Franz Oesch

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University of Mainz, Germany, Mainz, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany 
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Oesch F, Honarvar N, Fabian E, et al. (2021) N-vinyl compounds: studies on metabolism, genotoxicity, carcinogenicity. Archives of Toxicology
Oesch F, Oesch-Bartlomowicz B, Efferth T. (2021) Toxicity as prime selection criterion among SARS-active herbal medications. Phytomedicine : International Journal of Phytotherapy and Phytopharmacology. 85: 153476
Riffle B, Oesch F, Heckmanns A, et al. (2020) Xenobiotica-metabolizing enzyme induction potential of chemicals in animal studies: NanoString nCounter gene expression and peptide group-specific immunoaffinity as accelerated and economical substitutions for enzyme activity determinations? Archives of Toxicology
Efferth T, Oesch F. (2020) Anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer activities of frankincense: Targets, treatments and toxicities. Seminars in Cancer Biology
Efferth T, Oesch F. (2019) Repurposing of plant alkaloids for cancer therapy: Pharmacology and toxicology. Seminars in Cancer Biology
Oesch F, Fabian E, Landsiedel R. (2019) Xenobiotica-metabolizing enzymes in the lung of experimental animals, man and in human lung models. Archives of Toxicology. 93: 3419-3489
Oesch F. (2019) Open letter to the German Research Foundation (DFG, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft). Some comments on the recent exclusion of a renowned scientist from a toxicological commission. Toxicology Letters. 306: 11-12
Oesch F, Fabian E, Landsiedel R. (2018) Correction to: Xenobiotica-metabolizing enzymes in the skin of rat, mouse, pig, guinea pig, man, and in human skin models. Archives of Toxicology. 92: 3439-3439
Leist M, Ghallab A, Graepel R, et al. (2017) Adverse outcome pathways: opportunities, limitations and open questions. Archives of Toxicology
Fabian E, Oesch F, Ott K, et al. (2017) A protocol to determine dermal absorption of xenobiotica through human skin in vitro. Archives of Toxicology. 91: 1497-1511
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