Grimm C., Wenzel A., Hafezi F., Remé C.E. (2000).
Gene expression in the mouse retina: The effect of damaging light.
Mol. Vis. 6: 252–260.

Suter M., Remé C.E., Grimm C., Wenzel A., Jäätela M., Esser P., Kociok N., Leist M., Richter C. (2000).
Age–related macular degeneration: The lipofuscin component A2E detaches pro–apoptotic proteins from mitochondria and induces apoptosis in mammalian pigment epithelium cells.
J. Biol. Chem. 75: 39625–39630.

Grimm C., Remé C.E., Rol P.O., Williams T.P. (2000).
Blue light effects on rhodopsin: Photoreversal of bleaching in living rat eyes.
Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 41: 3984–3990.

Grimm C., Wenzel A., Hafezi F., Yu S., Redmond T.M., Remé C.E. (2000).
Protection of Rpe65–deficient mice identifies rhodopsin as mediator of light–induced retinal degeneration.
Nature Genet. 25: 63–66.

Küng-Hitz N., Grimm C., Lansel N., Hafezi F., Remé C.E., Niemeyer G., Wenzel A.
The retina of c-fos+/+ and c-fos–/– mice: electrophysiological, morphological and biochemical aspects.
Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 41: 909–916.

Wenzel A., Grimm C., Marti A., Kueng-Hitz N., Hafezi F., Niemeyer G., Remé C.E.
c–Fos controls the ‘private pathway’ of light–induced apoptosis of retinal photoreceptors.
J. Neurosci. 20: 81–88.

Hafezi F., Grimm C., Simmen B., Wenzel A., Remé C.E. (2000).
Molecular ophthalmology: An update on animal models for retinal degenerations and dystrophies.
Brit. J. Ophthalmol. 84: 922–927.

Abegg M., Hafezi F., Wenzel A., Grimm C., Remé C.E.
Therapieversuche bei RP: Licht am Ende des Tunnels?
Klin. Monatsbl. Augenheilkd. 216: 83–89.

Remé C.E., Grimm C., Hafezi F., Wenzel A.
Apoptosis in the retina: the silent death of vision.
NIPS 15: 120–125.