Wolfgang Wagner

Neurosurgery University Medical Center Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz 
"Wolfgang Wagner"
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M. Charles Liberman grad student 2007 Harvard Medical School (Neurotree)
 (Thema: "Olivocochleäre Efferenzen",)
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Franzen J, Nüchtern S, Tharmapalan V, et al. (2021) Epigenetic Clocks Are Not Accelerated in COVID-19 Patients. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 22
Schmidt M, Maixner F, Hotz G, et al. (2021) DNA methylation profiling in mummified human remains from the eighteenth-century. Scientific Reports. 11: 15493
Frantz D, Schug F, Okujeni A, et al. (2021) National-scale mapping of building height using Sentinel-1 and Sentinel-2 time series. Remote Sensing of Environment. 252: 112128
Božić T, Kuo CC, Hapala J, et al. (2021) Investigation of measurable residual disease in acute myeloid leukemia by DNA methylation patterns. Leukemia
Franzen J, Georgomanolis T, Selich A, et al. (2021) DNA methylation changes during long-term in vitro cell culture are caused by epigenetic drift. Communications Biology. 4: 598
Siahaan T, Reckert A, Becker J, et al. (2021) Molecular and morphological findings in a sample of oral surgery patients: What can we learn for multivariate concepts for age estimation? Journal of Forensic Sciences
Sibert NT, Ventura Ferreira MS, Wagner W, et al. (2021) Cord blood telomere shortening associates with increased gestational age and birth weight in preterm neonates. Experimental and Therapeutic Medicine. 21: 344
Han Y, Nikolić M, Gobs M, et al. (2020) Targeted methods for epigenetic age predictions in mice. Scientific Reports. 10: 22439
Schmidt M, Maié T, Dahl E, et al. (2020) Deconvolution of cellular subsets in human tissue based on targeted DNA methylation analysis at individual CpG sites. Bmc Biology. 18: 178
Kloubert V, Wessels I, Wolf J, et al. (2020) Zinc deficiency leads to reduced interleukin-2 production by active gene silencing due to enhanced CREMα expression in T cells. Clinical Nutrition (Edinburgh, Scotland)
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