Ingredient ID 65 
Chinese Pronunciation SHUIZHI 
English Name Leech  
Latin Name Hirudo  
Aliases MaZhi
Cancers Skin
Identified Compounds

order by name

1. Histamine

   C5H9N3   111.15

2. Antithrombin


3. Heparin


4. Hirudin


5. Antithromfin


Recipes that contain
  1. 5      DiAiWan
  2. 35      ZaoZhiSan
  3. 40      QiChongSan
  4. 43      GanAiYiHaoSan
  5. 46      WuChongWan
  6. 141      LiuXiaoGao
  7. 173      TuoDuWan
  8. 190      LuanChaoAiFangSan
  9. 209      DiAiWan
  10. 220      ShuangRenSan
  11. 230      WuGongGongDuTang
  12. 266      ZaoZhiSan
  13. 270      QiChongSan
  14. 277      WuChongWan
  15. 284      GanAiFang
  16. 352      YuHuangWan
  17. 355      LongSheXiaoLiuWan
  18. 422      LiuXiaoGao
  19. 469      TuoDuWan
  20. 501      WeiAiFangIV
  21. 502      LongSheXiaoLiuWan
  22. 519      GanAiFangVI

Available references (order by impact factor):

1:  Sulzer D, Edwards R.
Vesicles: equal in neurotransmitter concentration but not in volume.
Neuron.    impact factor:   16.782
2000;  28(1): 5-7

2:  Bruns D, Riedel D, Klingauf J, Jahn R.
Quantal release of serotonin.
Neuron.    impact factor:   16.782
2000;  28(1): 205-20

3:  Cacciatore TW, Brodfuehrer PD, Gonzalez JE, Jiang T, Adams SR, Tsien RY, Kristan WB Jr, Kleinfeld D.
Identification of neural circuits by imaging coherent electrical activity with FRET-based dyes.
Neuron.    impact factor:   16.782
1999;  23(3): 449-59

4:  Richardson JL, Kroger B, Hoeffken W, Sadler JE, Pereira P, Huber R, Bode W, Fuentes-Prior P.
Crystal structure of the human alpha-thrombin-haemadin complex: an exosite II-binding inhibitor.
EMBO J.    impact factor:   13.973
2000;  19(21): 5650-60

5:  Reverter D, Fernandez-Catalan C, Baumgartner R, Pfander R, Huber R, Bode W, Vendrell J, Holak TA, Aviles FX.
Structure of a novel leech carboxypeptidase inhibitor determined free in solution and in complex with human carboxypeptidase A2.
Nat Struct Biol.    impact factor:   13.555
2000;  7(4): 322-8

6:  Roemer J.
Leeches latch on after reconstructive surgery.
J Natl Cancer Inst.    impact factor:   12.945
1999;  91(20): 1714-6

7:  Shah S.
Why leeches influence my physical examination.
Lancet.    impact factor:   10.197
1998;  352(9145): 2014-5

8:  Huang FZ, Kang D, Ramirez-Weber FA, Bissen ST, Weisblat DA.
Micromere lineages in the glossiphoniid leech Helobdella.
Development.    impact factor:   10.088
2002;  129(3): 719-32

9:  Song MH, Huang FZ, Chang GY, Weisblat DA.
Expression and function of an even-skipped homolog in the leech Helobdella robusta.
Development.    impact factor:   10.088
2002;  129(15): 3681-92

10:  Arai A, Nakamoto A, Shimizu T.
Specification of ectodermal teloblast lineages in embryos of the oligochaete annelid Tubifex: involvement of novel cell-cell interactions.
Development.    impact factor:   10.088
2001;  128(7): 1211-9

11:  Bely AE, Wray GA.
Evolution of regeneration and fission in annelids: insights from engrailed- and orthodenticle-class gene expression.
Development.    impact factor:   10.088
2001;  128(14): 2781-91

12:  Seaver EC, Shankland M.
Establishment of segment polarity in the ectoderm of the leech Helobdella.
Development.    impact factor:   10.088
2001;  128(9): 1629-41

13:  Shain DH, Stuart DK, Huang FZ, Weisblat DA.
Segmentation of the central nervous system in leech.
Development.    impact factor:   10.088
2000;  127(4): 735-44

14:  Isaksen DE, Liu NJ, Weisblat DA.
Inductive regulation of cell fusion in leech.
Development.    impact factor:   10.088
1999;  126(15): 3381-90

15:  Gershon TR, Baker MW, Nitabach M, Macagno ER.
The leech receptor protein tyrosine phosphatase HmLAR2 is concentrated in growth cones and is involved in process outgrowth.
Development.    impact factor:   10.088
1998;  125(7): 1183-90

16:  Stoker AW.
Receptor tyrosine phosphatases in axon growth and guidance.
Curr Opin Neurobiol.    impact factor:   9.287
2001;  11(1): 95-102

17:  Skinner FK, Mulloney B.
Intersegmental coordination in invertebrates and vertebrates.
Curr Opin Neurobiol.    impact factor:   9.287
1998;  8(6): 725-32

18:  Masino MA, Calabrese RL.
A functional asymmetry in the Leech Heartbeat Timing Network is revealed by driving the network across various cycle periods.
J Neurosci.    impact factor:   8.955
2002;  22(11): 4418-27

19:  Zoccolan D, Torre V.
Using optical flow to characterize sensory-motor interactions in a segment of the medicinal leech.
J Neurosci.    impact factor:   8.955
2002;  22(6): 2283-98

20:  Cymbalyuk GS, Gaudry Q, Masino MA, Calabrese RL.
Bursting in leech heart interneurons: cell-autonomous and network-based mechanisms.
J Neurosci.    impact factor:   8.955
2002;  22(24): 10580-92

21:  Zoccolan D, Pinato G, Torre V.
Highly variable spike trains underlie reproducible sensorimotor responses in the medicinal leech.
J Neurosci.    impact factor:   8.955
2002;  22(24): 10790-800

22:  Esch T, Mesce KA, Kristan WB.
Evidence for sequential decision making in the medicinal leech.
J Neurosci.    impact factor:   8.955
2002;  22(24): 11045-54

23:  Burrell BD, Sahley CL, Muller KJ.
Non-associative learning and serotonin induce similar bi-directional changes in excitability of a neuron critical for learning in the medicinal leech.
J Neurosci.    impact factor:   8.955
2001;  21(4): 1401-12

24:  Kumar SM, Porterfield DM, Muller KJ, Smith PJ, Sahley CL.
Nerve injury induces a rapid efflux of nitric oxide (NO) detected with a novel NO microsensor.
J Neurosci.    impact factor:   8.955
2001;  21(1): 215-20

25:  Xie Y, Yeo TT, Zhang C, Yang T, Tisi MA, Massa SM, Longo FM.
The leukocyte common antigen-related protein tyrosine phosphatase receptor regulates regenerative neurite outgrowth in vivo.
J Neurosci.    impact factor:   8.955
2001;  21(14): 5130-8

26:  Ivanov AI, Calabrese RL.
Intracellular Ca2+ dynamics during spontaneous and evoked activity of leech heart interneurons: low-threshold Ca currents and graded synaptic transmission.
J Neurosci.    impact factor:   8.955
2000;  20(13): 4930-43

27:  Cang J, Friesen WO.
Sensory modification of leech swimming: rhythmic activity of ventral stretch receptors can change intersegmental phase relationships.
J Neurosci.    impact factor:   8.955
2000;  20(20): 7822-9

28:  Cacciatore TW, Rozenshteyn R, Kristan WB Jr.
Kinematics and modeling of leech crawling: evidence for an oscillatory behavior produced by propagating waves of excitation.
J Neurosci.    impact factor:   8.955
2000;  20(4): 1643-55

29:  Chen A, Kumar SM, Sahley CL, Muller KJ.
Nitric oxide influences injury-induced microglial migration and accumulation in the leech CNS.
J Neurosci.    impact factor:   8.955
2000;  20(3): 1036-43

30:  Yu X, Nguyen B, Friesen WO.
Sensory feedback can coordinate the swimming activity of the leech.
J Neurosci.    impact factor:   8.955
1999;  19(11): 4634-43

31:  Wessel R, Kristan WB Jr, Kleinfeld D.
Supralinear summation of synaptic inputs by an invertebrate neuron: dendritic gain is mediated by an "inward rectifier" K(+) current.
J Neurosci.    impact factor:   8.955
1999;  19(14): 5875-88

32:  Wessel R, Kristan WB Jr, Kleinfeld D.
Dendritic Ca(2+)-activated K(+) conductances regulate electrical signal propagation in an invertebrate neuron.
J Neurosci.    impact factor:   8.955
1999;  19(19): 8319-26

33:  Reese D, Drapeau P.
Neurite growth patterns leading to functional synapses in an identified embryonic neuron.
J Neurosci.    impact factor:   8.955
1998;  18(15): 5652-62

34:  Lewis JE, Kristan WB Jr.
Quantitative analysis of a directed behavior in the medicinal leech: implications for organizing motor output.
J Neurosci.    impact factor:   8.955
1998;  18(4): 1571-82

35:  Gershon TR, Baker MW, Nitabach M, Wu P, Macagno ER.
Two receptor tyrosine phosphatases of the LAR family are expressed in the developing leech by specific central neurons as well as select peripheral neurons, muscles, and other cells.
J Neurosci.    impact factor:   8.955
1998;  18(8): 2991-3002

36:  Huang FZ, Bely AE, Weisblat DA.
Stochastic WNT signaling between nonequivalent cells regulates adhesion but not fate in the two-cell leech embryo.
Curr Biol.    impact factor:   8.733
2001;  11(1): 1-7

37:  Baker MW, Macagno ER.
RNAi of the receptor tyrosine phosphatase HmLAR2 in a single cell of an intact leech embryo leads to growth-cone collapse.
Curr Biol.    impact factor:   8.733
2000;  10(17): 1071-4

38:  Salamanca S, Villegas V, Vendrell J, Li L, Aviles FX, Chang JY.
The unfolding pathway of leech carboxypeptidase inhibitor.
J Biol Chem.    impact factor:   7.666
2002;  277(20): 17538-43

