Gerald Wolf
                                                                                                                                                 ***     Sapere aude!   ***                                                                                                                                                                                           Schlimm ist es um die Demokratie bestellt, wenn                                                           "politische Korrektheit" und Duckmäusertum                                                                                    das Sagen haben.
 
 

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1. Sterba, G., Wolf, G.: Vorkommen und Funktion der Sialinsäure im Reissnerschen Faden. Histochemie 17, 57-63 (1969).
2. Wolf, G., Sterba, G.: Zur stofflichen Charakteristik des Reissnerschen Fadens. Acta Zool. (Stockh.) 53, 147-154 (1972)
3. Fabert, G., Wolf, G., Sterba, G.: Molekulares Verhältnis von Oxytocin und Neurophysin in Neurohypophyse und Hypothalamus der Ratte Radioimmunoassay. 
Endokrinologie 62, 291-296 (1973).
4. Wolf, G., Sterba, G.: Effect of oxytocin on glucose uptake by brain tissue (in vitro study). Endokrinologie 63, 368-372 (1974).
5.
Wolf, G., Wolff, B.: Mikrodiskelektrophorese mit Protonengegenstrom. Z. med. Labortechn. 15, 160-162 (1974).
6. Wolf, G., Zehl, U., Sterba, G.: Proteinbestimmung mit Amidoschwarz in essigsaurer Sublimatlösung. Acta biol. med. germ. 33, 63-65 (1974).
7. Annenkov, G.A., Dementieva, E.S., Morozov, V.V., Wolf, G.: Primenenie syvorotki krovi i kletok.
Zitologia 17, 361-363 (1975).
8. Wolf, G.: Immunohistological identification of neurophysin and neurophysin-like substances in different vertebrates. Endokrinologie 68, 288-299 (1976).
9. Wolf, G., Trautmann, B.: Ontogeny of the hypothalamoneurohypophysial system in rats. An immunohistochemical study. Endokrinologie 69, 222-226 (1977).
10. Wolf, G.: Identification and metabolic differentiation of rat neurophysins: a microelectrophoretic study. Endokrinologie 75, 44-56 (1980).
11. Wolf, G., Schmidt, W., Schünzel, G.: A microscope photometric method for the determination of proteins in solutions and homogenates at the nanogram level. Acta biol. med. germ. 39, 1243-1245 (1980).
12. Wolf, G., Keilhoff, G., Kuhne, H.: Neurohypophyseal proteins during the ontogenesis of the rat: a microelectrophoretic study. Endokrinologie 78, 2/3, 149-155 (1981).
13. Glushenko, T.S., Wolf, G.: To cytophotometric determination of total protein content in neuronneuroglia system from different rat brain areas in the course of postnatal ontogenesis. Nejrozhimija 1, 75-78 (1982).
14. Schünzel, G., Wolf, G.: Topographic and quantitative characteristics of glutamate dehydrogenase of the hippocampus formation during the postnatal development of the rat brain. Comparative studies on succinate and alpha-glycerophosphate dehydrogenase with special reference to putatively glutamatergic structures. Acta histochem. 71, 145-151 (1982).
15. Wolf, G., Keilhoff, G.: Kainate resistant neurons in peripheral ganglia of the rat. Neurosci. Lett. 43, 15 (1983).
