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    1. Schroppel, K; Kryk, M; Herrmann, M; Leberer, E; Rollinghoff, M; Bogdan, C
      Suppression of type 2 NO-synthase activity in macrophages by Candida albicans

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    2. Ochoa, MT; Stenger, S; Sieling, PA; Thoma-Uszynski, S; Sabet, S; Cho, SG; Krensky, AM; Rollinghoff, M; Sarno, EN; Burdick, AE; Rea, TH; Modlin, RL
      T-cell release of granulysin contributes to host defense in leprosy

      NATURE MEDICINE
    3. Bogdan, C; Schonian, G; Banuls, AL; Hide, M; Pratlong, F; Lorenz, E; Rollinghoff, M; Mertens, R
      Visceral leishmaniasis in a german child who had never entered a known endemic area: Case report and review of the literature

      CLINICAL INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    4. Geissdorfer, W; Wittmann, I; Rollinghoff, M; Schoerner, C; Bogdan, C
      Detection of a new 16S-23S rRNA spacer sequence variant (type 7) of Tropheryma whippelii in a patient with prosthetic aortic valve endocarditis

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY & INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    5. Korner, H; Winkler, TH; Sedgwick, JD; Rollinghoff, M; Basten, A; Cook, MC
      Recirculating and marginal zone B cell populations can be established and maintained independently of primary and secondary follicles

      IMMUNOLOGY AND CELL BIOLOGY
    6. Baar, S; Schorner, C; Rollinghoff, M; Radespiel-Troger, M; Hummer, HP; Carbon, RT
      Collagen patches impregnated with antimicrobial agents have high local antimicrobial efficacy and achieve effective tissue gluing

      INFECTION
    7. Geissdorfer, W; Wittmann, I; Seitz, G; Cesnjevar, R; Rollinghoff, M; Schoerner, C; Bogdan, C
      A case of aortic valve disease associated with Tropheryma whippelii infection in the absence of other signs of Whipple's disease

      INFECTION
    8. Thoma-Uszynski, S; Stenger, S; Takeuchi, O; Ochoa, MT; Engele, M; Sieling, PA; Barnes, PF; Rollinghoff, M; Bolcskei, PL; Wagner, M; Akira, S; Norgard, MV; Belisle, JT; Godowski, PJ; Bloom, BR; Modlin, RL
      Induction of direct antimicrobial activity through mammalian toll-like receptors

      SCIENCE
    9. Matzer, SP; Baumann, T; Lukacs, NW; Rollinghoff, M; Beuscher, HU
      Constitutive expression of macrophage-inflammatory protein 2 (MIP-2) mRNA in bone marrow gives rise to peripheral neutrophils with preformed MIP-2 protein

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    10. Wilhelm, P; Ritter, U; Labbow, S; Donhauser, N; Rollinghoff, M; Bogdan, C; Korner, H
      Rapidly fatal Leishmaniasis in resistant C57BL/6 mice lacking TNF

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    11. Schindler, H; Lutz, MB; Rollinghoff, M; Bogdan, C
      The production of IFN-gamma by IL-12/IL-18-activated macrophages requires STAT4 signaling and is inhibited by IL-4

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    12. Sommer, F; Faller, G; Rollinghoff, M; Kirchner, T; Mak, TW; Lohoff, M
      Lack of gastritis and of an adaptive immune response in interferon regulatory factor-1-deficient mice infected with Helicobacter pylori

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    13. Meissner, U; Blum, H; Schnare, M; Rollinghoff, M; Gessner, A
      A soluble form of the murine common gamma chain is present at high concentrations in vivo and suppresses cytokine signaling

      BLOOD
    14. Stenger, S; Rollinghoff, M
      Role of cytokines in the innate immune response to intracellular pathogens

      ANNALS OF THE RHEUMATIC DISEASES
    15. Bogdan, C; Rollinghoff, M; Diefenbach, A
      Reactive oxygen and reactive nitrogen intermediates in innate and specificimmunity (vol 12, pg 64, 2000)

