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Birkenfeld, A.L. ; Jordan, J.* ; Dworak, M.* ; Merkel, T.* & Burnstock, G.*: Myocardial metabolism in heart failure: Purinergic signalling and other metabolic concepts. Pharmacol. Ther. 194, 132-144 (2019)
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Söllner, W.* et al.: The relationship between attachment orientations and the course of depression in coronary artery disease patients: A secondary analysis of the SPIRR-CAD trial. J. Psychosomat. Res. 108, 39-46 (2018)
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Mueller, M.M.* et al.: The influence of attachment styles on depression in coronary heart patients: Results of a secondary analysis of the randomized, controlled, multicentric SPIRR-CAD Study (Stepwise Psychotherapy intervention for reducing risk in coronary artery disease). Z. Psychosom. Med. Psychother. 63, 93-95 (2017)
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von Loeffelholz, C.* et al.: The human longevity gene homolog INDY and interleukin-6 interact in hepatic lipid metabolism. Hepatology 66, 616-630 (2017)
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von Loeffelholz, C.* et al.: ANGPTL8 (Betatrophin) is expressed in visceral adipose tissue and relates to human hepatic steatosis in two independent clinical collectives. Horm. Metab. Res. 49, 343-349 (2017)
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Willmes, D.M. et al.: The longevity gene INDY (I'm Not Dead Yet) in metabolic control: Potential as pharmacological target. Pharmacol. Ther., accepted (2017)
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Herrmann-Lingen, C.* et al.: A stepwise psychotherapy intervention for reducing risk in coronary artery disease: Results of an observer-blinded, multicenter, randomized trial in depressed patients with coronary artery disease. Psychosom. Med. 78, 704-715 (2016)
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Jordan, J.* ; El-Armouche, A.* ; Hanefeld, M.* ; Bornstein, S.R. & Birkenfeld, A.L.: CV Protection in the EMPA-REG OUTCOME Trial: A "Thrifty Substrate" Hypothesis. Diabetes Care 2016;39:1108-1114. Diabetes Care 39, E224-E225 (2016)
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Ronel, J.* et al.: Inflammatory stress, coronary heart disease and psychosocial factors. First inflammatory results of the SPIRR-CAD-study. Z. Psychosom. Med. Psychother. 62, 82-83 (2016)
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Albus, C.* et al.: Rationale, design, and baseline data of the SPIRR-CAD trial. Psychosom. Med. 76, A20 (2014)
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Herrmann-Lingen, C.* et al.: A stepwise psychotherapy intervention to reduce risk in coronary artery disease (SPIRR-CAD) first results of a large randomized multicenter trial. Psychosom. Med. 76, A20 (2014)
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Ladwig, K.-H. et al.: Position paper on the importance of psychosocial factors in cardiology: Update 2013. GMS Psycho-Social-Medicine 12:Doc09 (2014)
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Ladwig, K.-H. et al.: Positionspapier zur Bedeutung psychosozialer Faktoren in der Kardiologie. Update 2013. Kardiologe 7, 7-27 (2013)
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Albus, C.* et al.: A stepwise psychotherapy intervention for reducing risk in coronary artery disease (SPIRR-CAD) - rationale and design of a multicenter, randomized trial in depressed patients with CAD. J. Psychosomat. Res. 71, 215-222 (2011)
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Ladwig, K.-H. et al.: Positionspapier zur Bedeutung von psychosozialen Faktoren in der Kardiologie. Kardiologe 2, 274-287 (2008)