Publikationen Dr. Leitsch

 

Originalarbeiten

PMN/platelets coinfused in guinea pig hearts Exposed to low-flow ischemia have no additive cardiodepressiv effect.
C. Seligmann, T. Leitsch, M. Kusus, A. Bock , WG Daniel
J Vasc. Res. 2003 Nov-Dec; 40(6):501-8. Epup 2003 Nov.18

Human thrombocytes are able to induce a myocardial dysfunction in the ischemic and reperfused guinea pig heart mediated by free radicals-role of the GP IIb/IIIa-blocker tirofiban
C. Seligmann, Y. Simsek, M. Schimmer, A. Bock, T. Leitsch, H.-P. Schultheiss
Life Sci. 2002 Sep 27,71 (19):2319-29

Polymorphonuclear granulocytes induce myocardial dysfunction during ischemia and in later reperfusion of hearts exposed to low-flow ischemia.
C. Seligmann, A. Bock, T. Leitsch, M. Schimmer, Y. Simsek, H.P. Schultheiss
J Leukocyte Biol (2001) 69, 727-31.

A thrombocyte-induced myocardial dysfunction in the ischemic and reperfused guinea pig heart is mediated by reactive oxygen species.
Seligmann C, Schimmer M, Leitsch T, Bock A, Simsek Y, Tschöpe C, Schultheiss HP.
Free Rad Biol Med (2000) 29 (12), 1244-51

Z Kardiol 93: Suppl 3 (2004)P393 –
Humane Perikardflüssigkeit transdifferenziert Endothelzellen in Mesenchymale Zellen.
 1T.Rassaf, 1Chr.Fach, 1G.Schlieper, 2B.Andree, 3V.Stoldt, 4T.Leitsch, 4E.Gams, 1A.Gödecke, 1J.Schrader

Abstracts

Coapplication of PMN and thrombocytes during ischemia has no additive cardiodepressive effects as compared with sole application of both „cell“-species T. Leitsch, C. Seligmann, A. Bock, M. Schimmer, Y. Simsek, H.-P. Schultheiss European Journal of Physiology: Supplement to Vol. 437, No.5, (1999), P 35-6, R 173

Myocardial dysfunction is also induced by applikation of polymorphonuclear granulocytes during ischemia via release of reactve oxygen species A. Bock, C. Seligmann, M. Schimmer, Y. Simsek, T. Leitsch, H.-P. Schultheiss European Journal of Physiology: Supplement to Vol. 437, No.5, (1999), P 35-8, R 173

Human thrombocytes are able to induce a myocardial dysfunction in the ischemic and reperfused guinea pig heart Y. Simsek, C. Seligmann, M. Schimmer, T. Leitsch, A. Bock, H.-P. Schultheiss European Journal of Physiology: Supplement to Vol. 437, No.5, (1999), P 35-7, R 173

Release of reactive oxygen species by thrombocytes-a new mechanism of ischemia- and reperfusion-induced injury of the heart M. Schimmer, C. Seligmann, A. Bock, T. Leitsch, Y. Simsek, C. Tschöpe, H.-P. Schultheiss European Journal of Physiology: Supplement to Vol. 437, No.5, (1999), P 35-5, R 173

Myocardial dysfunction is also induced by application of polymorphonuclear granulocytes at different times of ischemia/reperfusion via release of reactive oxygen species C. Seligmann, A. Bock, M. Schimmer, Y. Simsek, T. Leitsch, U. Rauch, C. Tschöpe, H.-P. Schultheiss European Heart Journal: (1999) Vol. 20 abstract supplement 2563 S.488

Humane Thrombozyten: Induktion einer myokardialen Dysfunktion im ischämischen und reperfundierten Meerschweinchenherzen. C. Seligmann, Y. Simsek, A. Bock, T. Leitsch, M. Schimmer, C. Tschöpe. Zeitschrift für Kardiologie: 1999; 88 (Suppl I): 353

Thrombocyte-induced myocardial dysfunction in the ischemic and reperfused heart is mediated by reactive oxygen species. Seligmann C, Schimmer M, Bock A, Leitsch T, Simsek Y, Tschöpe C, Schultheiss HP. Basic Res Cardiol 1999 ; 94 (suppl. S3): 121

Prevention of a thrombocyte-induced myocardial dysfunction in the ischemic and reperfused guinea pig heart: A time-dependent action of the GPIIb/IIIa-blocker tirofiban. C. Seligmann, Y. Simsek, M. Schimmer, A. Bock, T. Leitsch, H.-P. Schultheiss European Journal of Physiology: Supplement to Vol. 439, No.6, (2000), P 40-2, R 445

The potential of human thrombocytes to induce a myocardial dysfunction in the ischaemic and reperfused guinea pig heart: role of reactive oxygen species. C. Seligmann, A.Bock, M. Schimmer, T. Leitsch, Y. Simsek, H.P. Schultheiss European Heart Journal: Supplement to Vol. 22, Sept. 2001, 671, P3626