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Scholz, H., Baier, W., Ratcliffe, P., Eckardt, K., Zapf, J., Kurtz, Armin and Bauer, C. (1992) Insulin-like growth factors decrease oxygen-regulated erythropoietin production by human hepatoma cells (Hep G2). The American journal of physiology. Cell pyhsiology 263 (2 Pt 1), C474-C479.


Kurtz, Armin, Matter, R., Eckardt, Kai-Uwe and Zapf, J. (1990) Erythropoiesis, serum erythropoietin, and serum IGF-I in rats during accelerated growth. Acta endocrinologica (Copenhagen) 122 (3), pp. 323-328.


Kurtz, Armin, Zapf, J., Eckardt, Kai-Uwe, Clemons, G., Froesch, E. R. and Bauer, C. (1988) Insulin-like growth factor I stimulates erythropoiesis in hypophysectomized rats. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America : PNAS 85 (20), pp. 7825-7829.


Bogdahn, U., Weber, H., Zapf, J., Dünisch, G., Löbering, H. G. and Mertens, H. G. (1987) Therapy of malignant brain tumors: comparison of the in vitro activities of vidarabin-monophosphate, BCNU and 5-fluorouracil. Acta neurologica Scandinavica 75 (1), pp. 28-36. Fulltext not available.

Bogdahn, U., Zapf, J., Weber, H., Dünisch, G., Löbering, H. G., Martin, R. and Mertens, H. G. (1987) Vidarabin-monophosphate, BCNU, VM26--an in vitro comparative study of active agents in the treatment of malignant human brain tumours. British journal of cancer 55 (2), pp. 153-158. Fulltext not available.


Kurtz, Armin, Härtl, W., Jelkmann, W., Zapf, J. and Bauer, Christian (1985) Activity in fetal bovine serum that stimulates erythroid colony formation in fetal mouse livers is insulinlike growth factor I. The Journal of clinical investigation 76 (4), pp. 1643-1648.

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