prof. dr. H.H. (Harm H) Kampinga

Professor

prof. dr. H.H. (Harm H) Kampinga
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h.h.kampinga umcg.nl

Research

  1. 2001
  2. van Putten, JWG., Groea, HJM., Smid, K., Peters, GJ., & Kampinga, HH. (2001). End-joining deficiency and radiosensitization induced by gemcitabine. Cancer Research, 61(4), 1585-1591.
  3. 2000
  4. Freeman, BC., Michels, A., Song, J., Kampinga, H., & Morimoto, RI. (2000). Analysis of Molecular Chaperone Activities using in vitro and in vivo approaches. In SM. Keyse , & J. M. Walker (Eds.), Methods in Molecular Biology (Vol. 99, pp. 393-419). Humana Press. https://doi.org/10.1385/1-59259-054-3:393
  5. Kampinga, HH. (2000). Fate of protein damage in mammalian cells: Effects of molecular chaperones. In M. Moriaty, M. Edington, C. Mothersill, JF. Ward, C. Seymour, & RJM. Fry (Eds.), RADIATION RESEARCH, VOL 2, CONGRESS PROCEEDINGS (pp. 857-861). ALLEN PRESS INC.
  6. 1999
  7. Multhoff, G., Mizzen, L., Winchester, CC., Milner, CM., Wenk, S., Eissner, G., Kampinga, HH., Laumbacher, B., & Johnson, J. (1999). Heat shock protein 70 (Hsp70) stimulates proliferation and cytolytic activity of natural killer cells. Experimental Hematology, 27(11), 1627-1636.
  8. Woudstra, EC., Konings, AWT., Jeggo, PA., & Kampinga, HH. (1999). Role of DNA-PK subunits in radiosensitization by hyperthermia. Radiation Research, 152(2), 214-218.
  9. 1998
  10. Roti, JLR., Kampinga, HH., Malyapa, RS., Wright, WD., & vanderWaal, RP. (1998). Nuclear matrix as a target for hyperthermic killing of cancer cells. Cell stress & chaperones, 3(4), 245-255.
  11. 1997
  12. 1996
  13. 1995
  14. Woudstra, EC., Rosemann, M., Brunsting, JF., Roesink, JM., Konings, AWT., McMillan, TJ., Peacock, JH., & Kampinga, HH. (1995). Differences in chromatin structure between two human tumour cell lines: Relation to radiosensitivity. In U. Hagen, D. Harder, H. Jung, & C. Streffer (Eds.), RADIATION RESEARCH 1895-1995, CONGRESS PROCEEDINGS (pp. 412-415). 10TH ICRR SOCIETY (INT CONGRESS RADIATION RES).
  15. Kampinga, HH. (1995). Effects of hyperthermia on chromatin organization: Consequences for DNA repair and radiosensitivity. In U. Hagen, D. Harder, H. Jung, & C. Streffer (Eds.), RADIATION RESEARCH 1895-1995, CONGRESS PROCEEDINGS (pp. 380-383). 10TH ICRR SOCIETY (INT CONGRESS RADIATION RES).
  16. 1994
  17. Mullenders, LHF., Sakkers, R. J., Kampinga, H. H., & Konings, A. W. T. (1994). Chromatin structure, hyperthermia and repair of UV-induced photolesions in mammalian cells. In AT. Natarajan, & G. Obe (Eds.), Chromosomal Alterations: origin and significance (pp. 21-30). Springer. https://www.rug.nl/research/celbiologie/Kampinga_HH/PDFs/Mullenders-1994.pdf

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