2000

  • Krieger F, Wedel T, Meier-Ruge W, Singer MV, Krammer HJ (2000) Immunohistochemical evaluation of the cholinergic, nitrergic and peptidergic innervation of intestinal neuronal dysplasia (IND) in children. The architectural heterogeneity of the enteric nervous system in the forestomach of ruminants. In Krammer HJ, Singer MV (eds) Neurogastroenterology - from the Basics to the Clinics. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Dordrecht, Boston, London, pp 504-510
  • Schneider GBT, Wedel T, Dembowski C, Ehrenreich J, Singer MV, Krammer HJ (2000) Three-dimensional architecture of the enteric nervous system in homozygous endothelin-B-receptor (ETB) deficient (spotting lethal) rats compared to patients with Hirschsprung´s disease. In Krammer HJ, Singer MV (eds) Neurogastroenterology - from the Basics to the Clinics. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Dordrecht, Boston, London, pp 485-492
  • Wedel T, Roblick UJ, Schiedeck THK, Bruch HP, Krammer HJ (2000) The enteric nervous system of the human colon demonstrated by wholemount immunohistochemistry: normal structure and histopathlogy in chronic intestinal motility disorders. In Krammer HJ, Singer MV (eds) Neurogastroenterology - from the Basics to the Clinics. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Dordrecht, Boston, London, pp 441-453
  • Teixeira AF, Wedel T, Kühnel W, Krammer HJ (2000) The architectural heterogeneity of the enteric nervous system in the forestomach of ruminants. In Krammer HJ, Singer MV (eds) Neurogastroenterology - from the Basics to the Clinics. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Dordrecht, Boston, London, pp 107-115
  • Leffler A, Wedel T, Busch LC (2000) Abnormalities of the enteric nervous system in an animal model for Down´s Syndrome. In Krammer HJ, Singer MV (eds) Neurogastroenterology - from the Basics to the Clinics. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Dordrecht, Boston, London, pp 496-503
  • Wedel T, Krammer HJ, Holschneider AM (2000) Electron microscopical studies of Hirschsprung´s disease. In Holschneider AM, Puri P (eds) Hirschsprung´s disease and allied disorders. Harwood Academic Publishers. Amsterdam, pp 280-290