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Dieter Janz - bibliography

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German neurologist, born April 20, 1920.


  • D. Janz:
    Die Epilepsien. Spezielle Pathologie und Therapie.
    Stuttgart, Thieme 1969. 2nd, unrevised edition with an introduction by P.Genton, G.Krämer, and P.Wolf. Stuttgart – New York, Thieme 1998
  • Thomas Sander, T. Hildmann, D. Janz, T. F. Wienker, H. Neitzel, A. Bianchi, G. Bauer, U. Sailer, K. Berek, Bettina Schmitz, G. Beck-Mannagetta:
    The phenotypic spectrum related to the human epilepsy susceptibility gene ≤EJM1≤.
    Annals of Neurology, Boston, 1995, 38: 210-217
  • K. Haug, M. Warnstedt, A. K. Alekov, T. Sander, A. Ramirez, M-I. Niemeyer, B. Poser, S. Maljevic, C. Kubisch, J. Rebstock, S. Horvath, K. Hallmann, J. S. Dullinger, B. Rau, F. Haverkamp, S. Beyenburg, H. Schulz, D. Janz, F. V. Sepulveda, L. P. Cid, P. Propping, C. E. Elger, C. Falhke, H. Lerche, A. Heils:
    Mutations in CLCN2 encoding a voltage-gated chloride channel are associated with idiopathic generalized epilepsies.
    Nature Genetics, New York, 2003, 33: 527-532.
  • N. Schmitz, T. Sander T. (2000)
    Juvenile Myoclonic Epilepsy –The Janz Syndrome.
    Wrightson Biomedical Publishing Ltd., Petersfield, 2000.
  • T. Sander, H. Schulz, K. Saar, E. Gennaro, C. Riggio, A. Bianchi, F. Zara, F. Picard, C. Cieuta, D. Ville, R. Nabbout, J-F. Prud'homme, O. Dulac, L. Bate, A. Sundquist, R. M. Gardiner, A. M. A. J. Janssen, G-J. de Haan, D. G. A. Kasteleijn-Nolst-Trenité, A. Bader, D. Lindhout, O. Riess, T. F. Wienker, D. Janz, A. Reis:
    Genome search for susceptibility loci of common idiopathic generalised epilepsies.
    Human Molecular Genetics, Oxford, 2000, 9: 1465-1472.

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