39:  Xu YZ, Ji Y, Zipser B, Jellies J, Johansen KM, Johansen J.
Proteolytic cleavage of the ectodomain of the L1 CAM-family member tractin.
J Biol Chem.    impact factor:   7.666
2002;  ;[e-pub ahead of print]  40:  Salzet M, Chopin V, Baert J, Matias I, Malecha J.
Theromin, a novel leech thrombin inhibitor.
J Biol Chem.    impact factor:   7.666
2000;  275(40): 30774-80

41:  Chopin V, Salzet M, Baert J, Vandenbulcke F, Sautiere PE, Kerckaert JP, Malecha J.
Therostasin, a novel clotting factor Xa inhibitor from the rhynchobdellid leech, Theromyzon tessulatum.
J Biol Chem.    impact factor:   7.666
2000;  275(42): 32701-7

42:  Leech AP, Boetzel R, McDonald C, Shrive AK, Moore GR, Coggins JR, Sawyer L, Kleanthous C.
Re-evaluating the role of His-143 in the mechanism of type I dehydroquinase from Escherichia coli using two-dimensional 1H,13C NMR.
J Biol Chem.    impact factor:   7.666
1998;  273(16): 9602-7

43:  Hirabayashi J, Dutta SK, Kasai K.
Novel galactose-binding proteins in Annelida. Characterization of 29-kDa tandem repeat-type lectins from the earthworm Lumbricus terrestris.
J Biol Chem.    impact factor:   7.666
1998;  273(23): 14450-60

44:  Schulz JR, Sasaki JD, Vacquier VD.
Increased association of synaptosome-associated protein of 25 kDa with syntaxin and vesicle-associated membrane protein following acrosomal exocytosis of sea urchin sperm.
J Biol Chem.    impact factor:   7.666
1998;  273(38): 24355-9

45:  Reverter D, Vendrell J, Canals F, Horstmann J, Aviles FX, Fritz H, Sommerhoff CP.
A carboxypeptidase inhibitor from the medical leech Hirudo medicinalis. Isolation, sequence analysis, cDNA cloning, recombinant expression, and characterization.
J Biol Chem.    impact factor:   7.666
1998;  273(49): 32927-33

46:  Uson I, Sheldrick GM, de La Fortelle E, Bricogne G, Di Marco S, Priestle JP, Grutter MG, Mittl PR.
The 1.2 A crystal structure of hirustasin reveals the intrinsic flexibility of a family of highly disulphide-bridged inhibitors.
Structure Fold Des.    impact factor:   7.271
1999;  7(1): 55-63

47:  Salzet M, Salzet-Raveillon B, Cocquerelle C, Verger-Bocquet M, Pryor SC, Rialas CM, Laurent V, Stefano GB.
Leech immunocytes contain proopiomelanocortin: nitric oxide mediates hemolymph proopiomelanocortin processing.
J Immunol.    impact factor:   7.145
1997;  159(11): 5400-11

48:  Brodfuehrer PD, Thorogood MS.
Identified neurons and leech swimming behavior.
Prog Neurobiol.    impact factor:   7.09
2001;  63(4): 371-81

49:  Koh DS, Moody MW, Nguyen TD, Hille B.
Regulation of exocytosis by protein kinases and Ca(2+) in pancreatic duct epithelial cells.
J Gen Physiol.    impact factor:   6.382
2000;  116(4): 507-20

50:  Lu W, Randal M, Kossiakoff A, Kent SB.
Probing intermolecular backbone H-bonding in serine proteinase-protein inhibitor complexes.
Chem Biol.    impact factor:   6.242
1999;  6(7): 419-27

51:  Kang D, Pilon M, Weisblat DA.
Maternal and zygotic expression of a nanos-class gene in the leech Helobdella robusta: primordial germ cells arise from segmental mesoderm.
Dev Biol.    impact factor:   6.049
2002;  245(1): 28-41

52:  Werbrock AH, Meiklejohn DA, Sainz A, Iwasa JH, Savage RM.
A polychaete hunchback ortholog.
Dev Biol.    impact factor:   6.049
2001;  235(2): 476-88

53:  Seaver EC, Shankland M.
Leech segmental repeats develop normally in the absence of signals from either anterior or posterior segments.
Dev Biol.    impact factor:   6.049
2000;  224(2): 339-53

54:  Jellies J, Johansen KM, Johansen J.
Ectopic CNS projections guide peripheral neuron axons along novel pathways in leech embryos.
Dev Biol.    impact factor:   6.049
2000;  218(2): 137-45

55:  Cantillana V, Urrutia M, Ubilla A, Fernandez J.
The complex dynamic network of microtubule and microfilament cytasters of the leech zygote.
Dev Biol.    impact factor:   6.049
2000;  228(1): 136-49

56:  Harik TM, Attaman J, Crowley AE, Jellies J.
Developmentally regulated tissue-associated cues influence axon sprouting and outgrowth and may contribute to target specificity.
Dev Biol.    impact factor:   6.049
1999;  212(2): 351-65

57:  Orii H, Kato K, Umesono Y, Sakurai T, Agata K, Watanabe K.
The planarian HOM/HOX homeobox genes (Plox) expressed along the anteroposterior axis.
Dev Biol.    impact factor:   6.049
1999;  210(2): 456-68

58:  Fay DS, Stanley HM, Han M, Wood WB.
A Caenorhabditis elegans homologue of hunchback is required for late stages of development but not early embryonic patterning.
Dev Biol.    impact factor:   6.049
1999;  205(2): 240-53

59:  Tai MH, Zipser B.
Sequential steps in synaptic targeting of sensory afferents are mediated by constitutive and developmentally regulated glycosylations of CAMs.
Dev Biol.    impact factor:   6.049
1999;  214(2): 258-76

60:  Bruce AE, Shankland M.
Expression of the head gene Lox22-Otx in the leech Helobdella and the origin of the bilaterian body plan.
Dev Biol.    impact factor:   6.049
1998;  201(1): 101-12

61:  Tai MH, Zipser B.
Mannose-specific recognition mediates two aspects of synaptic growth of leech sensory afferents: collateral branching and proliferation of synaptic vesicle clusters.
Dev Biol.    impact factor:   6.049
1998;  201(2): 154-66

62:  Biswas SC, Dutt A, Baker MW, Macagno ER.
Association of LAR-like Receptor Protein Tyrosine Phosphatases with an Enabled Homolog in Hirudo medicinalis.
Mol Cell Neurosci.    impact factor:   5.654
2002;  21(4): 657-70

63:  Green BN, Gotoh T, Suzuki T, Zal F, Lallier FH, Toulmond A, Vinogradov SN.
Observation of large, non-covalent globin subassemblies in the approximately 3600 kDa hexagonal bilayer hemoglobins by electrospray ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry.
J Mol Biol.    impact factor:   5.501
2001;  309(3): 553-60

64:  Estebanez-Perpina E, Bayes A, Vendrell J, Jongsma MA, Bown DP, Gatehouse JA, Huber R, Bode W, Aviles FX, Reverter D.
Crystal structure of a novel mid-gut procarboxypeptidase from the cotton pest Helicoverpa armigera.
J Mol Biol.    impact factor:   5.501
2001;  313(3): 629-38

65:  Luo Y, Li SC, Li YT, Luo M.
The 1.8 A structures of leech intramolecular trans-sialidase complexes: evidence of its enzymatic mechanism.
J Mol Biol.    impact factor:   5.501
1999;  285(1): 323-32

66:  Monne M, Hermansson M, von Heijne G.
A turn propensity scale for transmembrane helices.
J Mol Biol.    impact factor:   5.501
1999;  288(1): 141-5

67:  Rester U, Bode W, Moser M, Parry MA, Huber R, Auerswald E.
Structure of the complex of the antistasin-type inhibitor bdellastasin with trypsin and modelling of the bdellastasin-microplasmin system.
J Mol Biol.    impact factor:   5.501
1999;  293(1): 93-106

68:  Grangeasse C, Doublet P, Vincent C, Vaganay E, Riberty M, Duclos B, Cozzone AJ.
Functional characterization of the low-molecular-mass phosphotyrosine-protein phosphatase of Acinetobacter johnsonii.
J Mol Biol.    impact factor:   5.501
1998;  278(2): 339-47

69:  Rade JJ, Cheung M, Miyamoto S, Dichek DA.
Retroviral vector-mediated expression of hirudin by human vascular endothelial cells: implications for the design of retroviral vectors expressing biologically active proteins.
Gene Ther.    impact factor:   5.237
1999;  6(3): 385-92

70:  Depraetere H, Kerekes A, Deckmyn H.
The collagen-binding leech products rLAPP and calin prevent both von Willebrand factor and alpha2beta1(GPIa/IIa)-I-domain binding to collagen in a different manner.
Thromb Haemost.    impact factor:   4.983
1999;  82(3): 1160-3

71:  Verkleij MW, IJsseldijk MJ, Heijnen-Snyder GJ, Huizinga EG, Morton LF, Knight CG, Sixma JJ, de Groot PG, Barnes MJ.
Adhesive domains in the collagen III fragment alpha1(III)CB4 that support alpha2beta1- and von Willebrand factor-mediated platelet adhesion under flow conditions.
Thromb Haemost.    impact factor:   4.983
1999;  82(3): 1137-44

72:  Faria F, Kelen EM, Sampaio CA, Bon C, Duval N, Chudzinski-Tavassi AM.
A new factor Xa inhibitor (lefaxin) from the Haementeria depressa leech.
Thromb Haemost.    impact factor:   4.983
1999;  82(5): 1469-73

73:  Chudzinski-Tavassi AM, Kelen EM, de Paula Rosa AP, Loyau S, Sampaio CA, Bon C, Angles-Cano E.
Fibrino(geno)lytic properties of purified hementerin, a metalloproteinase from the leech Haementeria depressa.
Thromb Haemost.    impact factor:   4.983
1998;  80(1): 155-60

74:  Salzet M, Capron A, Stefano GB.
Molecular crosstalk in host-parasite relationships: schistosome- and leech-host interactions.
Parasitol Today.    impact factor:   4.94
2000;  16(12): 536-40

75:  Fareed J, Callas D, Hoppensteadt DA, Lewis BE, Bick RL, Walenga JM.
Antithrombin agents as anticoagulants and antithrombotics: implications in drug development.
Semin Hematol.    impact factor:   4.931
1999;  36(1 Suppl 1): 42-56

