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Betreute Dissertationen und Diplomarbeiten

2019

Klec, C Presenilin-1-mediated ER Ca2+ leak is an essential trigger for β-cell responsiveness to glucose
PhD-Studium (Doctor of Philosophy); Humanmedizin; [ Dissertation ] Medical University of Graz; 2019. pp. 85 [OPEN ACCESS]
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Bischof, H Development, characterization and application of novel genetically encoded, fluorescent potassium ion indicators
PhD-Studium (Doctor of Philosophy); Humanmedizin; [ Dissertation ] Graz Medical University; 2019. pp.

 

2018

Tiapko, O Exploring lipid-mediated TRPC signaling by light
PhD-Studium (Doctor of Philosophy); Humanmedizin; [ Dissertation ] Graz Medical University; 2018. pp.

 

Mhatre, K Crosstalk between FGF23- and Angiotensin II-mediated Ca2+ signaling in pathological cardiac hypertrophy.
PhD-Studium (Doctor of Philosophy); Humanmedizin; [ Dissertation ] Graz Medical University; 2018. pp. 157 [OPEN ACCESS]
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2016

Parichatikanond, W Studying the complexity of mitochondrial Ca2+ uptake: Structural reorganization of mitochondrial Ca2+ uptake 1 (MICU1) multimers for activation of mitochondrial Ca2+ uniporter (MCU) is exclusively controlled by cytosolic Ca2+
Doktoratsstudium der Medizinischen Wissenschaft; Humanmedizin; [ Dissertation ] Graz Medical University; 2016. pp. [OPEN ACCESS]
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2015

Li, C A STUDY ON MECHANOSENSITIVE ION CHANNELS IN BENIGN AND CANCEROUS HUMAN MAMMARY EPITHELIAL CELL LINES
Doktoratsstudium der Medizinischen Wissenschaft; Humanmedizin; [ Dissertation ] Graz Medical University; 2015. pp.103. [OPEN ACCESS]
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2012

Kargl, J Trafficking and Signaling of the G protein-coupled receptor 55
[ Dissertation ] Medical University of Graz; 2012. pp. 139 [OPEN ACCESS]
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2011

Frei, R THE ROLE OF CB2 - RECEPTOR LIGANDS IN EOSINOPHIL FUNCTION
[ Diplomarbeit/Master Thesis ] Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz; 2011. pp.60.

 

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