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Osborn, M.; Weber, K.: Keratins, transglutaminase, and Mallory bodies--the really insoluble stuff. Laboratory Investigation 61 (6), pp. 585 - 587 (1989)
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Fischer, H. P.; Wallner, F.; Maier, H.; Weber, K.; Osborn, M.; Altmannsberger, M.: Coexpression of intermediate filaments in squamous cell carcinomas of upper aerodigestive tract before and after radiation and chemotherapy. Laboratory Investigation 61 (4), pp. 433 - 439 (1989)
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Fürst, D.; Nave, R.; Osborn, M.; Weber, K.: Repetitive titin epitopes with a 42 nm spacing coincide in relative position with known A band striations also identified by major myosin-associated proteins. An immunoelectron-microscopical study on myofibrils. Journal of Cell Science 94, pp. 119 - 125 (1989)
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Fürst, D.O.; Osborn, M.; Weber, K.: Myogenesis in the mouse embryo: Differential onset of expression of myogenic proteins and the involvement of titin in myofibril assembly. The Journal of Cell Biology 109 (2), pp. 517 - 527 (1989)
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Domagala, W.; Lasota, J.; Chosia, M.; Weber, K.; Osborn, M.: Leukocyte-common antigen and vimentin are reliable adjuncts in the diagnosis of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in fine needle aspirates. Analytical and Quantitative Cytology and Histology 11 (1), pp. 15 - 21 (1989)
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Domagala, W.; Lasota, J.; Weber, K.; Osborn, M.: Endothelial cells help in the diagnosis of primary versus metastatic carcinoma of the liver in fine needle aspirates. An immunofluorescence study with vimentin and endothelial cell-specific antibodies. Analytical and Quantitative Cytology and Histology 11 (1), pp. 8 - 14 (1989)
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Röber, R. A.; Weber, K.; Osborn, M.: Differential timing of nuclear lamin A/C expression in the various organs of the mouse embryo and the young animal: a developmental study. Development 1015 (2), pp. 365 - 378 (1989)
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Domagala, W.; Lasota, J.; Chosia, M.; Szadowska, A.; Weber, K.; Osborn, M.: Diagnosis of major tumor categories in fine-needle aspirates is more accurate when light microscopy is combined with intermediate filament typing. A study of 403 cases. Cancer 63 (3), pp. 504 - 517 (1989)
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