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Publikationen C. Rummel

Prof. Dr. C. Rummel Stand 10.12.22

 

 Originalarbeiten (peer review):

  1. Malkmus K, Brosien M, Knoepp F, Schaffelhofer L, Grimminger F, Rummel C, Gudermann T, Dietrich A, Birnbaumer L, Weissmann N and Kraut S. (2022) Deletion of classical transient receptor potential 1, 3 and 6 alters pulmonary vasoconstriction in chronic hypoxia-induced pulmonary hypertension in mice. Front. Physiol., https://doi.org/10.3389/fphys.2022.1080875
  2. Nürnberger F, Ott D, Claßen R, Rummel C, Roth J, Leisengang S (2022) Systemic lipopolysaccharide challenge induces inflammatory changes in rat dorsal root ganglia: an ex vivo study.
    International Journal of Molecular Sciences 23: art. 13124, Link zum Artikel
  3. Rummel C, Del Rey A, Bähr L, Krüger K, Peters E. (2022) 1st European Psychoneuroimmunology Network (EPN) Autumn School: Lung-Brain Axis in Health and Disease. Neuroimmunomodulation. 29 Suppl 2:3-8, Link zum Artikel
  4. Nürnberger F, Rummel C, Ott D, Gerstberger R, Schmidt MJ, Roth J, Leisengang S (2022)
    Gabapentinoids suppress lipopolysacharide-induced interleukin-6 production in primary cell cultures of the rat spinal dorsal horn. 
    Neuroimmunomodulation: accepted for publication 
  5. Pflieger FJ, Wolf J, Feldotto M, Nockher A, Wenderoth T, Hernandez J, Roth J, Ott D, Rummel C. (2022) Norepinephrine Inhibits Lipopolysaccharide-Stimulated TNF-α but Not Oxylipin Induction in n-3/n-6 PUFA-Enriched Cultures of Circumventricular Organs.
    Int J Mol Sci. 23(15):874, Link zum Artikel
  6. Leisengang S, Gluding D, Hörster J, Peek V, Ott D, Rummel C, Schmidt MJ. (2022) Expression of adipokines and adipocytokines by
    epidural adipose tissue in canine cauda equina syndrome.
    Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, 36(4):1373-1381, Link zum Artikel
  7. Kentner AC, Harden LM, de Melo Soares D, Rummel C. (2022) Editorial commentary on the special issue emerging psychoneuroimmunology research: Future leaders in focus. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity - Health; 100423, in press, Link zum Artikel/Special Issue
  8. Bredehöft J, Dolga AM, Honrath B, Wache S, Mazurek S, Culmsee C, Schoemaker RG, Gerstberger R, Roth J, Rummel C. (2022) SK-Channel Activation Alters Peripheral Metabolic Pathways in Mice, but Not Lipopolysaccharide-Induced Fever or Inflammation.
    Journal of Inflammation Research; 15: 509—531, Link zum Artikel
  9. Nürnberger F, Leisengang S, Ott D, Murgott J, Gerstberger R, Rummel C, Roth J. (2022) Sensitization of primary cultures from rat dorsal root ganglia with lipopolysaccharide (LPS) requires a robust inflammatory response.
    Inflamm Res
    , 71: 187-190, Link zum Artikel
  10. Leisengang L, Heilen LB, Klymiuk MC, Nürnberger F, Ott D, Wolff-Hofmann K, Gerstberger R, Rummel C, Schmidt MJ, Arnhold S, Roth J. (2022) Neuroinflammation in primary cultures of the rat spinal dorsal horn is attenuated in presence of adipose tissue derived medicinal signalling cells (AdMSCs) in a co-cultivation model.
    Molecular Neurobiology, 59: 475-494, Link zum Artikel
  11. Hülser M‑L, Luo Y, Frommer K, Hasseli R, Köhler K, Diller M, Van Nie L, Rummel C, Roderfeld M, Roeb E, Schett G, Bozec A, Müller‑Ladner U, Neumann E. (2021) Systemic versus local adipokine expression differs in a combined obesity and osteoarthritis mouse model.
