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Medizinische Universität Graz

Gernot Desoye, PhD

  

10 most significant publications:

  1. van Poppel MN, Peinhaupt M, Eekhoff ME, Heinemann A, Oostdam N, Wouters MG, van Mechelen W, Desoye G: Physical activity in overweight and obese pregnant women is associated with higher levels of proinflammatory cytokines and with reduced insulin response through interleukin-6. Diabetes Care, 2014; 37(4):1132–1139.
  2. Cvitic S, Longtine MS, Hackl H, Wagner K, Nelson MD, Desoye G, Hiden U: The human placental sexome differs between trophoblast epithelium and villous vessel endothelium. PLoS One, 2013; 8(10):e79233.
  3. Hiden U, Ghaffari-Tabrizi N, Gauster M, Tam-Amersdorfer C, Cetin I, Dieber-Rotheneder M, Lang U, Desoye G: Membrane-type matrix metalloproteinase 1 regulates trophoblast functions and is reduced in fetal growth restriction. Am J Pathol, 2013; 182(5):1563–1571.
  4. Lassance L, Miedl H, Absenger M, Diaz-Perez F, Lang U, Desoye G, Hiden U: Hyperinsulinemia stimulates angiogenesis of human fetoplacental endothelial cells: a possible role of insulin in placental hypervascularization in diabetes mellitus. J Clin Endocrinol Metab, 2013; 98(9):E1438–E1447.
  5. Fröhlich JD, Huppertz B, Abuja PM, König J, Desoye G: Oxygen modulates the response of first-trimester trophoblasts to hyperglycemia. Am J Pathol, 2012; 180(1):153–164.
  6. Augsten M, Hackl H, Ebner B, Chemelli A, Glatter O, Marsche G, Lang U, Desoye G, Wadsack C: Fetal HDL/apoE: a novel regulator of gene expression in human placental endothelial cells. Physiol Genomics, 2011; 43(22):1255–1262.
  7. Gauster M, Hiden U, van Poppel M, Frank S, Wadsack C, Hauguel-de Mouzon S, Desoye G: Dysregulation of placental endothelial lipase in obese women with gestational diabetes mellitus. Diabetes, 2011; 60(10):2457–2464.
  8. Hiden U, Lang I, Ghaffari-Tabrizi N, Gauster M, Lang U, Desoye G: Insulin action on the human placental endothelium in normal and diabetic pregnancy. Curr Vasc Pharmacol, 2009; 7:460–466.
  9. Stefulj J, Panzenboeck U, Becker T, Hirschmugl B, Schweinzer C, Lang I, Marsche G, Sadjak A, Lang U, Desoye G, Wadsack C: Human endothelial cells of the placental barrier efficiently deliver cholesterol to the fetal circulation via ABCA1 and ABCG1. Circ–Res, 2009; 104:600–608.
  10. Lang I, Schweizer A, Hiden U, Ghaffari-Tabrizi N, Hagendorfer G, Bilban M, Pabst MA, Korgun ET, Dohr G, Desoye G: Human fetal placental endothelial cells have a mature arterial and a juvenile venous phenotype with adipogenic and osteogenic differentiation potential. Differentiation, 2008; 76:1031–1043.
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