Publications (*)

 

Journal articles

Mathematical Physics

  1. (pdf file) On Relativistic Energy Band Corrections in the Presence of Periodic Potentials, with W. Bulla and F. Gesztesy, Lett. Math. Phys. 15 (1988), 313-324.
  2. (LaTeX file, or pdf1, pdf2) Holomorphy of the scattering matrix with respect to $c^{-2}$ for Dirac operators and an explicit treatment of relativistic corrections, with W. Bulla and F. Gesztesy, Commun. Math. Phys. 144 (1992), 391-416.
  3. (LaTeX file, or pdf1, pdf2) Isospectral deformations for Sturm-Liouville and Dirac-type operators and associated nonlinear evolution equations, with F. Gesztesy, Rep. Math. Phys. 31 (1992), 113-137.
  4. (LaTeX file, or pdf1, pdf2) On Gelfand-Dickey and Drinfeld-Sokolov Systems, with F. Gesztesy, D. Race, and R. Weikard, Rev. Math. Phys. 6 (1994), 227-276.
  5. (LaTeX file, or pdf1, pdf2) On The (Modified) Kadomtsev-Petviashvili Hierarchy, with F. Gesztesy, Diff. Integral Eqs. 8 (1995), 797-812.
  6. (LaTeX file, or pdf1, pdf2 ) A New Approach to the Boussinesq Hierarchy, with R. Dickson and F. Gesztesy, Math. Nachr. 198 (1999), 51-108
  7. (LaTeX file, or pdf2) Algebro-geometric solutions of the Boussinesq hierarchy, with R. Dickson and F. Gesztesy, Rev. Math. Phys. 11 (1999), 823-879.
  8. (LaTeX file, or pdf2) On a Theorem of Halphen and its Application to Integrable Systems, with F. Gesztesy, and R. Weikard, Jour. Math. Anal. Appl. 251 (2000), 504-526.
  9. (LaTeX file, or pdf) On the solutions of Halphen's equation, Diff. Integral Eqs. 14 (2001), 1025-1050.
  10. (LaTeX file, or pdf2) Relativistic Corrections for Spherically Symmetric Potentials, Rep. Math. Phys. 47 (2001), 183-198.
  11. (LaTeX file, or pdf1, pdf2) An explicit Characterization of Calogero-Moser Systems, with F. Gesztesy, and R. Weikard, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 358 (2006), 603-656.