    Sci Rep, 11:17001, Link zum Artikel
  12. Peek V, Harden LM, Damm J, Aslani F, Leisengang S, Roth J, Gerstberger R, Meurer M, von Köckritz-Blickwede M, Schulz S, Spengler B and Rummel C. (2021)
    LPS Primes Brain Responsiveness to High Mobility Group Box-1 Protein.
    Pharmaceuticals, 14(6): 558, Link zum Artikel
  13. Nürnberger F, Leisengang S, Ott D, Murgott J, Gerstberger R, Rummel C, Roth J (2021)
    Manifestation of lipopolysaccharide-induced tolerance in neuro-glial primary cultures of the rat afferent somatosensory system.
    Inflamm Res, 70(4): 429-444, Link zum Artikel
  14. Leisengang S, Nürnberger F, Ott D, Murgott J, Gerstberger R, Rummel C and Roth J. (2020) Primary culture of the rat spinal dorsal horn: a tool to investigate the effects of inflammatory stimulation on the afferent somatosensory system
    Pflügers Archiv - European Journal of Physiology, 472: 1769-1782, Link zum Artikel
  15. Peek V, Neumann E, Inoue T, Koenig S, Pflieger FJ, Gerstberger R, Roth J, Matsumura K and Rummel C. (2020) Age-dependent changes of adipokine and cytokine secretion from rat adipose tissue by endogenous and exogenous toll-like receptor agonists.
    Frontiers in Immunol, 11: 1800, Link zum Artikel
  16. Pedraz-Petrozzi B, Elyamany O, Rummel C. and Mulert C. (2020) Effects of inflammation on the kynurenine pathway in schizophrenia - a systematic review.
    J Neuroinflammation, 17(1): 56, Link zum Artikel
  17. Leisengang S, Ott D, Murgott J, Nürnberger F, Gerstberger R, Rummel C, Schmidt M, Roth J. (2020) Effects of gabapentinoids on responses of primary cultures from rat dorsal root ganglia to inflammatory or somatosensory stimuli. J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol. doi: 10.1515/jbcpp-2019-0261, Link zum Artikel
  18. Bredehöft J, Bhandari D, Pflieger JF, Schulz S, Kang JX, Laye S, Roth J, Gerstberger R, Mayer K, Spengler B and Rummel C (2019) Visualizing and profiling lipids in the OVLT of fat-1 and wild type mouse brains during LPS-induced systemic inflammation using AP-SMALDI MSI.
    ACS Chemical Neuroscience, 10: 4394-4406, Link zum Artikel
  19. Gaens D, Rummel C, Schmidt M, Hamann M and Geyer J (2019) Suspected neurological toxicity after oral application of fluralaner (Bravecto®) in a Kooikerhondje dog.
    BMC Veterinary Research, 15: 283, Link zum Artikel
  20. Rummel C (2019)
    Does hypothalamic serotonin govern septic inflammation via the splanchnic anti-inflammatory reflex? 
    Brain Behav Immun, 81: 10-11, Link zum Artikel
  21. Dangarembizi R, Rummel C, Roth J, Erlwanger KH, Madziva MT and Harden LM (2019)
    Pyrogenic and neuroinflammatory properties of zymosan and its potential as an alternative to live yeast in antipyretic drug testing.
    FACETS, 4: 162-182, Link zum Artikel
  22. Pflieger FJ, Hernandez J, Schweighöfer H, Herden C, Rosengarten B and Rummel C (2018)
    The role of neutrophil granulocytes in immune-to-brain communication.
    Temperature, 5: 296-307, Link zum Artikel
  23. Leisengang S, Ott D, Murgott J, Gerstberger R, Rummel C and Roth J (2018)
    Primary cultures from rat dorsal root ganglia: responses of neurons and glial cells to somatosensory or inflammatory stimulation.
    Neuroscience, 394: 1-13, Link zum Artikel
  24. Leisengang S, Ott D, Gerstberger R, Rummel C and Roth J (2018)
    Effects of thermal stimulation on neurons and astrocytes cultured from the rat median preoptic nucleus.
    Neuroreport
    , 29: 1468-1472, Link zum Artikel
  25. Rummel C (2018)
    Perhaps woman are better astronauts? 
