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1. N.G. Than, B. Sümegi, G.N. Than, Z. Berente, H. Bohn:

Isolation and sequence analysis of a cDNA encoding human placental tissue protein 13 (PP13), a new lysophospholipase, homologue of the human eosinophil Charcot-Leyden crystal protein. Placenta, 20, 703-710, 1999.
Impact factor: 2.101

2. N.G. Than, E. Pick, Sz. Bellyei, A. Szigeti, O. Burger, Z. Berente, T. Janáky, Á. Boronkai, H. Kliman, H. Meiri, H. Bohn, G.N. Than, B. Sümegi:

Functional analyses of placental protein 13 (PP13) / galectin-13.

European Journal of Biochemistry, 271, 1065-1078, 2004.
Impact factor: 3.260

3. O. Erez, R. Romero, J. Espinoza, W. Fu, D. Todem, J.P. Kusanovic, F. Gotsch, S. Edwin, J.K. Nien, T. Chaiworapongsa, P. Mittal, S. Mazaki-Tovi,

N.G. Than, R. Gomez, S.S. Hassan:

The change in concentrations of angiogenic and anti-angiogenic factors in maternal plasma between the first and second trimesters in risk assessment for the subsequent development of preeclampsia and small-for-gestational age.
Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine, 21, 279-287, 2008.
Impact factor: 1.089

4. R. Romero, J.P. Kusanovic, N.G. Than, O. Erez, F. Gotsch, J. Espinoza, S. Edwin, I. Chefetz, R. Gomez, J.K. Nien, M. Sammar, B. Pineles, S.S. Hassan, H. Meiri, Y. Tal, I. Kuhnreich, Z. Papp, H.S. Cuckle:

First trimester maternal serum PP13 in the risk assessment for preeclampsia. 
American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 199, 122.e1-122.e11, 2008.
Impact factor: 3.453

5. O. Erez, R. Romero, S.S. Kim, J.S. Kim, Y.M. Kim, D.E. Wildman, N.G. Than, S. Mazaki-Tovi, F. Gotsch, B. Pineles, J.P. Kusanovic, J. Espinoza, P. Mittal, M. Mazor, S.S. Hassan, C.J. Kim:

Over-expression of thrombin receptor (PAR-1) in the placenta in preeclampsia: A mechanism for the intersection of coagulation and inflammation.
Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine, 21, 345-355, 2008.
Impact factor: 1.089

6. N.G. Than, O. Erez, D.E. Wildman, A.L. Tarca, S.S. Edwin, A. Abbas, J. Hotra, J.P. Kusanovic, F. Gotsch, S.S. Hassan, J. Espinoza, Z. Papp, R. Romero:

Severe preeclampsia is characterized by increased placental expression of galectin-1.
Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine, 21, 429–442, 2008.
Impact factor: 1.089

7.  N.G. Than, R. Romero, O. Erez, J.P. Kusanovic, A.L. Tarca, S. Edwin, J.S. Kim, S.S. Hassan, J. Espinoza,

P. Mittal, S. Mazaki-Tovi, L. Friel, F. Gotsch, E. Vaisbuch, N. Camacho, Z. Papp:

A role for mannose-binding lectin, a component of the innate immune system in pre-eclampsia.
American Journal of Reproductive Immunology, 60, 333-345, 2008.
Impact factor: 2.172

8. N.G. Than, O.A. Rahman, R. Magenheim, B. Nagy, T. Fule, B. Hargitai, M. Sammar, P. Hupuczi, A.L. Tarca, G. Szabo, I. Kovalszky, H. Meiri, I. Sziller, R. Romero, J. Rigo, Z. Papp:

Placental Protein 13 (galectin-13) has decreased placental expression but increased shedding and maternal serum concentrations in patients presenting with preterm preeclampsia and HELLP syndrome.
Virchows Archiv, 453, 387-400, 2008.
Impact factor: 2.082

9. O. Erez, R. Romero, D. Hoppensteadt, N.G. Than, J. Fareed, S. Mazaki-Tovi, J. Espinoza, T. Chaiworapongsa, S.S. Kim, B.H. Yoon, S.S. Hassan, F. Gotsch, L. Friel, E. Vaisbuch, J.P. Kusanovic:

