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Otto Haferkamp - bibliography

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Biography

German pathologist, born 1929.

Bibliography

  • O. Haferkamp:
    Neurohistologische Befunde beim Pylorospasmus des Säuglings.
    Virchows Archiv, Berlin/Heidelberg, March 1956, 328 (3): 239-248.
  • O. Haferkamp:
    Über das Syndrom: Generalisierte maligne Hämangiomatosis mit Osteolysis.
    Zeitschrift für Krebsforschung, September 1961, 64 (5): 418-426.
  • Berno Heymer and Otto Haferkamp:
    Reticuloendothelial system cells modifying bacterial antigen specificity.
    Medical Microbiology and Immunology, Berlin/Heidelberg, 1971, 157 (1): 96-100.
  • Berno Heymer, Bürckhard Bültmann and Otto Haferkamp:
    Toxicity of Streptococcal Mucopeptides in Vivo and in Vitro.
    The Journal of Immunology, 1971, 106: 858-861.
  • Alexander Wildfeuer, Berno Heymer, Karl H. Schleifer, and Otto Haferkamp:
    Investigations on the Specificity of the Limulus Test for the Detection of Endotoxin. Applied Microbiology, Washington DC, November1974, 28 (5): 867-871.
  • Katja Schladitz, Aila Särkkä, Iris Pavenstädt, Otto Haferkamp & Torsten Mattfeldt:
    Statistical analysis of intramembranous particles using freeze fracture specimens.
    Journal of Microscopy, August 2003, 211 (2): 137–153.

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