      CURRENT OPINION IN IMMUNOLOGY
    16. Bogdan, C; Rollinghoff, M; Diefenbach, A
      Reactive oxygen and reactive nitrogen intermediates in innate and specificimmunity

      CURRENT OPINION IN IMMUNOLOGY
    17. Schweizer, A; Rupp, S; Taylor, BN; Rollinghoff, M; Schroppel, K
      The TEA/ATTS transcription factor CaTec1p regulates hyphal development andvirulence in Candida albicans

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    18. Gessner, A; Rollinghoff, M
      Biologic functions and signaling of the interleukin-4 receptor complexes

      IMMUNOBIOLOGY
    19. Lohoff, M; Rollinghoff, M; Sommer, F
      Helicobacter pylori gastritis: a Th1 mediated disease?

      JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
    20. Bogdan, CT; Rollinghoff, M; Diefenbach, A
      The role of nitric oxide in innate immunity

      IMMUNOLOGICAL REVIEWS
    21. Fortsch, D; Rollinghoff, M; Stenger, S
      IL-10 converts human dendritic cells into macrophage-like cells with increased antibacterial activity against virulent Mycobacterium tuberculosis

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    22. Schleicher, U; Rollinghoff, M; Gessner, A
      A stable marker for specific T-cells: a TCR alpha/green fluorescent protein (GFP) fusionprotein reconstitutes a functionally active TCR complex

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGICAL METHODS
    23. Lohoff, M; Duncan, GS; Ferrick, D; Mittrucker, HW; Bischof, S; Prechtl, S; Rollinghoff, M; Schmitt, E; Pahl, A; Mak, TW
      Deficiency in the transcription factor interferon regulatory factor (IRF)-2 leads to severely compromised development of natural killer and T helper type 1 cells

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE
    24. Bogdan, C; Donhauser, N; Doring, R; Rollinghoff, M; Diefenbach, A; Rittig, MG
      Fibroblasts as host cells in latent leishmaniosis

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE
    25. Korner, H; Cretney, E; Wilhelm, P; Kelly, JM; Rollinghoff, M; Sedgwick, JD; Smyth, MJ
      Tumor necrosis factor sustains the generalized lymphoproliferative disorder (gld) phenotype

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE
    26. Schroppel, K; Sprosser, K; Whiteway, M; Thomas, DY; Rollinghoff, M; Csank, C
      Repression of hyphal proteinase expression by the mitogen activated protein (MAP) kinase phosphatase Cpp1p of Candida albicans is independent of the MAP kinase Cek1p

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    27. Mattner, J; Schindler, H; Diefenbach, A; Rollinghoff, M; Gresser, I; Bogdan, C
      Regulation of type 2 nitric oxide synthase by type 1 interferons in macrophages infected with Leishmania major

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    28. Schmidt, A; Schaffelhofer, S; Muller, K; Rollinghoff, M; Beuscher, HU
      Analysis of the Yersinia enterocolitica O : 8 V antigen for cross protectivity

      MICROBIAL PATHOGENESIS
    29. Bogdan, C; Rollinghoff, M
      How do protozoan parasites survive inside macrophages? (vol 15, pg 22, 1999)

      PARASITOLOGY TODAY
    30. Bogdan, C; Rollinghoff, M
      How do protozoan parasites survive inside macrophages?

      PARASITOLOGY TODAY
    31. Pahl, A; Kuhlbrandt, U; Brune, K; Rollinghoff, M; Gessner, A
      Quantitative detection of Borrelia burgdorferi by real-time PCR

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    32. Baumgarten, BU; Rollinghoff, M; Bogdan, C
      Prevalence of Borrelia burgdorferi and granulocytic and monocytic Ehrlichiae in Ixodes ricinus ticks from southern Germany

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    33. Diefenbach, A; Schindler, H; Rollinghoff, M; Yokoyama, WM; Bogdan, C
      Requirement for type 2 NO synthase for IL-12 signaling in innate immunity

