Invited Contributions

1. Marder BA, Schröppel B, Murphy B. Genetic variability and transplantation.Curr Opin Urol., 13:81-89, 2003.

2. Schröppel B and Murphy B. Gene variants affecting bioavailability of drugs: Towards individualized immunosuppressive therapy? J Am Soc Nephrol, 14:1955-1957, 2003.

3. Schröppel B. Genomic strategies in transplantation: “The right drug for the right patient”. Current Pharmacogenomics, 2:175-184, 2004.

4. Schröppel B, Akalin E. T cell profiling and gene expression in tolerance. Curr Opin Organ Transplant, 9:264-268, 2004.

5. Schröppel B, He C. Expression of Toll-like receptors in the kidney: Their potential role beyond infection. Kidney Int 69(5):785-787, 2006.

6. Krüger B, Schröppel B, Murphy B. Genetic polymorphism and the fate of the transplanted organ. Transplantation Reviews, 22(2):131-40, 2008.

7. Fischereder, M, Schröppel B. The role of chemokines in acute renal allograft rejection and chronic allograft nephropathy. Frontiers in Bioscience, 14:1807-1814, 2009.

8. Krüger B, Schröppel B. Transplant outcomes in the sight of genetic variations, Nephron, in press

9. Richter A, Lerner S, Schröppel B. The current state of simultaneous kidney and pancreas transplanataion, Blood Purif, in press

10. Schröppel B and Heeger, P. Gazing into a crystal ball to predict kidney transplant outcome. J Clin Invest, 120:1803-1806, 2010.