76:  Gunzel D, Zimmermann F, Durry S, Schlue WR.
Apparent intracellular Mg2+ buffering in neurons of the leech Hirudo medicinalis.
Biophys J.    impact factor:   4.58
2001;  80(3): 1298-310

77:  Richardson JL, Fuentes-Prior P, Sadler JE, Huber R, Bode W.
Characterization of the residues involved in the human alpha-thrombin-haemadin complex: an exosite II-binding inhibitor.
Biochemistry.    impact factor:   4.493
2002;  41(8): 2535-42

78:  Hemmi H, Yoshida T, Kumazaki T, Nemoto N, Hasegawa J, Nishioka F, Kyogoku Y, Yokosawa H, Kobayashi Y.
Solution structure of ascidian trypsin inhibitor determined by nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.
Biochemistry.    impact factor:   4.493
2002;  41(34): 10657-64

79:  Lu WY, Starovasnik MA, Dwyer JJ, Kossiakoff AA, Kent SB, Lu W.
Deciphering the role of the electrostatic interactions involving Gly70 in eglin C by total chemical protein synthesis.
Biochemistry.    impact factor:   4.493
2000;  39(13): 3575-84

80:  Martin F, Dimasi N, Volpari C, Perrera C, Di Marco S, Brunetti M, Steinkuhler C, De Francesco R, Sollazzo M.
Design of selective eglin inhibitors of HCV NS3 proteinase.
Biochemistry.    impact factor:   4.493
1998;  37(33): 11459-68

81:  Krezel AM, Ulmer JS, Wagner G, Lazarus RA.
Recombinant decorsin: dynamics of the RGD recognition site.
Protein Sci.    impact factor:   4.457
2000;  9(8): 1428-38

82:  De Filippis V, Russo I, Vindigni A, Di Cera E, Salmaso S, Fontana A.
Incorporation of noncoded amino acids into the N-terminal domain 1-47 of hirudin yields a highly potent and selective thrombin inhibitor.
Protein Sci.    impact factor:   4.457
1999;  8(10): 2213-7

83:  Polverino de Laureto P, Scaramella E, De Filippis V, Marin O, Doni MG, Fontana A.
Chemical synthesis and structural characterization of the RGD-protein decorsin: a potent inhibitor of platelet aggregation.
Protein Sci.    impact factor:   4.457
1998;  7(2): 433-44

84:  Britz FC, Lohr C, Schmidt J, Deitmer JW.
Characterization of a synaptiform transmission between a neuron and a glial cell in the leech central nervous system.
Glia.    impact factor:   4.245
2002;  38(3): 215-27

85:  Deitmer JW, Schneider HP.
Enhancement of glutamate uptake transport by CO(2)/bicarbonate in the leech giant glial cell.
Glia.    impact factor:   4.245
2000;  30(4): 392-400

86:  Muller M, Henrich A, Klockenhoff J, Dierkes PW, Schlue WR.
Effects of ATP and derivatives on neuropile glial cells of the leech central nervous system.
Glia.    impact factor:   4.245
2000;  29(3): 191-201

87:  Deitmer JW, Rose CR, Munsch T, Schmidt J, Nett W, Schneider HP, Lohr C.
Leech giant glial cell: functional role in a simple nervous system.
Glia.    impact factor:   4.245
1999;  28(3): 175-82

88:  Deitmer JW, Kristan WB Jr.
Glial responses during evoked behaviors in the leech.
Glia.    impact factor:   4.245
1999;  26(2): 186-9

89:  Schmidt J, Prinz P, Deitmer JW.
Glial hyperpolarization upon nerve root stimulation in the leech Hirudo medicinalis.
Glia.    impact factor:   4.245
1999;  27(1): 32-8

90:  Lohr C, Deitmer JW.
Dendritic calcium transients in the leech giant glial cell in situ.
Glia.    impact factor:   4.245
1999;  26(2): 109-18

91:  Graf J.
Symbiosis of Aeromonas veronii biovar sobria and Hirudo medicinalis, the medicinal leech: a novel model for digestive tract associations.
Infect Immun.    impact factor:   4.184
1999;  67(1): 1-7

92:  Masino MA, Calabrese RL.
Phase relationships between segmentally organized oscillators in the leech heartbeat pattern generating network.
J Neurophysiol.    impact factor:   3.935
2002;  87(3): 1572-85

93:  Hill AA, Masino MA, Calabrese RL.
Model of intersegmental coordination in the leech heartbeat neuronal network.
J Neurophysiol.    impact factor:   3.935
2002;  87(3): 1586-602

94:  Masino MA, Calabrese RL.
Period differences between segmental oscillators produce intersegmental phase differences in the leech heartbeat timing network.
J Neurophysiol.    impact factor:   3.935
2002;  87(3): 1603-15

95:  Cang J, Friesen WO.
Model for intersegmental coordination of leech swimming: central and sensory mechanisms.
J Neurophysiol.    impact factor:   3.935
2002;  87(6): 2760-9

96:  Burrell BD, Sahley CL, Muller KJ.
Differential effects of serotonin enhance activity of an electrically coupled neural network.
J Neurophysiol.    impact factor:   3.935
2002;  87(6): 2889-95

97:  Scuri R, Mozzachiodi R, Brunelli M.
Activity-Dependent Increase of the AHP Amplitude in T Sensory Neurons of the Leech.
J Neurophysiol.    impact factor:   3.935
2002;  88(5): 2490-500

98:  Mesce KA, Crisp KM, Gilchrist LS.
Mixtures of octopamine and serotonin have nonadditive effects on the CNS of the medicinal leech.
J Neurophysiol.    impact factor:   3.935
2001;  85(5): 2039-46

99:  Friesen WO, Hocker CG.
Functional analyses of the leech swim oscillator.
J Neurophysiol.    impact factor:   3.935
2001;  86(2): 824-35

100:  Baccus SA, Sahley CL, Muller KJ.
Multiple sites of action potential initiation increase neuronal firing rate.
J Neurophysiol.    impact factor:   3.935
2001;  86(3): 1226-36

101:  Wenning A, Erxleben CF, Calabrese RL.
Indirectly gated Cl(-)-dependent Cl(-) channels sense physiological changes of extracellular chloride in the leech.
J Neurophysiol.    impact factor:   3.935
2001;  86(4): 1826-38

102:  Arisi I, Zoccolan D, Torre V.
Distributed motor pattern underlying whole-body shortening in the medicinal leech.
J Neurophysiol.    impact factor:   3.935
2001;  86(5): 2475-88

103:  Baccus SA, Burrell BD, Sahley CL, Muller KJ.
Action potential reflection and failure at axon branch points cause stepwise changes in EPSPs in a neuron essential for learning.
J Neurophysiol.    impact factor:   3.935
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104:  Wang Y, Strong JA, Sahley CL.
Modulatory effects of myomodulin on the excitability and membrane currents in Retzius cells of the leech.
J Neurophysiol.    impact factor:   3.935
1999;  82(1): 216-25

105:  Shaw BK, Kristan WB Jr.
Relative roles of the S cell network and parallel interneuronal pathways in the whole-body shortening reflex of the medicinal leech.
J Neurophysiol.    impact factor:   3.935
1999;  82(3): 1114-23

106:  Lewis JE, Kristan WB Jr.
Representation of touch location by a population of leech sensory neurons.
J Neurophysiol.    impact factor:   3.935
1998;  80(5): 2584-92

107:  Mozzachiodi R, Scuri R, Roberto M, Brunelli M.
Caulerpenyne, a toxin from the seaweed Caulerpa taxifolia, depresses afterhyperpolarization in invertebrate neurons.
Neuroscience.    impact factor:   3.924
2001;  107(3): 519-26

108:  Weisblat DA, Huang FZ, Isaksen DE, Liu NJ, Chang P.
The other side of the embryo: an appreciation of the non-D quadrants in leech embryos.
Curr Top Dev Biol.    impact factor:   3.914
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109:  Pellegrini M, Menconi MC, Pellegrino M.
Stretch-activated cation channels of leech neurons exhibit two activity modes.
Eur J Neurosci.    impact factor:   3.899
2001;  13(3): 503-11

110:  Schmidt J, Deitmer JW.
Peptide-mediated glial responses to leydig neuron activity in the leech central nervous system.
Eur J Neurosci.    impact factor:   3.899
1999;  11(9): 3125-33

111:  Calabrese B, Manzi S, Pellegrini M, Pellegrino M.
Stretch-activated cation channels of leech neurons: characterization and role in neurite outgrowth.
Eur J Neurosci.    impact factor:   3.899
1999;  11(7): 2275-84

112:  Schatzthauer R, Fromherz P.
Neuron-silicon junction with voltage-gated ionic currents.
Eur J Neurosci.    impact factor:   3.899
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113:  De-Miguel FF, Vargas J, Arias C, Escamilla C.
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114:  Crisp KM, Klukas KA, Gilchrist LS, Nartey AJ, Mesce KA.
Distribution and development of dopamine- and octopamine-synthesizing neurons in the medicinal leech.
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115:  de Miguel FF, Vargas J.
Native extracellular matrix induces a well-organized bipolar outgrowth pattern with neurite extension and retraction in cultured neurons.
J Comp Neurol.    impact factor:   3.764
2000;  417(4): 387-98

116:  Thorogood MS, Almeida VW, Brodfuehrer PD.
Glutamate receptor 5/6/7-like and glutamate transporter-1-like immunoreactivity in the leech central nervous system.
J Comp Neurol.    impact factor:   3.764
1999;  405(3): 334-44