Tissue factor and its natural inhibitor in preeclampsia and SGA.
Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine, 21, 855-869, 2008.
Impact factor: 1.089

10. S. Mazaki-Tovi, R. Romero, E. Vaisbuch, J.P. Kusanovic, O. Erez, F. Gotsch, T. Chaiworapongsa, N.G. Than, S.K. Kim, C.L. Nhan-Chang, C. Jodicke, P. Pacora, L. Yeo, Z. Dong, B.H. Yoon, S.S. Hassan, P. Mittal:

Maternal serum adiponectin multimers in preeclampsia.
Journal of Perinatal Medicine, 37, 349-363, 2009.
Impact factor: 1.736

11. N.G. Than, R. Romero, M. Goodman, A. Weckle, J. Xing, Z. Dong, Y. Xu, F. Tarquini, A. Szilagyi, P. Gal, Z. Hou, A.L. Tarca, C.J. Kim, J.S. Kim, S. Haidarian, M. Uddin, H. Bohn, K. Benirschke, J. Santolaya-Forgas, L.I. Grossman,

O. Erez, S.S. Hassan, P. Zavodszky, Z. Papp, D.E. Wildman:

A primate subfamily of galectins expressed at the maternal–fetal interface that promote immune cell death.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, 106, 9731-9736, 2009.
Impact factor: 9.432

12. O. Erez, R. Romero, E. Vaisbuch, S. Mazaki-Tovi, J.P. Kusanovic, T. Chaiworapongsa, N.G. Than, F. Gotsch, C.J. Kim, P. Mittal, S. Edwin, P. Pacora, S.K. Kim, L. Yeo, M. Mazor, S.S. Hassan:

Maternal anti-protein Z antibodies in pregnancies complicated by pre-eclampsia, SGA and fetal death.
Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine, 22, 662-671, 2009.
Impact factor: 1.362

13. E. Vaisbuch, R. Romero, S. Mazaki-Tovi, O. Erez, S.K. Kim, T. Chaiworapongsa, F. Gotsch, N.G. Than, Z. Dong, P. Pacora, R. Lamont, L. Yeo, S.S. Hassan, J.P. Kusanovic:

Retinol binding protein 4 - a novel association with early-onset preeclampsia.
Journal of Perinatal Medicine, 38, 129-139, 2010.
Impact factor: 1.871

14. S. Mazaki-Tovi, R. Romero, S.K. Kim, E. Vaisbuch, J.P. Kusanovic, O. Erez, T. Chaiworapongsa, F. Gotsch, P. Mittal, C.L Nhan-Chang, N.G. Than, R. Gomez, J.K. Nien, S.S. Edwin, P. Pacora, L. Yeo, S.S. Hassan:

Could alterations in maternal plasma visfatin concentration participate in the phenotype definition of preeclampsia and SGA?
Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine, 23, 857-868, 2010.
Impact factor: 2.071

15. T. Chaiworapongsa, R. Romero, J.P. Kusanovic, P. Mittal, S.K. Kim, F. Gotsch, N.G. Than, S. Mazaki-Tovi, E. Vaisbuch, O. Erez, L. Yeo, S.S. Hassan, Y. Sorokin:

Plasma soluble endoglin concentration in pre-eclampsia is associated with an increased impedance to flow in the maternal and fetal circulations.
Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology, 35, 155-162, 2010.
Impact factor: 3.163

16. T. Varkonyi, L. Lazar, A. Molvarec, N.G. Than, J. Rigo Jr, B. Nagy B:

Leptin receptor (LEPR) SNP polymorphisms in HELLP syndrome patients determined by quantitative real-time PCR and melting curve analysis.
BMC Medical Genetics, 11, 25, 2010.
Impact factor: 2.439

17. T. Varkonyi, B. Nagy, T. Fule, A.L. Tarca, K. Karaszi, J. Schonleber, P. Hupuczi, N. Mihalik, I. Kovalszky, J. Rigo Jr., H. Meiri, Z. Papp, R. Romero, N.G. Than:

Microarray profiling reveals that placental transcriptomes of early-onset HELLP syndrome and preeclampsia are similar.
Placenta, 32, S21-S29, 2011.
Impact factor: 3.693

