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This is an Authoratory overview of author Ralph Schlapbach. According to available data, in 2006 Ralph Schlapbach published at least 4 articles. This work was completed in collaboration with several authors including Wagner, Ulrich and Gehrig, Peter. Many other authors have collaborated with Ralph Schlapbach as well. There is no information about the funding or the grants awarded to support this work.
Analysis of the article abstracts and the titles suggests that Ralph Schlapbach professional interests are focused around "outgrowth endothelial cells", "late outgrowth endothelial" and "apoptosis xenobiotic metabolism". These might also be referred to as "endothelial cells", "gene expression" or "cord blood". Statistical analysis shows that Ralph Schlapbach's writing is likely to contains terms "cells", "genes", "expression", "quercetin", "cancer" and "mistletoe".
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Ralph Schlapbach Coauthors (15) [all coauthors with the number of joint publications]
Affiliations (4) [condensed summary of the Ralph Schlapbach affiliations, the leading number and the color conveys importance]
- 1Rudjer Boskovic Institute, Division of Molecular Medicine, Bijenicka Cesta 54, 10002 Zagreb, Croatia.
1Department of Obstetrics, University Hospital Zurich, Switzerland.
1Biochemistry and Molecular Biotechnology Laboratory, Division of PHT, SK University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology, Shalimar Campus, Srinagar, Kashmir, India.
1HSW, Hochschule Wädenswil, Wädenswil, Switzerland.
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Keywords (32) [keywords assigned to Ralph Schlapbach articles by PubMed, the leading number and the color conveys importance]
- 4Humans | 2Cell Line, Tumor | 2Up-Regulation | 2Proteomics | 2Gene Expression Profiling | 2Oligonucleotide Array Sequence Analysis | 1Malus | 1Apoptosis | 1Plant Proteins | 1Gene Expression Regulation, Neoplastic | 1Breast Neoplasms | 1Electrophoresis, Gel, Two-Dimensional | 1Superoxide Dismutase | 1Lectins | 1Abies | 1Protein Array Analysis | 1Quercetin | 1Quercus | 1Oxidative Stress | 1Capillaries | 1Xenobiotics | 1Cell Cycle | 1Pinus | 1Fetal Blood | 1RNA, Messenger | 1Cells, Cultured | 1RNA, Neoplasm | 1Flavonoids | 1Reactive Oxygen Species | 1Gene Expression Regulation | 1Neoplasms | 1Down-Regulation
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- 19cells | 13genes | 12expression | 10quercetin | 10cancer | 9mistletoe | 8gene | 8endothelial | 8cell | 6stress | 6proteomics | 6drug | 6iscador | 6response | 5blood | 5treatment | 5mnsod | 4oecs | 4human | 4specific | 4co115 | 4cord | 4effect | 4colon | 4using | 3colon-adenocarcinoma | 3related | 3study | 3present | 3can | 3dna | 3resistance
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- 3outgrowth endothelial cells | 3late outgrowth endothelial | 3apoptosis xenobiotic metabolism | 3blood late outgrowth | 2underlying anti-cancer drug | 2drug treatment can | 2can proteomics point | 2events underlying anti-cancer | 2two-dimensional gel electrophoresis | 2light molecular events | 2anti-cancer drug treatment | 2casting light molecular | 2treatment can proteomics | 2differentially expressed genes | 2proteomics point view | 2molecular events underlying | 2endothelial cells accompanies | 2mnsod marks cord | 2human co115 colon-adenocarcinoma | 2genes related cell-cycle | 2xenobiotic metabolism human | 2robust resistance oxidative | 2quercetin expression genes | 2marks cord blood | 2arrest apoptosis xenobiotic | 2cord blood late | 2cells accompanies robust | 2related cell-cycle arrest | 2demonstrating effect quercetin | 2investigation demonstrating effect | 2colon-adenocarcinoma cells using | 2accompanies robust resistance
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Ralph Schlapbach Articles (4) [selected PubMed articles for the year 2006 with the links to a full text at PubMed]
Casting light on molecular events underlying anti-cancer drug treatment: what can be seen from the proteomics point of view? (2006) >>
Rudjer Boskovic Institute, Division of Molecular Medicine, Bijenicka Cesta 54, 10002 Zagreb, Croatia.1Sedic, Mirela, 11Pavelić, Kresimir, 8Scott, Mike, 1Kraljević, Sandra, 5Gehrig, Peter, 4Schlapbach, Ralph.
MnSOD marks cord blood late outgrowth endothelial cells and accompanies robust resistance to oxidative stress. (2006) >>
Department of Obstetrics, University Hospital Zurich, Switzerland.1Zisch, Andreas H, 2Cai, Hao, , 5Gehrig, Peter, 11Zimmermann, Roland, 4Schlapbach, Ralph.
A preliminary investigation demonstrating the effect of quercetin on the expression of genes related to cell-cycle arrest, apoptosis and xenobiotic metabolism in human CO115 colon-adenocarcinoma cells using DNA microarray. (2006) >>
Biochemistry and Molecular Biotechnology Laboratory, Division of PHT, SK University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology, Shalimar Campus, Srinagar, Kashmir, India.6Wagner, Ulrich, , , 2Murtaza, Imtiyaz, 3Dutt, Amit, 4Marra, Giancarlo, 2Patrignani, Andrea, 4Schlapbach, Ralph.
Gene expression profiles of different breast cancer cells compared with their responsiveness to fermented mistletoe (Viscum album L.) extracts Iscador from oak (Quercus), pine (Pinus), white fir (Abies) and apple tree (Malus) in vitro. (2006) >>
HSW, Hochschule Wädenswil, Wädenswil, Switzerland.6Wagner, Ulrich, 2Rist, Lukas, 1Rehrauer, Hubert, , 2Patrignani, Andrea, , 4Schlapbach, Ralph, .