117:  Reynolds SA, French KA, Baader A, Kristan WB Jr.
Staging of middle and late embryonic development in the medicinal leech, Hirudo medicinalis.
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118:  Huang Y, Jellies J, Johansen KM, Johansen J.
Development and pathway formation of peripheral neurons during leech embryogenesis.
J Comp Neurol.    impact factor:   3.764
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119:  Reynolds SA, French KA, Baader A, Kristan WB Jr.
Development of spontaneous and evoked behaviors in the medicinal leech.
J Comp Neurol.    impact factor:   3.764
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120:  Miura Y, Arai T, Ohtake A, Ito M, Yamamoto K, Yamagata T.
Requirement for a different hydrophobic moiety and reliable chromogenic substrate for endo-type glycosylceramidases.
Glycobiology.    impact factor:   3.728
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121:  Emes RD, Wang WZ, Lanary K, Blackshaw SE.
HmCRIP, a cysteine-rich intestinal protein, is expressed by an identified regenerating nerve cell.
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122:  Salzet M.
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123:  Tanaka AS, Silva MM, Torquato RJ, Noguti MA, Sampaio CA, Fritz H, Auerswald EA.
Functional phage display of leech-derived tryptase inhibitor (LDTI): construction of a library and selection of thrombin inhibitors.
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124:  Bachali S, Jager M, Hassanin A, Schoentgen F, Jolles P, Fiala-Medioni A, Deutsch JS.
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125:  Kikuchi Y, Fukatsu T.
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126:  Kikuchi Y, Sameshima S, Kitade O, Kojima J, Fukatsu T.
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127:  Indergand S, Graf J.
Ingested blood contributes to the specificity of the symbiosis of Aeromonas veronii biovar sobria and Hirudo medicinalis, the medicinal leech.
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128:  Chen D, Riesbeck K, McVey JH, Kemball-Cook G, Tuddenham EG, Lechler RI, Dorling A.
Regulated inhibition of coagulation by porcine endothelial cells expressing P-selectin-tagged hirudin and tissue factor pathway inhibitor fusion proteins.
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129:  Chen D, Riesbeck K, Kemball-Cook G, McVey JH, Tuddenham EG, Lechler RI, Dorling A.
Inhibition of tissue factor-dependent and -independent coagulation by cell surface expression of novel anticoagulant fusion proteins.
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130:  Beck A, Lohr C, Berthold H, Deitmer JW.
Calcium influx into dendrites of the leech Retzius neuron evoked by 5-hydroxytryptamine.
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131:  Ukhanov K, Mills SJ, Potter BV, Walz B.
InsP(3)-induced Ca(2+) release in permeabilized invertebrate photoreceptors: a link between phototransduction and Ca(2+) stores.
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132:  Schoppe J, Hochstrate P, Schlue WR.
Caffeine mediates cation influx and intracellular Ca2+ release in leech P neurones.
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133:  Pinato G, Parodi P, Bisso A, Macri D, Kawana A, Jimbo Y, Torre V.
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134:  Erba F, Fiorucci L, Sommerhoff CP, Coletta M, Ascoli F.
Kinetic and thermodynamic analysis of leech-derived tryptase inhibitor interaction with bovine tryptase and bovine trypsin.
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135:  Ascenzi P, Bolognesi M, Catalucci D, Pascarella S, Ruoppolo M, Rizzi M.
Leech antihemostatic proteins share the T-knot scaffold, a disulfide-reinforced structural motif.
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136:  de-Miguel FF, Vargas J.
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137:  Beck A, Lohr C, Deitmer JW.
Calcium transients in subcompartments of the leech Retzius neuron as induced by single action potentials.
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138:  Li Y, Perruccio E, Zhang X, Kleinhaus AL.
Bitter substances suppress afferent responses to an appetitive mixture: evidence for peripheral integration of chemosensory stimuli.
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139:  Baker MW, Macagno ER.
The role of a LAR-like receptor tyrosine phosphatase in growth cone collapse and mutual-avoidance by sibling processes.
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140:  Baker MW, Rauth SJ, Macagno ER.
Possible role of the receptor protein tyrosine phosphatase HmLAR2 in interbranch repulsion in a leech embryonic cell.
J Neurobiol.    impact factor:   3.33
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141:  Wu X, Ritter B, Schlattjan JH, Lessmann V, Heumann R, Dietzel ID.
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142:  Johnson LA, Kristan WB, Jellies J, French KA.
Disruption of peripheral target contact influences the development of identified central dendritic branches in a leech motor neuron in vivo.
J Neurobiol.    impact factor:   3.33
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143:  Zhang X, Wilson RJ, Li Y, Kleinhaus AL.
Chemical and thermal stimuli have short-lived effects on the retzius cell in the medicinal leech.
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144:  Gan WB, Wong VY, Phillips A, Ma C, Gershon TR, Macagno ER.
Cellular expression of a leech netrin suggests roles in the formation of longitudinal nerve tracts and in regional innervation of peripheral targets.
J Neurobiol.    impact factor:   3.33
1999;  40(1): 103-15

145:  Xu Y, Bolton B, Zipser B, Jellies J, Johansen KM, Johansen J.
Gliarin and macrolin, two novel intermediate filament proteins specifically expressed in sets and subsets of glial cells in leech central nervous system.
J Neurobiol.    impact factor:   3.33
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146:  Weiss JL, Yang J, Jie C, Walker DL, Ahmed S, Zhu Y, Huang Y, Johansen KM, Johansen J.
Molecular cloning and characterization of LKv1, a novel voltage-gated potassium channel in leech.
J Neurobiol.    impact factor:   3.33
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147:  Wang H, Macagno ER.
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J Neurobiol.    impact factor:   3.33
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148:  Becker TS, Bothe G, Harley AR, Macagno ER.
Cell proliferation in a peripheral target is required for the induction of central neurogenesis in the leech.
J Neurobiol.    impact factor:   3.33
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149:  French KA, Murphy JA, Szczupak L.
Target tissues affect cellular properties of cocultured leech Retzius neurons.
J Neurobiol.    impact factor:   3.33
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150:  Bi Q, Cen X, Huang Y, Zhu S.
Construction and characterization of trifunctional single-chain urokinase-type plasminogen activators.
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151:  Laurent V, Salzet B, Verger-Bocquet M, Bernet F, Salzet M.
Morphine-like substance in leech ganglia. Evidence and immune modulation.
Eur J Biochem.    impact factor:   3.307
2000;  267(8): 2354-61

152:  Ito Y, Yoshikawa A, Hotani T, Fukuda S, Sugimura K, Imoto T.
Amino acid sequences of lysozymes newly purified from invertebrates imply wide distribution of a novel class in the lysozyme family.
Eur J Biochem.    impact factor:   3.307
1999;  259(1-2): 456-61

153:  Kim DR, Kang KW.
Amino acid sequence of piguamerin, an antistasin-type protease inhibitor from the blood sucking leech Hirudo nipponia.
Eur J Biochem.    impact factor:   3.307
1998;  254(3): 692-7

154:  Chopin V, Matias I, Stefano GB, Salzet M.
Amino acid sequence determination and biological activity of therin, a naturally occuring specific trypsin inhibitor from the leech Theromyzon tessulatum.
Eur J Biochem.    impact factor:   3.307
1998;  254(3): 565-70

155:  Bergwerff AA, Stark W, Fendrich G, Knecht R, Blommers MJ, Maerki W, Kragten EA, van Oostrum J.
Identification of Man alpha1-3Man alpha1-2Man and Man-linked phosphate on O-mannosylated recombinant leech-derived tryptase inhibitor produced by Saccharomyces cerevisiae and determination of the solution conformation of the mannosylated polypeptide.
Eur J Biochem.    impact factor:   3.307
1998;  253(3): 560-75

156:  Chopin V, Stefano GB, Salzet M.
Amino-acid-sequence determination and biological activity of tessulin, a naturally occurring trypsin-chymotrypsin inhibitor isolated from the leech Theromyzon tessulatum.
Eur J Biochem.    impact factor:   3.307
1998;  258(2): 662-8

157:  Moser M, Auerswald E, Mentele R, Eckerskorn C, Fritz H, Fink E.
Bdellastasin, a serine protease inhibitor of the antistasin family from the medical leech (Hirudo medicinalis)--primary structure, expression in yeast, and characterisation of native and recombinant inhibitor.
Eur J Biochem.    impact factor:   3.307
1998;  253(1): 212-20

158:  Friedrich T, Kroger B, Koerwer W, Strube KH, Meyer T, Bialojan S.
An isopeptide bond splitting enzyme from Hirudo medicinalis similar to gamma-glutamyl transpeptidase.
Eur J Biochem.    impact factor:   3.307
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159:  Fischer BE, Schlokat U, Himmelspach M, Dorner F.
Binding of hirudin to meizothrombin.
Protein Eng.    impact factor:   3.209
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160:  Sartor C, Limouzin-Perotti F, Legre R, Casanova D, Bongrand MC, Sambuc R, Drancourt M.
Nosocomial Infections with Aeromonas hydrophila from Leeches.
Clin Infect Dis.    impact factor:   3.199
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161:  Siddall ME, Apakupakul K, Burreson EM, Coates KA, Erseus C, Gelder SR, Kallersjo M, Trapido-Rosenthal H.
Validating Livanow: molecular data agree that leeches, Branchiobdellidans, and Acanthobdella peledina form a monophyletic group of oligochaetes.
Mol Phylogenet Evol.    impact factor:   3.127
2001;  21(3): 346-51

162:  Martin P, Kaygorodova I, Sherbakov DY, Verheyen E.
Rapidly evolving lineages impede the resolution of phylogenetic relationships among Clitellata (Annelida).
Mol Phylogenet Evol.    impact factor:   3.127
2000;  15(3): 355-68

163:  Apakupakul K, Siddall ME, Burreson EM.
Higher level relationships of leeches (Annelida: Clitellata: Euhirudinea) based on morphology and gene sequences.
Mol Phylogenet Evol.    impact factor:   3.127
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164:  Kojima S.
Paraphyletic status of Polychaeta suggested by phylogenetic analysis based on the amino acid sequences of elongation factor-1 alpha.
Mol Phylogenet Evol.    impact factor:   3.127
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165:  Siddall ME, Burreson EM.
Phylogeny of leeches (Hirudinea) based on mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase subunit I.
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166:  Meis S, Deitmer JW.
Developmental changes of potassium currents of embryonic leech ganglion cells in primary culture.
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167:  Cruz CP, Eidt J, Drouilhet J, Brown AT, Wang Y, Barnes CS, Moursi MM.
Saratin, an inhibitor of von Willebrand factor-dependent platelet adhesion, decreases platelet aggregation and intimal hyperplasia in a rat carotid endarterectomy model.
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168:  Hochstrate P, Dierkes PW, Kilb W, Schlue WR.
Modulation of Ca2+ influx in leech Retzius neurons II. Effect of extracellular Ca2+.
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169:  Hochstrate P, Dierkes PW, Kilb W, Schlue WR.
Modulation of Ca2+ influx in leech Retzius neurons. I. Effect of extracellular pH.
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170:  Menconi MC, Pellegrini M, Pellegrino M.
Voltage-induced activation of mechanosensitive cation channels of leech neurons.
J Membr Biol.    impact factor:   2.973
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171:  Kravetz RE.
Leech jar.
Am J Gastroenterol.    impact factor:   2.945
2001;  96(3): 894

