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Publikationsliste Prof. Pfarrer bis 2007

I. Monographien

  1. Krebs C (1992) Vergleichend-histologische und -histomorphometrisch. Untersuchungen  am Praeorbitalorgan von 21 Wiederkäuerarten (Ruminantia Scopoli, 1777), Inaugural-Dissertation.
  2. Pfarrer C (2004) Charakterisierung der Entwicklung der Wiederkäuerplazentome. Habilitationschrift, Deutsche Veterinärmedizinische Gesellschaft Service GmbH, Gießen, ISBN: 3-938026-32-4.

II. Originalartikel

  1. Krebs C, Macara LM, Kingdom JCP, Bowman AW, Greer IA, Leiser R (1996) Intrauterine growth restriction with absent end-diastolic flow velocity in the umbilical artery is associated with maldevelopment of the placental terminal villous tree. Am J Obstet Gynecol 175, 1534-1542.
  2. Schlechta C, Kressin M, Schnorr B, Krebs C (1996) Architektur und Feinstruktur der terminalen Blutgefäße der Zungenrandpapillen neugeborener Ferkel. Ann Anat 178, 137-143.
  3. Krebs C, Longo LD, Leiser R (1997) Ovine placental vasculature at term; a comparison of sea level and high altitude conditions by corrosion cast and histomorphometry. Placenta 18, 43-51.
  4. Krebs C, Winther H, Dantzer V, Leiser R (1997) Vascular interrelationships of near term mink placenta: Light microscopy combined with scanning electron microscopy of corrosion casts. Micr Res Techn 38, 125-136.
  5. Leiser R, Krebs C, Ebert B, Dantzer V (1997) Placental vascular corrosion cast studies: a comparison between ruminants and human. Micr Res Techn 38, 76-87.
  6. Jones CJP, Dantzer V, Leiser R, Krebs C, Stoddart RW (1997) The localisation of glycans in the placenta: a comparative study of epitheliochorial, endotheliochorial and haemomonochorial placentation. Micr Res Techn 38, 100-114.
  7. Leiser R, Krebs C, Kingdom JCP (1997) Anatomie des vaisseaux foeto-placentaires presentée en troisième dimension. Aspects normaux et pathologiques. Reprod Hum Horm 10, 383-389.
  8. Leiser R, Krebs C, Klisch K, Ebert B, Dantzer V, Schuler G, Hoffmann B (1997) Fetal villosity and microvasculature of the bovine placentome in second half of gestation. J Anat 191, 517-527.
  9. Kingdom JCP, Macara LM, Krebs C, Leiser R, Kaufmann P (1997) Pathological basis for abnormal umbilical artery Doppler waveforms in pregnancies complicated by intrauterine growth restriction. Troph Res 10, 291-309.
  10. Leiser R, Pfarrer C, Abd-Elnaeim M, Dantzer V (1998) Feto-maternal anchoring in epitheliochorial and endotheliochorial placental types studied by histology and microvascular corrosion casts. Troph Res 12, 21-39.
  11. Pfarrer C, Winther H, Leiser R, Dantzer V (1999) The development of the endotheliochorial mink placenta: light microscopy and scanning electron microscopical morphometry of maternal vascular casts. Anat Embryol 199, 63-74.
  12. Pfarrer C, Macara L, Leiser R, Kingdom JCP (1999) Adaptive angiogenesis in placentas of heavy smokers. Lancet 354, 303. Wiederabdruck in: Frontiers in Fetal Health 1, 18-19.
  13. Abd Elnaeim MM, Pfarrer C, Saber AS, Abou Elmagd A, Jones CJP, Leiser R (1999) Fetomaternal attachment and anchorage in the early diffuse epitheliochorial placenta of camel (Camelus dromedarius): Light-, transmission- and scanning electron microscopic study. Cells Tissues Organs 164, 141-154.
  14. Seufert R, Pfarrer C, Leiser R, Lellé R (1999) Computergestützte Bildverarbeitung für die experimentelle und klinische Morphologie - Prinzipien, Einsatzmöglichkeiten und Randbedingungen. Zentralbl Gynäkol 121, 32-36.
  15. Klisch K, Pfarrer C, Schuler G, Hoffmann B, Leiser R (1999) Tripolar acytokinetic mitosis and formation of feto-maternal syncytia in the bovine placentome: different modes of the generation of multinuclear cells. Anat Embryol 200, 229-237.
  16. Klisch K, Hecht W, Pfarrer C, Schuler G, Hoffmann B, Leiser R (1999) DNA content and ploidy level of bovine placentomal trophoblast giant cells. Placenta 20, 451-458.
  17. Winther H, Leiser R, Pfarrer C, Dantzer V (1999) Localization of micro- and intermediate filaments in non pregnant uterus and placenta of the mink suggests involvement of maternal endothelial cells and periendothelial cells in blood flow regulation. Anat Embryol 200, 253-263.
  18. Schuler G, Wirth C, Pfarrer C, Leiser R, Hoffmann B (1999) Immunolocalization of progesterone receptors in the bovine placentomes throughout mid- and late gestation and at parturition. Biol Reprod 61, 797-801.
  19. Challis DE, Pfarrer C, Knox Ritchie JW, Koren G, Adamson SL (2000) Glucose metabolism is elevated and vascular resistance and materno-fetal transfer normal in perfused placental cotyledons from severely growth restricted fetuses. Pediatric Res 47, 309-315.
  20. Pfarrer C, Ebert B, Klisch K, Miglino MA, Leiser R (2001) The three-dimensional feto-maternal vascular interrelationship during early bovine placental development: a scanning electron microscopical study. J Anat 198, 591-602.
  21. Johnson GA, Bazer FW, Jaeger LA, Hakhyun KA, Garlow JE, Pfarrer C, Spencer TE, Burghardt RC (2001) Involvement of Muc-1, integrins and osteopontin in the implantation cascade in sheep. Biol Reprod 65, 820-828.
  22. Mentschel J, Leiser R, Mülling C, Pfarrer C, Claus R (2001) Butyric acid stimulates rumen mucosa development in the calf mainly by a reduction of apoptosis. Arch Anim Nutr 55, 85-102.
  23. Adamson SL, Lu Y, Whiteley KJ, Holmyard D, Hemberger M, Pfarrer C, Cross JC (2002) Interactions between trophoblast cells and the maternal and fetal circulation in the mouse placenta. Dev Biol 250, 358-373.