16.Wolf, G., Schmidt, W.: Zinc and glutamate dehydrogenase in putative glutamatergic brain structures. Acta histochem. 72, 15-23 (1983).
17. Kalinowski, M., Wolf, G., Markefski, M.: Concentration and subcellular localization of zinc in the hippocampal formation, cerebellum, and whole brain during the postnatal development of the rat. Acta histochem. 73, 33-40 (1983).
18. Kießig, R., Wolf, G., Dietzmann, K.: Experimental hypo/hyperthyroidism in rats and the perinatal development of the hypothalamo-neurohypophysial system in comparison with the thyroid gland state and external features. Exp. Clin. Endocrinol. 81, 297-307 (1983).
19. Rothe, F., Schmidt, W., Wolf, G.: Postnatal changes in the activity of glutamate dehydrogenase and aspartate aminotransferase in the rat nervous system with special reference to the glutamate transmitter metabolism.
Devl. Brain Res. 11, 67-74 (1983).
20. Wolf, G., Kühne, G.E.: Glutamat als Transmitter im ZNS und seine mutmaßliche Bedeutung für die Pathogenese zerebraler Anfallsformen. Neuere Aspekte. 
Psychiat. Neurol. med. Psychol. 35, 66-74 (1983).
21. Rothe, F., Wolf, G.: Alanine aminotransferase in the rat nervous system during the postnatal development referring to the glutamate transmitter metabolism. 
Neurochem. Res. 9, 661-668 (1984).
22.
Wolf, G., Keilhoff, G.: Kainate and glutamate neurotoxicity in dependence on the postnatal development with special reference to hippocampal neurons. Devl. Brain Res. 14, 15-21 (1984).
23 Wolf, G., Kießig, R., Landgraf, R.: Levels of vasopressin and oxytocin in neurohypophysis and plasma of the postnatally developing rat and the influence of hypothyroidism on rat fetuses. Exp. Clin. Endocrinol. 83, 251-255 (1984).
24. Wolf, G., Schünzel, G., StormMathisen, J.: Lesions of Schaffer's collaterals in the rat hippocampus affecting glutamate dehydrogenase and succinate dehydrogenase activity in the stratum radiatum of CA1. A study with special reference to the glutamate transmitter metabolism. J. Hirnforsch. 25, 249-253 (1984).
25. Schmidt, W., Wolf, G.: Histochemical localization of aspartate aminotransferase activity in the hippocampal formation and in peripheral ganglia of the rat with special reference to the glutamate transmitter metabolism. J. Hirnforsch. 25, 505-510 (1984).
26. Wolf., G., Schütte, M., Römhild, W.: Uptake and subcellular distribution of 65zinc in brain structures during the postnatal development of the rat. Neurosci. Lett. 51, 277-280 (1984).
27. Rothe, F., Wolf, G.: Developmental changes in gammaglutamyltranspeptidase activity in nervous tissues with reference to amino acid transmission processes. Neurosci. Lett. 62, 107-112 (1985).
28. Wolf, G.: Histochemical and biochemical studies on the glutamate transmitter metabolism. Folia Histochem. Cytochem. 22, 250-251 (1985).
29. Schünzel, G., Wolf, G., Rothe, F., Seidler, E.: Histophotometric evaluation of glutamate dehydrogenase activity of the rat hippocampal formation during postnatal development, with special reference to the glutamate transmitter metabolism.
Cell Molec. Neurobiol. 6, 31-42 (1986).

