COVID-19

    • Bittmann S, Weissenstein A, Luchter E, Moschüring-Alieva E, Villalon G:
    • Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C): The role of viral superantigens in COVID-19 disease
    • Journal of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, J Allergy Infect Dis 2020; 1(1):18-20
    • Tungalag Osgonbaatar, Fuyong Jiao, Stefan Bittmann:
    • Short comment on COVID-19 pandemic in Mongolia
    • Journal of Biomed Research, J Biomed Res 2020; 1(1):6
    • Stefan Bittmann, Anne Weissenstein, Gloria Villalon, Elena Moschüring-Alieva, Elisabeth Luchter:
    • Association of COVID-19 coronavirus and Kawasaki syndrome like features in 1-5 years old children
    • The Neuroscience Chronicles, Neurosci Chron 2020; 1(1):4-5.
    • Stefan Bittmann, Elena Moschüring-Alieva, Anne Weissenstein, Elisabeth Luchter, Gloria Villalon:
    • COVID-19: ACE-2 Receptor, TMPRSS2, Cathepsin-L/B and CD-147 Receptor
    • Journal of Regenerative Biology and Medicine, 2020;2(3):1-3
    • Stefan Bittmann, Anne Weissenstein, Gloria Villalon, Elena Moschüring-Alieva, Elisabeth Luchter:
    • Simultaneous Treatment of COVID-19 With Serine Protease Inhibitor Camostat and/or Cathepsin L Inhibitor?
    • Journal of Clinical Medicine Research, jocmr4161
    • Stefan Bittmann, Anne Weissenstein, Gloria Villalon, Elena Moschüring- Alieva, Lara Bittmann, Elisabeth Luchter:
    • Front-line Healthcare Workers in COVID-19: The way from Elbow-Bump Greeting to Closing Body Bags
    • Journal of Regenerative Biology and Medicine, 2020;2(3):1-3.
    • Stefan Bittmann, Anne Weissenstein, Elisabeth Luchter, Gloria Villalon, Elena Moschüring- Alieva:
    • ACE-2-Receptors of the Epidermis, Dermal Vascular Walls and Sebaceous Gland Cells: The Way of COVID-19 Entry into the Body?
    • Journal of Regenerative Biology and Medicine, 2020;2(3):1-3.
    • Stefan Bittmann, Elisabeth Luchter, Lara Bittmann, Elena Moschüring-Alieva, Anne Weissenstein, Gloria Villalon:
    • COVID-19: Expression of ACE2-receptors in the Brain Suggest Neurotropic Damage
    • Journal of Regenerative Biology and Medicine, 2020;2(3):1-3
    • Stefan Bittmann, Anne Weissenstein, Elena Moschüring-Alieva, Lara Bittmann, Elisabeth Luchter, Gloria Villalon:
    • The role of TMPRSS2 and TMPRSS2- Inhibitors in cell entry mechanism of COVID-19
    • Journal of Regenerative Biology and Medicine, 2020;2(3):1-3.
    • Bittmann S, Weissenstein A, Villalon G, Moschüring-Alieva E, Bittmann L, Luchter E:
    • Does COVID-19 Uses ACE-2-Receptors of the Epidermis As Entry into the Body?
    • Research in Pediatrics & Neonatology, RPN.000590. 4(3).2020
    • Stefan Bittmann, Elisabeth Luchter, Gloria Villalon:
    • COVID-19-fatality Analysis 3 Months after Outbreak in Children
    • Clinical Surgery Journals, Vol 4 Iss 2
    • Stefan Bittmann, Elena Moschüring-Alieva, Anne Weissenstein, Elisabeth Luchter, Gloria Villalon:
    • The Role of TMPRSS2-Inhibitor Camostat in the Pathogenesis of COVID-19 in Lung Cells
    • Journal of Stem Cell Research, 2020-04-15
    • Stefan Bittmann, Anne Weissenstein, Gloria Villalon, Elena Moschüring-Alieva, Lara Bittmann, Elisabeth Luchter:
    • Treatment Options in COVID-19: The Role of Bioavailable Antiviral Ribonucleoside Analogon NHC in vitro
    • Journal of Regenerative Biology and Medicine, 2020;2(2):1-2.024
    • Stefan Bittmann, Elisabeth Luchter, Elena Moschüring Alieva, Anne Weissenstein, Gloria Villalon
    • A Neurotropic Potential for Brain Damage in COVID-19
    • BIOMEDICAL Journal of Scientific & Technical Research, 27(1)-2020. BJSTR. MS.ID.004437.
    • Stefan Bittmann, Elisabeth Luchter, Anne Weissenstein, Gloria Villalon, Elena Moschüring-Alieva:
    • TMPRSS2-Inhibitors Play a role in Cell Entry Mechanism of COVID-19: An Insight into Camostat and Nafamostat
    • Journal of Regenerative Biology and Medicine, 2020;2(2):1-3.
    • Stefan Bittmann, Anne Weissenstein, Gloria Villalon, Elena Moschüring-Alieva, Lara Bittmann, Elisabeth Luchter:
    • COVID-19: The Importance of Adequate Personal Protective Equipment in Healthcare Medical Staff
    • Journal of Regenerative Biology and Medicine, 2020;2(2):1-2.
    • Stefan Bittmann, Elisabeth Luchter, Elena Moschüring-Alieva, Gloria Villalon, Anne Weissenstein:
    • COVID 19: Camostat and The Role of Serine Protease Entry Inhibitor TMPRSS2
    • Journal of Regenerative Biology and Medicine, 2020;2(2):1-2
    • Bittmann S:
    • Covid-19-The Role of Children and Search for Effective Treatment Options with Promising view to Angiotensin II Inhibitors
    • American Journal of Biomedical Science and Research 2020 - 8(4). (MS.ID.001273. DOI: 10.34297/AJBSR.2020.08.001273)
    • Bittmann S:
    • COVID-19 in Adults and Children: The Clock is Ticking.
    • Journal of Regenerative Biology and Medicine, 2020;2(2):1-2.
    • Fuyong Jiao, Stefan Bittmann:
    • A new classification of clinical findings and treatment options of SARS-CoV-2 infection in children from China
    • Advances of Pediatric Research 2020, 7:37. dot:10.35248/2385-4529.20.7.37
    • Stefan Bittmann, Elisabeth Luchter, Gloria Villalon, Elena Moschüring-Alieva, Anne Weissenstein
    • Clinical Landmarks of COVID-19 in Newborn, Children and Teenagers
    • Journal of Pediatric Health and Nutrition
    • Stefan Bittmann:
    • COVID-19: What We Know
    • Journal of Pediatric Health and Nutrition 2020, published online (ahead of print)
    • Bittmann S*, Luchter E and Villalon G:
    • COVID-19: The Importance of Mouth Mask and Good Virostatic Mouth Hygiene to Prevent Infection
    • Paediatr Neonatal Med 2(1): 112, 2020
    • Stefan Bittmann*, Elisabeth Luchter, Anne Weissenstein, Gloria Villalon
    • SARS-CoV-2-Infection in Children and Newborn: Less Severe Than in Adults?
    • American Journal of Biomedical Science and Research 2020 - 8(3). (MS.ID.001269. DOI: 10.34297/AJBSR.2020.08.001269)
    • Bittmann S
    • COVID-19: The role of Angiotensin-2 Receptor in Transmission Process
    • Journal of Regenerative Biology and Medicine, 2020;2(1):1-2.

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