    Brain Behav Immun, 74: 47-48, Link zum Artikel
  26. Aguilar-Valles A, Haji N, De Gregorio D, Camacho EM, Eslamizade M, Popic J, Sharma V, Cao R, Rummel C, Tanti A, Wiebe S, Nunez N, Comai S, Nadon R, Luheshi G, Mechawar N, Turecki G, Lacaille JC, Gobbi G and Sonenberg N (2018)
    Translational control of depression-like behavior via phosphorylation of eukaryotic translation initiation factor 4E.
    Nat Commun, 9: 2459 Link zum Artikel
  27. Rummel C (2018)
    Comparative aspects and evolutionary perspectives of behavioral fever: or what can we learn from fish?
    Brain Behav Immun, 71: 3-4 Link zum Artikel
  28. Koenig S, Bredehöft J, Perniss A, Fuchs F, Roth J and Rummel C (2018)
    Age dependent hypothalamic and pituitary responses to novel environment stress or lipopolysaccharide in rats.
    Front Behav Neurosci, 12: 55 Link zum Artikel
  29. Dangarembizi R, Erlwanger KH, Rummel C, Roth J, Madziva MT, Harden LM (2018)
    Brewer's yeast is a potent inducer of fever, sickness behavior and inflammation within the brain.
    Brain Behav Immun, 68: 211-223 Link zum Artikel
  30. Prohl A, Ostermann C, Rummel C, Roth J, Reinhold P (2017)
    Circulating and broncho-alveolar interleukin-6 in relation to body temperature in an experimental model of bovine Chlamydia psittaci infection
    PLOS ONE, 12: e0189321 Link zum Artikel
  31. De Melo Soares D, Santos DR, Rummel C, Ott D, Melo MCC, Roth J, Calixto JB and Souza GEP (2017)
    The relevance of kalikrein-kinin system via activation of B2 receptor in LPS-induced fever in rats. Neuropharmacology, 126: 84-96 Link zum Artikel
  32. Damm J, Roth J, Gerstberger R and Rummel C (2017)
    The use of siRNA as a pharmacological tool to assess a role for the transcription factor NF-IL-6 in the brain under in vitro and in vivo conditions during LPS-induced inflammatory stimulation.
    Journal of Basic and Clinical Physiology and Pharmacology, 28: 563-571 Link zum Artikel
  33. Schweighöfer H, Rummel C, Roth J, Rosengarten B (2016)
    Modulatory effects of vagal stimulation on neurophysiological parameters and the cellular immune response in the rat brain during systemic inflammation.
    Intensive Care Medicine Experimental, 4: 19 Link zum Artikel
  34. Krüger K, Bredehöft J, Mooren FC, Rummel C (2016)
    The different effects of strength and endurance exercise training on COX-2 and mPGES-expression in mouse brain are independent of peripheral inflammation.
    J Appl Physiol (1985), 121: 248-54 Link zum Artikel
  35. Schmidt M J, Rummel C, Hauer J, Kolecka M, Ondreka N, McClure V, and Roth J (2016)
    Increased CSF aquaporin-4, and interleukin-6 levels in dogs with idiopathic communicating internal hydrocephalus before and decrease after ventriculo-peritoneal shunting.
    Fluids and Barriers of the CNS, 13: 12 Link zum Artikel
  36. Rummel C, Bredehöft J, Damm J, Schweighöfer H, Peek V, and Harden LM (2016) Obesity impacts fever and sickness behavior during acute systemic inflammation.
    Physiology, 31: 117-30 Link zum Artikel
  37. Simm B, Ott D, Pollatzek E, Murgott J, Gerstberger R, Rummel C, Roth J (2016)
    Effects of prostaglandin E2 on cells cultured from the rat organum vasculosum laminae terminalis and median preoptic nucleus.
    Neuroscience 313: 23-35 Link zum Artikel
  38. Rummel C (2016) Inflammatory transcription factors as activation markers and functional readouts in immune-to-brain communication.
    Brain Behav Immun, 54: 1-14 Link zum Artikel
  39. Ott D, Simm B, Pollatzek E, Gerstberger R, Rummel C, Roth J. (2015)
    Prostaglandin D2 modulates calcium signals induced by prostaglandin E2 in neurons of rat dorsal root ganglia.