Biomathematics

  1. (pdf1, pdf2) Reliability of old and new ventricular fibrillation detection algorithms for automated external defibrillators, A. Amann, R. Tratnig, and K. Unterkofler, BioMedical Engineering OnLine 2005, 4:60 (2005).
  2. (pdf1, pdf2) Detecting ventricular fibrillation by time-delay methods, A. Amann, R. Tratnig, and K. Unterkofler, Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 54 (2007), 174 - 177.
  3. (pdf1, pdf2) Removal of CPR Artifacts from the Ventricular Fibrillation ECG by Adaptive Regression on Lagged Reference Signals, A. Amann, M. Baubin, A. Klotz, K. Rheinberger, T. Steinberger, and K. Unterkofler, Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 55 (2008), 130 - 137.
  4. (pdf1, pdf2) Compounds enhanced in a mass spectrometric profile of smoker's exhaled breath versus non-smokers as determined in a pilot study using PTR-MS, I. Kushch, K. Schwarz, L. Schwentner, B. Baumann, A. Dzien, A. Schmid, K. Unterkofler, G. Gastl, P. Spanel, D. Smith, and A. Amann, J. Breath Res. 2 (2008), 026002 (26pp).
  5. (pdf1) Breath isoprene - aspects of normal physiology related to age, gender and cholesterol profile as determined in a PTR-MS study, I. Kushch, B. Arendacka, S. Stolc, P. Mochalski, W. Filipiak, K. Schwarz, L. Schwentner, A. Schmid, A. Dzien, M. Lechleitner, V. Witkovsky, W. Miekisch, J. Schubert, K. Unterkofler, and A. Amann, Clin. Chem. Lab. Med. 46 (2008), 1011 - 1018.
  6. (pdf1) Breath acetone - aspects of normal physiology related to age and gender as determined in a PTR-MS study K. Schwarz, A. Pizzini, B. Arendacka, K. Zerlauth, W. Filipiak, A. Schmid, A. Dzien, S. Neuner, M. Lechleitner, S. Scholl-Buergi, W. Miekisch, J. Schubert, K. Unterkofler, and V. Witkovsky, G. Gastl, A. Amann, J. Breath Res. 3 (2009), 027003 (9pp).
  7. (pdf1, pdf2) Isoprene and acetone concentration profiles during exercise on an ergometer, J. King, A. Kupferthaler, K. Unterkofler, H. Koc, S. Teschl, G. Teschl, W. Miekisch, J. Schubert, H. Hinterhuber, and A. Amann, J. Breath Res. 3 (2009), 027006 (16pp).
  8. (pdf) Dynamic profiles of volatile organic compounds in exhaled breath as determined by a coupled PTR-MS/GC-MS study, J. King, P. Mochalski, A. Kupferthaler, K. Unterkofler, H. Koc, W. Filipiak, S. Teschl, H. Hinterhuber, and A. Amann, Physiol. Meas. 31 (2010), 1-16.
  9. (pdf1, pdf2) Physiological modeling of isoprene dynamics in exhaled breath, J. King, H. Koc, K. Unterkofler, P. Mochalski, A. Kupferthaler, G. Teschl, S. Teschl, H. Hinterhuber, and A. Amann, J. Theoret. Biol. 267 (2010), 626-637.
  10. (pdf1, pdf2) A mathematical model for breath gas analysis of volatile organic compounds with special emphasis on acetone, J. King, K. Unterkofler, G. Teschl, S. Teschl, H. Koc, H. Hinterhuber, and A. Amann, J. Math. Biol. 63 (2011), 959-999.
  11. (pdf, pdf2) The role of mathematical modeling in VOC analysis using isoprene as a prototypic example, H. Koc, J. King, G. Teschl, K. Unterkofler, S. Teschl, P. Mochalski, H. Hinterhuber, and A. Amann, J. Breath Res. 5 (2011), 037102 (9pp).
  12. (pdf) Measurement of isoprene solubility in water, human blood and plasma by multiple headspace extraction gas chromatography coupled with solid phase microextraction, P. Mochalski, J. King, A. Kupferthaler, K. Unterkofler, H. Hinterhuber, and A. Amann, J. Breath Res. 5 (2011), 046010.
  13. (pdf) Breath gas analysis for estimating physiological processes using anesthetic monitoring as a prototypic example, J. King, K. Unterkofler, A. Amann, S. Teschl, and G. Teschl, Conf. Proc. IEEE Eng. Med. Biol. Soc. (2011), 1001-1004.
  14. (pdf1, pdf2) A modeling based evaluation of isothermal rebreathing for breath gas analysis of highly soluble volatile organic compounds, J. King, K. Unterkofler, G. Teschl, S. Teschl, P. Mochalski, H. Koc, H. Hinterhuber, and A. Amann, J. Breath Res. 6 (2012), 016005.
  15. (pdf1, pdf2) Measurement of endogenous acetone and isoprene in exhaled breath during sleep, J. King, A. Kupferthaler, B. Frauscher, H. Hackner, K. Unterkofler, G. Teschl, H. Hinterhuber, A. Amann, and B. Högl, Physiol. Meas. 33 (2012), 413-428.
  16. (pdf), Human Blood and Plasma Partition Coefficients for C4-C8 n-alkanes, Isoalkanes and 1-alkenes, P. Mochalski, J. King, A. Kupferthaler, K. Unterkofler, and A. Amann, Int. J. Toxicology 31 (2012), 267-275.
  17. (pdf1, pdf2), Breath isoprene: muscle dystrophy patients support the concept of a pool of isoprene in the periphery of the human body, J. King, P. Mochalski, K. Unterkofler, G. Teschl, M. Klieber, M. Stein, A. Amann, and M. Baumann, Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 423 (2012), 526-530.
  18. (pdf), Stability of selected volatile breath constituents in Tedlar, Kynar and Flexfilm sampling bags, P. Mochalski, J. King, K. Unterkofler, and A. Amann, Analyst 138 (2013), 1405-1418.
  19. (pdf), Blood and breath levels of selected volatile organic compounds in healthy volunteers, P. Mochalski, J. King, M. Klieber, K. Unterkofler, H. Hinterhuber, M. Baumann, and A. Amann, Analyst 138 (2013), 2134-2145.
  20. (pdf), Release and uptake of volatile organic compounds by human hepatocellular carcinoma cells (HEPG2) in vitro, P. Mochalski, A. Sponring, J. King, K. Unterkofler, J. Troppmair, and A. Amann, Cancer Cell International 13:72 (2013), 1-9.
  21. (pdf), Product ion distributions for the reactions of NO$^{+}$ with some physiologically significant aldehydes obtained using a SRI-TOF-MS instrument, P. Mochalski, K. Unterkofler, P. Spanel, D. Smith, and A. Amann, International Journal of Mass Spectrometry 363 (2014), 23-31.
