Prof. Dr. Peter Reeh


Types of publications

Journal article
Book chapter / Article in edited volumes
Authored book
Edited Volume
Conference contribution
Other publication type
Unpublished / Preprint

Publication year




Peripheral signaling pathways contributing to non-histaminergic itch in humans (2023) Fiebig A, Leibl V, Oostendorf D, Lukaschek S, Frömbgen J, Masoudi M, Kremer AE, et al. Journal article Spontaneous activity of specific C-nociceptor subtypes from diabetic patients and mice: Involvement of reactive dicarbonyl compounds and (sensitized) transient receptor potential channel A1 (2023) Becker A, Babes A, Düll M, Khalil M, Kender Z, Gröner J, Namer B, et al. Journal article Bitter taste signaling in tracheal epithelial brush cells elicits innate immune responses to bacterial infection (2022) Hollenhorst MI, Nandigama R, Evers SB, Gamayun I, Wadood NA, Salah A, Pieper M, et al. Journal article Imaging the influence of peripheral TRPV1-signaling on cerebral nociceptive processing applying fMRI-based graph theory in a resiniferatoxin rat model (2022) Wank I, Kutsche L, Kreitz S, Reeh P, Heß A Journal article The formalin test does not probe inflammatory pain but excitotoxicity in rodent skin (2022) Hoffmann T, Klemm F, Kichko T, Sauer S, Kistner K, Riedl B, Raboisson P, et al. Journal article Lysophosphatidic acid activates nociceptors and causes pain or itch depending on the application mode in human skin (2022) Düll M, Stengel M, Ries V, Strupf M, Reeh P, Kremer A, Namer B Journal article The Role of TRP Channels in Nicotinic Provoked Pain and Irritation from the Oral Cavity and Throat: Translating Animal Data to Humans (2022) Arendt-Nielsen L, Carstens E, Proctor G, Boucher Y, Clave P, Nielsen KA, Nielsen TA, Reeh P Journal article, Review article Correction to: Nobel somatosensations and pain (Pflügers Archiv - European Journal of Physiology, (2022), 474, 4, (405-420), 10.1007/s00424-022-02667-x) (2022) Reeh P, Fischer MJM Journal article, Erratum Nobel somatosensations and pain (2022) Reeh P, Fischer MJ Journal article, Review article Painful diabetic neuropathy leads to functional CaV3.2 expression and spontaneous activity in skin nociceptors of mice (2021) Hoffmann T, Kistner K, Joksimovic SLJ, Todorovic SM, Reeh P, Sauer S Journal article