18. A. Balogh, J. Pozsgay, J. Matkó, Z. Dong, C.J. Kim, T. Várkonyi, M. Sammar, J. Rigó., H. Meiri, R. Romero, Z. Papp, N.G. Than:

Placental Protein 13 (PP13/galectin-13) undergoes lipid raft-associated subcellular redistribution in the syncytiotrophoblast in preterm preeclampsia and HELLP syndrome.
American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 205, 156.e1-14, 2011.
Impact factor: 3.468

19. N.G. Than, R. Romero H. Meiri, O. Erez, Y. Xu, F. Tarquini, L. Barna, A. Szilágyi, R. Ackerman, M. Sammar, T. Füle, K. Karaszi, I. Kovalszky, Z. Dong, C.J. Kim, P. Závodszky, Z. Papp, R. Gonen:

PP13, maternal ABO blood groups and the risk assessment of pregnancy complications.
PLoS ONE, 6, e21564, 2011.
Impact factor: 4.092

20. T. Chaiworapongsa, R. Romero, S.J. Korzeniewski, J.P. Kusanovic, E. Soto, J. Lam, Z. Dong, N.G. Than, L. Yeo, E. Hernandez-Andrade, A. Conde-Agudelo, S.S. Hassan:

Maternal plasma concentrations of angiogenic/antiangiogenic factors in the third trimester of pregnancy to identify the patient at risk for stillbirth at or near term and severe late preeclampsia.
American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 208, 287.e1-287.e15. 2013.
Impact factor: 3.973

21. Sz. Szabo, Y. Xu, R. Romero, T. Fule, K. Karaszi, G. Bhatti, T. Varkonyi, I. Varkonyi, T. Krenacs, Z. Dong, A.L. Tarca, T. Chaiworapongsa, S.S. Hassan, Z. Papp, I. Kovalszky, N.G. Than: 

Changes of placental syndecan-1 expression in preeclampsia and HELLP syndrome.
Virchows Archiv, 463, 445-458, 2013.
Impact factor: 2.560

22. P. Chaemsaithong, T. Chaiworapongsa, R. Romero, S.J. Korzeniewski, T. Stampalija, N.G. Than, Z. Dong, J. Miranda, L. Yeo, S.S. Hassan:

Maternal plasma soluble TRAIL is decreased in preeclampsia.
Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine, 27, 217-227, 2014.
Impact factor: 1.367

23. O. Erez, L. Novack, R. Beer-Weisel, D. Dukler, F. Press, A. Zlotnik, N.G. Than, A. Tomer, M. Mazor:

DIC score in pregnant women – A population based modification of the International Society on Thrombosis and Hemostasis Score.
PLoS ONE, 9(4): e93240, 2014.
Impact factor: 3.234

24. N.G. Than, R. Romero, Y. Xu, O. Erez, Z. Xu, G. Bhatti, R. Leavitt, T.H. Chung, H. El-Azzamy, C. LaJeunesse, B. Wang, A. Balogh, G. Szalai, S. Land, Z. Dong, S.S. Hassan, T. Chaiworapongsa, M. Krispin, C.J. Kim, A.L. Tarca, Z. Papp, H. Bohn: 

Evolutionary origins of the placental expression of Chromosome 19 cluster galectins and their complex dysregulation in preeclampsia.
Placenta, 35, 855-865, 2014.
Impact factor: 2.710

25. G. Szalai, Y. Xu, R. Romero, T. Chaiworapongsa, Z. Xu, P.J. Chiang, H. Ahn, B. Sundell, O. Plazyo, Y. Jiang, M. Olive, B. Wang, S.M. Jacques, F. Qureshi, A.L. Tarca, O. Erez, Z. Dong, Z. Papp, S.S. Hassan, E. Hernandez-Andrade, N.G. Than:

In vivo experiments reveal the good, the bad and the ugly faces of sFlt-1 in pregnancy.
PLoS ONE, 9(11), e110867, 1-18, 2014.
Impact factor: 3.234

26. Sz. Szabo, M. Mody, R. Romero, Y. Xu, K. Karaszi, N. Mihalik, Z. Xu, G. Bhatti, T. Fule, P. Hupuczi, T. Krenacs, J. Rigo Jr., A.L. Tarca, S.S. Hassan, T. Chaiworapongsa, I. Kovalszky, Z. Papp, N.G. Than:

Activation of villous trophoblastic p38 and ERK1/2 signaling pathways in preterm preeclampsia and HELLP syndrome.
Pathology & Oncology Research, 21(3), 659-668, 2015.
Impact factor: 1.940

27. G. Szalai, R. Romero, T. Chaiworapongsa, Y. Xu, B. Wang, H. Ahn, Z. Xu, P.J. Chiang, B. Sundell, R. Wang, Y. Jiang, O. Plazyo, M. Olive, A.L. Tarca, Z. Dong, F. Qureshi, Z. Papp, S.S. Hassan, E. Hernandez-Andrade, N.G. Than:

Full-length human placental sFlt-1-e15a isoform induces distinct maternal phenotypes of preeclampsia in mice.
PLoS ONE, 10(4), e0119547, 1-42, 2015.
Impact factor: 3.057

 

28. O. Erez, R. Romero, E. Vaisbuch, J.P. Kusanovic, S. Mazaki-Tovi, T. Chaiworapongsa, F. Gotsch, P. Mittal, S.S. Edwin, C.L. Nhan-Chang, N.G. Than, C.J. Kim, S.K. Kim, L. Yeo, M. Mazor, S.S. Hassan: 

The pattern and magnitude of „in vivo thrombin generation” differ in women with preeclampsia and in those with SGA fetuses without preeclampsia.
Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine, 31(13): 1671-1680, 2018.
Impact factor: 1.569

29. O. Erez, R. Romero, E. Vaisbuch, N.G. Than, J.P. Kusanovic, S. Mazaki-Tovi, F. Gotsch, P. Mittal, Z. Dong, T. Chaiworapongsa, C.J. Kim, C.L. Nhan-Chang, S.K. Kim, L. Yeo, M. Mazor, S.S. Hassan:

Tissue factor activity in women with preeclampsia or SGA: a potential explanation for the excessive thrombin generation in these syndromes.
Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine, 31(12): 1568-1577, 2018.
Impact factor: 1.569

30. L. Madar-Shapiro, I. Karady, A. Trahtenherts, A. Syngelaki, R. Akolekar, L. Poon, R. Cohen, A. Sharabi-Nov, B. Huppertz, M. Sammar, K. Juhasz, N.G. Than, Z. Papp, R. Romero, K.H. Nicolaides, H. Meiri:

Predicting the risk to develop preeclampsia in the first trimester combining promoter variant -98A/C of LGALS13 (Placental Protein 13), black ethnicity, previous preeclampsia, obesity and maternal age.
Fetal Diagnosis and Therapy,43(4), 250-265, 2018.
Impact factor: 2.040

31. N.G. Than, R. Romero, A.L. Tarca, K.A. Kekesi, Y. Xu, Z. Xu, K. Juhasz, G. Bhatti, R.J. Leavitt, Zs. Gelencser, J. Palhalmi, T.H. Chung, B.A. Gyorffy, L. Orosz, A. Demeter, A. Szecsi, E. Hunyadi-Gulyas, Zs. Darula, A. Simor, K. Eder, Sz. Szabo, V. Topping, H. El-Azzamy, C. LaJeunesse, A. Balogh, G. Szalai, S. Land, O. Torok, Z. Dong, I. Kovalszky, A. Falus, H. Meiri, S. Draghici, S.S. Hassan, T. Chaiworapongsa, M. Krispin, M. Knöfler, O. Erez, G.J. Burton, C.J. Kim, G. Juhasz, Z. Papp:

Integrated systems biology approach identifies novel maternal and placental pathways of preeclampsia.
Frontiers in Immunology, 9, 1661, 2018.
Impact factor: 4.716

32. K. Karaszi, Sz. Szabo, K. Juhasz, P. Kiraly, B. Kocsis-Deak, B. Hargitai, T. Krenacs, P. Hupuczi, O. Erez, Z. Papp, I. Kovalszky, N.G. Than:

Increased placental expression of Placental Protein 5 (PP5) / Tissue factor pathway inhibitor-2 (TFPI-2) in women with preeclampsia and HELLP syndrome: Relevance to impaired trophoblast invasion?
Placenta, 76, 30-39, 2019.
Impact factor: 3.177

