OPARU is the OPen Access Repository of Ulm University and Ulm University of Applied Sciences.
Members and affiliates of Ulm University and Ulm University of Applied Sciences can publish via OPARU and thereby make their publications accessible worldwide free of charge. In addition to traditional publication formats, research data can also be published on OPARU. Publications can also be indexed as "metadata only" entries. This means that publication lists can be completely integrated in OPARU.
The bibliography of Ulm University and the bibliography of Ulm University of Applied Sciences are integrated in OPARU and include all publications that originated at the respective institution. Both bibliographies are continuously maintained by the kiz and the THU, respectively.
Via OPARU you can comply with the recommendation of the Open Access Resolution of Ulm University and the Open Access Policy of the THU to self-archive your publications on the institutional repository.
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A health-based long term vision to face air pollution and climate change (2022)Wissenschaftlicher Artikel
Maintaining intimacy during the COVID‐19 pandemic (2022)Wissenschaftlicher Artikel
Different patients, different preferences: a multicenter assessment of patients' personality traits and anxiety in shared decision making (2022)Wissenschaftlicher Artikel
Ambient light conveying reliability improves drivers’ takeover performance without increasing mental workload (2022)Wissenschaftlicher Artikel
Utilization of aminoguanidine prevents cytotoxic effects of semen (2022)Wissenschaftlicher Artikel
Retinal vascular occlusion after COVID-19 vaccination: more coincidence than causal relationship? Data from a retrospective multicentre study (2022)Wissenschaftlicher Artikel
Prevalence and prognostic implications of PD-L1 expression in soft tissue sarcomas (2021)Wissenschaftlicher Artikel
The hexosamine biosynthetic pathway as a therapeutic target after cartilage rauma: modification of chondrocyte survival and metabolism by glucosamine derivatives and PUGNAc in an ex vivo model (2021)Wissenschaftlicher Artikel
A novel tissue and stem cell specific TERF1 splice variant Is downregulated in tumour cells (2019)Wissenschaftlicher Artikel
Characterization and differentiation of the tumor microenvironment (TME) of orthotopic and subcutaneously grown head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC) in immunocompetent mice (2020)Wissenschaftlicher Artikel