II Publikationen zur ausführlichen Zusammenfassung

1. NÜRNBERG, P., ROEWER, L., NEITZEL, H., SPERLING, K., PÖPPERL, A., HUNDRIESER J., PÖCHE H., EPPLEN, C., ZISCHLER, H. & EPPLEN, J.T. (1989). DNA fingerprinting with the oligonucleotide probe (CAC)5/(GTG)5: somatic stability and germline mutations. Hum Genet 84, 75-78. Impact-Faktor:3.1

2. ROEWER, L., NÜRNBERG, P., FUHRMANN, E., ROSE, M., PROKOP, O. & EPPLEN, J.T. (1990). Stain analysis using oligonucleotide probes specific for simple repetitive DNA sequences. For Sci International 47, 59-70. Impact-Faktor:1.4

3. EPPLEN, J.T., AMMER, H., EPPLEN, C., KAMMERBAUER, C., MITREITER, R., ROEWER, L., SCHWAIGER, W., STEIMLE, V., ZISCHLER, H., ALBERT, E., ANDREAS, A., BEYERMANN, B., MEYER, W., BUITKAMP, J., NANDA, I., SCHMID, M., NÜRNBERG, P., PENA, S.D.J., PÖCHE, H., SPRECHER, W., SCHARTL, M., WEISING, K. & YASSOURIDIS, A. (1991). Oligonucleotide fingerprinting using simple repeat motifs: A convenient, ubiquitously applicable method to detect hypervariability for multiple purposes. In: DNA fingerprinting: Approaches and applications. Edited by BURKE, T., DOLF, G., JEFFREYS, A.J. & WOLFF, R., Birkhäuser-Verlag Basel/Switzerland, pp. 50-69.

4. EPPLEN, J.T., MELMER, G., SCHMIDT, P., ROEWER, L., HUNDRIESER, J., EPPLEN, C. & BUITKAMP, J. (1992). On the potential of simple repetitive DNA for fingerprinting in clinical, forensic and evolutionary dynamic studies. Clin Investigator 70, 1043-1051. Impact-Faktor:1.1

5. ROEWER, L., RIEß, O. & PROKOP, O. (1991). Hybridization and PCR amplification of simple repeated DNA sequences for the analysis of forensic stains. Electrophoresis 12, 181-186. Impact-Faktor:3.5

6. KUNSTMANN, E., BOCKER, T., ROEWER, L., SAUER, H., MEMPEL, W. & EPPLEN, J.T. (1992). Diagnosis of transfusion-associated graft-versus-host disease by genetic fingerprinting and polymerase chain reaction. Transfusion 32, 766-770. Impact-Faktor:3.8

7. ROEWER, L., ARNEMANN, J., SPURR, N.K., GRZESCHIK, K.H. & EPPLEN, J.T. (1992). Simple repeat sequences on the human Y chromosome are equally polymorphic as their autosomal counterparts. Hum Genet 89, 389-394. Impact-Faktor:3.1

8. GOMOLKA, M., HUNDRIESER, J., NÜRNBERG, P., ROEWER, L., EPPLEN, J.T. & EPPLEN, C. (1994). Selected di- and tetranucleotide microsatellites from chromosomes 7, 12, 14 and Y in various Eurasian populations. Hum Genet 93, 592-596. Impact-Faktor:3.1

9. KAYSER, M., CAGLIÁ, A., CORACH, D., FRETWELL, N., GEHRIG, C., GRAZIOSI, G., HEIDORN, F., HERRMANN, S., HERZOG, B., HIDDING, M., HONDA, K., JOBLING, M., KRAWCZAK, M., LEIM, K., MEUSER, S., MEYER, E., OESTERREICH, W., PANDYA, A., PARSON, W., PICCININI, A., PEREZ-LEZAUN, A., PRINZ, M., SCHMITT, C., SCHNEIDER, P.M., SZIBOR, R., TEIFEL-GREDING, J., WEICHHOLD, G., DE KNIJFF, P. & ROEWER, L. (1997). Evaluation of Y chromosomal STRs: A Multicenter Study. Int J Legal Med 110 (3), 125-133. Impact-Faktor:1.6

10. KAYSER, M., CAGLIÁ, A., CORACH, D., FRETWELL, N., GEHRIG, C., GRAZIOSI, G., HEIDORN, F., HERRMANN, S., HERZOG, B., HIDDING, M., HONDA, K., JOBLING, M., KRAWCZAK, M., LEIM, K., MEUSER, S., MEYER, E., OESTERREICH, W., PANDYA, A., PARSON, W., PICCININI, A., PEREZ-LEZAUN, A., PRINZ, M., SCHMITT, C., SCHNEIDER, P.M., SZIBOR, R., TEIFEL-GREDING, J., WEICHHOLD, G., DE KNIJFF, P. & ROEWER, L. (1997). Y-chromosomal STRs: Reference tables. Int J Legal Med 110 (3), 141-149. Impact-Faktor:1.6

