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Presentations at scientific conferences


Florczyk A; Haltmayer, E; Rosser, J (2018): Evaluation Of Dynamic Serum Amyloid A Changes In Equine Septic Synovitis. ECVS Annual Meeting, Athens, Greece, Jul 5-7, 2018. Veterinary Surgery (47), 5 12-13.

Jenner, F; Ribitsch, I; Mayer, RL; Egerbacher, M; Gabner, S; Kańduła, MM; Rosser, J; Haltmayer, E; Auer, U; Gültekin, S; Huber, J; Bilek, A; Kreil, DP; Gerner, C (2018): Fetal articular cartilage regeneration versus adult fibrocartilaginous repair – the key to cartilage regeneration? -TERMIS Weltkonferenz; Aug 29 - Sept 07, 2018; Kyoto, Japan.

Ribitsch, I; Bileck, A; Egerbacher, M; Gabner, S; Gueltekin, S; Huber, J; Kreil, D; Rosser, J; Haltmayer, E; Gerner, C; Jenner, F (2017): Fetal Regeneration - a key to improve adult tendon repair? -TERMIS European Chapter Meeting; 20.06-26.06.2017; Davos, Switzerland.

Ribitsch, I; Bileck, A; Kreil, D; Rosser, J; Haltmayer, E; Miksic, M; Gabner, S; Egerbacher, M; Gerner, C; Jenner, F (2016): Repair processes at the protein level – an exploratory whole-proteome profiling approach to follow up tendon and cartilage healing. Third PACT Symposium "Designer Cells go Clinic"; Sep 23-24, 2016; Vienna, Austria. 2016.

Haltmayer, E; Schramel, JP; Riedelberger, KJ (2010): Breathing pattern and thoraco-abdominal asynchrony in horses with chronic obstructive and inflammatory lung diseases. -The 28th Symposium of the Veterinary Comparative Respiratory Society; SEP 28-30, 2010; Raleigh, USA.


Fenu, M; Ribitsch, I; Baik, H; Gültekin, S; Oreff, G; Haltmayer, E; Jenner, F (2018): Mesenchymal stem cell derived trophic factors as potential key to tendon regeneration. -International Symposium for molecular medicine; Jun 8-9, 2018; Düsseldorf, Germany.

Florczyk, A; Haltmayer, E; Rosser, J (2018): SAA Clearance as a Novel Approach in Diagnostics of Septic Synovitis in Equine Patients. ACVS Surgery Summit, Phoenix, United States, Nov 25-27. Veterinary Surgery (47), 5 18-18.

Haltmayer, E; Ribitsch, I; Gabner, S; Rosser, J; Gültekin, S; Peham, J; Giese, U; Dolezal, M; Egerbacher, M; Jenner, F (2018): Co-culture of osteochondral explants and synovial membrane as in vitro model for osteoarthritis. -International Symposium for molecular medicine; Jun 8-9, 2018; Düsseldorf, Germany.

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