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  • KRISCHEK Boris ID: 9000003592679

    Departments of Neurosurgery, Philipps University Hospital Marburg (2004 from CiNii)

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Arteriovenous Malformation Surrounding the Trigeminal Nerve : Case Report (2004)
  • KRISCHEK Boris ID: 9000006510677

    Department of Neurosurgery, University of Tubingen (2010 from CiNii)

    Articles in CiNii:4

    • The genetics of intracranial aneurysms (2006)
    • Is there any evidence for linkage on chromosome 17cen in affected Japanese sib-pairs with an intracranial aneurysm? (2006)
    • Genome-wide association study to identify genetic variants present in Japanese patients harboring intracranial aneurysms (2010)
  • KRISCHEK Boris ID: 9000006677321

    Klinik fur Neurochirurgie Universitatsklinikum Tubingen (2008 from CiNii)

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Letter to the Editor (2008)
  • KRISCHEK Boris ID: 9000017696611

    Department of Neurosurgery, University of Tubingen (2010 from CiNii)

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • A rare Asian founder polymorphism of Raptor may explain the high prevalence of Moyamoya disease among East Asians and its low prevalence among Caucasians (2010)
  • KRISCHEK Boris ID: 9000019188599

    Department of Neurosurgery, University of Tubingen (2010 from CiNii)

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Genetics of Moyamoya disease (2010)
  • KRISCHEK Boris ID: 9000021435632

    Klinik für Neurochirurgie Universitätsklinikum Tübingen (2008 from CiNii)

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Reply: (2008)
  • Krischek Boris ID: 9000022227548

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Identification of RNF213 as a Susceptibility Gene for Moyamoya Disease and Its Possible Role in Vascular Development (2011)
  • Krischek Boris ID: 9000283281595

    Department of Neurosurgery, University of Tübingen (2012 from CiNii)

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Histological characteristics of incidentally-found growing meningiomas (2012)
  • Krischek Boris ID: 9000401512325

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • A rare Asian founder polymorphism of Raptor may explain the high prevalence of Moyamoya disease among East Asians and its low prevalence among Caucasians (2009)
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