  24. Johnson GA, Burghardt RC, Joyce MM, Spencer TE, Bazer FW, Pfarrer C, Gray CA (2003) Osteopontin expression in uterine stroma indicates a decidualization-like differentiation during ovine pregnancy. Biol Reprod 68, 1951-1958.
  25. Johnson GA, Burghardt RC, Joyce MM, Spencer TE, Bazer FW, Gray CA, Pfarrer C (2003) Osteopontin is synthesized by uterine glands and a 45-kDa cleavage fragment is localized at the uterine-placental interface throughout ovine pregnancy. Biol Reprod 69, 92-98.
  26. Pfarrer C, Hirsch P, Guillomot M, Leiser R (2003) Interaction of integrin receptors with extracellular matrix is involved in trophoblast giant cell migration in bovine placentomes. Placenta 24, 588-597.
  27. Abd-Elnaeim MM, Miglino MA, Pfarrer C, Leiser R (2003) Microvascular architecture of the fetal cotyledons in water buffaloes (Bubalus bubalis) during different stages of pregnancy. Ann Anat 185, 325-334.
  28. Gabriel S, Winterhager E, Pfarrer C, Traub O, Leiser R (2004) Modulation of connexin expression in sheep endometrium in response to pregnancy. Placenta 25, 287-296.
  29. Lang CY, Hallack S, Leiser R, Pfarrer C (2004) Cytoskeletal filaments and associated proteins during restricted trophoblast invasion in bovine placentomes: light- and transmission electron microscopy and RT-PCR. Cell Tissue Res 315, 339-348.
  30. Tiemann U, Bücher K, Pfarrer Ch, Pöhland R, Becker F, Kanitz W, Schmidt P (2005) Influence of ovarian steroid hormones or platelet activating factor on mRNA of platelet activating factor receptor in endometrial explant perfusion cultures from ovariectomized bovines. Prostaglandin and other Lipid Mediators 76, 35-47.
  31. Pfarrer C (2005) Anatomie, Histologie und Embryologie der Leber. veterinär spiegel 2/2005, 10-13.
  32. Luhmann U, Meunier D, Shi W, Lüttges A, Pfarrer C, Fundele R, Berger W (2005) Fetal loss in homozygous Norrie disease mice – a new role of Norrin in reproduction. Genesis 42, 253-262.
  33. Pfarrer C, Heeb C, Leiser R (2006) Expression of gap junctional connexins 26, 32 and 43 in bovine placentomes during pregnancy. Placenta 27, 79-86.
  34. Pfarrer C, Weise S, Berisha B, Schams D, Leiser R, Hoffmann B, Schuler G (2006) Fibroblast growth factor (FGF)-1, FGF2, FGF7 and FGF receptors are uniformly expressed in trophoblast giant cells during restricted trophoblast invasion in cows. Placenta 27, 758-770.
  35. Fink C, Hembes T, Brehm R, Weigel R, Heeb C, Pfarrer C, Bergmann M, Kressin M (2006) Specific localisation of gap junction protein connexin32 in the gastric mucosa of horses. Histochem Cell Biol 125, 307-313.
  36. Pfarrer C, Ruziwa SD, Winther H, Callesen H, Leiser R, Schams D, Dantzer V (2006) Localization of vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) and its receptors VEGFR-1 and VEGFR-2 in bovine placentomes from implantation until term. Placenta 27, 889-898.
  37. Bücher K, Leiser R, Tiemann U, Pfarrer C (2006) Platelet-activating factor receptor (PAF-R) and acetylhydrolase (PAF-AH) are co-expressed in immature bovine trophoblast giant cells throughout gestation, but not at parturition. Prostaglandins and other Lipid Mediators 79, 74-83.
  38. Carter AM, Enders AC, Jones CJP, Mess A, Pfarrer C, Pijnenborg R, Soma H (2006) Comparative placentation and animal models: patterns of trophoblast invasion – A Workshop report. Placenta 27, Suppl A, S30-33.
  39. Miglino MA, Ambrosio CE, Dos Santos Martins D, Wenceslau CV, Pfarrer C, Leiser R (2006) The carnivore pregnancy: the development of the embryo and fetal membranes. Theriogenology 66, 1699-1702.
  40. Landim LP, Miglino MA, Pfarrer C, Ambrosio CE, Garcia JM (2007) Culture of mature trophoblastic giant cells from bovine placentomes. Anim Reprod Sci 98, 357-364.
  41. Papa PC, Moura CEB, Artoni LP, Campos DB, Marques JEB, Baruselli PS, Binelli M, Pfarrer C, Leiser R (2007) Immunohistochemical localization of VEGF, Flt-1 and KDR in different stages of oestrus cycle in the corpus luteum of non-treated and superovulated water buffalo. Domest Anim Endocrinol 33, 379-389.
  42. Abbate F, Pfarrer C, Jones CJP, Ciriaco E, Germanà G, Leiser R (2007) Age-dependent changes in the pigeon bursa of Fabricius vasculature: a comparative study using light microscopy and scanning electron microscopy of vessel casts. J Anat 211, 387-398.
  43. Zeiler M, Leiser R, Johnson GA, Tinneberg H-R, Pfarrer C (2007) Development of an in vitro model for bovine placentation: a comparison of the in vivo and in vitro expression of integrins and components of extracellular matrix in bovine placental cells. Cells Tissues Organs 186, 229-242.
  44. Bridger PS, Goebel S, Klisch K, Leiser R, Tinneberg H-R, Pfarrer C (2007) Validation of primary epitheloid cell cultures isolated from bovine placental caruncles and cotyledons. Theriogenology 68, 592-603.
  45. Saber A, Abd-Elnaeim M, Hembes T, Pfarrer C, Salim A, Leiser R (2007) Light and scanning electron microscopic study on the blood vascular system of the donkey placenta. Anat Histol Embryol 37, 86-94.
  46. Bridger PS, Menge C, Leiser R, Tinneberg H-R, Pfarrer CD (2007) Bovine Caruncular Epithelial Cell line (BCEC-1) isolated from the placenta forms a functional epithelial barrier in a polarised cell culture model. Placenta 28, 1110-1117.
  47. Arnold DR, Fortier AL, Lefebvre R, Miglino MA, Pfarrer C, Smith LC (2008) Placental insufficiencies in cloned animals – A workshop report. Placenta  Suppl A, S108-10.


