Publications of the research group Kühl "Immunopathology of inflammatory diseases"

You find here selected publications of the group and its collaborations.

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Selected Publications

You find here selected publications since 2015, representing the work of the group and its collaborations. More than 100 publications are available at PubMed asking for "Kühl AA" or "Kühl A".

Stanko K, Iwert C, Appelt C, Vogt K, Schumann J, Strunk FJ, Ahrlich S, Schlickeiser S, Romagnani C, Jürchott K, Meisel C, Willimsky G, Kühl AA, Sawitzki B. CD96 expression determines the inflammatory potential of IL-9-producing Th9 cells. PNAS; 115(13):E2940-E2949, 2018.

Steinfelder S, Rausch S, Michael D, Kühl AA, Hartmann S. Intestinal helminth infection induces highly functional resident memory CD4+ T cells in mice. Eur J Immunol.;47(2):353-363, 2017.

Reitz M, Brunn ML, Rodewald HR, Feyerabend TB, Roers A, Dudeck A, Voehringer D, Jönsson F, Kühl AA, Breloer M. Mucosal mast cells are indispensable for the timely termination of Strongyloides ratti infection. Mucosal Immunol; 10(2):481-492, 2017.

Paeschke A, Erben U, Kredel LI, Kühl AA, Siegmund B. Role of visceral fat in colonic inflammation: from Crohn's disease to diverticulitis. Curr Opin Gastroenterol; 33(1):53-58, 2016.

Kühl AA, Erben U, Cieluch C, Spieckermann S, Gröne J, Lohneis P, Pape UF, Arsenic R, Utku N. Tissue-infiltrating plasma cells are an important source of carboxylesterase 2 contributing to the therapeutic efficacy of prodrugs. Cancer Letters; 378(1):51-58, 2016.

Hisamatsu T*, Erben U, Kühl AA*. The role of T-cell subsets during chronic inflammation in Celiac disease, IBD and microscopic colitis patients: more common mechanisms or more differences? Inflamm Intest Dis; 1:52-62, 2016.

Erben U, Loddenkemper C, Spieckermann S, Heimesaat MM, Siegmund B, Kühl AA. Histomorphology of intestinal inflammation in inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) mouse models and its relevance for IBD in men. Int J Clin Exp Pathol; 9(2): 408-442, 2016.

Erben U, Pawlowski NN, Heimesaat MM, Loddenkemper C, Doerfel K, Spieckermann S, Siegmund B, Kühl AA. Preventive anti-CD2 treatment does not impair parasite control in a murine toxoplasmosis model. EuJMI; 5(4):306-315, 2015.

Kühl AA, Erben U, Kredel LI, Siegmund B. Diversity of intestinal macrophages in inflammatory bowel diseases. Front. Immunol. 6:613, 2015.

Neumann K, Erben U, Kruse N, Wechsung K, Schumann M, Klugewitz K, Scheffold A, Kühl AA. Chemokine transfer by liver sinusoidal endothelial cells contributes to the recruitment of effector CD4+ T cells into the murine liver. PLoS One; 10(6):e0123867, 2015.