  22. (pdf), Blood and breath profiles of volatile organic compounds in patients with end-stage renal disease, P. Mochalski, J. King, K. Unterkofler, M. Haas, G. Mayer, and A. Amann, BMC Nephrology 15 (2014), 14p.
  23. (pdf), Monitoring of selected skin-borne volatile markers of entrapped humans by Selective Reagent Ionization Time of Flight Mass Spectrometry (SRI-TOF-MS) in NO$^{+}$ mode, P. Mochalski, K. Unterkofler, H. Hinterhuber, and A. Amann, Analytical Chemistry 86 (2014), 3915-3923.
  24. (pdf), Emission rates of selected volatile organic compounds from skin of healthy volunteers, P. Mochalski, K. Unterkofler, H. Hinterhuber, and A. Amann, Journal of Chromatography B 959 (2014), 62-70.
  25. (pdf), Product ion distributions for the reactions of NO$^{+}$ with some physiologically significant volatile organosulfur and organoselenium compounds obtained using a selective reagent ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometer, P. Mochalski, K. Unterkofler, P. Spanel, D. Smith, and A. Amann, Rapid Commun. Mass Spectrometry 28 (2014), 1683-1690.
  26. (pdf), Quantitative analysis of volatile organic compounds released and consumed by rat L6 skeletal muscle cells in vitro, P. Mochalski, R. Al-Zoairy, A. Niederwanger, K. Unterkofler, and A. Amann, J. Breath Res. 8 (2014), 046003 (7pp).
  27. (pdf), Analysis of volatile organic compounds liberated and metabolized by human umbilical vein endothelial cells (HUVEC) in vitro, P. Mochalski, M. Theurl, A. Sponring, K. Unterkofler, R. Kirchmair, and A. Amann, Cell. Biochem. Biophys. 71 (2015), 323-329.
  28. (pdf), Exhaled methane concentration profiles during exercise on an ergometer, A. Szabo, V. Ruzsany, K. Unterkofler, A. Mohacsi, E. Tuboly, M. Boros, G. Szabo, and A. Amann, J. Breath Res. 9 (2015) 016009.
  29. (pdf), Modeling-based determination of physiological parameters of systemic VOCs by breath gas analysis: a pilot study, K. Unterkofler, J. King, P. Mochalski, M. Jandacka, H. Koc, A. Amann, S. Teschl, and G. Teschl, J. Breath Res. 9 (2015), 036002.
  30. (pdf), Potential of volatiles released by human body for early location of entrapped victims, P. Mochalski, K. Unterkofler, G. Teschl, and A. Amann, Trends Anal. Chem. 68 (2015) 88-106.
  31. (pdf), Product ion distributions for the reactions of NO$^{+}$ with some N-containing and O-containing heterocyclic compounds obtained using SRI-TOF-MS, P. Mochalski, K. Unterkofler, P. Spanel, D. Smith, and A. Amann, Int. J. Mass Spectrometr 386 (2015) 42-46.
  32. (pdf), Prediction of blood:air and fat:air partition coefficients of volatile organic compounds for the interpretation of data in breath gas analysis C. Kramer, P. Mochalski, K. Unterkofler, A. Agapiou, V. Ruzsanyi, and K. Liedl, J. Breath Res. 10 (2016), 017103.
  33. (pdf), Modeling the dynamic of methane concentration profiles during exercise on an ergometer, A. Szabo, K. Unterkofler, P. Mochalski, M. Jandacka, V. Ruzsanyi, M. Boros, G. Teschl, S. Teschl, and J. King, J. Breath Res. 10 (2016), 017105.
  34. (pdf), A compendium of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) released by human cell lines, W. Filipiak, P. Mochalski, A. Filipiak, C. Ager, R. Cumeras, C. E. Davis, A. Agapiou, K. Unterkofler, and J. Troppmair, Current Medicinal Chemistry 23 (2016) 1-20.
  35. (pdf), Analysis of selected urinary volatile organic compounds by Gas Chromatography Selective Reagent Ionization Time of Flight Mass Spectrometry (GC-SRI-TOF-MS) coupled with solid phase microextraction (SPME), P. Mochalski and K. Unterkofler, Analyst 141 (2016) 4796-4803.
  36. (pdf), Modeling-based determination of physiological parameters of systemic VOCs by breath gas analysis, part 2, C. Ager, J. King, P. Mochalski, S. Teschl, G. Teschl, and K. Unterkofler J. Breath Res. 12 (2018), 036011.
  37. (pdf), In vitro profiling of volatile organic compounds released by Simpson-Golabi-Behmel syndrome adipocytes, P. Mochalski, E. Diem, K. Unterkofler, A. Muendlein, H. Drexel, C. A. Mayhew, and A. Leiherer, J. Chromatography B 1104 (2019), 256-261.
  38. (pdf), PTR-MS studies of the reactions of H$_{3}$O$^{+}$ with a number of deuterated volatile organic compounds and the subsequent sequential reactions of the primary product ions with water under normal and humid drift tube conditions: Implications for use of deuterated compounds for breath analysis, P. Mochalski, S. Mirmigkou, K. Unterkofler, P. Sulzer, C. A. Mayhew, and T. D. Maerk, Int. J. Mass Spectrometry 436 (2019), 65-70.
  39. (pdf), Unrecognized High Occurrence of Genetically Confirmed Hereditary Carnitine Palmitoyltransferase II Deficiency in an Austrian Family Points to the Ongoing Underdiagnosis of the Disease, C. Zach, K. Unterkofler, P. Fraunberger, H. Drexel, and A. Muendlein, Front. Genet. 10 (2019) article 497.
  40. (pdf), Distant breath sampling for sensor-based breath analysis, P. Mochalski, G. Shuster, M. Leja, K. Unterkofler, C. Jaeschke, R. Skapars, E. Gasenko, I. Polaka, E. Vasiljevs, G. Shani, J. Mitrovics, C.A. Mayhew, and H. Haick, J. Breath Res. 13 (2019) 036001.
  41. (pdf), Studies pertaining to the monitoring of volatile halogenated anaesthetics in breath by proton transfer reaction mass spectrometry, M. Malaskova, D. Olivenza-Leon, P.D. Chellayah, J. Martini, W. Lederer, V. Ruzsanyi, K. Unterkofler, P. Mochalski, T.D. Maerk, P. Watts, and C.A. Mayhew, J. Breath Res. 14 (2020) 026004.
  42. (pdf), Effect of inhaled acetone concentrations on exhaled breath acetone concentrations, C. Ager, P. Mochalski, J. King, C. A. Mayhew, and K. Unterkofler, J. Breath Res. 14 (2020) 026010.