172:  Raj SM, Radzi M, Tee MH.
Severe rectal bleeding due to leech bite.
Am J Gastroenterol.    impact factor:   2.945
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173:  Feinsod M.
Leeches for the unfortunate locksmith: self-inflicted posttraumatic transient cerebral blindness--mode of treatment and underlying mechanism (1826).
Neurosurgery.    impact factor:   2.821
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174:  Wilson RJ, Kleinhaus AL.
Segmental control of midbody peristalsis during the consummatory phase of feeding in the medicinal leech, Hirudo medicinalis.
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175:  Lohr C, Beck A, Deitmer JW.
Activity-dependent accumulation of Ca2+ in axon and dendrites of the leech Leydig neuron.
Neuroreport.    impact factor:   2.682
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176:  Schnizler M, Krumm S, Clauss W.
Annelid epithelia as models for electrogenic Na(+) transport.
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177:  Ji Y, Schroeder D, Byrne D, Zipser B, Jellies J, Johansen KM, Johansen J.
Molecular identification and sequence analysis of Hillarin, a novel protein localized at the axon hillock.
Biochim Biophys Acta.    impact factor:   2.59
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178:  Coutte L, Slomianny MC, Malecha J, Baert JL.
Cloning and expression analysis of a cDNA that encodes a leech hemerythrin.
Biochim Biophys Acta.    impact factor:   2.59
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179:  Jie C, Xu Y, Wang D, Lukin D, Zipser B, Jellies J, Johansen KM, Johansen J.
Posttranslational processing and differential glycosylation of Tractin, an Ig-superfamily member involved in regulation of axonal outgrowth.
Biochim Biophys Acta.    impact factor:   2.59
2000;  1479(1-2): 1-14

180:  Sommerhoff CP, Bode W, Matschiner G, Bergner A, Fritz H.
The human mast cell tryptase tetramer: a fascinating riddle solved by structure.
Biochim Biophys Acta.    impact factor:   2.59
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181:  Zavalova LL, Baskova IP, Lukyanov SA, Sass AV, Snezhkov EV, Akopov SB, Artamonova II, Archipova VS, Nesmeyanov VA, Kozlov DG, Benevolensky SV, Kiseleva VI, Poverenny AM, Sverdlov ED.
Destabilase from the medicinal leech is a representative of a novel family of lysozymes.
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182:  Jie C, Zipser B, Jellies J, Johansen KM, Johansen J.
Differential glycosylation and proteolytical processing of LeechCAM in central and peripheral leech neurons.
Biochim Biophys Acta.    impact factor:   2.59
1999;  1452(2): 161-71

183:  Cho JH, Park CB, Yoon YG, Kim SC.
Lumbricin I, a novel proline-rich antimicrobial peptide from the earthworm: purification, cDNA cloning and molecular characterization.
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184:  Salzet M.
Leech thrombin inhibitors.
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185:  Schoofs L, Clynen E, Salzet M.
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186:  Donges R, Brazel D.
Determination of recombinant hirudin structural deviants by capillary zone electrophoresis augmented with buffer additives.
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187:  Pandey CK, Sharma R, Baronia A, Agarwal A, Singh N.
An unusual cause of respiratory distress: live leech in the larynx.
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188:  Nagahama T, Ukena K, Oumi T, Morishita F, Furukawa Y, Matsushima O, Satake H, Takuwa K, Kawano T, Minakata H, Nomoto K.
Localization of leech excitatory peptide, a member of the GGNG peptides, in the central nervous system of a leech (Whitmania pigra) by immunohistochemistry and in situ hybridization.
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189:  Aschenbrenner S, Walz B.
Pleated septate junctions in leech photoreceptors: ultrastructure, arrangement of septa, gate and fence functions.
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190:  Rovner ES, Ginsberg DA, Raz S.
Re: Female Stress Urinary Incontinence Clinical Guidelines Panel summary report on surgical management of female stress urinary incontinence.
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191:  Pantuck AJ.
Re: leech therapy for massive scrotal hematoma following percutaneous transluminal angioplasty.
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192:  Haas CJ, Zink A, Palfi G, Szeimies U, Nerlich AG.
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Production and characterization of saratin, an inhibitor of von Willebrand factor-dependent platelet adhesion to collagen.
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199:  Schnizler M, Buss M, Clauss W.
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200:  De-Miguel FF, Vargas-Caballero M, Garcia-Perez E.
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201:  Milde H, Weber WM, Salzet M, Clauss W.
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202:  Bernhardi RV, Nicholls JG.
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203:  Szczupak L, Edgar J, Peralta ML, Kristan WB.
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204:  Szczupak L, Edgar J, Peralta ML, Kristan WB Jr.
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205:  Burgin AM, Szczupak L.
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206:  Marin Burgin A, Szczupak L.
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207:  Calabrese RL.
The roles of endogenous membrane properties and synaptic interaction in generating the heartbeat rhythm of the leech, Hirudo medicinalis.
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208:  Bruns D.
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Methods Enzymol.    impact factor:   2.34
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209:  Waldner JC, Lahr SJ, Edgell MH, Pielak GJ.
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Biopolymers.    impact factor:   2.331
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210:  Lombardi A, De Simone G, Galdiero S, Staiano N, Nastri F, Pavone V.
From natural to synthetic multisite thrombin inhibitors.
Biopolymers.    impact factor:   2.331
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211:  Zaccardi ML, Traina G, Cataldo E, Brunelli M.
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Behav Brain Res.    impact factor:   2.318
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212:  Misell LM, Shaw BK, Kristan WB Jr.
Behavioral hierarchy in the medicinal leech, Hirudo medicinalis: feeding as a dominant behavior.
Behav Brain Res.    impact factor:   2.318
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213:  Hochstrate P, Schlue WR.
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214:  Kilb W, Schlue WR.
Mechanism of the kainate-induced intracellular acidification in leech Retzius neurons.
Brain Res.    impact factor:   2.302
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215:  Muller M, Dierkes PW, Schlue WR.
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216:  Frey G, Lucht M, Schlue WR.
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217:  Stefano GB, Rialas CM, Deutsch DG, Salzet M.
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218:  Muller M, Schlue WR.
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219:  Elphick MR.
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220:  Elphick MR.
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221:  Hill AA, Lu J, Masino MA, Olsen OH, Calabrese RL.
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222:  Shimizu T, Savage RM.
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223:  Goldstein B, Leviten MW, Weisblat DA.
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224:  Aisemberg GO, Kuhn J, Macagno ER.
Netrin signal is produced in leech embryos by segmentally iterated sets of central neurons and longitudinal muscle cells.
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225:  Iwasa JH, Suver DW, Savage RM.
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226:  Tsubokawa R, Wedeen CJ.
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227:  Desjeux I, Price DJ.
The production and elimination of supernumerary blast cells in the leech embryo.
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228:  Shain DH, Ramirez-Weber FA, Hsu J, Weisblat DA.
Gangliogenesis in leech: morphogenetic processes leading to segmentation in the central nervous system.
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229:  Wong VY, Macagno ER.
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230:  Liu NL, Isaksen DE, Smith CM, Weisblat DA.
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231:  Castanon I, Baylies MK.
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232:  Fedorov A, Johnston H, Korneev S, Blackshaw S, Davies J.
Cloning, characterisation and expression of the alpha-tubulin genes of the leech, Hirudo medicinalis.
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233:  Matsushima O, Takahama H, Ono Y, Nagahama T, Morishita F, Furukawa Y, Iwakoshi-Ukena E, Hisada M, Takuwa-Kuroda K, Minakata H.
A novel GGNG-related neuropeptide from the polychaete Perinereis vancaurica.
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234:  Wang Y, Price DA, Sahley CL.
Identification and characterization of a myomodulin-like peptide in the leech.
Peptides.    impact factor:   2.173
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235:  Cellucci CJ, Brodfuehrer PD, Acera-Pozzi R, Dobrovolny H, Engler E, Los J, Thompson R, Albano AM.
Linear and nonlinear measures predict swimming in the leech
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236:  Movassaghi G.
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237:  Mory RN, Mindell D, Bloom DA.
The leech and the physician: biology, etymology, and medical practice with Hirudinea medicinalis.
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238:  Shan D, Zhang RJ.
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239:  Kristan WB Jr, Eisenhart FJ, Johnson LA, French KA.
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240:  Michalsen A, Deuse U, Esch T, Dobos G, Moebus S.
Effect of leeches therapy (Hirudo medicinalis) in painful osteoarthritis of the knee: a pilot study.
Ann Rheum Dis.    impact factor:   1.968
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241:  Gladwell TD.
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242:  Pini M.
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243:  Arocha-Pinango CL, Marchi R, Carvajal Z, Guerrero B.
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244:  Smolle J, Cerroni L, Kerl H.
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245:  Grutter AS.
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246:  Valtonen ET, Pulkkinen K, Poulin R, Julkunen M.
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247:  Kearn GC.
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248:  Pinato G, Torre V.
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249:  Deitmer JW, Schneider HP.
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250:  Nett W, Deitmer JW.
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251:  Ali DW, Catarsi S, Drapeau P.
Ionotropic and metabotropic activation of a neuronal chloride channel by serotonin and dopamine in the leech Hirudo medicinalis.
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252:  Scott D, Coleman PJ, Abiona A, Ashhurst DE, Mason RM, Levick JR.
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253:  Coleman PJ, Scott D, Abiona A, Ashhurst DE, Mason RM, Levick JR.
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254:  Auw-Haedrich C, Keim A, Kist M.
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255:  Grossman MD, Karlovitz A.
Lingual trauma: the use of medicinal leeches in the treatment of massive lingual hematoma.
J Trauma.    impact factor:   1.752
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256:  Fernandez J, Olea N, Ubilla A, Cantillana V.
Formation of polar cytoplasmic domains (teloplasms) in the leech egg is a three-step segregation process.
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257:  Fernandez J, Roegiers F, Cantillana V, Sardet C.
Formation and localization of cytoplasmic domains in leech and ascidian zygotes.
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258:  Wedeen CJ, Figueroa NB.
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259:  Chopin V, Stefano G, Salzet M.
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260:  Vitturi R, Libertini A, Armetta F, Sparacino L, Colomba MS.
Chromosome analysis and FISH mapping of ribosomal DNA (rDNA), telomeric (TTAGGG)n and (GATA)n repeats in the leech Haemopis sanguisuga (L.) (Annelida: Hirudinea).
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261:  Wisenden BD, Pohlman SG, Watkin EE.
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262:  Liu G, Mu SF, Yun LH, Ding ZK, Sun MJ.
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263:  Abo S, Ciccotosto S, Alafaci A, von Itzstein M.
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Carbohydr Res.    impact factor:   1.606
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264:  Zipser B, Bradford JJ, Hollingsworth RI.
Structural analysis of leech galactocerebrosides using 1D and 2D NMR spectroscopy, gas chromatography-mass spectrometry, and FAB mass spectrometry.
Carbohydr Res.    impact factor:   1.606
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265:  Kim KY, Lim HK, Lee KJ, Park DH, Kang KW, Chung SI, Jung KH.
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266:  Hong SJ, Kang KW.
Purification of granulin-like polypeptide from the blood-sucking leech, Hirudo nipponia.
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267:  Stefano GB, Salzet-Raveillon B, Salzet M.
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Immunol Lett.    impact factor:   1.494
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268:  Siddall ME, Desser SS.
Transmission of Haemogregarina balli from painted turtles to snapping turtles through the leech Placobdella ornata.
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269:  Zintl A, Voorheis HP, Holland CV.
Experimental infections of farmed eels with different Trypanosoma granulosum life-cycle stages and investigation of pleomorphism.
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270:  Burreson EM, Kearn GC.
Rhopalobdella japonica n. gen., n. sp. (Hirudinea, Piscicolidae) from Dasyatis akajei (Chondrichthyes: Dasyatididae) in the northwestern Pacific.
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271:  Wise MR, Janovy J Jr, Wise JC.
Host specificity in Metamera sillasenorum, n. sp., a gregarine parasite of the leech Helobdella triserialis with notes on transmission dynamics.
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272:  Light JE, Siddall ME.
Phylogeny of the leech family Glossiphoniidae based on mitochondrial gene sequences and morphological data.
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273:  Tuncali D, Terzioglu A, Aslan G.
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274:  Conforti ML, Connor NP, Heisey DM, Hartig GK.
Evaluation of performance characteristics of the medicinal leech (Hirudo medicinalis) for the treatment of venous congestion.
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275:  Gampper TJ, Celin JF.
The leech pond: a translation and commentary on the notes of Professor Luigi Zersi.
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276:  MacGill KA.
The "chemical leech" revisited.
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277:  Lozano DD, Stephenson LL, Zamboni WA.
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278:  Robinson C.
Artificial leech technique.
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279:  Walton RL, Beahm EK, Brown RE, Upton J, Reinke K, Fudem G, Banis J, Davidson J, Dabb R, Kalimuthu R, Kitzmiller WJ, Gottlieb LJ, Buncke HJ.
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280:  Weinfeld AB, Kattash M, Grifka R, Friedman JD.
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281:  Shah S.
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282:  Utevskaia OM, Atramentova LA.
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283:  Utevskaia OM, Atramentova LA.
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284:  Scrimgeour GJ, Wicklum D, Pruss SD.
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285:  Deitmer JW, Lohr C, Britz FC, Schmidt J.
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286:  Laurent V, Stefano GB, Salzet M.
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287:  O'Gara BA, Abbasi A, Kaniecki K, Sarder F, Liu J, Narine LH.
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288:  Fujino Y, Nagahama T, Oumi T, Ukena K, Morishita F, Furukawa Y, Matsushima O, Ando M, Takahama H, Satake H, Minakata H, Nomoto K.
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289:  Schnizler M, Clauss W.
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290:  Kornreich L, Kleinhaus AL.
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291:  Utley DS, Koch RJ, Goode RL.
The failing flap in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery: role of the medicinal leech.
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292:  Nikonov GI, Titova EA.
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293:  West DJ, Andrews EB, McVean AR, Thorndyke MC, Taylor JD.
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Tissue Cell.    impact factor:   1.028
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307:  de Eguileor M, Grimaldi A, Tettamanti G, Valvassori R, Cooper EL, Lanzavecchia G.
Different types of response to foreign antigens by leech leukocytes.
Tissue Cell.    impact factor:   1.028
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308:  de Eguileor M, Grimaldi A, Tettamanti G, Valvassori R, Cooper EL, Lanzavecchia G.
Lipopolysaccharide-dependent induction of leech leukocytes that cross-react with vertebrate cellular differentiation markers.
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309:  Riehl B, Schlue WR.
Morphological organization of neuropile glial cells in the central nervous system of the medicinal leech (Hirudo medicinalis).
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310:  Pastor Gomez J, Lopez De Armentia M, Mendioroz M.
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311:  Krauthamer V, Crosheck T.
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312:  Shishikura F, Ochiai T, Yamanaka I.
Leech extracellular hemoglobin: two globin strains that are akin to vertebrate hemoglobin alpha and beta chains.
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313:  de Eguileor M, Tettamanti G, Grimaldi A, Boselli A, Scari G, Valvassori R, Cooper EL, Lanzavecchia G.
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J Invertebr Pathol.    impact factor:   .96
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314:  Huguet G, Verdaguer C, Molinas M.
Wound healing after silver nitrate burns in the leech hirudo medicinalis
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315:  Shankland M, Bruce AE.
Axial patterning in the leech: developmental mechanisms and evolutionary implications.
Biol Bull.    impact factor:   .925
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316:  Baskova I, Zavalova L, Berezhnoy S, Avdonin P, Afanasjeva G, Popov E, Gabbasov Z.
Inhibition of induced and spontaneous platelet aggregation by destabilase from medicinal leech.
Platelets.    impact factor:   .882
2000;  11(2): 83-6