11. KAYSER, M., NÜRNBERG, P., BERCOVITCH, F., NAGY, M. & ROEWER, L. (1995). Increased microsatellite variability in Macaca mulatta compared to human due to a large scale deletion/insertion event during primate evolution. Electrophoresis 16, 1607-1611. Impact-Faktor:3.4

12. KAYSER, M., RITTER, H., BERCOVITCH, F., MRUG, M., ROEWER, L. & NÜRNBERG, P. (1996). Identification of five highly polymorphic microsatellites in rhesus macaque Macaca mulatta by cross-species amplification. Mol Ecol 5, 157-159. Impact-Faktor:3.0

13. RIEß, O., KAMMERBAUER, C., ROEWER, L., STEIMLE, V., ANDREAS A., ALBERT, E., NAGAI, T. & EPPLEN, J.T. (1990). Hypervariability of intronic simple (gt)n(ga)m repeats in DRB genes. Immunogenetics 32, 110-116. Impact-Faktor:2.9

14. KAYSER, M., ROEWER, L., HEDMAN, M., HENKE, L., HENKE, J., BRAUER, S., KRÜGER, C., KRAWCZAK, M., NAGY, M., DOBOSZ, T., SZIBOR, R., DE KNIJFF, P., STONEKING, M. & SAJANTILA, A. (2000) Characteristics and frequency of germline mutations at microsatellite loci from the human Y chromosome, as revealed by direct observation in father / son pairs. Am J Hum Genet 66, 1580-1588. Impact-Faktor:10.4

15. DE KNIJFF, P., KAYSER, M., CAGLIÁ, A., CORACH, D., FRETWELL, N., GEHRIG, C., GRAZIOSI, G., HEIDORN, F., HERRMANN, S., HERZOG, B., HIDDING, M., HONDA, K., JOBLING, M., KRAWCZAK, M., LEIM, K., MEUSER, S., MEYER, E., OESTERREICH, W., PANDYA, A., PARSON, W., PICCININI, A., PEREZ-LEZAUN, A., PRINZ, M., SCHMITT, C., SCHNEIDER, P.M., SZIBOR, R., TEIFEL-GREDING, J., WEICHHOLD, G. & ROEWER, L. (1997). Chromosome Y microsatellites: population genetic and evolutionary aspects. Int J Legal Med 110 (3), 134-140. Impact-Faktor:1.6

16. ROEWER, L., KAYSER, M., DIELTJES, P., NAGY, M., BAKKER, E., KRAWCZAK, M. & DE KNIJFF, P. (1996). Analysis of Molecular Variance (AMOVA) of Y-chromosome specific microsatellites in two closely related human populations. Hum Mol Genet 5 (7), 1029-1033. Corrigendum (1997). Hum Mol Genet 6 (5), 828. Impact-Faktor:9.4

17. ROEWER, L., KAYSER, M., DE KNIJFF, P., ANSLINGER, K., CAGLIÁ, A., CORACH, D., FÜREDI, S., HENKE, L., HIDDING, M., KÄRGEL, H.-J., LESSIG, R., NAGY, M., PASCALI, V.L., PARSON, W., ROLF, B., SCHMITT, C., SZIBOR, R., TEIFEL-GREDING, J. & KRAWCZAK, M. (2000). A new method for the evaluation of matches in non-recombining genomes: application to Y-chromosomal short tandem repeat (STR) haplotypes in European males. For Sci International 114 (1): 31- 43. Impact-Faktor:1.4

18. KAYSER, M., DE KNIJFF, P., DIELTJES, P., KRAWCZAK, M., NAGY, M., ZERJAL, T., PANDYA, A., TYLER-SMITH, C. & ROEWER, L. (1997). Applications of microsatellite based Y chromosome haplotyping. Electrophoresis 18, 1602-1607. Impact-Faktor:3.4

19. ROEWER, L. & EPPLEN, J.T. (1992). Rapid and sensitive typing of forensic stains by PCR amplification of polymorphic simple repeat sequences in case work. For Sci International 53, 163-171. Impact-Faktor:1.4

20. HONDA, K., ROEWER, L. & DE KNIJFF, P. (1999). Male DNA typing from 25-year-old vaginal swabs using Y STR polymorphisms in retrial request case. J Forensic Sci 44 (4), 868-872. Impact-Faktor:1.0

21. ROLF, B., KEIL, W., BRINKMANN, B., ROEWER, L. & FIMMERS, R. (2000). Paternity testing using Y-STR haplotypes: Assigning a probability for paternity in cases of mutations. Int J Legal Med (in press)

22. SZIBOR, R., KAYSER, M. & ROEWER, L. (2000). Identification of the Human Y-Chromosomal Microsatellite DYS19 from degraded DNA. Am J Foren Med Path 21(3): 252-254. Impact-Faktor:0.6

23. ROEWER, L., NAGY, M., SCHMIDT, P., EPPLEN, J.T. & HERZOG-SCHRÖDER, G. (1993). Microsatellite and HLA class II oligonucleotide typing in a population of Yanomami Indians. In: DNA fingerprinting: State of the Science. Edited by PENA, S.D.J., CHAKRABORTY, R., EPPLEN, J.T., JEFFREYS, A.J., Birkhäuser Verlag Basel Boston Berlin, pp. 221-230.

