Katharina D'Herde
Katharina D'Herde
Hoogleraar Anatomie embryologie , Ugent
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Apoptosis and necrosis: detection, discrimination and phagocytosis
DV Krysko, TV Berghe, K D’Herde, P Vandenabeele
Methods 44 (3), 205-221, 2008
Clearance of apoptotic and necrotic cells and its immunological consequences
DV Krysko, K D’Herde, P Vandenabeele
Apoptosis 11 (10), 1709-1726, 2006
Caspase-14 protects against epidermal UVB photodamage and water loss
G Denecker, E Hoste, B Gilbert, T Hochepied, P Ovaere, S Lippens, ...
Nature cell biology 9 (6), 666-674, 2007
Phagocytosis of necrotic cells by macrophages is phosphatidylserine dependent and does not induce inflammatory cytokine production
G Brouckaert, M Kalai, DV Krysko, X Saelens, D Vercammen, M Ndlovu, ...
Molecular biology of the cell 15 (3), 1089-1100, 2004
Connexin-related signaling in cell death: to live or let die?
E Decrock, M Vinken, E De Vuyst, DV Krysko, K D'herde, T Vanhaecke, ...
Cell Death & Differentiation 16 (4), 524-536, 2009
Sesquiterpene lactones as drugs with multiple targets in cancer treatment: focus on parthenolide
MRO Kreuger, S Grootjans, MW Biavatti, P Vandenabeele, K D’Herde
Anti-cancer drugs 23 (9), 883-896, 2012
Macrophages use different internalization mechanisms to clear apoptotic and necrotic cells
DV Krysko, G Denecker, N Festjens, S Gabriels, E Parthoens, K D'Herde, ...
Cell Death & Differentiation 13 (12), 2011-2022, 2006
Gap junctions and the propagation of cell survival and cell death signals
DV Krysko, L Leybaert, P Vandenabeele, K D’Herde
Apoptosis 10, 459-469, 2005
Connexin 43 hemichannels contribute to the propagation of apoptotic cell death in a rat C6 glioma cell model
E Decrock, E De Vuyst, M Vinken, M Van Moorhem, K Vranckx, N Wang, ...
Cell Death & Differentiation 16 (1), 151-163, 2009
Methods for distinguishing apoptotic from necrotic cells and measuring their clearance
DV Krysko, TV Berghe, E Parthoens, K D'Herde, P Vandenabeele
Methods in enzymology 442, 307-341, 2008
The lateral intercostal artery perforators: anatomical study and clinical application in breast surgery
M Hamdi, A Spano, K Van Landuyt, K D’Herde, P Blondeel, S Monstrey
Plastic and reconstructive surgery 121 (2), 389-396, 2008
Necroptotic cell death in anti‐cancer therapy
O Krysko, TL Aaes, VE Kagan, K D'Herde, C Bachert, L Leybaert, ...
Immunological reviews 280 (1), 207-219, 2017
Age-associated differential microRNA levels in human follicular fluid reveal pathways potentially determining fertility and success of in vitro fertilization
A Diez-Fraile, T Lammens, K Tilleman, W Witkowski, B Verhasselt, ...
Human fertility 17 (2), 90-98, 2014
Life and death of female gametes during oogenesis and folliculogenesis
DV Krysko, A Diez-Fraile, G Criel, AA Svistunov, P Vandenabeele, ...
Apoptosis 13, 1065-1087, 2008
Astrocyte–endothelial cell calcium signals conveyed by two signalling pathways
K Braet, K Paemeleire, K D'herde, MJ Sanderson, L Leybaert
European Journal of Neuroscience 13 (1), 79-91, 2001
Oxidized PEs trigger death
K D'Herde, DV Krysko
Nature Chemical Biology 13 (1), 4-5, 2017
Gap junctional communication and connexin43 expression in relation to apoptotic cell death and survival of granulosa cells
DV Krysko, S Mussche, L Leybaert, K D'Herde
Journal of Histochemistry & Cytochemistry 52 (9), 1199-1207, 2004
Correlation of contrast-detail analysis and clinical image quality assessment in chest radiography with a human cadaver study
A De Crop, K Bacher, T Van Hoof, PV Smeets, BS Smet, M Vergauwen, ...
Radiology 262 (1), 298-304, 2012
Mitochondrial transmembrane potential changes support the concept of mitochondrial heterogeneity during apoptosis
DV Krysko, F Roels, L Leybaert, K D'Herde
Journal of Histochemistry & Cytochemistry 49 (10), 1277-1284, 2001
Extrinsic risk factors for compromised blood flow in the vertebral artery: anatomical observations of the transverse foramina from C3 to C7
B Cagnie, E Barbaix, E Vinck, K D’Herde, D Cambier
Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy 27, 312-316, 2005
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