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Weller, Michael; Tabatabai, G; Kästner, B; Felsberg, J; Steinbach, J P; Wick, A; Schnell, O; Hau, P; Herrlinger, U; Sabel, M C; Wirsching, H G; Ketter, R; Bähr, O; Platten, M; Tonn, J C; Schlegel, U; Marosi, C; Goldbrunner, R; Stupp, R; Homicsko, K; Pichler, J; Nikkhah, G; Meixensberger, J; Vajkoczy, P; Kollias, S; Hüsing, J; Reifenberger, G; Wick, W (2015). MGMT Promoter Methylation Is a Strong Prognostic Biomarker for Benefit from Dose-Intensified Temozolomide Rechallenge in Progressive Glioblastoma: The DIRECTOR Trial. Clinical Cancer Research, 21(9):2057-2064.

Merz, T M; Bosch, M M; Barthelmes, D; Pichler, J; Hefti, U; Schmitt, K U; Bloch, K E; Schoch, O D; Hess, T; Turk, A J; Schwarz, U (2013). Cognitive performance in high-altitude climbers: a comparative study of saccadic eye movements and neuropsychological tests. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 113(8):2015-2037.

Hofer, S; Elandt, K; Greil, R; Hottinger, A F; Huber, U; Lemke, D; Marosi, C; Ochsenbein, A; Pichler, J; Roelcke, U; Weder, P; Zander, T; Wick, W; Weller, M (2011). Clinical outcome with bevacizumab in patients with recurrent high-grade glioma treated outside clinical trials. Acta Oncologica, 50(5):630-635.

Bloch, K E; Turk, A J; Maggiorini, M; Hess, T; Merz, T; Bosch, M M; Barthelmes, D; Hefti, U; Pichler, J; Senn, O; Schoch, O D (2009). Effect of ascent protocol on acute mountain sickness and success at Muztagh Ata, 7546 m. High Altitude Medicine and Biology, 10(1):25-32.

Bosch, M M; Merz, T M; Barthelmes, D; Petrig, B L; Truffer, F; Bloch, K E; Turk, A; Maggiorini, G; Hess, T; Schoch, O D; Hefti, U; Sutter, F K P; Pichler, J; Huber, A; Landau, K (2009). New insights into ocular blood flow at very high altitudes. Journal of Applied Physiology, 106(2):454-460.

Pichler, J; Risch, L; Hefti, U; Merz, T M; Turk, A J; Bloch, K E; Maggiorini, M; Hess, T; Barthelmes, D; Schoch, O D; Risch, G; Huber, A R (2008). Glomerular filtration rate estimates decrease during high altitude expedition but increase with Lake Louise acute mountain sickness scores. Acta Physiologica, 192(3):443-450.

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