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Werner, C M L; Scheyerer, M J; Schmitt, J; Wanner, G A; Simmen, H P (2012). Minimal-invasive, ballonassistierte Aufrichtung und innere Fixation von Tibiaplateaufrakturen. Der Unfallchirurg, 115(12):1126-1132.

Baur, K; Mertens, J C; Schmitt, J; Iwata, R; Stieger, B; Eloranta, J J; Frei, P; Stickel, F; Dill, M T; Seifert, Burkhardt; Bischoff Ferrari, H A; von Eckardstein, A; Bochud, P Y; Müllhaupt, B; Geier, A (2012). Combined effect of 25-OH vitamin D plasma levels and genetic Vitamin D Receptor (NR 1I1) variants on fibrosis progression rate in HCV patients. Liver International, 32(4):635-643.

Iwata, R; Baur, K; Stieger, B; Mertens, J C; Daly, A K; Frei, P; Braun, J; Vergopoulos, A; Stickel, F; Sabrane, K; Martin, I V; Schmitt, J; Goetze, O; Day, C P; Müllhaupt, B; Geier, A (2011). A common polymorphism in the ABCB11 gene is associated with advanced fibrosis in hepatitis C but not in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. Clinical Science, 120(7):287-296.

Fucentese, S F; Zingg, P O; Schmitt, J; Pfirrmann, C W; Meyer, D C; Koch, P P (2011). Classification of trochlear dysplasia as predictor of clinical outcome after trochleoplasty. Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy, 19(10):1655-1661.

Iwata, R; Stieger, B; Mertens, J C; Müller, T; Baur, K; Frei, P; Braun, J; Vergopoulos, A; Martin, I V; Schmitt, J; Goetze, O; Bibert, S; Bochud, P Y; Müllhaupt, B; Berg, T; Geier, A (2011). The role of bile acid retention and a common polymorphism in the ABCB11 gene as host factors affecting antiviral treatment response in chronic hepatitis C. Journal of Viral Hepatitis, 18(11):768-778.

Martin, I V; Schmitt, J; Minkenberg, A; Mertens, J C; Stieger, B; Mullhaupt, B; Geier, A (2010). Bile acid retention and activation of endogenous hepatic farnesoid-X-receptor in the pathogenesis of fatty liver disease in ob/ob-mice. Biological Chemistry, 391(12):1441-1449.

Schmitt, J; Williams, H (2010). Harmonising Outcome Measures for Eczema (HOME). Report from the First International Consensus Meeting (HOME 1), 24 July 2010, Munich, Germany. British Journal of Dermatology, 163(6):1166-1168.

Eiwegger, T; Stahl, B; Haidl, P; Schmitt, J; Boehm, G; Dehlink, E; Urbanek, R; Szépfalusi, Z (2010). Prebiotic oligosaccharides: In vitro evidence for gastrointestinal epithelial transfer and immunomodulatory properties. Pediatric Allergy and Immunology, 21(8):1179-1188.

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