Eine Auswahl an Publikationen von Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Andreas Thiel

Frentsch M, Stark R, Matzmohr N, Meier S, Durlanik S, Schulz AR, Stervbo U, Jürchott K, Gebhardt F, Heine G, Reuter MA, Betts MR, Busch D, Thiel A
CD40L expression permits CD8+ T cells to execute immunologic helper functions.
Blood 2013; 122(3):405-12.
Dong J, Chang HD, Ivascu C, Qian Y, Rezai S, Okhrimenko A, Cosmi L, Maggi L, Eckhardt F, Wu P, Sieper J, Alexander T, Annunziato F, Gossen M, Li J, Radbruch A, Thiel A
Loss of methylation at the IFNG promoter and CNS-1 is associated with the development of functional IFN-γ memory in human CD4(+) T lymphocytes.
Eur J Immunol 2013; 43(3):793-804.
Stark R, Hartung A, Zehn D, Frentsch M, Thiel A
IL-12-mediated STAT4 signaling and TCR signal strength cooperate in the induction of CD40L in human and mouse CD8+ T cells.
Eur J Immunol 2013; 43(6):1511-7.
Schoenbrunn A, Frentsch M, Kohler S, Keye J, Dooms H, Moewes B, Dong J, Loddenkemper C, Sieper J, Wu P, Romagnani C, Matzmohr N, Thiel A
A converse 4-1BB and CD40 ligand expression pattern delineates activated regulatory T cells (Treg) and conventional T cells enabling direct isolation of alloantigen-reactive natural Foxp3+ Treg.
J Immunol 2012; 189(12):5985-94.
Meier S, Stark R, Frentsch M, Thiel A
The influence of different stimulation conditions on the assessment of antigen-induced CD154 expression on CD4+ T cells.
Cytometry A 2008; 73(11):1035-42.
Kohler S, Thiel A
Life after the thymus: CD31+ and CD31- human naive CD4+ T-cell subsets.
Blood 2009; 113(4):769-74.
Kirchhoff D, Frentsch M, Leclerk P, Bumann D, Rausch S, Hartmann S, Thiel A, Scheffold A
Identification and isolation of murine antigen-reactive T cells according to CD154 expression.
Eur J Immunol 2007; 37(9):2370-7.
Frentsch M, Arbach O, Kirchhoff D, Moewes B, Worm M, Rothe M, Scheffold A, Thiel A
Direct access to CD4+ T cells specific for defined antigens according to CD154 expression.
Nat Med 2005; 11(10):1118-24.

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