III. Buchbeiträge

  1. Leiser R, Schäfer A, Mootz U, Krebs C, Beier HM (1997) Implantation as beginning of implantation process in the rabbit: Vascular studies as a suitable model shown by light versus scanning electron microscopy. In Microscopy of reproduction and development: A dynamic approach (ed. Motta PM), Antonio Delfino (Ed) Medicina-Scienze, Roma, pp 251-259.
  2. Pfarrer CD (2006) Characterization of the bovine placenta by cytoskeleton, integrin receptors, and extracellular matrix. In Placenta Research Methods and Protocols, Volume I (eds. Soares MJ, Hunt JS), Humana Press. Methods Mol Med 121, 321-334.
  3. Leiser R, Pfarrer CD (2006) Analysis of fetal and maternal microvasculature in ruminant placentomes by corrosion casting. In Placenta Research Methods and Protocols, Volume I (eds. Soares MJ, Hunt JS), Humana Press. Methods Mol Med 121, 393-407.
  4. Whiteley KJ, Pfarrer CD, Adamson SL (2006) Vascular Corrosion Casting of the Uteroplacental and Feto-Placental Vasculature in Mice. In Placenta Research Methods and Protocols, Volume I (eds. Soares MJ, Hunt JS), Humana Press. Methods Mol Med 121, 369-390.
  5. Dantzer V, Leiser R, Pfarrer C (2007) Epitheliochorial and endotheliochorial placentae. In The endometrium, 2nd Edition (eds. Glasser S, Aplin JD, Giudice L, Tabibzadeh S), Taylor & Francis Medical Books, London and New York, 476-492.