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1. Primary biliary cirrhosis


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2. Zur Bedeutung von Proteinkinasen und Phosphatidylinositol- Kinasen für (anti-) cholestatische und (anti-) apoptotische Effekte von Gallensäuren in der Leberzelle


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3. Primary biliary cirrhosis

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4. Phosphatidylinositol-3-kinase p110γ Contributes to Bile Salt-Induced Apoptosis in Primary Rat Hepatocytes and Human Hepatoma Cells

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5. PKCε-dependent and -independent effects of taurolithocholate on PI3K/PKB pathway and taurocholate uptake in HuH-NTCP cell line

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6. Tauroursodeoxycholic acid exerts anticholestatic effects by a cooperative cPKC{alpha}-/PKA-dependent mechanism in rat liver


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7. cAMP-GEF cytoprotection by Src tyrosine kinase activation of phosphoinositide-3-kinase p110 β/α in rat hepatocytes

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8. Biliary Bicarbonate Secretion Constitutes a Protective Mechanism against Bile Acid-Induced Injury in Man


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