24. ZERJAL, T., DASHNYAM, B., PANDYA, A., KAYSER, M., ROEWER, L., SANTOS, F.R., SCHIEFENHÖVEL, W., FRETWELL, N., JOBLING, M.A., HARIHARA, S., SHIMIZU, K., SEMJIDMAA, D., SAJANTILA, A., SALO, P., CRAWFORD, M.H., GINTER, E.K., EVGRAFOV, O.V. & TYLER-SMITH, C. (1997). Genetic Relationships of Asians and Northern Europeans, revealed by Y-chromosomal DNA analysis. Am J Hum Genet 60, 1174-1183. Impact-Faktor:10.4

25. HAGELBERG, E., KAYSER, M., NAGY, M., ROEWER, L., ZIMDAHL, H., KRAWCZAK, M., LIÓ, P. & SCHIEFENHÖVEL, W. (1999). Molecular genetic evidence for the human settlement of the Pacific: analysis of mitochondrial DNA, Y chromosome and HLA markers. Philos T Roy Soc B 354, 141-152. Impact-Faktor:2.9

26. ZIMDAHL, H., SCHIEFENHÖVEL, W., KAYSER, M., ROEWER, L. & NAGY, M. (1999). Towards understanding the origin and dispersal of Austronesians in the Solomon Sea: HLA class II polymorphism in eight distinct populations of Asia-Oceania. Eur J Immunogenet 26, 405-416. Impact-Faktor:1.7

27. FORSTER, P., KAYSER, M., MEYER, E., ROEWER, L., PFEIFFER, H., BENKMANN, H. & BRINKMANN, B. (1998). Phylogenetic resolution of complex mutational features at Y-STR DYS390 in aboriginal Australians and Papuans. Mol Biol Evol 15, 1108-1114. Impact-Faktor:5.3

28. KAYSER, M., KRAWCZAK, M., EXCOFFIER, L., DIELTJES, P., CORACH, D., PASCALI, V., GEHRIG, C., BERNINI, L.F., JESPERSEN, J., BAKKER, E., ROEWER, L. & DE KNIJFF, P. (2001). Extensive analysis of chromosome Y microsatellite haplotypes from globally dispersed human populations. Am J Hum Genet 68, 990-1018. Impact-Faktor:10.4

29. KAYSER, M., BRAUER, S., WEISS, G., UNDERHILL, P., ROEWER, L., SCHIEFENHÖVEL, W. & STONEKING, M. (2000). Melanesian Origin of Polynesian Y Chromosomes. Curr Biol 10, 1237 – 1246. Corrigendum (2001). Curr Biol, 11(2). Impact-Faktor:8.7

30. ROSSER, Z.H., ZERJAL, T., HURLES,M.E., ADOJAAN, M., ALAVANTIC, D., AMORIM, A., AMOS, W., ARMENTEROS, M., ARROYO, E., BARBUJANI, G., BECKMAN, L., BERTRANPETIT, J., BOSCH, E., BRADLEY, D.G., BREDE, G., COOPER, G.C., CORTE-REAL, H., DE KNIJFF, P., DECORTE, R., DUBROVA, Y.E., EVGRAFOV, O., GILISSEN, A., GLISIC, S., GÖLGE, M., HILL, E.W., JEZIOROVSKA, A., KALAYDIJEVA, L., KAYSER, M., KRAVCHENKO, S.A., LAVINHA, J., LIVSHITS, L.A., MARIA, S., MCELREAVEY, K., MEITINGER, T.A., MELEGH, B., MITCHELL, R.J., NICHOLSON, J., NORBY, S., NOVELETTO, A., PANDYA, A., PARIK, J., PATSALIS, P.C., PEREIRA, L., PETERLIN, B., PIELBERG, G., PRATA, M.J., PREVIDERÉ, C., RAJCZY, K., ROEWER, L., ROOTSI, S., RUBINSZTEIN, D.C., SAILLARD, J., SANTOS, F.R., SHLUMUKOVA, M., STEFANESCU, G., SYKES, B.C., TOLUN, A., VILLEMS, R., TYLER-SMITH, C. & JOBLING, M.A. (2000). Y-chromosomal diversity within Europe is clinal and influenced primarily by geography rather than language. Am J Hum Genet 67, 1526-1543. Erratum (2001). Am J Hum Genet 68, 1075. Impact-Faktor:10.4

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