Below is a list of my publications. If you'd like to see a citation report, please have a look at these reports from Web of Science, Scopus, Google Scholar or orcid.

Combination of µCT and light microscopy for generation-specific stereological analysis of pulmonary arterial branches: a proof-of-concept study

  • Roman Grothausmann, Jonas Labode, Pablo Hernandez-Cerdan, David Haberthür, Ruslan Hlushchuk, Oleg Lobachev, Christina Brandenberger, Andre George Gie, Thomas Salaets, Jaan Toelen, Willi L. Wagner, Christian Mühlfeld
  • submitted to Histochemistry and Cell Biology as manuscript HACB-D-20-00258

Computed tomography in Biomedicine

Micro-CT Imaging of Thiel-Embalmed and Iodine-Stained Human Temporal Bone for 3D Modeling of Middle Ear

The anatomical reliability of the Superficial Circumflex Iliac Artery Perforator (SCIP) Flap

  • Cédric Zubler, David Haberthür, Ruslan Hlushchuk, Valentin Djonov, Mihai Adrian Constantinescu, Radu Olariu
  • under revision at Annals of Antomy

Innovative high-resolution microCT of animal brain vasculature

  • Ruslan Hlushchuk, David Haberthür, Petr Soukup, Sebastien Barré, Oleksiy-Zakhar Khoma, Johannes Schittny, Neda Haghayegh Jahromi, Audrey Bouchet, Britta Engelhardt, Valentin Djonov
  • under revision at Brain Structure and Function

Development of vascularized nerve scaffold using perfusion-decellularization and recellularization

Pulmonary acini exhibit complex changes during postnatal rat lung development

Reptile-like physiology in Early Jurassic stem-mammals

  • Elis Newham, Pamela Gill, Philippa Brewer, Michael Benton, Vincent Fernandez, Neil Gostling, David Haberthür, Jukka Jernvall, Tuomas Kankanpää, Aki Kallonen, Charles Navarro, Alexandra Pacureanu, Berit Zeller-Plumhoff, Kelly Richards, Kate Robson-Brown, Philipp Schneider, Heikki Suhonen, Paul Tafforeau, Katherine Williams
  • preprint on bioRxiv: doi:10.1101/785360
  • provisionally accepted at Nature Communications

Adaptation mechanism of the adult zebrafish respiratory organ to endurance training

The C5a / C5a receptor 1 axis controls tissue neovascularization through CXCL4 release from platelets

  • Henry Nording, Frederic Emschermann, David Haberthür, Matthias Mezger, Johannes Patzelt, Kai Knoep, Anne Nording, Moritz Meusel, Roza Meyer-Saraei, Ruslan Hlushchuk, Daniel Sedding, Oliver Borst, Ingo Eitel, Robert Feil, Bernd Pichler, Emmanouil Chavakis, Triantafyllos Chavakis, Philipp von Hundelshausen, Jörg Köhl, Meinrad Gawaz
  • Under revision in Nature Communications

Direct determination of dissolution rates at crystal surface using 3D X-ray micro-tomography

Ex vivo microangioCT: Advances in microvascular imaging

Synchrotron Microtomography Reveals the Fine Three-Dimensional Porosity of Composite Polysaccharide Aerogels

Correlative Imaging of the Murine Hind Limb Vasculature and Muscle Tissue by MicroCT and Light Microscopy

Synchrotron X-ray computed microtomography study on gas hydrate decomposition in a sedimentary matrix

The total number of acini remains constant throughout postnatal rat lung development

On the path to the digital rock physics of gas hydrate bearing sediments – processing of in-situ synchrotron-tomography data

Microstructural evolution of gas hydrates in sedimentary matrices observed with synchrotron X-ray computed tomographic microscopy

Assessment of the 3D Pore Structure and Individual Components of Pre-Shaped Catalyst Bodies by X-Ray Imaging

Messtechnik und Sensorik am Paul Scherrer Institut

  • Dominic Greiffenberg, David Haberthür, Eberhard H. Lehmann, Jürg Schefer, Niklaus Schlumpf, Bernd Schmitt und Marco Stampanoni
  • Book chapter for Ingenieure bauen die Schweiz, Technikgeschichte aus erster Hand, Band 2
  • ISBN: 9783038239123

Synchrotron-based X-ray tomographic microscopy for visualization of three-dimensional collagen matrices

Efficient estimation of the total number of acini in adult rat lung

In-situ micro-structural studies of gas hydrate formation in sedimentary matrices

Imaging angiogenesis: Perspectives and opportunities in tumour research – A method display

Visualization and stereological characterization of individual rat lung acini by high-resolution X-ray tomographic microscopy

The simultaneous role of an alveolus as flow mixer and flow feeder for the deposition of inhaled submicron particles

Local Strain Distribution in Real Three-Dimensional Alveolar Geometries

High-Resolution Phase-Contrast Imaging of Sub-micron Particles in Unstained Lung Parenchyma

Following Dynamic Processes by X-ray Tomographic Microscopy with Sub-second Temporal Resolution

Radiation dose optimized lateral expansion of the field of view in synchrotron radiation X-ray tomographic microscopy

Deciphering complex, functional structures with synchrotron-based absorption and phase contrast tomographic microscopy

  • M. Stampanoni, J. Reichold, B. Weber, D. Haberthür, J. Schittny, J. Eller, F. N. Büchi and F. Marone
  • Proceedings SPIE 7804

High resolution tomographic imaging of the alveolar region of the mammalian lung

  • Ph.D-Thesis
  • Institute of Anatomy, University of Bern
  • May 2010
  • low resolution pdf, 3.4 MB
  • high resolution pdf available on r<a href="mailto:haberthuer@ana.unibe.ch?subject=Request for a copy of your PhD-Thesis&body=Hey David. Could you please send me a full resolution copy of your PhD-Thesis on the high resolution tomographic imaging of the alveolar region of the mammalian lung? Thanks!">equest</a>
  • Archived entry in the University library of the University of Bern

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Multimodal imaging for the detection of sub-micron particles in the gas-exchange region of the mammalian lung

Enhanced cathepsin k release from osteoclasts is linked to idiopathic osteoporosis in mice with BK channel ablation

  • Sausbier, M, Dullin, C, Kabagema, C, Flockerzie, K, Haberthür, D, Wessels, J, Alves, F, Schittny, JC, Neuhuber, W, Ruth, P, Sausbier, U
  • 50th Annual Meeting of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Experimentelle und Klinische Pharmakologie und Toxikologie

Finite Element 3D Reconstruction of the pulmonary acinus imaged by Synchrotron X-ray tomography

  • Akira Tsuda, Nenad Filipovic, David Haberthür, Renee Dickie, Yasuto Matsui, Johannes C. Schittny
  • Journal of Applied Physiology 105: 964-976, 2008, First published June 26, 2008
  • pdf, 2.3 MB available on request.

Quality guided wide field x-ray tomographic imaging

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Bioglass as Bone Substitute

Contact Lenses

Use of Lasers in Medicine: Tissue Soldering and Precise Cutting

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