      SCIENCE
    34. Schluter, D; Deckert-Schluter, M; Lorenz, E; Meyer, T; Rollinghoff, M; Bogdan, C
      Inhibition of inducible nitric oxide synthase exacerbates chronic cerebraltoxoplasmosis in Toxoplasma gondii-susceptible C57BL/6 mice but does not reactivate the latent disease in T-gondii-resistant BALB/c mice

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    35. Bogdan, C; Thuring, H; Dlaska, M; Rollinghoff, M; Weiss, G
      Mechanism of suppression of macrophage nitric oxide release by IL-13 (vol 159, pg 4506, 1997)

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    36. Schmidt, A; Rollinghoff, M; Beuscher, HU
      Suppression of TNF by V antigen of Yersinia spp. involves activated T cells

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    37. GESSNER A; JUTTNER S; ROLLINGHOFF M; METZ CN; BUCALA R; BERNHAGEN J
      MACROPHAGE-MIGRATION INHIBITORY FACTOR (MIF) INDUCES KILLING OF LEISHMANIA PARASITES BY MACROPHAGES - DEPENDENCE ON NO AND TNFA

      European cytokine network
    38. DIEFENBACH A; SCHINDLER H; DONHAUSER N; LORENZ E; LASKAY T; MACMICKING J; ROLLINGHOFF M; GRESSER I; BOGDAN C
      TYPE-1 INTERFERON (IFN-ALPHA BETA) AND TYPE-2 NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE REGULATE THE INNATE IMMUNE-RESPONSE TO A PROTOZOAN PARASITE/

      Immunity
    39. LOHOFF M; GESSNER A; BOGDAN C; ROLLINGHOFF M
      THE TH1 TH2 PARADIGM AND EXPERIMENTAL MURINE LEISHMANIASIS/

      International archives of allergy and immunology
    40. Sommer, F; Meixner, M; Mannherz, M; Ogilvie, ALJ; Rollinghoff, M; Lohoff, M
      Analysis of cytokine patterns produced by individual CD4(+) lymph node cells during experimental murine leishmaniasis in resistant and susceptible mice

      INTERNATIONAL IMMUNOLOGY
    41. SCHNARE M; BLUM H; JUTTNER S; ROLLINGHOFF M; GESSNER A
      SPECIFIC ANTAGONISM OF TYPE-I IL-4 RECEPTOR WITH A MUTATED FORM OF MURINE IL-4

      The Journal of immunology (1950)
    42. JUTTNER S; BERNHAGEN J; METZ CN; ROLLINGHOFF M; BUCALA R; GESSNER A
      MIGRATION-INHIBITORY FACTOR INDUCES KILLING OF LEISHMANIA-MAJOR BY MACROPHAGES - DEPENDENCE ON REACTIVE NITROGEN INTERMEDIATES AND ENDOGENOUS TNF-ALPHA

      The Journal of immunology (1950)
    43. HUBER M; BEUSCHER HU; ROHWER P; KURRLE P; ROLLINGHOFF M; LOHOFF M
      COSTIMULATION VIA TCR AND IL-1 RECEPTOR REVEALS A NOVEL IL-1-ALPHA-MEDIATED AUTOCRINE PATHWAY OF TH2 CELL-PROLIFERATION

      The Journal of immunology
    44. BOGDAN C; ROLLINGHOFF M
      THE IMMUNE-RESPONSE TO LEISHMANIA - MECHANISMS OF PARASITE CONTROL AND EVASION

      International journal for parasitology
    45. HUBER M; TIMMS E; MAK TW; ROLLINGHOFF M; LOHOFF M
      EFFECTIVE AND LONG-LASTING IMMUNITY AGAINST THE PARASITE LEISHMANIA-MAJOR IN CD8-DEFICIENT MICE

      Infection and immunity
    46. SOMMER F; FALLER G; KONTUREK P; KIRCHNER T; HAHN EG; ZEUS J; ROLLINGHOFF M; LOHOFF M
      ANTRUM-INFILTRATING AND CORPUS MUCOSA-INFILTRATING CD4(-PYLORI GASTRITIS DISPLAY A TH1 PHENOTYPE() LYMPHOCYTES IN HELICOBACTER)

