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Baresic, M; Salatino, S; Kupr, B; van Nimwegen, E; Handschin, C (2014). Transcriptional network analysis in muscle reveals AP-1 as a partner of PGC-1 in the regulation of the hypoxic gene program. Molecular and Cellular Biology, 34(16):2996-3012.

Egger, A; Samardzija, M; Sothilingam, V; Tanimoto, N; Lange, C; Salatino, S; Fang, L; Garcia-Garrido, M; Beck, S; Okoniewski, M J; Neutzner, A; Seeliger, M W; Grimm, C; Handschin, C (2012). PGC-1a determines light damage susceptibility of the murine retina. PLoS ONE, 7(2):e31272.

Summermatter, S; Troxler, H; Santos, G; Handschin, C (2011). Coordinated balancing of muscle oxidative metabolism through PGC-1α increases metabolic flexibility and preserves insulin sensitivity. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications (BBRC), 408(1):180-185.

Stein, S; Lohmann, C; Handschin, C; Stenfeldt, E; Borén, J; Lüscher, T F; Matter, C M (2010). ApoE-/- PGC-1α-/- mice display reduced IL-18 levels and do not develop enhanced atherosclerosis. PLoS ONE, 5(10):e13539.

Burch, N; Arnold, A; Item, F; Summermatter, S; Brochmann Santana Santos, G; Christe, M; Boutellier, U; Toigo, M; Handschin, C (2010). Electric pulse stimulation of cultured murine muscle cells reproduces gene expression changes of trained mouse muscle. PLoS ONE, 5(6):e10970.

Stein, S; Schäfer, N; Breitenstein, A; Besler, C; Winnik, S; Lohmann, C; Heinrich, K; Brokopp, C E; Handschin, C; Landmesser, U; Tanner, F C; Lüscher, T F; Matter, C M (2010). SIRT1 reduces endothelial activation without affecting vascular function in ApoE-/- mice. Aging, 2(6):353-360.

Handschin, C (2009). Peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor-γ coactivator-1α in muscle links metabolism to inflammation. Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology, 36(12):1139-1143.

Handschin, C (2009). The biology of PGC-1alpha and its therapeutic potential. Trends in Pharmacological Sciences, 30(6):322-329.

Zenhaeusern, G; Gubser, P; Eisele, P; Gasser, O; Steinhuber, A; Trampuz, A; Handschin, C; Luster, A D; Hess, C (2009). A high-mobility, low-cost phenotype defines human effector-memory CD8+ T cells. Blood, 113(1):95-99.

Choi, C S; Befroy, D E; Codella, R; Kim, S; Reznick, R M; Hwang, Y J; Liu, Z X; Lee, H Y; Distefano, A; Samuel, V T; Zhang, D; Cline, G W; Handschin, C; Lin, J; Petersen, K F; Spiegelman, B M; Shulman, G I (2008). Paradoxical effects of increased expression of PGC-1alpha on muscle mitochondrial function and insulin-stimulated muscle glucose metabolism. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), 105(50):19926-19931.

Handschin, C (2008). Induction of Drug Metabolism: Role for Nuclear Receptors. In: Ottow, E; Weinmann, H. Nuclear receptors as drug targets. Weinheim, Germany: Wiley-VCH, 453-468.

Handschin, C; Spiegelman, B M (2008). The role of exercise and PGC1α in inflammation and chronic disease. Nature, 454(7203):463-469.

Handschin, C; Choi, C S; Chin, S; Kim, S; Kawamori, D; Kurpad, A J; Neubauer, N; Hu, J; Mootha, V K; Kim, Y B; Kulkarni, R N; Shulman, G I; Spiegelman, B M (2007). Abnormal glucose homeostasis in skeletal muscle-specific PGC-1alpha knockout mice reveals skeletal muscle-pancreatic beta cell crosstalk. Journal of Clinical Investigation, 117(11):3463-3474.

Matter, C M; Handschin, C (2007). RANTES (regulated on activation, normal T cell expressed and secreted), inflammation, obesity, and the metabolic syndrome. Circulation, 115(8):946-948.

Handschin, C; Kobayashi, Y M; Chin, S; Seale, P; Campbell, K P; Spiegelman, B M (2007). PGC-1alpha regulates the neuromuscular junction program and ameliorates Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Genes and Development, 21(7):770-783.

Handschin, C; Blättler, S; Roth, A; Looser, R; Oscarson, M; Kaufmann, M R; Podvinec, M; Gnerre, C; Meyer, U A (2004). The evolution of drug-activated nuclear receptors: one ancestral gene diverged into two xenosensor genes in mammals. Nuclear Receptor, 2(1):7.

Beltzer, J P; Fiedler, K; Fuhrer, C; Geffen, I; Handschin, C; Wessels, H P; Spiess, M (1991). Charged residues are major determinants of the transmembrane orientation of a signal-anchor sequence. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 266(2):973-978.

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