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1.

An analytical comparison between point-of-care uric acid testing meters.

Paraskos J, Berke Z, Cook J, Miner JN, Braddock M, Platt A, Hughes G.

Expert Rev Mol Diagn. 2016;16(3):373-82. doi: 10.1586/14737159.2016.1134326. Epub 2016 Jan 11.

PMID:
26689648
2.

HepaRG cells as human-relevant in vitro model to study the effects of inflammatory stimuli on cytochrome P450 isoenzymes.

Rubin K, Janefeldt A, Andersson L, Berke Z, Grime K, Andersson TB.

Drug Metab Dispos. 2015 Jan;43(1):119-25. doi: 10.1124/dmd.114.059246. Epub 2014 Nov 4.

PMID:
25371393
3.

Reduced cholesterol accumulation by leptin deficient (ob/ob) mouse macrophages.

Kjerrulf M, Berke Z, Aspegren A, Umaerus M, Nilsson T, Svensson L, Hurt-Camejo E.

Inflamm Res. 2006 Jul;55(7):300-9.

PMID:
16955393
4.

Studies on polyomavirus persistence and polyomavirus-induced tumor development in relation to the immune system.

Berke Z, Dalianis T.

Adv Cancer Res. 2000;79:249-76. Review. No abstract available.

PMID:
10818683
5.

Susceptibility to polyoma virus tumorigenesis in X-linked immunodeficient (XID) and B-cell deficient (microMT) mice is not increased.

Heidari S, Berke Z, Berglöf A, Woldegiorgis A, Smith CI, Dalianis T.

In Vivo. 1999 Nov-Dec;13(6):439-44.

PMID:
10757034
6.

Peptides spanning the junctional region of both the abl/bcr and the bcr/abl fusion proteins bind common HLA class I molecules.

Berke Z, Andersen MH, Pedersen M, Fugger L, Zeuthen J, Haurum JS.

Leukemia. 2000 Mar;14(3):419-26.

7.

Adult X-linked immunodeficiency (XID) mice, IGM-/- single knockout and IGM-/- CD8-/- double knockout mice do not clear polyomavirus infection.

Berke Z, Mellin H, Heidari S, Wen T, Berglöf A, Klein G, Dalianis T.

In Vivo. 1998 Mar-Apr;12(2):143-8.

PMID:
9627794
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10.

Polyomavirus persists in CD4/8 double-knockout, but not in CD4 or CD8 single-knockout mice.

Berke Z, Wen T, Jin S, Klein G, Dalianis T.

Virology. 1995 Sep 10;212(1):268-71.

11.

In frame deletion of intron-7 in the p53 gene in a human tonsil tumor.

Magnusson K, Berke Z, Munckwikland E, Lewensohnfuchs I, Klein G, Dallianis T, Wiman K.

Int J Oncol. 1995 Jan;6(1):27-9.

PMID:
21556496
12.

Human papillomavirus (HPV) DNA is not detected in the peripheral blood cells of patients with cervical carcinoma.

Lewensohn-Fuchs I, Berke Z, Wester D, Dalianis T, Elfgren K.

Genitourin Med. 1994 Oct;70(5):359-60. No abstract available.

13.

Involvement of aberrant p53 expression and human papillomavirus in carcinoma of the head, neck and esophagus.

Lewensohn-Fuchs I, Munck-Wikland E, Berke Z, Magnusson KP, Pallesen G, Auer G, Lindholm J, Linde A, Aberg B, Rubio C, Kuylenstierna R, Wiman KG, Dalianis T, et al.

Anticancer Res. 1994 May-Jun;14(3B):1281-5.

PMID:
8067697
14.

Persistence of polyomavirus in adult SCID C.B-17 mice.

Berke Z, Dalianis T, Feinstein R, Sandstedt K, Evengard B.

In Vivo. 1994 May-Jun;8(3):339-42.

PMID:
7803715
16.

The Asian influenza pandemic in Turkey, 1957/58.

BERKE Z.

Bull World Health Organ. 1959;20(2-3):494-8. No abstract available.

17.

[Smallpox control in Afghanistan].

BERKE Z.

Zentralbl Bakteriol Orig. 1956 Apr;165(5-7):301-4. German. No abstract available.

PMID:
13325855
18.

Inoculation experiments against typhus in Afghanistan.

BERKE Z.

Br Med J. 1946 Dec 21;2(4485):944. No abstract available.

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