      Infection and immunity (Print)
    47. SCHINDLER H; DIEFENBACH A; ROLLINGHOFF M; BOGDAN C
      IFN-GAMMA INHIBITS THE PRODUCTION OF LATENT TRANSFORMING GROWTH-FACTOR-BETA-1 BY MOUSE INFLAMMATORY MACROPHAGES

      European Journal of Immunology
    48. LOHOFF M; FERRICK D; MITTRUCKER HW; DUNCAN GS; BISCHOF S; ROLLINGHOFF M; MAK TW
      INTERFERON REGULATORY FACTOR-I IS REQUIRED FOR A T-HELPER-1 IMMUNE-RESPONSE IN-VIVO

      Immunity
    49. CSANK C; MAKRIS C; MELOCHE S; SCHROPPEL K; ROLLINGHOFF M; DIGNARD D; THOMAS DY; WHITEWAY M
      DEREPRESSED HYPHAL GROWTH AND REDUCED VIRULENCE IN A VH1 FAMILY-RELATED PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE MUTANT OF THE HUMAN PATHOGEN CANDIDA-ALBICANS

      Molecular biology of the cell
    50. ROLLINGHOFF M
      IMMUNITY, COMPONENTS OF THE IMMUNE-SYSTEM AND IMMUNE-RESPONSE

      Biologicals
    51. WEISS A; WAISER J; SERFLING E; NEBL G; SAMSTAG Y; JACK HM; GESSNER A; ROLLINGHOFF M; LOHOFF M
      A DOMINANT MECHANISM COORDINATELY SUPPRESSES THE EXPRESSION OF T(H)2 LYMPHOKINES

      International immunology
    52. HOERAUF A; RASCHER C; BANG R; PAHL A; SOLBACH W; BRUNE K; ROLLINGHOFF M; BANG H
      HOST-CELL CYCLOPHILIN IS IMPORTANT FOR THE INTRACELLULAR REPLICATION OF LEISHMANIA-MAJOR

      Molecular microbiology
    53. BURDACK S; SCHMIDT A; KNIESCHIES E; ROLLINGHOFF M; BEUSCHER HU
      TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR-ALPHA EXPRESSION INDUCED BY ANTI-YOPB ANTIBODIES COINCIDES WITH PROTECTION AGAINST YERSINIA-ENTEROCOLITICA INFECTION IN MICE

      Medical microbiology and immunology
    54. LASKAY T; WITTMANN I; DIEFENBACH A; ROLLINGHOFF M; SOLBACH W
      IN-VIVO BLOCKING OF L-SELECTIN RESCUES BALB C MICE FROM FATAL LEISHMANIA-MAJOR INFECTION/

      Immunology letters
    55. BOGDAN C; THURING H; DLASKA M; ROLLINGHOFF M; WEISS G
      MECHANISM OF SUPPRESSION OF MACROPHAGE NITRIC-OXIDE RELEASE BY IL-13 - INFLUENCE OF THE MACROPHAGE POPULATION

      The Journal of immunology
    56. LASKAY T; WITTMANN I; DIEFENBACH A; ROLLINGHOFF M; SOLBACH W
      CONTROL OF LEISHMANIA-MAJOR INFECTION IN BALB C MICE BY INHIBITION OFEARLY LYMPHOCYTE ENTRY INTO PERIPHERAL LYMPH-NODES/

      The Journal of immunology
    57. SCHULTE T; KURRLE R; ROLLINGHOFF M; GESSNER A
      MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION AND FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS OF MURINE INTERLEUKIN-4 RECEPTOR ALLOTYPES

      The Journal of experimental medicine
    58. BLUM H; ROLLINGHOFF M; GESSNER A
      EXPRESSION AND CO-CYTOKINE FUNCTION OF MURINE THIOREDOXIN ADULT T-CELL LEUKEMIA-DERIVED FACTOR (ADF)