    Neurosci Lett, 597: 159-163 Link zum Artikel
  40. Schneiders J, Fuchs F, Damm J, Herden C, Gerstberger R, Soares DM, Roth J, Rummel C. (2015) The transcription factor nuclear factor interleukin 6 mediates pro- and anti-inflammatory responses during LPS-induced systemic inflammation in mice
    Brain Behav Immun, 48: 147-164 Link zum Artikel
  41. Aguilar-Valles A, Inoue W, Rummel C and Luheshi GN. (2015) Obesity, adipokines and neuroinflammation.
    Neuropharmacology
    , 96: 124-34 Link zum Artikel
  42. Damm J, Wiegand F, Harden LM, Wenisch S., Gerstberger R., Rummel C and Roth J. (2014) Intraperitoneal and subcutaneous injections of the TLR9 agonist ODN-1668 in rats: brain inflammatory responses are related to peripheral IL-6 rather than interferons.
    Journal of Neuroimmunology, 277: 105-117 Link zum Artikel
  43. Schweighöfer H, Rummel C, Mayer K, Rosengarten B. (2014) Brain function in iNOS knock out or iNOS inhibited (l-NIL) mice under endotoxic shock.
    Intensive Care Medicine Experimental 2: 24 Link zum Artikel
  44. Harden LM, Rummel C, Laburn HP, Damm J, Wiegand F, Poole S, Gerstberger R, Roth J. (2014) Critical role for peripherally-derived interleukin-10 in mediating the thermoregulatory manifestations of fever and hypothermia in severe forms of lipopolysaccharide-induced inflammation.
    Pflugers Arch
    , 466: 1451-1466 Link zum Artikel
  45. Koenig S, Luheshi GN, Wenz T, Gerstberger R, Roth J, Rummel C. (2014) Leptin is involved in age-dependent changes in response to systemic inflammation in the rat.
    Brain Behav Immun,
     36: 128-38 Link zum Artikel
  46. Fuchs F, Damm J, Gerstberger R, Roth J, Rummel C. (2013) Activation of the inflammatory transcription factor nuclear factor interleukin-6 during inflammatory and psychological stress in the brain.
    J Neuroinflammation, 10: 140 Link zum Artikel 
  47. Damm J, Harden L, Gerstberger R, Roth J and Rummel C. (2013) The putative JAK-STAT inhibitor AG490 exacerbates LPS-fever, reduces sickness behavior, and alters the expression of pro- and anti-inflammatory genes in the rat brain.
    Neuropharmacology
    , 71: 98-111 Link zum Artikel
  48. Schmidt MJ, Roth J, Ondreka N, Kramer M, Rummel C. (2013) A potential role for substance P and interleukin 6 in the cerebrospinal fluid of Cavalier King Charles Spaniels with neuropathic pain.
    J Vet Intern Med, 27: 530-535 Link zum Artikel
  49. Harden LM, Rummel C, Luheshi GN, Poole S, Gerstberger R, Roth J. (2013) Interleukin-10 modulates the synthesis of inflammatory mediators in the sensory circumventricular organs: implications for the regulation of fever and sickness behaviors.
    J Neuroinflammation, 10: 22 Link zum Artikel
  50. Ott D, Wuchert F, Murgott J, Rummel C, Gerstberger R, Roth J. (2012) The viral mimetic polyinosinic : polycytidylic acid (poly I:C) induces cellular responses in primary cultures from rat brain sites with an incomplete blood-brain barrier.
    Neuroscience Letters, 530: 64-68 Link zum Artikel
  51. Schmidt MJ., Ondreka N., Rummel C., Volk H., Sauerbrey M., Kramer M. (2012) Volume reduction of the jugular foramina in Cavalier King Charles Spaniels with syringomyelia.
    BMC Vet Res, 8: 158 Link zum Artikel
  52. Damm J., Wiegand F., Harden LM., Gerstberger R., Rummel C., Roth J. (2012) Fever, sickness behavior and expression of inflammatory genes in the hypothalamus after systemic and localized subcutaneous stimulation of rats with the TLR 7 agonist imiquimod.
