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Journal Article (5)

  1. Journal Article
    Lakomek, M.; Schröter, W.; De Mayer, G.; Winkler, A. H.: On the diagnosis of erythrocyte enzyme defects in the presence of high reticulocyte counts. British Journal of Haematology 72 (3), pp. 445 - 451 (1989)
  2. Journal Article
    Friederichs, E.; Radisch, T.; Winkler, A. H.: Calcium content of the erythrocytes: a sensitive and easy handling method for measuring free calcium ions, and modulation of the Ca2+ ion concentration by the calcium antagonists nifedipine and pentoxifylline. Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology 16 (5), pp. 387 - 394 (1989)
  3. Journal Article
    Friederichs, E.; Winkler, A. H.; Tillmann, W.: Influence of the red blood cell Ca2+-ion concentration on the erythrocyte aggregation in stasis. Biochemical Medicine and Metabolic Biology 41 (2), pp. 85 - 92 (1989)
  4. Journal Article
    Reiter, J.; Beyer, A.; Potschka, M.; Schuster, P.; Winkler, A. H.; Ebeling, H.; Franck, E. U.: Proton-transfer reactions of dibasic acids in aqueous solution: 3-hydroxypyridine and anthranilic acid. Journal of Physical Chemistry 93 (1), pp. 442 - 451 (1989)
  5. Journal Article
    Kempfle, M. A.; Müller, R. F.; Palluk, R.; Winkler, A. H.: The binding of fluorescent 4,6,8(14)-triene-3-one steroids to cyclodextrins as a model for steroid-protein interactions. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - General Subjects 923 (1), pp. 83 - 87 (1987)

Conference Paper (3)

  1. Conference Paper
    Lakomek, M.; Winkler, A. H.; Maeyer, G.; Schroter, W.: A better approach to the diagnosis of erythrocyte enzyme defects in the presence of high reticulocytosis. European Journal of Pediatrics 146 (3), p. 319 - 319 (1987)
  2. Conference Paper
    Friederichs, E.; Lakomek, M.; Winkler, A. H.; Tillmann, W.; Schröter, W.: The influence of intraerythrocyte calcium concentrations on erythrocyte aggregation. Klinische Wochenschrift 64 (21), p. 1158 - 1158 (1986)
  3. Conference Paper
    Friederichs, E.; Lakomek, M.; Winkler, A. H.; Tillmann, W.; Schröter, W.: Improved solubility of deoxygenated sickle-cells hemoglobins caused by increase in calcium-concentration in erythrocytes. Klinische Wochenschrift 64 (21), p. 1158 - 1158 (1986)
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