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Publications by Ihler, Friedrich

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Bertlich, Mattis; Ihler, Friedrich; Weiss, Bernhard G.; Freytag, Saskia; Jakob, Mark; Strupp, Michael; Pellkofer, Hannah; Canis, Martin (2017): Fingolimod (FTY-720) is Capable of Reversing Tumor Necrosis Factor Induced Decreases in Cochlear Blood Flow. In: Otology & Neurotology, Vol. 38, No. 8: pp. 1213-1216

Bertlich, Mattis; Ihler, Friedrich; Weiss, Bernhard G.; Freytag, Saskia; Strupp, Michael; Jakob, Mark; Canis, Martin (2017): Role of capillary pericytes and precapillary arterioles in the vascular mechanism of betahistine in a guinea pig inner ear model. In: Life Sciences, Vol. 187: pp. 17-21

Welz, Christian; Canis, Martin; Schwenk-Zieger, Sabina; Becker, Sven; Stucke, Vincent; Ihler, Friedrich; Baumeister, Philipp (2016): Cytotoxic and Genotoxic Effects of Electronic Cigarette Liquids on Human Mucosal Tissue Cultures of the Oropharynx. In: Journal of Environmental Pathology Toxicology and Oncology, Vol. 35, No. 4: pp. 343-354

Sharaf, Kariem; Ihler, Friedrich; Bertlich, Mattis; Reichel, Christoph A.; Berghaus, Alexander; Canis, Martin (2016): Tumor Necrosis Factor-induced Decrease of Cochlear Blood Flow Can Be Reversed by Etanercept or JTE-013. In: Otology & Neurotology, Vol. 37, No. 7, E203-E208

Ihler, Friedrich; Bertlich, Mattis; Weiss, Bernhard; Dietzel, Steffen; Canis, Martin (2015): Two-Photon Microscopy Allows Imaging and Characterization of Cochlear Microvasculature In Vivo. In: Biomed Research International, 154272 [PDF, 2MB]

Bertlich, Mattis; Ihler, Friedrich; Freytag, Saskia; Weiss, Bernhard G.; Strupp, Michael; Canis, Martin (2015): Histaminergic H3-Heteroreceptors as a Potential Mediator of Betahistine-Induced Increase in Cochlear Blood Flow. In: Audiology & neuro-otology, Vol. 20, No. 5: pp. 283-293 [PDF, 410kB]

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