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Gaul, Daniel S; Weber, Julien; Van Tits, Lambertus J; Sluka, Susanna; Pasterk, Lisa; Reiner, Martin F; Calatayud, Natacha; Lohmann, Christine; Klingenberg, Roland; Pahla, Jürgen; Vdovenko, Daria; Tanner, Felix C; Camici, Giovanni G; Eriksson, Urs; Auwerx, Johan; Mach, François; Windecker, Stephan; Rodondi, Nicolas; L Uuml Scher, Thomas F; Winnik, Stephan; Matter, Christian M (2018). Loss of Sirt3 accelerates arterial thrombosis by increasing formation of neutrophil extracellular traps and plasma tissue factor activity. Cardiovascular Research, 114(8):1178-1188.

Reiner, Martin F; Akhmedov, Alexander; Stivala, Simona; Keller, Stephan; Gaul, Daniel S; Bonetti, Nicole R; Savarese, Gianluigi; Glanzmann, Martina; Zhu, Cuicui; Ruf, Wolfram; Yang, Zhihong; Matter, Christian M; Lüscher, Thomas F; Camici, Giovanni G; Beer, Juerg H (2017). Ticagrelor, but not clopidogrel, reduces arterial thrombosis via endothelial tissue factor suppression. Cardiovascular Research, 113(1):61-69.

Gaul, Daniel S. From caloric restriction to cardiovascular health: a protective role for Sirt3 and Sirt6 in atherothrombosis. 2017, University of Zurich, Faculty of Science.

Winnik, Stephan; Gaul, Daniel S; Siciliani, Giovanni; Lohmann, Christine; Pasterk, Lisa; Calatayud, Natacha; Weber, Julien; Eriksson, Urs; Auwerx, Johan; van Tits, Lambertus J; Lüscher, Thomas F; Matter, Christian M (2016). Mild endothelial dysfunction in Sirt3 knockout mice fed a high-cholesterol diet: protective role of a novel C/EBP-β-dependent feedback regulation of SOD2. Basic Research in Cardiology, 111(3):33.

Winnik, Stephan; Gaul, Daniel S; Preitner, Frédéric; Lohmann, Christine; Weber, Julien; Miranda, Melroy X; Liu, Yilei; Tits, Lambertus J; Mateos, José María; Brokopp, Chad E; Auwerx, Johan; Thorens, Bernard; Lüscher, Thomas F; Matter, Christian M (2014). Deletion of Sirt3 does not affect atherosclerosis but accelerates weight gain and impairs rapid metabolic adaptation in LDL receptor knockout mice: implications for cardiovascular risk factor development. Basic Research in Cardiology, 109(1):399.

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