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Rainer H. Kohler, Ph.D.

Co-Author

This page shows the publications co-authored by Rainer Kohler and Elena Aikawa.
Connection Strength

0.559
  1. Intravital molecular imaging of small-diameter tissue-engineered vascular grafts in mice: a feasibility study. Tissue Eng Part C Methods. 2010 Aug; 16(4):597-607.
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    Score: 0.116
  2. Arterial and aortic valve calcification inversely correlates with osteoporotic bone remodelling: a role for inflammation. Eur Heart J. 2010 Aug; 31(16):1975-84.
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    Score: 0.115
  3. Arterial and aortic valve calcification abolished by elastolytic cathepsin S deficiency in chronic renal disease. Circulation. 2009 Apr 07; 119(13):1785-94.
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    Score: 0.105
  4. Osteogenesis associates with inflammation in early-stage atherosclerosis evaluated by molecular imaging in vivo. Circulation. 2007 Dec 11; 116(24):2841-50.
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    Score: 0.096
  5. Pioglitazone suppresses inflammation in vivo in murine carotid atherosclerosis: novel detection by dual-target fluorescence molecular imaging. Arterioscler Thromb Vasc Biol. 2010 Oct; 30(10):1933-9.
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    Score: 0.029
  6. Identification of splenic reservoir monocytes and their deployment to inflammatory sites. Science. 2009 Jul 31; 325(5940):612-6.
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    Score: 0.027
  7. The antiproliferative cytostatic effects of a self-activating viridin prodrug. . 2009 Jun; 8(6):1666-75.
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    Score: 0.027
  8. Optical visualization of cathepsin K activity in atherosclerosis with a novel, protease-activatable fluorescence sensor. Circulation. 2007 May 01; 115(17):2292-8.
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    Score: 0.023
  9. Detection of macrophage activity in atherosclerosis in vivo using multichannel, high-resolution laser scanning fluorescence microscopy. J Biomed Opt. 2006 Mar-Apr; 11(2):021009.
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    Score: 0.021
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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.