    Neuroscience
    , 201: 166–183 Link zum Artikel 
  53. Welsch J., Hübschle T., Murgott J., Kirschning C., Rummel C., Gerstberger R., and Roth J. (2012) Fever induction by systemic stimulation with macrophage-activating lipopeptide-2 depends upon Toll-like receptor 2 but not CD36.
    Innate Immun
    , 18: 541-559 Link zum Artikel
  54. Rummel C., Gerstberger R., Roth J. and Hübschle T. (2011) Parthenolide attenuates LPS-induced fever, circulating cytokines and markers of brain inflammation in rats.
    Cytokine
    , 56: 739-48 Link zum Artikel
  55. Rummel C., Matsumura K., Luheshi GN. (2011) Circulating IL-6 contributes to peripheral LPS-induced mPGES-1 expression in the rat brain.
    Brain Res Bull
    , 86: 319-25 Link zum Artikel
  56. Damm J., Luheshi GN., Gerstberger R., Roth J., Rummel C. (2011). Spatiotemporal nuclear factor interleukin 6 expression in the rat brain during LPS-induced fever is linked to sustained hypothalamic inflammatory target gene induction.
    J Comp Neurol 519: 480-505 Link zum Artikel
  57. Knorr C., Marks D., Gerstberger R., Mühlradt PF., Roth J., Rummel C. (2010). Peripheral and central cyclooxygenase (COX) products may contribute to the manifestation of brain controlled sickness responses during localized inflammation induced by macrophage-activating lipopeptide-2 (MALP-2).
    Neurosci Lett 479 : 107-11. Link zum Artikel
  58. Rummel C., Inoue W., Poole S., and Luheshi GN. (2010). Leptin regulates neutrophil recruitment into the brain following severe systemic LPS-induced inflammation.
    Mol Psychiatry 15: 523-34.
    Link zum Artikel
  59. Roth J., Rummel C., Barth SW., Gerstberger R., Hübschle T. (2009). Molecular aspects of fever and hyperthermia.
    Immunology and Allergy Clinics
    29: 229-245. Link zum Artikel
  60. Rummel C., Sachot C., Inoue W., Hübschle T., Poole S., and Luheshi GN. (2008). Selective contribution of interleukin-6 and leptin to brain inflammatory signals induced by systemic LPS injection in mice.
    J Comp Neurol 511: 373-395. Link zum Artikel
  61. Luheshi GN. and Rummel C. (2007). Is programming of weight regulation immune to neonatal inflammation?
    Am J Physiol 293: 578-580.
    Link zum Artikel
  62. Sachot C., Rummel C., Bristow AF., and Luheshi GN.. (2007). The role of the vagus nerve in mediating the long-term anorectic effects of leptin.
    J Neuroendocrinol 19: 250-261.
    Link zum Artikel
  63. Voss T., Barth SW., Rummel C., Gerstberger R., Hübschle T., and Roth J. (2007). STAT3 and COX-2 activation in the guinea-pig brain during fever induced by the Toll-like receptor-3 agonist polyinosinic:polycytidylic acid.
    Cell Tissue Res 328: 549-561.
    Link zum Artikel
  64. Roth J., Rummel C., Barth SW., Gerstberger R., and Hübschle T. (2006). Molecular aspects of fever and hyperthermia.
    Neurol Clin 24: 421-439. Link zum Artikel
  65. Rummel C., Sachot C., Poole S., and Luheshi GN. (2006). Circulating interleukin-6 induces fever through a STAT3-linked activation of COX-2 in the brain.
    Am J Physiol 291: 1316-1326.
    Link zum Artikel
  66. Voss T., Rummel C., Gerstberger R., Hübschle T., and Roth J. (2006). Fever and circulating cytokines induced by double-stranded RNA in guinea pigs: dependence on the route of administration and effects of repeated injections.
    Acta Physiol (Oxf) 187: 379-389.
    Link zum Artikel
  67. Rummel C., Voss T., Matsumura K., Korte S., Gerstberger R., Roth J. & Hübschle T. (2005). Nuclear STAT3 translocation in guinea pig and rat brain endothelium during systemic challenge with lipopolysaccharide and interleukin-6.
    J Comp Neurol 491: 1-14. Link zum Artikel
  68. Rummel C., Barth S., Voss T., Korte S., Gerstberger R. Hübschle T. & Roth J. (2005). Systemic versus localized inflammation: a role for prostaglandins at distinct points of the fever-induction pathways?
