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Five Publications of Relevance to the Pharmacology and Toxicology Professorship

Name Description
Cachexia Dallmann R.@, Weyermann P., Anklin C., Boroff M., Bray-French K., Cardel B., Courdier-Fruh I., Deppe H., Dubach-Powell J., Erb M., Haefeli RH., Hennebohle M., Herzner H., Hufschmid M., Marks DL., Nordhoff S., Papp M., Rummey C., Santos G., Scharer F., Siendt H., Soeberdt M., Sumanovski LT., Terinek M., Mondadori C., Guven N. and Feurer A. 2011. The orally active melanocortin-4 receptor antagonist BL-6020/979: a promising candidate for the treatment of cancer cachexia. J Cachexia Sarcopenia Muscle 2:163-174.
Everolimus Zhang Y., Giacchetti S., Parouchev A., Hadadi E., Li X., Dallmann R., Xandri-Monje H., Portier L., Adam R., Lévi F., Dulong D.@, Chang Y.@. 2018. Dosing time dependent in vitro pharmacodynamics of Everolimus despite a defective circadian clock. Cell Cycle. DOI: 10.1080/15384101.2017.1387695.
Liver Clock DeBruyne JP., Weaver DR@ & Dallmann R.@ 2014. The hepatic circadian clock modulates xenobiotic metabolism in mice. J Biol Rhythms 29:277-287.
Mouse Breath Martinez-Lozano Sinues P., Li X., Kohler M., Brown S., Zenobi R.@, Dallmann R.@ (2017). Circadian variation in ketamine metabolism measured in mouse breath depends on the liver clock. Chem Comm 53: 2264-2267.
Review Dallmann R.@, Okyar A. & Lévi F. 2016. Dosing-Time Makes the Poison: Circadian Regulation and Pharmacotherapy. Trends in Molecular Medicine 22:430-445.

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