prof. dr. B.J.L. (Bart) Eggen


prof. dr. B.J.L. (Bart) Eggen


  1. 2020
  2. 2019
  3. 2018
  4. Sribudiani, Y., Chauhan, R. K., Alves, M. M., Petrova, L., Brosens, E., Harrison, C., ... Hofstra, R. M. W. (2018). Identification of Variants in RET and IHH Pathway Members in a Large Family With History of Hirschsprung Disease. Gastroenterology, 155(1), 118-129.e6.
  5. 2017
  6. Wlodarczyk, A., Holtman, I. R., Krueger, M., Yogev, N., Bruttger, J., Khorooshi, R., ... Owens, T. (2017). A novel microglial subset plays a key role in myelinogenesis in developing brain. The EMBO Journal, 36(22), 3292-3308.
  7. Gui, H., Schriemer, D., Cheng, W. W., Chauhan, R. K., Antinolo, G., Berrios, C., ... Hofstra, R. M. W. (2017). Whole exome sequencing coupled with unbiased functional analysis reveals new Hirschsprung disease genes. Genome Biology, 18(48).
  8. 2016
  9. Vinet, J., Vainchtein, I. D., Spano, C., Giordano, C., Bordini, D., Curia, G., ... Biagini, G. (2016). Microglia are Less Pro-Inflammatory than Myeloid Infiltrates in the Hippocampus of Mice Exposed to Status Epilepticus. Glia, 64(8), 1350-1362.
  10. Janova, H., Boettcher, C., Holtman, I. R., Regen, T., van Rossum, D., Goetz, A., ... Hanisch, U-K. (2016). CD14 is a key organizer of microglial responses to CNS infection and injury. Glia, 64(4), 635-649.
  11. 2015
  12. 2014
  13. 2013
  14. Alves, M. M., Sribudiani, Y., Brouwer, R. W. W., Amiel, J., Antinolo, G., Borrego, S., ... Hofstra, R. M. W. (2013). Contribution of rare and common variants determine complex diseases-Hirschsprung disease as a model. Developmental Biology, 382(1), 320-329.
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