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  • Frederich M (1999) Ecophysiological limits to the geographical distribution of reptant decapod crustaceans in the Antarctic. Ber Polarforsch 365: 1-133
  • Frederich M, Sartoris FJ, Arntz WE, Pörtner HO (2000) Haemolymph Mg2+ regulation in decapod crustaceans: physiological correlates and ecological consequences in polar areas. J Exp Biol 203: 1383-1393
  • Frederich M, Pörtner HO (2000) Oxygen limitation of thermal tolerance defined by cardiac and ventilatory performance in spider crab Maja squinado. Am J Physiol 279: R1531-R1538
  • Frederich M, DeWachter B, Pörtner HO (2000) Cold tolerance and the regulation of cardiac performance and hemolymph distribution in Maja squinado (Crustacea: Decapoda). Physiol Zool 73/4: 406-415
  • Frederich M, Sartoris FJ, Pörtner HO (2001) Distribution patterns of decapod crustaceans in polar areas: A result of magnesium regulation? Polar Biology 24/10: 719-723
  • Bock C, Frederich M, Wittig RM, Pörtner HO (2001) Simultaneous observation of haemolymph flow and ventilation in marine spider crabs at different temperatures: a flow weighted MRI study. Magn Res Imag 19: 1113-1124
  • Frederich M, Balschi JA (2002) The relationship between AMP-activated protein kinase activity and AMP concentration in the isolated perfused rat heart. J Biol Chem 277/3: 1928-1932
  • Frederich M, Zhang L, Balschi JA (2005) Hypoxia and AMP independently alter AMP-activated protein kinase activity in heart. Am J Physiol 288: H2412-H2421
  • Pinz I, Perry D, Frederich M (2005) Activation of 5’-AMP activated protein kinase during anaerobiosis in the rock crab, Cancer irroratus. The MDIBL Bulletin 44: 31-32
  • Zhang L, He H, Frederich M, Balschi JA (2005) The relationship between 5-aminoimidazole-4-carboxamide-ribotide and AMP activated protein kinase activity in the perfused mouse heart. Am J Physiol 290: 1235-1243
  • Frederich M, O’Rourke M, Towle D (2006) Is AMP activated protein kinase expression in Cancer irroratus a better signal for temperature stress then HSP70? The MDIBL Bulletin 45: 37-39