Conference articles, book chapters

  1. (pdf) Reliability of fibrillation detectionalgorithms in automatic external defibrillators (AEDs), A. Amann, R. Tratnig, and K. Unterkofler, Biomedical Engineering Supplement 48 (2003), 216 - 217.
  2. (pdf) A new ventricular fibrillation detection algorithm for automated external defibrillators, A. Amann, R. Tratnig, and K. Unterkofler, Computers in Cardiology 32 (2005), 559 -562.
  3. (pdf) Removal of Resuscitation Artefacts from Ventricular Fibrillation ECG Signals Using Kalman Methods, A. Amann, M. Baubin, K. Rheinberger, and K. Unterkofler, Computers in Cardiology 32 (2005), 555-558.
  4. (pdf) Removing CPR Artifacts from the Ventricular Fibrillation ECG by Enhanced Adaptive Regression on Lagged Reference Signals, A. Amann, M. Baubin, K. Rheinberger, and K. Unterkofler, Computers in Cardiology 33 (2006), 617-620.
  5. Exhaled Breath Analysis - Quantifying the Storage of Lipophilic Compounds in the Human Body, A. Amann, J. King, A. Kupferthaler, K. Unterkofler, H. Koc, S. Teschl, and H. Hinterhuber, Proceedings of ECOpole, 3 (2009), 9-13.
  6. pdf) Volatile organic compounds in exhaled breath: real-time measurements, modeling, and bio-monitoring applications, J. King, K. Unterkofler, S. Teschl, A. Amann, and G. Teschl, in "The 1st International Workshop on Innovative Simulation for Health Care", W. Backfrieder et al. (eds), Proceedings of IWISH 2012, (2012), 139-144.
  7. (pdf) Mathematische Modellierung in der Atemgasanalyse, J. King, K. Unterkofler, A. Amann, S. Teschl und G. Teschl, Schriftenreihe zur Didaktik der Mathematik der Oesterreichischen Mathematischen Gesellschaft, 46 (2013), 100 - 107.
  8. (pdf) Physiological Modeling for Analysis of Exhaled Breath, J. King, H. Koc, K. Unterkofler, G. Teschl, S. Teschl, P. Mochalski, H. Hinterhuber, and A. Amann, in "Volatile Biomarkers - Non-Invasive Diagnosis in Physiology and Medicine", A. Amann and D. Smith (eds), Elsevier, (2013), 27-46.
  9. (pdf) Spectral theory as influenced by Fritz Gesztesy, written by G. Teschl and K. Unterkofler, in "Spectral Analysis, Integrable Systems, and Ordinary Differential Equations", H. Holden et al. (eds), Proceedings of Symposia in Pure Mathematics, Amer. Math. Soc., 87 (2013), 341 - 363.

Other material

(*) pdfs for scholarly purposes only!
Return to Karl's homepage.