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Hua, H; Münter, L; Harmeier, A; Georgiev, O; Multhaup, G; Schaffner, W (2011). Toxicity of Alzheimer's disease-associated Aβ peptide is ameliorated in a Drosophila model by tight control of zinc and copper availability. Biological Chemistry, 392(10):919-926.

Hua, H; Günther, V; Georgiev, O; Schaffner, W (2011). Distorted copper homeostasis with decreased sensitivity to cisplatin upon chaperone Atox1 deletion in Drosophila. BioMetals, 24(3):445-453.

Saini, N; Oelhafen, S; Hua, H; Georgiev, O; Schaffner, W; Büeler, H (2010). Extended lifespan of Drosophila parkin mutants through sequestration of redox-active metals and enhancement of anti-oxidative pathways. Neurobiology of Disease, 40(1):82-92.

Hua, H; Georgiev, O; Schaffner, W; Steiger, D (2010). Human copper transporter Ctr1 is functional in Drosophila, revealing a high degree of conservation between mammals and insects. Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry, 15(1):107-113.

Balamurugan, K; Hua, H; Georgiev, O; Schaffner, W (2009). Mercury and cadmium trigger expression of the copper importer Ctr1B, which enables Drosophila to thrive on heavy metal-loaded food. Biological Chemistry, 390(2):109-113.

Chen, X; Hua, H; Balamurugan, K; Kong, X; Zhang, L; George, G N; Georgiev, O; Schaffner, W; Giedroc, D P (2008). Copper sensing function of Drosophila metal-responsive transcription factor-1 is mediated by a tetranuclear Cu(I) cluster. Nucleic Acids Research, 36(9):3128-3138.

Hua, H. Drosophila melanogaster as a model to study metal homeostasis and amyyloid-b toxicity. 2008, University of Zurich, Faculty of Science.

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