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Artati, A. ; Prehn, C. & Adamski, J.: LC-MS/MS-based metabolomics for cell cultures. In: Cell-Based Assays Using iPSCs for Drug Development and Testing. 2019. 119-130 (Methods Mol. Biol. ; 1994)
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Backman, M.* et al.: Multi-omics insights into functional alterations of the liver in insulin-deficient diabetes mellitus. Mol. Metab., accepted (2019)
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Bijkerk, R.* et al.: Neutral endopeptidase inhibitors blunt kidney fibrosis by reducing myofibroblast formation. Clin. Sci. 133, 239-252 (2019)
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Chak, C.M. et al.: Ageing investigation using two-time-point metabolomics data from KORA and CARLA studies. Metabolites 9:44 (2019)
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Gängler, S.* et al.: Exposure to disinfection byproducts and risk of type 2 diabetes: A nested case–control study in the HUNT and Lifelines cohorts. Metabolomics 15:60 (2019)
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Ghaffari, M.H.* et al.: Biogenic amines: Concentrations in serum and skeletal muscle from late pregnancy until early lactation in dairy cows with high versus normal body condition score. J. Dairy Sci. 102, 6571-6586 (2019)
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Giménez-Dejoz, J.* et al.: Engineering aldo-keto reductase 1B10 to mimic the distinct 1B15 topology and specificity towards inhibitors and substrates, including retinoids and steroids. Chem. Biol. Interact. 307, 186-194 (2019)
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Henkel, F. et al.: House dust mite drives proinflammatory eicosanoid reprogramming and macrophage effector functions. Allergy 74, 1090-1101 (2019)
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Koivula, R.W.* et al.: Discovery of biomarkers for glycaemic deterioration before and after the onset of type 2 diabetes: Descriptive characteristics of the epidemiological studies within the IMI DIRECT Consortium. Diabetologia, accepted (2019)
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Liebsch, C.* et al.: The saliva metabolome in association to oral health status. J. Dent. Res. 98, 642-651 (2019)
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Masuch, A.* et al.: Metabolic signature associated with parameters of the complete blood count in apparently healthy individuals. J. Cell. Mol. Med., accepted (2019)
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Mitry, P. et al.: Associations between usual food intake and fecal sterols and bile acids: Results from the KORA FF4 study. Br. J. Nutr., accepted (2019)
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Mycielska, M.E.* et al.: Potential use of gluconate in cancer therapy. Front. Oncol. 9:522 (2019)
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Quell, J. et al.: Characterization of bulk phosphatidylcholine compositions in human plasma using side-chain resolving lipidomics. Metabolites 9:109 (2019)
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Renner, S.* et al.: Mild maternal hyperglycemia in INSC93S transgenic pigs causes impaired glucose tolerance and metabolic alterations in neonatal offspring. Dis. Model. Mech., accepted (2019)
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Rizner, T.L.* & Adamski, J.: Paramount importance of sample quality in pre-clinical and clinical research-Need for standard operating procedures (SOPs). J. Steroid Biochem. Mol. Biol. 186, 1-3 (2019)
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Vetrivel, S. et al.: Mutation in the mouse histone gene Hist2h3c1 leads to degeneration of the lens vesicle and severe microphthalmia. Exp. Eye Res., accepted (2019)
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Yang, Y.* et al.: Acylcarnitine profiles in serum and muscle of dairy cows receiving conjugated linoleic acids or a control fat supplement during early lactation. J. Dairy Sci. 102, 754-767 (2019)
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Borchard, S. et al.: The exceptional sensitivity of brain mitochondria to copper. Toxicol. Vitro 51, 11-22 (2018)
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Braun, F.* et al.: Structure-based design and profiling of novel 17 beta-HSD14 inhibitors. Eur. J. Med. Chem. 155, 61-76 (2018)