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Veröffentlichungen

Functional aspects of three molecules associated with metastasis development in human malignant melanoma
Judith P. Johnson, Jürgen M. Lehmann, Barbara G. Stade, Ute Rothbächer, Christine Sers & Gert Riethmüller
Invasion and Metastasis 9, 338-350 (1989)

Genomic organization of the melanoma-associated glycoprotein MUC18: implications for the evolution of the immunoglobulin domains
Christine Sers, Kathrin Kirsch, Ute Rothbächer, Gert Riethmüller & Judith P. Johnson
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 90, 8514-8518 (1993)

The progression-associated antigen MUC18: a unique member of the immunoglobulin superfamily
Judith P.Johnson, Ute Rothbächer & Christine Sers
Melanoma Research 3, 337-340 (1993)

MUC18, a melanoma-progression associated molecule, and its potential role in tumor vascularization and hematogenous spread
Christine Sers, Gert Riethmüller & Judith P. Johnson
Cancer Research 54, 5689-5694 (1994)

Regulation of MUC18 expression by cAMP and phorbol esters
Margaret M. Rummel, Christine Sers & Judith P. Johnson
Cancer Research 56, 2218-2223 (1996)

MUC18, a cell adhesion molecule with a potential role in tumor growth and tumor cell dissemination.
Judith P. Johnson, Margaret M . Rummel, Ute Rothbächer & Christine Sers
Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology, 213/1, 95-104 (1996)


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Growth-inhibitory activity and downregulation of the classII tumor-suppressor gene H-rev107 in tumor cell lines and experimental tumors
Christine Sers, Urban Emmenegger, Knut Husmann, Katharina Bucher, Ann-Kathrin Andres & Reinhold Schäfer
Journal of Cell Biology 136, 935-944 (1997)

Transcriptional and translational downregulation of H-REV107-1, a tumor suppressor gene located on human chromosome 11q11-13.
Knut Husmann, Christine Sers, Ellen Fietze, Antoaneta Mincheva, Peter Lichter and Reinhold Schäfer
Oncogene 17, 1305-1312 (1998)
First authors with equal contribution: Knut Husmann and Christine Sers

Gene expression profiling of fibroblasts resistant towards oncogene-mediated transformation reveals preferential transcription of negative growth regulators.
Oleg I. Tschernitsa, Johannes Zuber, Christine Sers, Roland Brinckmann, Susan K. Britsch, Volker Adams, & Reinhold Schäfer.
Oncogene 18, 5448-5454 (1999)

A genome-wide survey of RAS transformation targets.
Johannes Zuber, Oleg I. Tschernitsa, Bernd Hinzmann, Anne-Chantal Schmitz, Martin Grips, Martin Hellriegel, Christine Sers, André Rosenthal & Reinhold Schäfer.
Nat Genetics 24, 144-152 (2000)

Oncogenic transformation increases the sensitivity for apoptosis induction by inhibitors of macromolecular synthesis
Agnes Schwieger, Jörg Hanusch, Christine Sers, Reinhold Schäfer & Georg Bauer
International Journal of Oncolology 17, 89-95 (2000)

Extracting Information from cDNA Arrays
Hanspeter Herzel, Dieter Beule, Szymon Kielbasa, Jan Korbel, Christine Sers, Arif Malik, Holger Eickhoff, Hans Lehrach, Johannes Schuchhardt
CHAOS 11 (1), 1-10 (2001)


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Down-regulation of Caveolin-1, a candidate tumor suppressor gene, in sarcomas
Kai Wiechen, Christine Sers, Manfred Dietel, Peter M. Schlag and Ulrike Schneider
American Journal of Pathology 158, 833-839 (2001)

RAS oncogene expression determines sensitivity for intercellular induction of apoptosis
Agnes Schwieger, Lilian Bauer, Jörg Hanusch, Christine Sers, Reinhold Schäfer and Georg Bauer.
Carcinogenesis 22, 1385-1392 (2001)

Caveolin-1 is down-regulated in human ovarian carcinomas and acts as a candidate tumor suppressor gene
Kai Wiechen, Luda Diatchenko, Alexander Agoulnik, Bakhyt Zhumabayeva, Sejal Desai, Sai Htun, K. Michael Scharff, Karim Hyder, Paul D. Siebert, Manfred Dietel, Reinhold Schäfer and Christine Sers
American Journal of Pathology 159, 1635-1643 (2001)

Gene expression profiling in solid tumors and oncogene-transformed cell lines using subtractive suppression hybridization and cDNA arrays
Christine Sers, Luda Diatchenko, Oleg I. Tchernitsa, Johannes Zuber, Kai Wiechen, Alexander Agoulnik, Bakhyt Zhumabayeva, Sejal Desai, Sai Htun, K.Michael Scharff, Karim Hyder, Paul D. Siebert and Reinhold Schäfer
Adv. Enzyme Reg. 42, 63-82 (2002)

The classII tumorsuppressor gene H-REV107-1 is a target of interferon-regulatory factor 1 and is involved in IFNγ-induced cell death in human ovarian carinoma cells
Christine Sers, Knut Husmann, Irina Nazarenko, Steffen Reich, Bakhyt Zhumabayeva, Punam Adhikari, Katharina Schroeder, Artur Gontarewicz, and Reinhold Schäfer
Oncogene 21, 2829-2839 (2002)

Nitric oxide mediates apoptosis induction selectively in transformed fibroblasts compared to nontransformed fibroblasts

Stefanie Heigold, Christine Sers, Wibke Brechtl, Boris Ivanovas, Reinhold Schäfer and Georg Bauer
Carcinogenesis 23, 929-941 (2002)


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In the presence of bone marrow stromal cells human multiple myeloma cells become independent of the IL-6/gp130/STAT3 pathway
Manik Chatterjee, Dirk Hönemann, Suzanne Lentzsch, Kurt Bommert, Christine Sers, Pia Herrmann, Stephan Mathas, Bernd Dörken and Ralf C. Bargou
Blood 100, 3311-3318 (2002)

Immunocytochemistry reveals RANKL expression of myeloma cells
Orhan Sezer, Ulrike Heider, Christian Jakob, Ivana Zavrski, Jan Euker, Kurt Possinger, Christine Sers and Veit Krenn
Blood 99, 4646-4647 (2002)

The transcriptional basis of KRAS-mediated cellular transformation in ovarian epithelial cells
Oleg I. Tchernitsa, Christine Sers, Johannes Zuber, Bernd Hinzmann, Martin Grips, Martin Hellriegel, André Rosenthal and Reinhold Schäfer
First authors with equal contribution: Oleg Tchernitsa and Christine Sers
submitted

Buchbeiträge

cDNA cloning of two closely related melanoma glycoproteins: MUC18, a marker for tumor progression and MUC18rep, a new member of the immunoglobulin superfamily in:
Jürgen M. Lehmann, Christine Sers, Gert Riethmüller and Judith P. Johnson
Human Tumor Antigens and Specific Tumor Therapy; Alan R. Liss Inc (1989) pages 45-52

Molekulare Medizin. Grundlagen, Pathomechanismen, Klinik
3.9 Signalübertragung (167-168)
Reinhold Schäfer und Christine Sers
Walter de Gruyter 2000


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