317:  Michalsen A, Moebus S, Spahn G, Esch T, Langhorst J, Dobos GJ.
Leech therapy for symptomatic treatment of knee osteoarthritis: results and implications of a pilot study.
Altern Ther Health Med.    impact factor:   .879
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318:  Dossey L.
Maggots and leeches: when science and aesthetics collide.
Altern Ther Health Med.    impact factor:   .879
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319:  Siragusa M, Schepis C, Palazzo R, Fabrizi G, Guarneri B, Del Gracco S, Spada RS, Ferri R.
Skin pathology findings in a cohort of 1500 adult and elderly subjects.
Int J Dermatol.    impact factor:   .867
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320:  Akyurek M, Safak T, Kecik A.
Microsurgical ear replantation without venous repair: failure of development of venous channels despite patency of arterial anastomosis for 14 days.
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2001;  46(4): 439-42; discussion 442-3

321:  Eroglu C, Hokelek M, Guneren E, Esen S, Pekbay A, Uysal OA.
Bacterial Flora of Hirudo medicinalis and Their Antibiotic Sensitivities in the Middle Black Sea Region, Turkey.
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322:  Cottler PS, Skalak TC.
Development of a clinically useful mechanical leech device that promotes flap survival in an animal model of venous-congested skin flaps.
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2001;  47(2): 138-47

323:  Guneren E, Hokelek M, Eroglu C, Uysal OA.
Re: Aeromonas species isolated from medicinal leeches.
Ann Plast Surg.    impact factor:   .864
2000;  45(5): 568-9

324:  Guneren E, Erolu L, Akba H, Uysal OA, Hokelek M, Erolu C.
The use of Hirudo medicinalis in nipple-areolar congestion.
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2000;  45(6): 679-81

325:  Weinfeld AB, Yuksel E, Boutros S, Gura DH, Akyurek M, Friedman JD.
Clinical and scientific considerations in leech therapy for the management of acute venous congestion: an updated review.
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326:  Chun JK, Sterry TP, Margoles SL, Silver L.
Salvage of ear replantation using the temporoparietal fascia flap.
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327:  Mackay DR, Manders EK, Saggers GC, Banducci DR, Prinsloo J, Klugman K.
Aeromonas species isolated from medicinal leeches.
Ann Plast Surg.    impact factor:   .864
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328:  Cho BH, Ahn HB.
Microsurgical replantation of a partial ear, with leech therapy.
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329:  MacQuillan A, Jones ME, Gault D.
Taking a leech to blood: but can you make him drink?
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330:  Haeseker B.
Johann Friedrich Dieffenbach: successful use of leeches in plastic surgery in the 1820s.
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331:  Sawyer RT.
Johann Friedrich Dieffenbach: successful use of leeches in plastic surgery in the 1820s.
Br J Plast Surg.    impact factor:   .826
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332:  Hage JJ, Karim RB.
Johann Friedrich Dieffenbach: successful use of leeches in plastic surgery in the 1820s.
Br J Plast Surg.    impact factor:   .826
2000;  53(7): 632-3

333:  Pereira JA, Greig JR, Liddy H, Ion L, Moss AL.
Leech-borne Serratia marcescens infection following complex hand injury.
Br J Plast Surg.    impact factor:   .826
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334:  Mortenson BW, Dawson KH, Murakami C.
Medicinal leeches used to salvage a traumatic nasal flap.
Br J Oral Maxillofac Surg.    impact factor:   .771
1998;  36(6): 462-4

335:  Salgueiro S, Potts S, McIlgorm EA, Ansell KH, Hemberger J, Gussow D.
A protein from the salivary glands of the giant Amazon leech with high sequence homology to a nicotinic acetylcholine receptor subunit.
Z Naturforsch [C].    impact factor:   .709
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336:  Dorling A, Chen D, Riesbeck K, McVey J, Kemball-Cook G, Tuddenham EG, Lechler RI.
Regulated endothelial cell expression of novel anticoagulants: a strategy for the prevention and therapy of intravascular thrombosis.
Transplant Proc.    impact factor:   .678
2000;  32(5): 971

337:  Csoka TB, Frost GI, Stern R.
Hyaluronidases in tissue invasion.
Invasion Metastasis.    impact factor:   .677
1997;  17(6): 297-311