    Am J Physiol 289: 340-347.
    Link zum Artikel
  69. Rummel C., Hübschle T., Gerstberger R. & Roth J. (2004). Nuclear translocation of the transcription factor STAT3 in the guinea pig brain during systemic or localized inflammation.
    J Physiol 557: 671-687.
    Link zum Artikel
  70. Roth J., Harré E. M., Rummel C., Gerstberger R. & Hübschle T. (2004). Signaling the brain in systemic inflammation: role of sensory circumventricular organs.
    Front Biosci 9: 290-300. Link zum Artikel
  71. Roth J., Rummel C., Harré E. M., Voss T., Mütze J., Gerstberger R., Hübschle T. (2004). Is interleukin-6 the necessary pyrogenic cytokine?
    J Therm Biol 29: 383-389.
    Link zum Artikel

    Zitierbare Kurzmitteilungen:

  72. Pflieger FJ, Garikapati V, Bhandari DR, Bredehöft J, Peek V, Roeb E, Roderfeld M, Hernandez J,  Schulz S, Mayer K, Roth J, Spengler B, Rummel C. (2021) Combined lipidomics in a multimodal pathway analysis revealed alterations of brain lipid mediator metabolism during the progression of LPS-induced systemic inflammation in wild type and fat-1 mice. Brain Behav Immun 98 (Suppl.): s22
  73. Hernandez J, Pflieger FJ, Schneiders J, Krüger K, Reichel T, Rummel C. (2022) Neutropenic mice experience exaggerated hypothermia and brain/peripheral inflammatory responses during LPS-induced systemic inflammation. Brain Behav Immun 98 (Suppl.): s22
  74. Hernandez J., Kitagawa H., Pflieger F., Herden C., Mayer K. and Rummel C. (2019) The role of neutrophil granulocytes in immune-to-brain communication during LPS-induced systemic versus lung inflammation. Brain Behav Immun 81 (Suppl.): s8
  75. Nürnberger F., Leisengang S., Ott D., Murgott J., Gerstberger R., Rummel C. and Roth J. (2019) Lipopolysaccharide (LPS)-induced tolerance and sensitization: Effects on primary cultures of the afferent nociceptive system. Brain Behav Immun 81 (Suppl.): s7

  76. Leisengang S., Ott D., Murgott J., Gerstberger R., Rummel C. and Roth J. (2019) Primary cultures of the rat dorsal root ganglia: Influence of lipopolysaccharide and cisplatin on properties of neuronal and glial elements. Brain Behav Immun 81 (Suppl.): s6
  77. Pflieger F., Bredehöft J., Bhandari D., Peek V., Spengler B., Schulz S., Mayer K., Roth J. and Rummel C. (2019) Modulation of the brain and peripheral response to systemic inflammation and stress by omega 3 fatty acids. Brain Behav Immun 81 (Suppl.): s10
  78. Peek V., Neumann E., Koenig S., Roth J., Gerstberger R. and Rummel C. (2019) Age dependent changes of adipokine- and adipo-cytokine secretion from rat adipose tissue by endogenous and exogenous toll-like receptor agonists. Brain Behav Immun 81 (Suppl.): s10

  79. Koenig S., Bredehöft J., Perniss A., Fuchs F., Roth J. and Rummel C. (2019) Age dependent hypothalamic and pituitary responses to novel environment stress or lipopolysaccharide in rats. Brain Behav Immun 76 (Suppl.): s3
  80. Bredehöft J., Bhandari D.R., Peek V., Spengler B., Schulz S., Mayer K., Roth J., Rummel C. (2017) Phospholipid species distribution patterns in the mouse vascular organ of the lamina terminalis during systemic inflammation. Brain, Behav Immun 66, (Suppl.): s10
  81. Bredehöft J., Dolga A.M., Mazurek S., Honrath B., Culmsee C., Gerstberger R., Roth J., Rummel C. (2016) Effects of CyPPA on lipopolysaccharide-induced sickness responses, microglial activation as well as brain and systemic inflammatory mediators in mice.  Brain Behav Immun 57 (Suppl.): s5