      Cytokine
    59. HUBER M; RUTHERFORD A; MEISTER W; WEISS A; ROLLINGHOFF M; LOHOFF M
      TCR-1-MEDIATED AND IL-1-MEDIATED CO-STIMULATION REVEALS AN IL-4-INDEPENDENT WAY OF T(H)2 CELL-PROLIFERATION

      International immunology
    60. HOERAUF A; ROLLINGHOFF M; SOLBACH W
      CO-TRANSFER OF B-CELLS CONVERTS RESISTANCE INTO SUSCEPTIBILITY IN T-CELL-RECONSTITUTED, LEISHMANIA MAJOR-RESISTANT C.B-17 SCID MICE BY A NONCOGNATE MECHANISM

      International immunology
    61. BOGDAN C; GESSNER A; SOLBACH W; ROLLINGHOFF M
      INVASION, CONTROL AND PERSISTENCE OF LEISHMANIA PARASITES

      Current opinion in immunology
    62. BOGDAN C; STENGER S; THURING H; ROLLINGHOFF M
      THE ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF NITRIC-OXIDE AND ITS EVASION DURING LATENT LEISHMANIA-MAJOR INFECTION

      Journal of leukocyte biology
    63. BLUM H; WOLF M; ENSSLE K; ROLLINGHOFF M; GESSNER A
      2 DISTINCT STIMULUS-DEPENDENT PATHWAYS LEAD TO PRODUCTION OF SOLUBLE MURINE INTERLEUKIN-4 RECEPTOR

      The Journal of immunology
    64. WILL A; HEMMANN U; HORN F; ROLLINGHOFF M; GESSNER A
      INTRACELLULAR MURINE IFN-GAMMA MEDIATES VIRUS-RESISTANCE, EXPRESSION OF OLIGOADENYLATE SYNTHETASE, AND ACTIVATION OF STAT TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS

      The Journal of immunology
    65. SOMMER F; HUBER M; ROLLINGHOFF M; LOHOFF M
      CD44 PLAYS A COSTIMULATORY ROLE IN MURINE T-CELL ACTIVATION - LIGATION OF CD44 SELECTIVELY CO-STIMULATES IL-2 PRODUCTION, BUT NOT PROLIFERATION IN TCR-STIMULATED MURINE T(H)1 CELLS

      International immunology
    66. HOERAUF A; SOLBACH W; ROLLINGHOFF M; GESSNER A
      EFFECT OF IL-7 TREATMENT ON LEISHMANIA MAJOR-INFECTED BALB.XID MICE -ENHANCED LYMPHOPOIESIS WITH SUSTAINED LACK OF B1 CELLS AND CLINICAL AGGRAVATION OF DISEASE

      International immunology
    67. SOLBACH W; ASMUB PA; ZIMMERMANN S; HUMBORG C; ROLLINGHOFF M
      PROTECTIVE EFFECT OF LEFLUNOMIDE ON THE NATURAL COURSE OF LEISHMANIA MAJOR-INDUCED DISEASE IN GENETICALLY SUSCEPTIBLE BALB C MICE/

      International journal of immunopharmacology
    68. LASKAY T; MIKO TL; NEGESSE Y; SOLBACH W; ROLLINGHOFF M; FROMMEL D
      DETECTION OF CUTANEOUS LEISHMANIA INFECTION IN PARAFFIN-EMBEDDED SKINBIOPSIES USING THE POLYMERASE CHAIN-REACTION

      Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
    69. JORDAN M; OTTERNESS IG; NG R; GESSNER A; ROLLINGHOFF M; BEUSCHER HU
      NEUTRALIZATION OF ENDOGENOUS IL-6 SUPPRESSES INDUCTION OF IL-1 RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST

      The Journal of immunology
    70. WILL A; ROLLINGHOFF M; GESSNER A
      STABLE TRANSFECTION OF CLONED MURINE T-HELPER CELLS

