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Keogh-Stroka, Deborah M.; Plock, Jan Alexander; Beldi, Guido; Frese, Steffen R.; Keogh, Adrian; Bisch-Knaden, Sonja Maria; Dufour, Jean-François; Brunner, Thomas; Candinas, Daniel (2006). Temporary hypoxic stress protects the liver from Fas-mediated apoptosis and ischemia reperfusion injury. In: 93. Jahreskongress der Schweizerischen Gesellschaft für Chirurgie. Lugano, Switzerland. 21.-23.6.2006.

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Stämpfli, Aline; Stöckli, Sabrina; Brunner, Thomas (2017). A nudge in a healthier direction: How environmental cues help restrained eaters pursue their weight-control goal. Appetite, 110(110), pp. 94-102. Elsevier 10.1016/j.appet.2016.11.037

Stämpfli, Aline; Brunner, Thomas (2016). The art of dieting: Exposure to thin sculptures effortlessly reduces the intake of unhealthy food in motivated eaters. Food Quality and Preference, 50, pp. 88-93. Elsevier 10.1016/j.foodqual.2016.01.012

Stämpfli, Aline; Brunner, Thomas; Stöckli, Sabrina; Messner, Claude (2016). How hunger facilities dieting: the paradoxical effect of hunger when individuals are primed with an environmental dieting cue. Advances in consumer research, 44, p. 759. Association for Consumer Research

Casetti, Luca; Brunner, Thomas; Stämpfli, Aline (2016). Reactions towards wasted Food : Experimental data on Food appreciation and sales (Unpublished). In: The Association for Consumer Research Conference. Berlin. 27.-30.10.2016.

Stämpfli, Aline; Brunner, Thomas; Messner, Claude (24 August 2015). Unconsciously eating less: How artwork reduces unhealthy food intake (Unpublished). In: 11th Pangborn Sensory Science Symposium. Svenska Mässan, The Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre, Gothenburg, Sweden.

Badmann, Anastasia; Langsch, Stephanie; Keogh, Adrian; Brunner, Thomas; Kaufmann, Thomas; Corazza, Nadia (2012). TRAIL enhances paracetamol-induced liver sinusoidal endothelial cell death in a Bim- and Bid-dependent manner. Cell death & disease, 3, e447. London: Nature Publishing Group 10.1038/cddis.2012.185

Badmann, A.; Keough, A.; Kaufmann, T.; Bouillet, P.; Brunner, T.; Corazza, N. (2011). Role of TRAIL and the pro-apoptotic Bcl-2 homolog Bim in acetaminophen-induced liver damage. Cell death & disease, 2, e171. London: Nature Publishing Group 10.1038/cddis.2011.55

Schneider-Jakob, S; Corazza, N; Badmann, A; Sidler, D; Stuber-Roos, R; Keogh, A; Frese, S; Tschan, M; Brunner, T (2010). Synergistic induction of cell death in liver tumor cells by TRAIL and chemotherapeutic drugs via the BH3-only proteins Bim and Bid. Cell death & disease, 1(e86), e86. London: Nature Publishing Group 10.1038/cddis.2010.66

Noti, Mario; Sidler, Daniel; Brunner, Thomas (2009). Extra-adrenal glucocorticoid synthesis in the intestinal epithelium: more than a drop in the ocean? Seminars in immunopathology, 31(2), pp. 237-48. Berlin: Springer-Verlag 10.1007/s00281-009-0159-2

Brunner, Thomas (2009). Living on the edge: immune cells and immunopathology in the intestinal mucosa. Seminars in immunopathology, 31(2), pp. 143-4. Berlin: Springer-Verlag 10.1007/s00281-009-0162-7

Coste, Agnes; Dubuquoy, Laurent; Barnouin, Romain; Annicotte, Jean-Sebastien; Magnier, Benjamin; Noti, Mario; Corazza, Nadia; Antal, Maria Cristina; Metzger, Daniel; Desreumaux, Pierre; Brunner, Thomas; Auwerx, Johan; Schoonjans, Kristina (2007). LRH-1-mediated glucocorticoid synthesis in enterocytes protects against inflammatory bowel disease. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America - PNAS, 104(32), pp. 13098-13103. Washington, D.C.: National Academy of Sciences NAS 10.1073/pnas.0702440104

Arnold, Diana; Wasem, Christoph; Juillard, Pierre; Graber, Pierre; Cima, Igor; Frutschi, Corina; Herren, Simon; Schneider, Sabine; Alouani, Sami; Müller, Christoph; Chvatchko, Yolande; Brunner, Thomas (2002). IL‐18‐independent cytotoxic T lymphocyte activation and IFN‐γ production during experimental acute graft‐versus‐host disease. International immunology, 14(5), pp. 503-511. Oxford University Press 10.1093/intimm/14.5.503

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