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Patt, Melanie and Gysi, Joël and Faresse, Nourdine and Cidlowski, John A. and Odermatt, Alex. (2020) Protein phosphatase 1 alpha enhances glucocorticoid receptor activity by a mechanism involving phosphorylation of serine-211. Molecular and cellular endocrinology, 518. p. 110873.


Strajhar, Petra and Vizeli, Patrick and Patt, Melanie and Dolder, Patrick C. and Kratschmar, Denise V. and Liechti, Matthias E. and Odermatt, Alex. (2019) Effects of lisdexamfetamine on plasma steroid concentrations compared with d-amphetamine in healthy subjects: A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study. Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 186. pp. 212-225.

Akram, Muhammad and Patt, Melanie and Kaserer, Teresa and Temml, Veronika and Waratchareeyakul, Watcharee and Kratschmar, Denise V. and Haupenthal, Joerg and Hartmann, Rolf W. and Odermatt, Alex and Schuster, Daniela. (2019) Identification of the fungicide epoxiconazole by virtual screening and biological assessment as inhibitor of human 11β-hydroxylase and aldosterone synthase. Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 192. p. 105358.

Thompson, George R. and Beck, Katharina R. and Patt, Melanie and Kratschmar, Denise V. and Odermatt, Alex. (2019) Posaconazole-Induced Hypertension Due to Inhibition of 11β-Hydroxylase and 11β-Hydroxysteroid Dehydrogenase 2. Journal of the Endocrine Society, 3 (7). pp. 1361-1366.

Patt, Melanie. Xenobiotics interfering with corticosteroid action : from adrenal steroid synthesis to peripheral receptor activity. 2019, Doctoral Thesis, University of Basel, Faculty of Science.


Strajhar, Petra and Tonoli, David and Jeanneret, Fabienne and Imhof, Raphaella M. and Malagnino, Vanessa and Patt, Melanie and Kratschmar, Denise V. and Boccard, Julien and Rudaz, Serge and Odermatt, Alex. (2017) Steroid profiling in H295R cells to identify chemicals potentially disrupting the production of adrenal steroids. Toxicology, 381. pp. 51-63.