33. L. Orosz, G. Orosz, L. Veress, D. Dosa, L. Orosz, I. Arany, A. Fabian, L. Medve, K. Pap, Zs. Karanyi, Z. Toth, R. Poka, N.G. Than, O. Torok:

Screening for preeclampsia in the first trimester of pregnancy in routine clinical practice in Hungary.
Journal of Biotechnology, 300, 11-19, 2019.
Impact factor: 3.503

34. A.L. Tarca, R. Romero, N. Benshalom-Tirosh, N.G. Than, D.W. Gudicha, B. Done, P. Pacora, T. Chaiworapongsa, B. Panaitescu, D. Tirosh, N. Gomez-Lopez, S. Draghici, S.S. Hassan, O. Erez:

The prediction of early preeclampsia: Results from a longitudinal proteomics study.
PLoS ONE, 14, e0217273, 2019.
Impact factor: 2.740

 

35. N.L. Szenasi, E. Toth, A. Balogh, K. Juhasz, K. Karaszi, O. Ozohanics, Zs. Gelencser, P. Kiraly, B. Hargitai, L. Drahos, P. Hupuczi, I. Kovalszky, Z. Papp, N.G. Than: 

Proteomic identification of Membrane-associated Placental Protein 4 (MP4) as perlecan and characterization of its placental expression in normal and pathologic pregnancies.
Peer J, 7: e6982, 2019.
Impact factor: 2.38

36. A. Balogh, E. Toth, R. Romero, K. Parej, D. Csala, N.L. Szenasi, I. Hajdu, K. Juhasz, A.F. Kovacs, H. Meiri, P. Hupuczi, A.L. Tarca, S.S. Hassan, O. Erez, P. Zavodszky, J. Matko, Z. Papp, S.W. Rossi, S. Hahn, E. Pallinger, N.G. Than:

Placental galectins are key players in regulating the maternal adaptive immune response.
Frontiers in Immunology, 10, 1240, 2019.
Impact factor: 5.085

37. A.L. Tarca, R. Romero, O. Erez, D.W. Gudicha, N.G. Than, N. Benshalom-Tirosh, P. Pacora, C.D. Hsu, T. Chaiworapongsa, S.S. Hassan, N. Gomez-Lopez:

Maternal whole blood mRNA signatures identify women at risk of early preeclampsia: a longitudinal study.
Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine, https://doi.org/10.1080/14767058.2019.1685964, January 3 2020
Impact factor: 1.737

38. A. Szilagyi, Zs. Gelencser, R. Romero, Y. Xu, P. Kiraly, A. Demeter, J. Palhalmi, B.A. Gyorffy, K. Juhasz, P. Hupuczi, K.A. Kekesi, G. Meinhardt, Z. Papp, S. Draghici, O. Erez, A.L. Tarca, M. Knöfler, N.G. Than:

Placenta-specific genes, their regulation during villous trophoblast differentiation and dysregulation in preterm preeclampsia.
International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 21, 628, 2020.
Impact factor: 4.556

39. L. Vokalova, A. Balogh, E. Toth, S.V. Van Breda, G. Schäfer, I.M. Hoesli, O. Lapaire, S. Hahn, N.G. Than, S.W. Rossi:

Placenta Protein 13 (galectin-13) polarizes neutrophils towards an immune regulatory phenotype.
Frontiers in Immunology, 11, 145, 2020.
Impact factor: 5.085

40. G. Meinhardt, S. Haider, V. Kunihs, L. Saleh, J. Pollheimer, C. Fiala, Sz. Hetey, Zs. Feher, A. Szilagyi, N.G. Than, M. Knöfler:

Pivotal role of the transcriptional co-activator YAP in trophoblast stemness of the developing human placenta.
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA,  117, 13562-13570, 2020.
Impact factor: 9.412

41. Sz. Szabo, K. Karaszi, R. Romero, E. Toth, A. Szilagyi, Zs. Gelencser, Y. Xu, A. Balogh, G. Szalai, P. Hupuczi, B. Hargitai, T. Krenacs, E. Hunyadi-Gulyas, Zs. Darula, K.A. Kekesi, A.L. Tarca, O. Erez, G. Juhasz, I. Kovalszky, Z. Papp, N.G. Than:

Proteomic identification of Placental Protein 1 (PP1), PP8 and PP22 and characterization of their placental expression in normal pregnancies and in preeclamspia.
Placenta, 99, 197-207,   2020.
Impact factor: 3.177

42. R. Gomez-Tolub, A. Rabinovich, E. Kachko, N. Benshalom-Tirosh, D. Tirosh, J. Thachil, L. Besser, N.G. Than, O. Erez:

Placental abruption as a trigger of DIC in women with HELLP syndrome: a population-based study.
Journal of Maternal-Fetal and Neonatal Medicine,  15, 1-11.  September 2020.

