Organ Dysfunction during Systemic Inflammation

KFO342 – Bridging Basic Science
and Clinical Research

Systemic Inflammation and Organ Dysfunction. Serious clinical problems

The KFO342 will identify and investigate the different pathophysiological mechanisms that contribute to the development of this devastating diseases. We target possible interventional strategies in preclinical disease models and conduct clinical studies to enforce clinical translation of the results and to discover avenues of potential therapeutic approaches to combat organ injury during systemic inflammation.

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05.05.20

Braun LJ, Stegmeyer R, Schäfer K […] Kempe B, Nottebaum AF, Vestweber D. Platelets docking to VWF prevent leaks during leukocyte extravasation by stimulating Tie-2. Blood. 2020 May 5.

01.02.20

Schreiber A, Liedmann S, Brunotte L, Anhlan D, Ehrhardt C, Ludwig S. Type I interferon antagonistic properties of influenza B virus polymerase proteins. Cell Microbiol. 2020 Feb;22(2):e13143.

16.01.20

Lindemann O, Rossaint J, Najder K, Schimmelpfennig S, Hofschröer V, Wälte M, Fels B, Oberleithner H, Zarbock A, Schwab A. Intravascular adhesion and recruitment of neutrophils in response to CXCL1 depends on their TRPC6 channels. J Mol Med (Berl). 2020 Jan 16.