  82. Schweighöfer H., Rummel C., Roth J., Rosengarten B. (2015) Effects of vagus nerve stimulation on neurophysiological parameters and the cellular immune response in the rat brain during endotoxemia. Brain Behav Immun 49 (Suppl.): s8
  83. Damm J., Harden LM., Aslani F., Ott D., Roth J., Gerstberger R., Rummel C. (2014)
    A role for high mobility group box-1 protein as an endogenous inflammatory mediator in the rat brain. Brain Behav Immun 40 (Suppl.): s18
  84. Schneiders J., Fuchs F., Damm J., Bredehöft J., Gerstberger R., Soares DM., Roth J., Rummel C. (2014) Nuclear factor interleukin 6 deficient mice show alterations in the stress-axis and the serotonin metabolism. Brain Behav. Immun. 40 (Suppl.): s18
  85. Schneiders J., Fuchs F., Damm J., Gerstberger R., Soares D., Roth J. and Rummel C. (2013) Nuclear factor interleukin 6 deficient mice show reduced locomotor activity and dose dependant alterations in fever and recruitment of neutrophil granulocytes to the brain during LPS-induced systemic inflammation. Brain Behav Immun 32 (Suppl.): s15-s16
  86. Koenig S., Luheshi GN., Wenz T., Gerstberger R., Roth J. and Rummel C. (2013) The impact of obesity and leptin on age-dependent changes of systemic inflammation in the rat. Brain Behav Immun 32 (Suppl.): s15
  87. Fuchs F., Damm J., Gerstberger R., Roth J. and Rummel C. (2012) The inflammatory transcription factor NF-IL6 is linked to the activation of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal stress axis in rats. Brain Behav Immun 26, (Suppl. 1): s7-s8.
  88. Koenig S., Wenz T., Luheshi GN., Gerstberger R., Roth J. and Rummel C. (2012) Age dependant effects of the PPAR-y agonist rosiglitazone on the brain and periphery during systemic LPS-induced inflammation in rats. Brain Behav Immun 25, (Suppl. 1): s16.
  89. Rummel C., Gerstberger R., Roth J. and Hübschle T. (2011) Systemic parthenolide treatment attenuates LPS-induced fever, circulating cytokines and markers of brain inflammation in rats. Brain Behav Immun 25, (Suppl. 1), P45 s191-192
  90. Damm J., Harden L., Gerstberger R., Roth J. and Rummel C. (2011). The putative JAK-STAT inhibitor AG490 exacerbates LPS-fever, reduces sickness behavior, and alters the expression of pro- and antiinflammatory genes in the rat brain. Brain Behav Immun 25, (Suppl. 1), P17 s183-184
  91. Rummel C., Inoue W., Poole S., Luheshi GN. (2010). Leptin and immune-to-brain communication: its role in leukocyte recruitment into the brain during systemic LPS-induced inflammation. Brain Behav Immun 24, (Suppl. 1), p s1
  92. Damm J., Gerstberger R., Roth J., Luheshi GN., Rummel, C. (2010). Nuclear factor interleukin 6 is a new delayed early cell activation marker in the rat brain during the time course of LPS-induced systemic inflammation. Brain Behav Immun 24, (Suppl. 1), p s5
  93. Rummel C., Hübschle T., Gerstberger R., Roth J. (2010). Parthenolide attenuates LPS-induced fever and circulating cytokines in rats. Proceedings 19. Tagung der DVG-Fachgruppe Physiologie und Biochemie P50, p 94.
  94. Wiegand F., Damm J., Gerstberger R., Rummel C., Roth J. (2010). The Toll-like receptor (TLR)-7 agonist imiquimod induces a localized subcutaneous inflammatory response in rats. Proceedings 19. Tagung der DVG-Fachgruppe Physiologie und Biochemie P46, p 85.
  95. Damm J., Luheshi GN., Gerstberger R, Roth J., Rummel C. (2010). Neuroanatomical distribution of nuclear NF-IL6 immunoreactivity in the rat brain during the time course of systemic inflammation. Proceedings 19. Tagung der DVG-Fachgruppe Physiologie und Biochemie P45, p 84.
