for histological techniques and reporting on behalf of the Gastro 2009 International Working Group. Acta neuropathologica, Vol. 118. pp. 271-301.

Ehrlich, David and Bruder, Elisabeth and Thome, Martin and Gutt, Carsten and von Knebel Doeberitz, Magnus and Niggli, Felix and Perantoni, Alan and Bode, Manja and Koesters, Robert. (2009) Nuclear accumulation of beta-catenin protein indicates frequent activation of Wnt-signaling in chemically-induced rat nephroblastomas. Pediatric and developmental pathology : official journal of the Society for Pediatric Pathology, Vol. 6. p. 1.

Feichter, Sonja and Meier-Ruge, William A. and Bruder, Elisabeth. (2009) The histopathology of gastrointestinal motility disorders in children. Seminars in pediatric surgery, Vol. 18. pp. 206-211.

Bruder, E. and Perez-Atayde, A. R. and Jundt, G. and Alomari, A. I. and Rischewski, J. and Fishman, S. J. and Mulliken, J. B. and Kozakewich, H. P.. (2009) Vascular lesions of bone in children, adolescents, and young adults : a clinicopathologic reappraisal and application of the ISSVA classification. Virchows Archiv : official journal of the European Society of Pathology, Vol. 454. pp. 161-179.

Kang, A. and Visca, E. and Bruder, E. and Holzgreve, W. and Struben, H. and Tercanli, S.. (2009) Prenatal diagnosis of a case of ectrodactyly in 2D and 3D ultrasound. Ultraschall in der Medizin : Organ der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Ultraschall in der Medizin (DEGUM) ... [et al.], Vol. 30. pp. 121-123.

Hoeller, Sylvia and Bihl, Michel P. and Tzankov, Alexandar and Kuehne, Thomas and Potthoff, Christian and Bruder, Elisabeth. (2009) New GATA1 mutation in codon 2 leads to the earliest known premature stop codon in transient myeloproliferative disorder. Blood, Vol. 114, H. 17. pp. 3717-3718.


Köhler, E. S. and Sankaranarayanan, S. and van Ginneken, C. J. and van Dijk, P. and Vermeulen, J. L. and Ruijter, J. M. and Lamers, W. H. and Bruder, E.. (2008) The human neonatal small intestine has the potential for arginine synthesis; developmental changes in the expression of arginine-synthesizing and -catabolizing enzymes. BMC developmental biology, Vol. 8. p. 107.

Wetli, S. C. and Leuschner, I. and Harms, D. and Rufle, A. and Foerster, A. and Bihl, M. and Graf, N. and Furtwaengler, R. and Paulussen, M. and Briner, J. and Aslanidis, C. and Schmitz, G. and Tornillo, L. and Mihatsch, M. J. and Zlobec, I. and Bruder, E.. (2008) KIT, PDGFRalpha and EGFR analysis in nephroblastoma. Virchows Archiv, Vol. 452. pp. 637-650.

Stoss, S. and Kalbermatten, D. F. and Robertson, A. and Bruder, E. and Rasmus, M. and Gambazzi, F. and Pierer, G.. (2008) Large cystic tumour at the chest wall mimicking an echinococcosis : a case report. Journal of plastic, reconstructive & aesthetic surgery, Vol. 61, H. 10 , e13-16.

Meier-Ruge, W. A. and Bruder, E.. (2008) Current concepts of enzyme histochemistry in modern pathology. Pathobiology, 75 (4). pp. 233-243.


Bruder, Elisabeth and Hofmeister, Jörg and Aslanidis, Charalampos and Hammer, Jürg and Bubendorf, Lukas and Schmitz, Gerd and Rufle, Alex and Bührer, Christoph. (2007) Ultrastructural and molecular analysis in fatal neonatal interstitial pneumonia caused by a novel ABCA3 mutation. Modern pathology, Vol. 20, no. 10. pp. 1009-1018.