      Journal of immunological methods
    71. BEUSCHER HU; RODEL F; FORSBERG A; ROLLINGHOFF M
      BACTERIAL EVASION OF HOST IMMUNE DEFENSE - YERSINIA-ENTEROCOLITICA ENCODES A SUPPRESSOR FOR TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR-ALPHA EXPRESSION

      Infection and immunity
    72. GESSNER A; WILL A; VIETH M; SCHROPPEL K; ROLLINGHOFF M
      STIMULATION OF B-CELL LYMPHOPOIESIS BY INTERLEUKIN-7 LEADS TO AGGRAVATION OF MURINE LEISHMANIASIS

      Immunology
    73. BOGDAN C; WERNER E; STENGER S; WACHTER H; ROLLINGHOFF M; WERNERFELMAYER G
      2,4-DIAMINO-6-HYDROXYPYRIMIDINE, AN INHIBITOR OF TETRAHYDROBIOPTERIN SYNTHESIS, DOWN-REGULATES THE EXPRESSION OF INOS PROTEIN AND MESSENGER-RNA IN PRIMARY MURINE MACROPHAGES

      FEBS letters
    74. STENGER S; THURING H; ROLLINGHOFF M; MANNING P; BOGDAN C
      L-N-6-(1-IMINOETHYL)-LYSINE POTENTLY INHIBITS INDUCIBLE NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE AND IS SUPERIOR TO N-G-MONOMETHYL-ARGININE IN-VITRO AND IN-VIVO

      European journal of pharmacology
    75. LASKAY T; DIEFENBACH A; ROLLINGHOFF M; SOLBACH W
      EARLY PARASITE CONTAINMENT IS DECISIVE FOR RESISTANCE TO LEISHMANIA-MAJOR INFECTION (VOL 25, PG 2227, 1995)

      European Journal of Immunology
    76. LASKAY T; DIEFENBACH A; ROLLINGHOFF M; SOLBACH W
      EARLY PARASITE CONTAINMENT IS DECISIVE FOR RESISTANCE TO LEISHMANIA-MAJOR INFECTION

      European Journal of Immunology
    77. MOLL H; FLOHE S; ROLLINGHOFF M
      DENDRITIC CELLS IN LEISHMANIA MAJOR-IMMUNE MICE HARBOR PERSISTENT PARASITES AND MEDIATE AN ANTIGEN-SPECIFIC T-CELL IMMUNE-RESPONSE

      European Journal of Immunology
    78. THURING H; STENGER S; GMEHLING D; ROLLINGHOFF M; BOGDAN C
      LACK OF INDUCIBLE NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE ACTIVITY IN T-CELL CLONES ANDT-LYMPHOCYTES FROM NAIVE AND LEISHMANIA MAJOR-INFECTED MICE

      European Journal of Immunology
    79. RAUSCH UP; JORDAN M; RODEL F; AIGNER T; OTTERNESS IG; BEUSCHER N; ROLLINGHOFF M; BEUSCHER HU
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL AND TRANSLATIONAL REGULATION OF IL-1-ALPHA AND IL-1-BETA ACCOUNT FOR THE CONTROL OF IL-1 IN EXPERIMENTAL YERSINIOSIS

      Cytokine
    80. HOERAUF A; SOLBACH W; LOHOFF M; ROLLINGHOFF M
      THE XID DEFECT DETERMINES AN IMPROVED CLINICAL COURSE OF MURINE LEISHMANIASIS IN SUSCEPTIBLE MICE

      International immunology
    81. VIETH M; WILL A; SCHROPPEL K; ROLLINGHOFF M; GESSNER A
      INTERLEUKIN-10 INHIBITS ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY AGAINST LEISHMANIA-MAJOR IN MURINE MACROPHAGES

      Scandinavian journal of immunology
    82. SOMMER F; BISCHOF S; ROLLINGHOFF M; LOHOFF M
      DEMONSTRATION OF ORGANIC ANION TRANSPORT IN T-LYMPHOCYTES - L-LACTATEAND FLUO-3 ARE TARGET MOLECULES