Impact factor: 1.737
 

43. AL. Tarca, R. Romero, O. Erez, DW. Gudicha, N.G. Than, N. Benshalom-Tirosh, P. Pacora, CD Hsu, T. Chaiworapongsa, SS Hassan, N Gomez-Lopez:

Maternal whole blood mRNA signatures identify women at risk of early preeclampsia: a longitudinal study.
Journal of Maternal-Fetal and Neonatal Medicine, 34(21): 3463-3474, 2021.

44. AL. Tarca, A.Taran, R. Romero, E. Jung, C. Paredes, G. Bhatti, C. Ghita, T. Chaiworapongsa, N.G. Than, C.D. Hsu:

Prediction of preeclampsia throughout gestation with maternal characteristics and biophysical and biochemical markers: a longitudinal study.

American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 226(1): 126.e1-126.e22, 2022.

45. N.G. Than, M. Posta, D. Gyorffy, L. Orosz, G. Orosz, S. W. Rossi, G. Ambrus–Aikelin, A. Szilagyi, S. Nagy, P. Hupuczi, O. Torok, A.L. Tarca, O. Erez, Z. Papp, R. Romero:

A praeeclampsia korai betegségútvonalai, biomarkerei és négy különböző molekuláris alosztálya.
Nőgyógyászati és Szülészeti Továbbképző Szemle, 2022, in press

46. N.G. Than, M. Posta, D. Gyorffy, L. Orosz, G. Orosz, S. W. Rossi, G. Ambrus–Aikelin, A. Szilagyi, S. Nagy, P. Hupuczi, O. Torok, A.L. Tarca, O. Erez, Z. Papp, R. Romero:

Early pathways, biomarkers and four distinct molecular subclasses of preeclampsia: the intersection of clinical, pathological
and high-dimensional studies.
Placenta / Trophoblast Research, Manuscript No: PLAC-S-21-00788R1 2022. March

Review Papers

1. J. Espinoza, R. Romero, Y.M. Kim, J.P. Kusanovic, S. Hassan, O. Erez, F. Gotsch, N.G. Than, Z. Papp, C.J. Kim:

Normal and abnormal transformation of the spiral arteries during pregnancy.
Journal of Perinatal Medicine. 34, 447-458, 2006.
Impact factor: 1.000

2. R. Romero, J. Espinoza, F. Gotsch, J.P. Kusanovic, L.A. Friel, O. Erez, S. Mazaki-Tovi, N.G. Than, S. Hassan, G. Tromp:

The use of high-dimensional biology (genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, and metabolomics) to understand the preterm parturition syndrome.
BJOG, 113 Suppl 3, 118-135, 2006.
Impact factor: 2.126

3. N.G. Than, R. Romero, C.J. Kim, M.R. McGowen, Z. Papp, D.E. Wildman:

Galectins: guardians of eutherian pregnancy at the maternal-fetal interface.
Trends in Endocrinology and Metabolism, 23(1), 23-31, 2012.
Impact factor: 8.901

4. N.G. Than, A. Balogh, R. Romero, E. Karpati, O. Erez, A. Szilagyi, I. Kovalszky, M. Sammar, S. Gizurarson, J. Matko, P. Zavodszky, Z. Papp, H. Meiri:

Placental Protein 13 (PP13) – a placental immunoregulatory galectin protecting pregnancy.
Frontiers in Immunology, invited review, 5, Article 348, 1-25, 2014.

5. N.G. Than, R. Romero, A. Balogh, E. Karpati, S.A. Mastrolia, O. Staretz-Chacham, S. Hahn, O. Erez, Z. Papp, C.J. Kim:

Galectins: Double-edged swords in the cross-roads of pregnancy complications and female reproductive tract inflammation and neoplasia.
Journal of Pathology and Translational Medicine, invited review, 49, 181-208, 2015.

