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Balmer, M L; Schürch, C M; Saito, Y; Geuking, M B; Li, H; Cuenca, M; Kovtonyuk, L V; Mc Coy, K D; Hapfelmeier, S; Ochsenbein, A F; Manz, M G; Slack, E; Mcpherson, A J (2014). Microbiota-derived compounds drive steady-state granulopoiesis via MyD88/TICAM signaling. Journal of Immunology, 193(10):5273-5283.

Matter, M S; Hilmenyuk, T; Claus, C; Marone, R; Schürch, C; Tinguely, M; Terracciano, L; Luther, S A; Ochsenbein, A F (2011). Destruction of lymphoid organ architecture and hepatitis caused by CD4+ T cells. PLoS ONE, 6(9):e24772.

Flatz, L; Hegazy, A N; Bergthaler, A; Verschoor, A; Claus, C; Fernandez-Rivas, M; Gattinoni, L; Johnson, S; Kreppel, F; Kochanek, S; Broek, M; Radbruch, A; Lévy, F; Lambert, P H; Siegrist, C A; Restifo, N P; Löhning, M; Ochsenbein, A F; Nabel, G J; Pinschewer, D D (2010). Development of replication-defective lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus vectors for the induction of potent CD8+ T cell immunity. Nature Medicine, 16(3):339-345.

Stupp, R; Hegi, M E; Neyns, B; Goldbrunner, R; Schlegel, U; Clement, P M; Grabenbauer, G G; Ochsenbein, A F; Simon, M; Dietrich, P Y; Pietsch, T; Hicking, C; Tonn, J C; Diserens, A C; Pica, A; Hermisson, M; Krueger, S; Picard, M; Weller, M (2010). Phase I/IIa study of cilengitide and temozolomide with concomitant radiotherapy followed by cilengitide and temozolomide maintenance therapy in patients with newly diagnosed glioblastoma. Journal of Clinical Oncology, 28(16):2712-2718.

Stupp, R; Hegi, M E; Neyns, B; Goldbrunner, R; Schlegel, U; Clement, P M J; Grabenbauer, G G; Ochsenbein, A F; Simon, M; Dietrich, P Y; Pietsch, T; Hicking, C; Tonn, J C; Diserens, A C; Pica, A; Hermisson, M; Krueger, S; Picard, M; Weller, M (2010). Reply to M.C. Chamberlain. Journal of Clinical Oncology, 28(33):e696-e697.

Ochsenbein-Imhof, Nadin; Ochsenbein, A F; Seifert, Burkhardt; Huch, Albert; Huch, Renate; Zimmermann, Roland (2002). Quantification of fetomaternal hemorrhage by fluorescence microscopy is equivalent to flow cytometry. Transfusion, 42(7):947-953.

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