      The Journal of immunology
    83. STENGER S; THURING H; ROLLINGHOFF M; BOGDAN C
      TISSUE EXPRESSION OF INDUCIBLE NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE IS CLOSELY ASSOCIATED WITH RESISTANCE TO LEISHMANIA-MAJOR

      The Journal of experimental medicine
    84. GESSNER A; SCHROPPEL K; WILL A; ENSSLE KH; LAUFFER L; ROLLINGHOFF M
      RECOMBINANT SOLUBLE INTERLEUKIN-4 (IL-4) RECEPTOR ACTS AS AN ANTAGONIST OF IL-4 IN MURINE CUTANEOUS LEISHMANIASIS

      Infection and immunity
    85. FRISCHHOLZ S; ROLLINGHOFF M; MOLL H
      CUTANEOUS LEISHMANIASIS - COORDINATE EXPRESSION OF GRANZYME-A AND LYMPHOKINES BY CD4-CELLS FROM SUSCEPTIBLE MICE( T)

      Immunology
    86. ZIMMERMANN S; BECKERPEREZ I; BEUSCHER HU; KROCZEK RA; ROLLINGHOFF M; SOLBACH W
      LEISHMANIA-MAJOR PARASITES SHARE AN EPITOPE WITH THE MURINE CD3-T CELL-RECEPTOR COMPLEX

      European Journal of Immunology
    87. LOHOFF M; STEINERT M; WEISS A; ROLLINGHOFF M; BALDERAS RS; THEOFILOPOULOS AN
      V-BETA GENE REPERTOIRES IN T-CELLS EXPANDED IN LOCAL SELF-HEALING ANDLETHAL SYSTEMIC MURINE CUTANEOUS LEISHMANIASIS

      European Journal of Immunology
    88. GESSNER A; BLUM H; ROLLINGHOFF M
      DIFFERENTIAL REGULATION OF IL-9-EXPRESSION AFTER INFECTION WITH LEISHMANIA-MAJOR IN SUSCEPTIBLE AND RESISTANT MICE

      Immunobiology
    89. ROLLINGHOFF M
      SPECIAL ISSUE - CYTOKINE INTERACTIONS IN INFECTIOUS-DISEASES

      Immunobiology
    90. BOGDAN C; GESSNER A; ROLLINGHOFF M
      CYTOKINES IN LEISHMANIASIS - A COMPLEX NETWORK OF STIMULATORY AND INHIBITORY INTERACTIONS

      Immunobiology
    91. BEUSCHER HU; RODEL F; JORDAN M; ROLLINGHOFF M
      BACTERIAL-ENDOTOXINS - SEPTIC SHOCK SYNDR OME INDUCED BY OVERPRODUCTION OF IL1 AND TNF

      Die medizinische Welt
    92. GESSNER A; VIETH M; WILL A; SCHROPPEL K; ROLLINGHOFF M
      INTERLEUKIN-7 ENHANCES ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY AGAINST LEISHMANIA-MAJOR IN MURINE MACROPHAGES

      Infection and immunity
    93. LASKAY T; ROLLINGHOFF M; SOLBACH W
      NATURAL-KILLER-CELLS PARTICIPATE IN THE EARLY DEFENSE AGAINST LEISHMANIA-MAJOR INFECTION IN MICE

      European Journal of Immunology
    94. MOLL H; FUCHS H; BLANK C; ROLLINGHOFF M
      LANGERHANS CELLS TRANSPORT LEISHMANIA-MAJOR FROM THE INFECTED SKIN TOTHE DRAINING LYMPH-NODE FOR PRESENTATION TO ANTIGEN-SPECIFIC T-CELLS

      European Journal of Immunology
    95. SOMMER F; ROLLINGHOFF M; LOHOFF M
      SIGNALING VIA CD28 COSTIMULATES LYMPHOKINE PRODUCTION, BUT DOES NOT REVERSE UNRESPONSIVENESS TO INTERLEUKIN-2 IN ANTI-CD3 TRIGGERED T(H)1 CELLS

      European Journal of Immunology


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