PUBLIKATIONEN

Primary Author:
  1. Artemotil Artecef,
  2. Accumulation of fluconazole in scalp hair,
  3. Pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic interaction study between midazolam and the macrolide antibiotics, erythromycin, clarithromycin, and the azalide azithromycin,
  4. Screening for cytochrome P450 3A in man: studies with midazolam and nifedipine,
  5. Interaction between midazolam and clarithromycin: comparison with azithromycin,
  6. Comparative pharmacokinetics of fluconazole and itraconazole in Japanese and in German subjects,
  7. Influence of doxazosin on the activity of the endothelium-derived relaxing factor,
  8. The pharmacokinetics of fluconazole after a single intravenous dose in AIDS patients, 38, 77-79
  9. The pharmacokinetics of fluconazole after a single intravenous dose in AIDS patients,
  10. Total prevention of the development of in vitro tolerance to organic nitrates,      
  11. Possible mechanisms of activation of soluble guanylate cyclase by organic nitrates,
  12. Antagonism of glycerol trinitrate activity by an inhibitor of glutathione-S-transferase,
  13. A preliminary study of the pharmacokinetics of desmethyldiazepam administered as drops or tablets,
  14. The reaction between organic nitrates and sulphydryl compounds,
  15. The mosquito Aedes aegypti (L.): evidence for three new proteinases,
  16. Proteinases of female Aedes aegypti (L.),
  17. Measurement of anti-enzyme antibodies using an active-site directed radiolabel,
  18. Nematode acetylcholinesterases,
  19. Interaction of beef-heart mitochondrial ATPase, coupling factor F1, with aurovertin,
  20. Induction of conformational changes in bovine liver glutamate dehydrogenase by a steroid analogue. I.
  21. Induction of conformational changes in bovine liver glutamate dehydrogenase by a steroid analogue. II.
Co-Author:
  1. Fluconazole penetration into the pancreas, S. Shrikande, H. Friess, C. Issenegger, M. E. Martignoni, H. Yong, B. Gloor, R. Yeates, J. Kleef, M.W. Buchler, Antimicrob Agents Chemother(2000) 44, 2569-2571
  2. The pharmacokinetics of extended-release formulations of calcium antagonists and of amlodipine in subjects with different gastrointestinal transit times, T. Zimmermann, H. Laufen, R. Yeates, F. Scharpf, K.-D. Riedel, T. Schumacher, J Clin Pharmacol (1999) 39, 1021-1031
  3. The uptake of fluconazole in finger and toe nails, H. Laufen, T. Zimmermann, R. A. Yeates, T. Schumacher, A. Wildfeuer, Int J Clin Pharmacol Ther (1999) 37, 352-360
  4. Fluconazole concentrations in pulmonary tissue and pericardial fluid, C. M.Rieder-Nelissen, J. Hasse, R. A. Yeates, E. Sarnow, Infection (1997) 25, 192-194
  5. Fluconazole: review of tissue pharmacokinetics and in vitro activity, A. Wildfeuer, H. Laufen, A.-F. Schmalreck, R.A. Yeates, T. Zimmermann, Mycoses (1997) 40, 259-265
  6. Fluconazole: comparison of pharmacokinetics, therapy and in vitro susceptibility of yeasts, A. Wildfeuer, H. Laufen, A.-F. Schmalreck, R.A. Yeates, T. Zimmermann, Mycoses (1996) 39 (S2), 51-57
  7. Influence of the antibiotics erythromycin and azithromycin on the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of midazolam, T. Zimmermann, R. A. Yeates, H. Laufen, A. Wildfeuer. Drug Res. (1996) 46, 213-217
  8. A new pharmaceutical concept for the treatment of oropharangeal and oesophageal candidosis with fluconazole, A. Wildfeuer, H. Laufen, R. A. Yeates, Mycoses (1996) 39 (S1), 123-126
  9. Pharmacokinetic optimization of the treatment of oral candidiasis with fluconazole. Studies with a suspension, H. Laufen, R. A. Yeates, T. Zimmermann, C. de los Reyes, Drugs Exptl Clin Res (1995) 21, 23-28
  10. Single-dose pharmacokinetics of fluconazole in patients with liver cirrhosis, M. Ruhnke, R. A. Yeates, M. Sarnow, G. Pfaff, A. Hartmann, G. Trautmann, J Antimicrob Chemother (1995) 35, 641-647
  11. The influence of gastric pH on the pharmacokinetics of fluconazole: the effect of omeprazole, T. Zimmermann, R. A. Yeates, K. Riedel, P. Lach, H. Laufen, Int J Clin Pharm Ther (1994) 32, 491-49620.
