Publications of Karen Hoffmann

Journal Article (4)

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Hoffmann, K.; Berger, H.; Kulbe, H.; Thillainadarasan, S.; Mollenkopf, H.-J.; Zemojtel, T.; Taube, E.; Darb-Esfahani, S.; Mangler, M.; Sehouli, J. et al.; Chekerov, R.; Braicu, E. I.; Meyer, T. F.; Kessler, M.: Stable expansion of high-grade serous ovarian cancer organoids requires a low-Wnt environment. EMBO Journal 39 (6), e104013 (2020)
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Kessler, M.; Hoffmann, K.; Fritsche, K.; Brinkmann, V.; Mollenkopf, H.-J.; Thieck, O.; Teixeira da Costa, A. R.; Braicu, E. I.; Sehouli, J.; Mangler, M. et al.; Berger, H.; Meyer, T. F.: Chronic Chlamydia infection in human organoids increases stemness and promotes age-dependent CpG methylation. Nature Communications 10 (1), 1194 (2019)
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Fuhr, L.; El-Athman, R.; Scrima, R.; Cela, O.; Carbone, A.; Knoop, H.; Li, Y.; Hoffmann, K.; Laikkanen, M. O.; Corcione, F. et al.; Steuer, R.; Meyer, T. F.; Mazzoccoli, G.; Capitanio, N.; Relógio, A.: The Circadian Clock Regulates Metabolic Phenotype Rewiring Via HKDC1 and Modulates Tumor Progression and Drug Response in Colorectal Cancer. EBioMedicine 33, pp. 105 - 121 (2018)
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Kessler, M.; Hoffmann, K.; Brinkmann, V.; Thieck, O.; Jackisch, S.; Toelle, B.; Berger, H.; Mollenkopf, H.-J.; Mangler, M.; Sehouli, J. et al.; Fotopoulou, C.; Meyer, T. F.: The Notch and Wnt pathways regulate stemness and differentiation in human fallopian tube organoids. Nature Communications 6, 8989 (2015)
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