6. S. Hahn, O. Lapaire, N.G. Than:

Biomarker development for presymptomatic molecular diagnosis of preeclampsia: Feasible, useful or even unnecessary?
Expert Review of Molecular Diagnostics, invited review, 15, 617-629, 2015.
Impact factor: 3.333

7. S. Giaglis, M. Stoikou, F. Grimolizzi, B.Y. Subramanian, S.V. van Breda, I. Hoesli, O. Lapaire, P. Hasler, N.G. Than, S. Hahn:

Neutrophil migration into the placenta: Good, bad or deadly?
Cell Adhesion & Migration, 10(1–2), 208-225, 2016.
Impact factor: 3.872

8. M. Stavski, O. Mor, S.A. Mastrolia, S. Greenbaum, N.G. Than, O. Erez:

Cerebral palsy – Trends in epidemiology and recent development in prenatal mechanisms of disease, treatment and prevention.
Frontiers in Pediatrics, 5, 21, 2017.
Impact factor: 2.335

9. L. Vokalova, S.V. van Breda, X.L. Ye, E.A. Huhn, N.G. Than, P. Hasler, O. Lapaire, I. Hoesli, S.W. Rossi, S. Hahn:

Excessive neutrophil activity in gestational diabetes mellitus: Could it contribute to the development of preeclampsia?
Frontiers in Endocrinology, 9: 542, 2018.
Impact factor: 3.634

10. S. Hahn, P. Hasler, L. Vokalova, S.V. van Breda, O. Lapaire, N.G. Than, I. Hoesli, S.W. Rossi:

The role of neutrophil activation in determining the outcome of pregnancy and modulation by hormones and/or cytokines.
Clinical Experimental Immunology, 198, 24-36, 2019.
Impact factor: 3.532

11. S. Hahn, P. Hasler, L. Vokalova, S.V. van Breda, N.G. Than, I.M. Hoesli, O. Lapaire, S.W. Rossi:

Feto-maternal microchimerism: The pre-eclampsia conundrum.

Frontiers in Immunology, 10: 659, 2019.
Impact factor: 5.085

12. Menkhorst E, Than NG, Jeschke U, Barrientos G, Szereday L, Dveksler G, Blois SM:

Medawar's PostEra: Galectins Emerged as Key Players During Fetal-Maternal Glycoimmune Adaptation.

Frontiers in Immunology, 12: 784473, 2021.

eBook

1. Fetal-Maternal Immune Interactions in Pregnancy. Frontiers in Immunology, Eds. N.G. Than, S. Hahn, S.W. Rossi, J. Szekeres-Bartho

2019, ISBN 978-2-88963-242-8, DOI 10.3389/978-2-88963-242-8, ISSN 16648714

Editorial

1. N.G. Than, S. Hahn, S.W. Rossi, J. Szekeres-Bartho.

Editorial: Fetal-Maternal Immune Interactions in Pregnancy.

Frontiers in Immunology, 10 2729, 2019.
Impact factor: 5.085

Book Chapter

1. N.G. Than, E. Vaisbuch, C.J. Kim, S. Mazaki-Tovi, O. Erez, L. Yeo, P. Mittal, P. Hupuczi, T. Varkonyi, S.S. Hassan, Z. Papp, R. Romero:

Early-onset preeclampsia and HELLP syndrome: an overview.
In: Handbook of Growth and Growth Monitoring in Health and Disease,

Ed.: Preedy V.R., Springer, Chapter 113, 1867-1891, 2012.

2. O. Erez, T. Lanxberg, T.R. Yehudai, L. Bessor, E. Laron, N.G. Than, A. Wiznitzer:

Spontaneous Preterm Labor & Delivery. In: Clinical Obstetrics: The Fetus & Mother. Ed.: E.A. Reece, G.F. Leguizamon, G.A. Macones, A. Wiznitzer. 4th ed. Wolters Kluwer; Chapter 49, 544-565, 2021.

Invited Commentary

1. N.G. Than:
PP13, decidual zones of necrosis, and spiral artery remodeling – preeclampsia revisited?
Reproductive Sciences, 19, 14-15, 2012.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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