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Ausgewählte Literatur (Grundlagenforschung)

  

Petersen C, Biermanns D, Kuske M, Schäkel K, Meyer-Junghänel L, Mildenberger,H
New aspects in a murine infectious model for extrahepatic biliary atresia
 J Pediatr Surg  32 (1997): 1190 - 1195

  

Petersen C, Bruns E, Kuske M, v. Wussow P
Treatment of extrahepatic biliary atresia with interferon -  in a murine infectious model
 Pediatr Res  42 (1997): 623 - 628

  

Petersen C, Kuske M, Bruns E, Biermanns D, v.Wussow P, Mildenberger H
 Progress in developing animal models for biliary atresia
 Eur J Pediatr Surg 8 (1998): 137 – 141

   

Petersen C, Grasshoff S, Luciano L
 Diverse morphology of biliary atresia in an animal model
 J Hepatol 28 (1998): 603 - 607

   

Czech-Schmidt G, Verhagen W, Szavay P, Leonhardt J, Petersen C
 Immunological gap in the infectious animal model for biliary atresia
 J Surg Res 101 (2001): 62 – 67

   

Szavay P, Leonhardt J, Czech-Schmidt G, Petersen C
The role of Reovirus typ 3 infection in an established murine model for biliary atresia
Eur J Pediatr Surg 12 (2002): 248 - 250

   

Chan R, Tan C, Czech-Schmidt G, Petersen C
Compterized three-dimensional study of a rotavirus model of biliary atresia: comparison with human biliary atresia
Pediatr Surg Int 21 (2005): 1-6

   

J. Kübler, Czech-Schmidt G, Leonhardt J, Ure BM, Petersen C
Type-I but not type-II interferon receptor knockout mice are susceptible to biliary  atresia.
Pediatr Res 59 (2006) 790-426

   


Leonhardt J, Stanulla M, v Wasielewski R, Skokowa J, Kübler J, Ure B M, Petersen C
Gene expression profile of the infective murine model for biliary atresia.
 Pediatr Surg Int 22 (2006): 84-9

   

Wehrmann F, Kuebler JF, Wienecke S, Al-Masri AN, Petersen C, Leonhardt J Functional  Mx Protein Does Not Prevent Experimental Biliary Atresia In Balb/c  Mice
 Eur J Pediatr Surg 18 (2008):318-21

   

Leonhardt J, Kuebler J F, Turowski C,  Tschernig T,  Geffers R, Petersen C
 Susceptibility to Experimental Biliary Atresia is Linked to Different Hepatic Gene  Expression Profiles in Various Mouse Strains
 Hepatol Res. 2010 Feb;40(2):196-203 

       

Petersen C, Turowski C, Ure BM
Prevention of biliary atresia in the experimental mouse model provides a new  approach to elucidate its immune pathomechanism. (letter)
J Pediatr Surg 45 (2010): 285 – 6 (letter)

   

Turowski C, Leonhardt J, Teichmann B, Heim A, Baumann U, Kuebler JF, Petersen C.
Preconceptional oral vaccination prevents experimental biliary atresia in newborn  mice.
Eur J Pediatr Surg. 2010 May;20(3):158-63.

       

Petersen C
 Biliary atresia: the animal models
 Sem Pediatr Surg 2012; 21:185-91