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Cerebral blood volume estimation by ferumoxytol-enhanced steady-state MRI at 9.4 T reveals microvascular impact of α(1)-adrenergic receptor antibodies.
Pohlmann, A. and Karczewski, P. and Ku, M.C. and Dieringer, B. and Waiczies, H. and Wisbrun, N. and Kox, S. and Palatnik, I. and Reimann, H.M. and Eichhorn, C. and Waiczies, S. and Hempel, P. and Lemke, B. and Niendorf, T. and Bimmler, M.
NMR in Biomedicine 27 (9): 1085-1093. September 2014

Antibodies to the alpha(1)-adrenergic receptor cause vascular impairments in rat brain as demonstrated by magnetic resonance angiography.
Karczewski, P. and Pohlmann, A. and Wagenhaus, B. and Wisbrun, N. and Hempel, P. and Lemke, B. and Kunze, R. and Niendorf, T. and Bimmler, M.
PLoS ONE 7 (7): e41602. 30 July 2012

Agonistic autoantibodies to the alpha(1)-adrenergic receptor and the beta(2)-adrenergic receptor in Alzheimer's and vascular dementia.
Karczewski, P. and Hempel, P. and Kunze, R. and Bimmler, M.
Scandinavian Journal of Immunology 75 (5): 524-530. May 2012

Agonistic antibody to the alpha(1)-adrenergic receptor mobilizes intracellular calcium and induces phosphorylation of a cardiac 15-kDa protein.
Karczewski, P. and Haase, H. and Hempel, P. and Bimmler, M.
Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry 333 (1-2): 233-242. January 2010

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