  96. Knorr C., Marks D., Gerstberger R., Mühlradt P., Roth J., Rummel C. (2010). Peripheral and central cyclooxygenase (COX) products in the manifestation of brain-controlled sickness responses during localized inflammation induced by macrophage-activating lipopeptide-2 (MALP-2). Proceedings 19. Tagung der DVG-Fachgruppe Physiologie und Biochemie P42, p 83.
  97. Rummel C., Inoue W., Poole S., and Luheshi GN. (2010). The recruitment of neutrophil granulocytes into the mouse brain during LPS-induced systemic inflammation is regulated by leptin. Proceedings 19. Tagung der DVG-Fachgruppe Physiologie und Biochemie V7, p 22.
  98. Damm J., Luheshi GN., Gerstberger R, Roth J., Rummel C. (2009). Spatiotemporal activation of the transcription factor NF-IL6 in the rat brain during systemic inflammation. Acta Physiologica 195 (Suppl. 669), p 16.
  99. Rummel C., Inoue W., Poole S., and Luheshi GN. (2009). Leptin modulates neuroinflammation and neutrophil recruitment into the brain of mice during severe LPS-induced systemic inflammation. Acta Physiologica 195, (Suppl. 669), p 33.
  100. Rummel C., Sachot C., Inoue W., Poole S., and Luheshi GN. (2007). Selective contribution of interleukin-6 and leptin in stimulating brain cells/structures during LPS-induced systemic inflammation in mice. Proceedings of the Society for Neuroscience - 37th Annual Meeting 300.18/VV5
  101. Rummel C., Sachot C., Inoue W., Poole S., and Luheshi GN. (2007). IL-6 and leptin differentially activate STAT3 and the COX2-mPGES-pathway in the brain during LPS-induced systemic inflammation in mice. Can J Neurol Sci. 34, (Suppl. 3), p 106
  102. Voss T., Rummel C., Gerstberger R., Hübschle T. and Roth J. (2005). Fever and cytokine responses to single or repeated injections of double stranded RNA in guinea pigs. Pflügers Arch – Eur J Physiol 459 (Suppl.), p 91.
  103. Rummel C., Barth S., Gerstberger R., Hübschle T. and Roth J. (2005). The role of prostaglandins in the induction of fever during localized as opposed to systemic inflammation. Pflügers Arch – Eur J Physiol 449 (Suppl.), p 92.
  104. Rummel C., Hübschle T., Gerstberger R. and Roth J. (2003). Genomic activation of cellular elements within the brain during systemic or localized inflammation in guinea pigs. Pflügers Arch – Eur J Physiol 445 (Suppl.), p 54.
  105. Rummel C., Gerstberger R., Roth J. and Hübschle T. (2003). Interleukin-6-induced genomic activation during systemic or localized inflammation in guinea pigs investigated with STAT3-immunohistochemistry. Brain Behav Immun 17, p 200.

    Buchkapitel

  106. Rummel C (2022) Zellphysiologie.
    In: Breves G, Diener M, Gäbel G (Herausgeber) Physiologie der Haustiere, 6. Auflage, Georg Thieme Verlag, pp 32-50 Link zum Buch
  107. Rummel C (2015) Zellphysiologie.
    In: von Engelhardt W, Breves G, Diener M, Gäbel G (Herausgeber) Physiologie der Haustiere, 5. Auflage, Enke Verlag Stuttgart, pp 29-46 Link zum Buch
  108. Rummel C. (2004) Lyme-Borreliose - die häufigste durch Zecken übertragene Infektionskrankheit in der USA und Europa.
    In: Milzbrand, Pest, Pocken; Bedrohung durch alte und neue Krankheitserreger. pp. 19-38, VVB Laufersweiler Verlag, Wettenberg. Link zum Buch

    Doktorarbeit

  109. Rummel C. (2005). Charakterisierung der Bedeutung von Interleukin-6 und Prostaglandinen bei der Fieberentstehung nach systemischer oder lokaler Stimulation mit bakteriellem Lipopolysaccharid bei Meerschweinchen. In der Veterinärmedizin, pp. 250. Justus-Liebig-Universität, Giessen, VVB Laufersweiler Verlag, Wettenberg. Link zur Doktorarbeit