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2. Die Rolle des durch die MAP-Kinasen p38 und JNK aktivierten Transkriptionsfaktors c-Jun in Monozyten polytraumatisierter Patienten in der frühen posttraumatischen Phase


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3. A PROTECTIVE ROLE FOR INFLAMMASOME ACTIVATION FOLLOWING INJURY

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4. Trauma equals danger—damage control by the immune system

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5. Validation of Serum Markers for Blood-Brain Barrier Disruption in Traumatic Brain Injury

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6. Evaluation of effectiveness of instruction and study habits in two consecutive clinical semesters of the medical curriculum munich (MeCuM) reveals the need for more time for...

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7. Evaluation of effectiveness of instruction and study habits in two consecutive clinical semesters of the medical curriculum munich (MeCuM) reveals the need for more time for...


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8. Subject-Specific Increases in Serum S-100B Distinguish Sports-Related Concussion from Sports-Related Exertion

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