  12. The influence of concomitant food intake on the oral absorption of two triazole antifungal agents, itraconazole and fluconazole, T. Zimmermann, R. A. Yeates, H. Laufen, Eur J Clin Pharmacol (1994) 46, 147-150
  13. The influence of concomitant food intake on the gastrointestinal absorption of fluconazole and itraconazole in Japanese subjects, T. Zimmermann, R. A. Yeates, M. Albrecht, H. Laufen, Int J Clin Pharm Ther (1994) 14, 87-93
  14. Administration of the antimycotic agents fluconazole and itraconazole to leukaemia patients: a comparative pharmacokinetic study, S. Lazo de Vega, P.Volkow, R. A. Yeates, G. Pfaff, Drugs Exptl Clin Res (1994) 20, 69-75
  15. Pharmacokinetics and tolerance of fluconazole suppositories in healthy volunteers, G. Pfaff, T. Zimmermann, R. A. Yeates, Drug Res (1993) 43, 391-395
  16. Single dose intravenous pharmacokinetics of fluconazole in infants, I. Krzeska, R. A. Yeates, G. Pfaff, Drugs Clin Exptl Clin Res (1993) 19, 267-271
  17. Relative bioavailability of sultamicillin in healthy volunteers following administration of two tablet formulations, A. Wildfeuer, T. Zimmermann, R. A. Yeates, H. Laufen, J Int Med Res (1992) 20, 4A-11A
  18. Comparison of isobutyl nitrate and isobutyl nitrite: tolerance and crosstolerance to glyceryl trinitrate, T. Zimmermann, M. Leitold, R. A. Yeates, Eur J Pharmacol (1991)192, 181-184
  19. Pharmacokinetic profile of fluconazole, a systemic antimycotic, A. Wildfeuer, T. Zimmermann, R. A. Yeates, Med Welt (1991) 42, 436-440
  20. Gas chromatographic assay of glycerol mononitrates in biological samples, F. Scharpf, R. A. Yeates, H.Laufen, G. Eibel, J Chromatog (1987) 413, 91-99
  21. Studies on the pharmacology and pharmacokinetics of glycerol-2-nitrate, M. Leitold, H.Laufen, R. A. Yeates, Drug Res (1987) 37, 692-698
  22. Hypotensive, anti-anginal activity of glycerol-1-nitrate in the rat and in the dog, M. Leitold, H. Laufen, R. A. Yeates, Drug Res (1986) 36, 1577-1582
  23. Pharmacokinetics of oral doses of glycerol-1-nitrate, H. Laufen, R. A. Yeates, M. Leitold Eur J Clin Pharmacol (1986) 31, 169-175
  24. Ultrastructural damage of in vitro cultures of ookinetes of Plasmodium gallinaceum (Brumpt) by purified proteinases of susceptible Aedes aegypti (L.), R. Gass, R.A. Yeates Z.Parasitenkunde (1981) 66, 93-97
  25. In vitro damage of cultured ookinetes of Plasmodium gallinaceum by digestive proteinases from susceptible Aedes aegypti, R. F. Gass, R. A. Yeates, Acta Tropica (1979) 36, 243-252
  26. Antibody responses in self-infections with Necator americanus, B. M. Ogilvie, A. Bartlett, R. C. Godfrey, J. A. Turton, M. J. Worms, R. A. Yeates, Trans Roy Soc Trop Hyg Med (1978) 72, 66-71