Items where Division is "Doctoral School of Theoretical Medicine" and Year is 2010

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Number of items: 13.

B

Biczó György
Pathogenesis of basic amino acidinduced experimental acute pancreatitis: the role of urea cycle metabolites and polyamines.
[Thesis] (Unpublished)

Braunitzer Gábor
Visual development in school-age healthy and migraineous children.
[Thesis] (Unpublished)

F

Farkas Klaudia
Experimental and clinical investigations in ulcerative colitis.
[Thesis] (Unpublished)

H

Hajdú Ildikó
The mechanisms of sleep suppression and drinking elicited by intracerebral somatostatinergic stimulation.
[Thesis] (Unpublished)

K

Kapás Levente
Metabolic signals in sleep regulation: the role of cholecystokinin.
[Thesis] (Unpublished)

Klement Éva
Mass spectrometry analysis of protein post-translational modifications: phosphorylation and O-GlcNAc glycosylation.
[Thesis] (Unpublished)

M

Mécs László
Peripheral antinociceptive effects of endogenous ligands (endomorphin-1, 2-arachidonoyl glycerol and kynurenic acid) in a joint pain model.
[Thesis] (Unpublished)

N

Nagy Attila
Nonsyndromic hearing loss of genetic origin in Hungary: from molecular biology to clinical data.
[Thesis] (Unpublished)

P

Paizs Melinda
Association of calcium buffering capacity and local inflammatory reactions in injury of motor neurons.
[Thesis] (Unpublished)

R

Rosta Judit
Neurogenic vascular responses mediated by capsaicin-sensitive nociceptive afferents in the rat dura mater encephali: Implications for the pathomechanism of headaches.
[Thesis] (Unpublished)

S

Szentirmai Éva
The role of ghrelin and neuropeptide Y in the shared regulation of feeding and arousal.
[Thesis] (Unpublished)

T

Tuboly Gábor
Modulation of pain sensitivity by endogenous and exogenous ligands and by social isolation.
[Thesis] (Unpublished)

Tóth Ferenc
Application of auditory evoked responses in special cases.
[Thesis] (Unpublished)

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