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Stover, J F; Kempski, O S (2005). Anesthesia increases circulating glutamate in neurosurgical patients. Acta Neurochirurgica, 147(8):847-853.

Stover, J F; Sakowitz, O W; Kroppenstedt, S N; Thomale, U W; Kempski, O S; Fl├╝gge, G; Unterberg, A W (2004). Differential effects of prolonged isoflurane anesthesia on plasma, extracellular, and CSF glutamate, neuronal activity, 125I-Mk801 NMDA receptor binding, and brain edema in traumatic brain-injured rats. Acta Neurochirurgica, 146(8):819-830.

Stover, J F; Kroppenstedt, S N; Thomale, U W; Kempski, O S; Unterberg, A W (2000). Isoflurane doubles plasma glutamate and increases posttraumatic brain edema. In: Mendelow, A D. Brain edema XI. Wien: Springer, 375-378.

Stover, J F; Morganti-Kosmann, M C; Lenzlinger, P M; Stocker, R; Kempski, O S; Kossmann, T (1999). Glutamate and taurine are increased in ventricular cerebrospinal fluid of severely brain-injured patients. Journal of Neurotrauma, 16(2):135-142.

Stover, J F; Kempski, O S (1999). Glutamate-containing parenteral nutrition doubles plasma glutamate: a risk factor in neurosurgical patients with blood-brain barrier damage? Critical Care Medicine, 27(10):2252-2256.

Stover, J F; Pleines, U E; Morganti-Kossmann, M C; Stocker, R; Kempski, O S; Kossmann, T (1999). Thiopental and midazolam do not seem to impede metabolism of glutamate in brain-injured patients. Psychopharmacology, 141(1):66-70.

Stover, J F; Lowitzsch, K; Kempski, O S (1997). Cerebrospinal fluid hypoxanthine, xanthine and uric acid levels may reflect glutamate-mediated excitotoxicity in different neurological diseases. Neuroscience Letters, 238(1-2):25-28.

Stover, J F; Pleines, U E; Morganti-Kossmann, M C; Kossmann, T; Lowitzsch, K; Kempski, O S (1997). Neurotransmitters in cerebrospinal fluid reflect pathological activity. European Journal of Clinical Investigation, 27(12):1038-1043.

Stover, J F; Hopf, N J; Perneczky, A; Kempski, O S (1995). Unspecific metabolic blood parameters as used in clinical routine may differentiate malignant from benign cerebral tumors. Cancer Letters, 95(1-2):147-152.

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