Prof. Dr. Peter Reeh


Professur für Physiologie
Medizinische Fakultät

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Schaffler, K., Yassen, A., Reeh, P., & Passier, P. (2018). A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo- and Active Comparator-Controlled Phase I Study of Analgesic/Antihyperalgesic Properties of ASP8477, a Fatty Acid Amide Hydrolase Inhibitor, in Healthy Female Subjects. Pain Medicine, 19(6), 1206-1218.
Niedermirtl, F., Eberhardt, M., Namer, B., Leffler, A., Nau, C., Reeh, P., & Kistner, K. (2018). Etomidate and propylene glycol activate nociceptive TRP ion channels. Molecular Pain, 14.
Touska, F., Turnquist, B., Vlachova, V., Reeh, P., Leffler, A., & Zimmermann, K. (2018). Heat-resistant action potentials require TTX-resistant sodium channels NaV1.8 and NaV1.9. Journal of General Physiology, 150(8), 1125-1144.
Klusch, A., Gorzelanny, C., Reeh, P., Schmelz, M., Petersen, M., & Sauer, S. (2018). Local NGF and GDNF levels modulate morphology and function of porcine DRG neurites, In Vitro. PLoS ONE, 13(9).
Hoffmann, T., Sharon, O., Wittmann, J., Carr, R.W., Vyshnevska, A., de Col, R.,... Weidner, C. (2018). NaV1.7 and pain: contribution of peripheral nerves. Pain, 159(3), 496-506.
Meng, J., Moriyama, M., Feld, M., Buddenkotte, J., Buhl, T., Szollosi, A.,... Steinhoff, M. (2018). New mechanism underlying IL-31-induced atopic dermatitis. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 141(5), 1677-1689.e8.
Meng, J.M., Moriyama, M.M., Feld, M.F., Buddenkotte, J.B., Buhl, T.B., Szollosi, A.S.,... Steinhoff, M.S. (2018). Role of brain-derived natriuretic peptide in atopic dermatitis. (pp. E9-E10).
Kichko, T., Neuhuber, W., Kobal, G., & Reeh, P. (2018). The roles of TRPV1, TRPA1 and TRPM8 channels in chemical and thermal sensitivity of the mouse oral mucosa. European Journal of Neuroscience, 47(3), 201-210.
Heindl-Erdmann, C., Zimmermann, K., Reeh, P., Brune, K., & Heß, A. (2017). Activity and connectivity changes of central projection areas revealed by functional magnetic resonance imaging in NaV1.8-deficient mice upon cold signaling. Scientific Reports, 7(1), 543.
Touska, F., Sattler, S., Malsch, P., Lewis, R.J., Reeh, P., & Zimmermann, K. (2017). Ciguatoxins Evoke Potent CGRP Release by Activation of Voltage-Gated Sodium Channel Subtypes Na(V)1.9, Na(V)1.7 and Na(V)1.1. Marine Drugs, 15(9).

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