338:  Kaygusuz I, Yalcin S, Keles E.
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Eur Arch Otorhinolaryngol.    impact factor:   .646
2001;  258(9): 455-7

339:  Pacuszka T, Panasiewicz M.
Photochemical labeling of human erythrocyte membrane proteins with radioiodinated 4-azidosalicylic acid derivatives of G(M3), G(D3), G(M1), and FucG(M1) gangliosides.
Acta Biochim Pol.    impact factor:   .569
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340:  Font WF.
Parasites in paradise: patterns of helminth distribution in hawaiian stream fishes
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341:  Cemerikic D, Nedeljkov V, Lopicic S, Dragovic S, Beleslin B.
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Physiol Res.    impact factor:   .521
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342:  De-Miguel FF.
Steps in the formation of neurites and synapses studied in cultured leech neurons.
Braz J Med Biol Res.    impact factor:   .517
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343:  Sawyer RT.
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Med Hist.    impact factor:   .513
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344:  Talbi M, Stussi JD, Meley M.
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J Reconstr Microsurg.    impact factor:   .494
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345:  La Scala GC, Carroll SM, Forrest CR, Zuker RM.
Use of a mechanical leech in a reverse-flow radial forearm flap: case report.
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346:  Irish JC, Gullane PJ, Mulholland S, Neligan PC.
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347:  Deka PM, Rajeev TP.
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348:  Samama MM.
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Presse Med.    impact factor:   .429
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349:  al-Hadrani A, Debry C, Faucon F, Fingerhut A.
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350:  Baskova IP, Zavalova LL, Basanova AV, Grigor'eva OV.
[The hydrolysis of Glu(gamma-epsilon)Lys-amide bonds in D-dimer fragment of fibrin by destabilase from medicinal leech]
Bioorg Khim.    impact factor:   .397
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351:  Mosolov VV.
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Bioorg Khim.    impact factor:   .397
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352:  Bapat RD, Acharya BS, Juvekar S, Dahanukar SA.
Leech therapy for complicated varicose veins.
Indian J Med Res.    impact factor:   .365
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353:  Iraqi MR, Squali FZ.
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354:  Maksimov GV, Chatterdzhi Sh, Kleinhaus AL, Rubin AB.
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355:  Greig AV.
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356:  Aronson ME.
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357:  Sinclair-Loutit KW.
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358:  Eccles SJ, Butler PE.
J R Soc Med.    impact factor:   .27
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359:  Carter KC.
Leechcraft in nineteenth century British medicine.
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360:  Edelman JR, Lin YJ.
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Cytobios.    impact factor:   .239
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361:  Pryor SC, Elizee R.
Evidence of opiates and opioid neuropeptides and their immune effects in parasitic invertebrates representing three different phyla: Schistosoma mansoni, Theromyzon tessulatum, Trichinella spiralis.
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362:  Sharma S, Goyal A, Jha AK, Upadhya S, Mishra SC.
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Trop Doct.    impact factor:   .198
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363:  Litch JA, Bishop RA.
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Trop Doct.    impact factor:   .198
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364:  Lotz RG, Fuchs H, Bertsche U.
Long-term biological investigations in space.
Acta Astronaut.    impact factor:   .156
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365:  Rosner F.
The medicinal leech in Jewish writings.
Isr Med Assoc J.    impact factor:   .027
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366:  Shenfeld OZ.
Successful use of the medicinal leech (Hirudo medicinalis) for the treatment of venous insufficiency in a replanted digit.
Isr Med Assoc J.    impact factor:   .027
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367:  Gur E, Eldor A.
Medicinal leeches for the salvage of a replanted digit.
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368:  Ahmadizadeh A.
Leech infestation as a potential cause of hemoptysis in childhood.
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369:  Mohammad Y, Rostum M, Dubaybo BA.
Laryngeal hirudiniasis: an unusual cause of airway obstruction and hemoptysis.
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370:  Garcia AC, Martin AM, De Luna Gijon CA, Martin Anaya AS, Mondejar AR.
Leech in the epiglottis: an unusual discovery in our times.
Am J Otolaryngol.    impact factor:   0
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371:  Jin W, Zhang RJ.
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J Comp Physiol A Neuroethol Sens Neural Behav Physiol.    impact factor:   0
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372:  Ventura AC, Mindlin GB, Dawson SP.
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Phys Rev E Stat Nonlin Soft Matter Phys.    impact factor:   0
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373:  Bilgen C, Karci B, Uluoz U.
A nasopharyngeal mass: leech in the nasopharynx.
Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol.    impact factor:   0
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374:  Kubo T, Yano K, Hosokawa K.
Management of flaps with compromised venous outflow in head and neck microsurgical reconstruction.
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375:  Gladyshev MI, Moskvicheva AV.
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Dokl Biol Sci.    impact factor:   0
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376:  Lapkina LN, Zharikova TI, Svirskii AM.
[Invasion of fish with leeches (Fam. Piscicolidae) in reservoirs of the Volga river]
Parazitologiia.    impact factor:   0
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377:  Salzet M, Verger-Bocquet M.
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378:  Chepeha DB, Nussenbaum B, Bradford CR, Teknos TN.
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379:  Tan E, Pan Z, Huang L.
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380:  Fernandez J, Cantillana V, Ubilla A.
Reorganization and translocation of the ectoplasmic cytoskeleton in the leech zygote by condensation of cytasters and interactions of dynamic microtubules and actin filaments.
Cell Motil Cytoskeleton.    impact factor:   0
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381:  White HD, Chew DP.
Bivalirudin: an anticoagulant for acute coronary syndromes and coronary interventions.
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382:  Zhokhov AE, Pugacheva MN.
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Parazitologiia.    impact factor:   0
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383:  Zoccolan D, Giachetti A, Torre V.
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384:  Andrews S.
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385:  Salzet M, Verger-Bocquet M.
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386:  Roth JH.
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387:  Kilb W, Schlue WR.
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388:  Cang J, Yu X, Friesen WO.
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389:  Tan E, Liang C.
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390:  Sohn JH, Kang HA, Rao KJ, Kim CH, Choi ES, Chung BH, Rhee SK.
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391:  Salzet M, Verger-Bocquet M.
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392:  Chalisova NI, Pennijajnen VP, Baskova IP, Zavalova LL, Bazanova AV.
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393:  Stamenova PK, Marchetti T, Simeonov I.
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394:  Nawarskas JJ, Anderson JR.
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395:  Zuba K.
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396:  de Eguileor M, Grimaldi A, Tettamanti G, Ferrarese R, Congiu T, Protasoni M, Perletti G, Valvassori R, Lanzavecchia G.
Hirudo medicinalis: a new model for testing activators and inhibitors of angiogenesis.
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2001;  4(4): 299-312

397:  Matias I, Bisogno T, Melck D, Vandenbulcke F, Verger-Bocquet M, De Petrocellis L, Sergheraert C, Breton C, Di Marzo V, Salzet M.
Evidence for an endocannabinoid system in the central nervous system of the leech Hirudo medicinalis.
Brain Res Mol Brain Res.    impact factor:   0
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398:  Martin P.
On the origin of the Hirudinea and the demise of the Oligochaeta.
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399:  Beck A, Lohr C, Nett W, Deitmer JW.
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401:  Kourakis MJ, Martindale MQ.
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402:  Huizinga EG, Schouten A, Connolly TM, Kroon J, Sixma JJ, Gros P.
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403:  Kim YH, Choi JG, Lee GM, Kang KW.
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405:  Salzet M, Deloffre L.
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406:  Rester U, Moser M, Huber R, Bode W.
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407:  Giusti AF, Hinman VF, Degnan SM, Degnan BM, Morse DE.
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408:  Ukhanov K, Walz B.
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409:  Sieks B, Hochstrate P, Schlue WR.
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410:  Minelli A.
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411:  Soto JM.
Marine leech, Stibarobdella macrothela (Schmarda, 1861) (Hirudinea, piscicolidae), parasitic on the whaler shark, Carcharhinus Brachyurus (Gunther, 1870) (Chondrichthyes, Carcharhinidae), in Southern Brazilian waters.
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412:  Shinkman R.
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414:  Hocker CG, Yu X, Friesen WO.
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415:  Brunelli M, Garcia-Gil M, Mozzachiodi R, Roberto M, Scuri R, Traina G, Zaccardi ML.
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Prog Neuropsychopharmacol Biol Psychiatry.    impact factor:   0
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416:  Eisenhart FJ, Cacciatore TW, Kristan WB Jr.
A central pattern generator underlies crawling in the medicinal leech.
J Comp Physiol [A].    impact factor:   0
2000;  186(7-8): 631-43

417:  Cheikh-Rouhou F, Besbes M, Makni F, Chaabouni M, Ayadi A.
[Limnatis nilotica, cause of severe anemia in an infant]
Med Trop (Mars).    impact factor:   0
2000;  60(1): 100-1

418:  Punin MIu, Kazakov VK, Mkrtchian LG.
[Immunohistochemical detection of the regulator cells in the leech digestive system]
Zh Evol Biokhim Fiziol.    impact factor:   0
2000;  36(2): 141-6

419:  Wright SM, Finical J.
Beyond leeches. Therapeutic phlebotomy today.
Am J Nurs.    impact factor:   0
2000;  100(7): 55-9, 61, 63

420:  Dorovskikh GN.
[The results of a study of the species composition of fish parasites in the river basins of northeastern European Russia. Leeches (Hirudinea), mollusks (Mollusca), crayfish (Crustacea) and arachnids (Arachnida)]
Parazitologiia.    impact factor:   0
2000;  34(2): 158-63

421:  Tasiemski A, Verger-Bocquet M, Cadet M, Goumon Y, Metz-Boutigue MH, Aunis D, Stefano GB, Salzet M.
Proenkephalin A-derived peptides in invertebrate innate immune processes.
Brain Res Mol Brain Res.    impact factor:   0
2000;  76(2): 237-52

422:  Liu L, Jin R, Xu G.
[HPLC determination of uracil xanthine, hypoxanthine and uridine in species of animal drugs]
Zhongguo Zhong Yao Za Zhi.    impact factor:   0
1999;  24(2): 73-6, 124

423:  Tan Y, Xu P, Zhang X, Zhao S.
[Research on anti-thrombosis effect of ethanol extract from beheaded leech (EEBL)]
Zhongguo Zhong Yao Za Zhi.    impact factor:   0
1999;  24(10): 622-3, 640