30. Schünzel, G., Wolf, G., Rothe, F., Seidler, E.: Enzymhistochemischer Nachweis der Na+abhängigen Glutamataufnahme in glutamatergen Hirnstrukturen der Ratte. Acta histochem. 79, 61-66 (1986).
31. Wolf, G., Schünzel, G., Rothe, F.: Histochemical demonstration of sodium-dependent glutamate uptake in brain tissues by glutamate dehydrogenase reaction. Exp. Brain Res. 62, 659-662 (1986).
32. Schmidt, W., Wolf, G.: Activity of aspartate aminotransferase in the hippocampal formation of the rat during postnatal development and after lesion of thehippocampal Schaffer's collaterals: a quantitative histochemical study. Neurochem. Int. 11, 39-47 (1987).

 

33. Wolf, G., Schünzel, G.: Glutamate dehydrogenase in aminoacidergic structures of the postnatally developing rat cerebellum. Neurosci. Lett. 78, 711 (1987).
34. Wolf, G., Keilhoff, G.: Moderne Aspekte der Epilepsieforschung und ihrer Anwendung.
Psychiat. Neurol. Med. Psychol. 39, 662-667 (1987).
35. Schmidt, W., Wolf, G.: Highaffinity uptake of L[3H]glutamate and D[3H]aspartate during postnatal development of the hippocampal formation: a quantitative autoradiographic study. Exp. Brain Res. 70, 50-54(1988).
36. Wolf, G., Richter, K., Schünzel, G., Schöpp, W.: Histochemically demonstrable activity of phosphateactivated glutaminase in the postnatally developing rat hippocampus. Devl. Brain Res. 41, 101-108 (1988).
37. Markefski, M., Wolf, G., Ebmeyer, U.: Fluorescopic determination of NAD(P)/NAD(P)+ rations in brain slices under perifusion conditions. J. Neurosci. Methods 24, 271-277 (1988).
38. Stastny, F., Rothe, F., Schmidt, W., Wolf, G., Keilhoff, G., Lisy, V.: Changes in the activity of gamma-glutamyl transpeptidase induced by kainic acid and surgical lesion of the hippocampal formation in young rats. Brain Res. 462, 56-61 (1988).
39. Wolf, G., Richter, K., Schmidt, W., Svenneby, G., Storm-Mathisen, J.: Glutaminase in the postnatally developing rat cerebellum: a comparison of staining and immunocytochemistry. Neurochem. Res. 14, 583-588 (1989).
40. Rothe, F., Wolf, G.: Changes in glutamaterelated enzyme activities in the striatum of the rat following lesion of corticostriatal fibres. Exp. Brain Res. 79, 400-404 (1990).
41. Richter, K., Wolf, G.: Highaffinity glutamine uptake of the rat hippocampus during the postnatal development: a quantitative autoradiographic study. Neuroscience 34, 49-55 (1990).
42. Schmidt, W., Wolf, G., Grüngreiff, K., Meier, M., Reum, T.: Hepatic encephalopathy influences highaffinity uptake of transmitter glutamate and aspartate in the hippocampal formation. Metabol. Brain Dis. 5, 19-31 (1990).
43. Keilhoff, G., Wolf, G., Stastny, F., Schmidt, W.: Quinolinate neurotoxicity and glutamatergic structures. Neuroscience 34, 235-242 (1990).
44. Wolf, G., Keilhoff, G., Fischer, S., Hass, P.: Subcutaneously applied magnesium protects reliably against quinolinateinduced
N-methylD-aspartate (NMDA) mediated neurodegeneration and convulsions: are there therapeutical implications? Neurosci. Lett. 117, 207-211 (1990).
45. Rothe, F., Wolf, G., Schünzel, G.: Immunohistochemical demonstration of glutamate dehydrogenase in the postnatally developing rat hippocampal formation and cerebellar cortex: comparison to activity staining. Neuroscience 39, 419-429 (1990).
46. Markefski, M., Wolf, G.: Influence of ammonia, octanoate, quinolinate and hypoxic conditions on NAD(P)H fluorescence of hippocampal slices. Neurochem. Int. 18, 323-329 (1991).
47. Keilhoff, G., Wolf, G., Stastny, F.: Effects of MK801, ketamine and alaptide in quinolinate models in the maturing hippocampus. Neuroscience 42, 379-385 (1991).
48. Wolf, G., Fischer, S., Hass, P., Abicht, K., Keilhoff, G.: Magnesium sulfate subcutaneously injected protects against kainateinduced
convulsions and neurodegeneration: in-vivo study on the rat hippocampus. Neuroscience 43, 31-34 (1991).
49. Grüngreiff, K., Wolf, G., Schmidt, W., Franke, D., Kleine, F.D.: Highaffinity uptake of transmitter glutamate (GLU) in brain tissue with reference to hepatic encephalopathy (HE). Z. Gastroenterol. (Suppl. 2)
; 29, 95-100 (1991).
50. Schünzel, G., Wolf, G., Pomrenke, U., Pomrenke, C., Schmidt, W.: Pentylenetetrazol kindling and factors of glutamate transmitter metabolism in rat hippocampus. Neuroscience 49, 365-371 (1992).
51. Keilhoff, G., Wolf, G.: Memantine prevents quinolinic-acid 
induced hippocampal damage. Eur. J. Pharmacol. 219, 451-454 (1992).

52. Rothe, F., Wolf, G.: Effect of damage to the Corticostriatum on the activity of gamma-glutamyl transpeptidase in the rat striatum. Neurochemistry. 8, 672-676 (1992).

