Dipl.-Ing. Anita Schildberger, Ph.D.

Donau-Universität Krems

Anita Schildberger

Dipl.-Ing. Anita Schildberger, Ph.D.

Zentrum für Biomedizinische Technologie

Publikationen (Auszug Forschungs­datenbank)

Pilecky, M.; Schildberger, A.; Knabl, L.; Orth-Höller, D.; Weber, V. (2019). Influence of antibiotic treatment on the detection of S. aureus in whole blood following pathogen enrichment. BMC Microbiology, 19(1): 180

Pilecky, M.; Schildberger, A.; Orth-Höller, D.; Weber, V. (2019). Pathogen enrichment from whole blood for diagnostic and therapeutic applications: Prospects and limitations. Diagnostic Microbiology and Infectious Disease, 94(1): 7-14

Schildberger A.; Rossmanith E.; Eichhorn T.; Strassl K.; Weber V. (2013). Monocytes, Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells, and THP-1 Cells Exhibit Different Cytokine Expression Patterns Following Stimulation with Lipopolysaccharide. Mediators of Inflammation, 2013: 697972

Schildberger, A.; Buchacher, T.; Weber, V.; Falkenhagen, D. (2011). Adsorptive modulation of inflammatory mediators dampens endothelial cell activation. Blood Purification, 32(4): 286-295

Schildberger, A.; Roßmanith, E.; Weber, V.; Falkenhagen, D. (2010). Monitoring of endothelial cell activation in experimental sepsis with a two-step cell culture model. Innate Immunity, 16(5): 278-287

Schwanzer-Pfeiffer, D.; Roßmanith, E.; Schildberger, A.; Falkenhagen, D. (2010). Characterization of SVEP1, KIAA, and SRPX2 in an in vitro cell culture model of endotoxemia. Cellular Immunology Vol. 263: 65-70

Weber, V.; Schildberger, A.; Buchacher, T.; Roßmanith, E.; Falkenhagen, D. (2010). Effect of mediator modulation on endothelial cell activation in a cell culture model of sepsis. Proceedings 8th world congress on trauma, shock, inflammation and sepsis TSIS 2010, Munich, Germany

Schildberger, A. (2010). Testing of Specific Adsorbents on Endothelial Cell Activation in a Two-Step Cell Culture Model of Gram-Negative Sepsis. Doctor Thesis

Brindlmayer, Anita (2006). NF-?B Activity in a Cell Culture-Based Model of Endotoxin-Induced Sepsis. Diploma Thesis

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