424:  Cheng-Lai A.
Cardiovascular drug highlight: hirudin.
Heart Dis.    impact factor:   0
1999;  1(1): 41-9

425:  de la Fuente Aguado J, Nodar Germinas A, Touza Rey F, Crespo Casal M, Arnillas Gomez E, Martinez Vazquez C.
[Cellulitis caused by Aeromonas hydrophila]
An Med Interna.    impact factor:   0
1999;  16(12): 635-6

426:  Nikonov GI, Titova EA, Seleznev KG.
[Biological activity of pharmacological properties of the anticoagulant complex (hirudin, plasma kallikrein inhibitor, prostaglandin) from the leech Hirudo medicinalis]
Biull Eksp Biol Med.    impact factor:   0
1999;  128(12): 673-6

427:  Hovingh P, Linker A.
Hyaluronidase activity in leeches (Hirudinea).
Comp Biochem Physiol B Biochem Mol Biol.    impact factor:   0
1999;  124(3): 319-26

428:  Lewis JE.
Sensory processing and the network mechanisms for reading neuronal population codes.
J Comp Physiol [A].    impact factor:   0
1999;  185(4): 373-8

429:  De Eguileor M, Grimaldi A, Boselli A, Tettamanti G, Lurati S, Valvassori R, Lanzavecchia G.
Possible roles of extracellular matrix and cytoskeleton in leech body wall muscles.
J Microsc.    impact factor:   0
1999;  196(1): 6-18

430:  Nikonov GI, Titova EA, Seleznev KG.
A stable prostacyclin-like substance produced by the medicinal leech Hirudo medicinalis.
Prostaglandins Other Lipid Mediat.    impact factor:   0
1999;  58(1): 1-7

431:  Cottler PS, Gampper TJ, Rodeheaver GT, Skalak TC.
Evaluation of clinically applicable exsanguination treatments to alleviate venous congestion in an animal skin flap model.
Wound Repair Regen.    impact factor:   0
1999;  7(3): 187-95

432:  Chalisova NI, Zhuravskii SG, Penniiainen VA, Berezhnoi SN, Artamonova II, Zavalova LL, Baskova IP.
[The stimulating effect of destabilase, a component of Hirudo medicinalis salivary gland secretion, on sensory neuron neurite growth in organotypic culture]
Tsitologiia.    impact factor:   0
1999;  41(1): 48-52

433:  Lu J, Gramoll S, Schmidt J, Calabrese RL.
Motor pattern switching in the heartbeat pattern generator of the medicinal leech: membrane properties and lack of synaptic interaction in switch interneurons.
J Comp Physiol [A].    impact factor:   0
1999;  184(3): 311-24

434:  Iscla I, Arini PD, Szczupak L.
Differential channeling of sensory stimuli onto a motor neuron in the leech.
J Comp Physiol [A].    impact factor:   0
1999;  184(2): 233-41

435:  Fenollar F, Fournier PE, Legre R.
Unusual case of Aeromonas sobria cellulitis associated with the use of leeches.
Eur J Clin Microbiol Infect Dis.    impact factor:   0
1999;  18(1): 72-3

436:  Angstadt JD.
Persistent inward currents in cultured Retzius cells of the medicinal leech.
J Comp Physiol [A].    impact factor:   0
1999;  184(1): 49-61

437:  Hintz K, Gunzel D, Schlue WR.
Na+-dependent regulation of the free Mg2+ concentration in neuropile glial cells and P neurones of the leech Hirudo medicinalis.
Pflugers Arch.    impact factor:   0
1999;  437(3): 354-62

438:  Schmidt J.
Activity pattern of an oscillatory network after synaptic block in the leech central nervous system.
J Comp Physiol [A].    impact factor:   0
1998;  182(4): 501-7

439:  Parpura V, Tong W, Yeung ES, Haydon PG.
Laser-induced native fluorescence (LINF) imaging of serotonin depletion in depolarized neurons.
J Neurosci Methods.    impact factor:   0
1998;  82(2): 151-8

440:  Angstadt JD, Choo JJ, Saran AM.
Effects of transition metal ions on spontaneous electrical activity and chemical synaptic transmission of neurons in the medicinal leech.
J Comp Physiol [A].    impact factor:   0
1998;  182(3): 389-401

441:  Hernandez M, Ramirez Gutierrez RE.
[Internal hirudiniasis: vaginal bleeding resulting from leech bite]
Ginecol Obstet Mex.    impact factor:   0
1998;  66: 284-6

442:  Luo Y, Chou M, Li S, Li Y, Luo M.
Crystallization and preliminary X-ray studies of sialidase L from the leech Macrobdella decora.
Acta Crystallogr D Biol Crystallogr.    impact factor:   0
1998;  54 ( Pt 1): 111-3

443:  Nath RK, Kraemer BA, Azizzadeh A.
Complete ear replantation without venous anastomosis.
Microsurgery.    impact factor:   0
1998;  18(4): 282-5

444:  Ena IaM, Sushko EA, Solov'ev AV.
[The history of leech therapy]
Lik Sprava.    impact factor:   0
1998;  (5): 26-30

445:  Zipser B, Bradford JJ, Hollingsworth RI.
Cholesterol and its derivatives, are the principal steroids isolated from the leech species Hirudo medicinalis.
Comp Biochem Physiol C Pharmacol Toxicol Endocrinol.    impact factor:   0
1998;  120(2): 269-82

446:  Nazar PS, Doroshenko BH.
[The leech therapy of infectious myocarditis]
Lik Sprava.    impact factor:   0
1998;  (6): 146-8

447:  Sergeeva SS.
[Tetrodotoxin effect on spontaneous and evoked impulse activity of leech Retzius neurons]
Ross Fiziol Zh Im I M Sechenova.    impact factor:   0
1998;  84(8): 735-40

448:  Shafer OT, Chen A, Kumar SM, Muller KJ, Sahley CL.
Injury-induced expression of endothelial nitric oxide synthase by glial and microglial cells in the leech central nervous system within minutes after injury.
Proc R Soc Lond B Biol Sci.    impact factor:   0
1998;  265(1411): 2171-5

449:  Zhou Y, Zhu S.
[Anticoagulant peptides and proteins from leeches]
Zhonghua Xue Ye Xue Za Zhi.    impact factor:   0
1998;  19(9): 497-8

450:  Zhang T, Du L, Cui P.
[Experimental study of hirudo and Salvia miltiorrhiza on smooth muscle cell hyperplasia after balloon angioplasty]
Zhongguo Zhong Xi Yi Jie He Za Zhi.    impact factor:   0
1998;  18(3): 159-61

451:  Salzet B, Stefano GB, Verger-Bocquet M, Salzet M.
Putative leech dopamine1-like receptor molecular characterization: sequence homologies between dopamine and serotonin leech CNS receptors explain pharmacological cross-reactivities.
Brain Res Mol Brain Res.    impact factor:   0
1998;  58(1-2): 47-58

452:  Nett W, Deitmer JW.
Sodium-sensitive, calcium-independent potassium conductance in the leech giant glial cell
Pflugers Arch.    impact factor:   0
1998;  436(4): 608-14

453:  Baccus SA.
Synaptic facilitation by reflected action potentials: enhancement of transmission when nerve impulses reverse direction at axon branch points.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A.    impact factor:   0
1998;  95(14): 8345-50

454:  Salzet M, Salzet B, Sautiere P, Lesage J, Beauvillain JC, Bilfinger TV, Rialas C, Bjenning C, Stefano GB.
Isolation and characterization of a leech neuropeptide in rat brains: coupling to nitric oxide release in leech, rat and human tissues.
Brain Res Mol Brain Res.    impact factor:   0
1998;  55(1): 173-9

455:  Raper M.
Slimy little suckers.
Nurs Times.    impact factor:   0
1998;  94(13): 34-5

456:  Luo Y, Li SC, Chou MY, Li YT, Luo M.
The crystal structure of an intramolecular trans-sialidase with a NeuAc alpha2-->3Gal specificity.
Structure.    impact factor:   0
1998;  6(4): 521-30

457:  Thearle MJ.
Leeches in medicine.
Aust N Z J Surg.    impact factor:   0
1998;  68(4): 292-5

458:  Ji-Tuan X.
Four misdiagnosed cases of visceral bleeding caused by Haemadipha japonica.
Southeast Asian J Trop Med Public Health.    impact factor:   0
1997;  28(3): 673-4

459:  Hoylaerts MF.
Platelet-vessel wall interactions in thrombosis and restenosis role of von Willebrand factor.
Verh K Acad Geneeskd Belg.    impact factor:   0
1997;  59(3): 161-83

460:  Di Marco S, Priestle JP.
Structure of the complex of leech-derived tryptase inhibitor (LDTI) with trypsin and modeling of the LDTI-tryptase system.
Structure.    impact factor:   0
1997;  5(11): 1465-74

461:  Salzet M, Stefano G.
Prodynorphin in invertebrates.
Brain Res Mol Brain Res.    impact factor:   0
1997;  52(1): 46-52

462:  Wei AY, Li YQ, Chen JF.
[Clinical study on combined treatment of shuizhi tuyuan powder and nifedipine in treating hypertension patients complicated with left ventricular hypertrophy]
Zhongguo Zhong Xi Yi Jie He Za Zhi.    impact factor:   0
1996;  16(11): 652-4

463:  Maugendre P, Poinsotte V, Brassier N, Chast F.
[Not Available]
Rev Hist Pharm (Paris).    impact factor:   0
1996;  44(312 suppl): 385-8

464:  Zhu YZ, Kang B, Zhu QQ.
[Clinical study of shuizhi-dahuang mixture in treating schizophrenics with blood stasis syndrome]
Zhongguo Zhong Xi Yi Jie He Za Zhi.    impact factor:   0
1996;  16(11): 646-8

465:  Lotz RG, Baum P, Bowman GH, Klein KD, von Lohr R, Schrotter L.
Test of a life support system with Hirudo medicinalis in a sounding rocket.
Life Sci Space Res.    impact factor:   0
1972;  10: 133-43

466:  Lotz RG.
A life support system for satellite experiments over one year.
Life Sci Space Res.    impact factor:   0
1968;  6: 49-55


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