53. Grüngreiff, K., Abicht, K., Franke, D., Kleine, F.D., Wolf, G., Röhl, F.W.: Wechselwirkungen von Zink und Magnesium bei chronischen Lebererkrankungen. Magnesium Bull. 14, 31-36 (1992).
54. Wolf, G., Würdig, S., Schünzel, G.: Nitric oxide synthase in rat brain is predominantly located at neuronal endoplasmatic reticulum: an electron microscopic demonstration of NADPH-diaphorase
activity. Neurosci. Lett. 147, 63-66 (1992).
55. Henschke, G., Wolf, G., Keilhoff, G.: Ketamine, but not glycine modulates quinolinate-induced neurodegeneration. Pol. J. Pharmacol. 45, 339-347 (1993).
56. Fischer, S., Wolf, G., Keilhoff, G., Hass, P.: Mg2+ antagonizes Alpha-amino-3-hydroxy-5-methyl-4-isoxazolepropionic acid-induced brain damage and convulsions. Eur. J. Pharmacol. 232, 121-124 (1993).
57. Schmidt, W., Wolf, G., Grüngreiff, K., Linke, K.: Adenosine influences the highaffinity uptake of transmitter glutamate and aspartate under conditions of hepatic encephalopathy. Metab. Brain Dis. 8, 73-80 (1993).
58. Rothe, F., Wolf, G., Fischer, S., Hass, P., Keilhoff, G., Abicht, K.: Quinolinate and kainate facilitate magnesium penetration into brain tissue. NeuroReport 4, 205-207 (1993).
59. Keilhoff, G., Wolf, G.: Comparison of double fluorescence staining and LDH-test for monitoring cell viability in vitro. NeuroReport 5, 129-132 (1993)
60. Wolf, G., Henschke, G., Würdig, S.: Glutamate agonist-induced hippocampal lesion and nitric oxide synthase/NADPH-diaphorase: a light and electron microscopical study in the rat. Neurosci. Lett. 161, 49-52 (1993).
61. Würdig, S., Wolf, G.: Localization of NADPH-diaphorase/
nitric oxide synthase activity in the rat cerebellar cortex: a light and electron microscopical study. J. Brain Res. 35, 495-499 (1994).
62. Wolf, G., Würdig, S., Henschke, G.: Nitric oxide synthase in the brain: light and electron microscopical findings based on the NADPH-diaphorase reaction. J. Neural Transm. 43, Suppl. 105-112 (1994).
63. Calka, J., Wolf, G., Brosz, M.: Ultrastructural demonstration of NADPH-diaphorase histochemical activity in the supraoptic nucleus of normal and dehydrated rats. Brain Res. Bull. 34, 301-308 (1994).
64. Böckelmann, R., Wolf, G., Ransmayr, G., Riederer, P.: NADPH-diaphorase/nitric oxide synthase containing neurons in normal and Parkinson's disease putamen. J. Neural. Transm. 7, 115-121 (1994).
65. FaberZuschratter, H., Wolf, G.: Ultrastructural distribution of NADPH-diaphorase in cortical synapses. NeuroReport 5, 2029-2032 (1994).
66. Schmidt, W., Wolf, G., Calka, J., Schmidt, H.H.H.W.: Evidence for bidirectional changes in nitric oxide synthase activity in the rat striatum after excitotoxically (quinolinic acid) induced degeneration. Neuroscience 67, 345-356 (1995).
67. Darius, S., Wolf, G., Huang, P.L., Fishman, M.C.: Localization of NADPH-diaphorase/nitric oxide synthase in the rat retina: an electron microscopic study. 
Brain Res. 690, 231-235 (1995).
68.
Calka, J., Wolf, G., Schmidt, W.: Induction of cytosolic NADPH-diaphorase/nitric oxide synthase in reactive microglia/macrophages after quinolinic acid lesions acid
in the rat striatum: an electron and light microscopical study. Histochem. Cell Biol. 105, 81-89 (1996).
69. FaberZuschratter, H., Seidenbecher, T., Reymann, K., Wolf, G.: Ultrastructural distribution of NADPH-diaphorase
in the normal hippocampus and after longterm potentiation. J. Neural Transm. 103, 807-817 (1996).
70. Keilhoff, G., Seidel, B., Noack, H., Tischmeyer, W., Stanek, D., Wolf, G.: Patterns of nitric oxide synthase mRNA, protein and activity staining during early rat brain development. Neuroscience 75, 1193-1201 (1996).
71. Wolf, G.: Nitric oxide and nitric oxide synthase: biology, pathology, localization. Histol. Histopathol. 12, 251-261 (1997).
72. Possel, H., Noack, H., Augustin, W., Keilhoff, G., Wolf, G.: 2,7dihydrodichlorofluorescein diacetate (DCFDA)
as a fluorescent marker for peroxynitrite formation. FEBS Letters 416, 175-178 (1997).
73. Stanarius, A., Töpel, I., Schulz, S., Noack, H., Wolf, G.: Immunocytochemistry of endothelial nitric oxide synthase in the rat brain: a light and electron microscopical study using the tyramide signal amplification technique. Acta histochem. 99, 411-429 (1997).
74. Huether, G., Fettkötter, I., Keilhoff, G., Wolf, G.: Serotonin acts as a radical scavenger and is oxidized to a dimer during the respiratory burst of activated microglia. J. Neurochem. 69, 2096-2101 (1997).
75. Seidel, B., Stanarius, A., Wolf, G.: Differential expression of neuronal and endothelial nitric oxide synthase in blood vessels of the rat brain. Neurosci. Lett. 239, 109-112 (1997).
76. Böckelmann, R., Reiser, M., Wolf, G.: Potassium-stimulated taurine release and nitric oxide synthase activity during quinolinic acid lesion of the rat striatum. Neurochem. Res. 23, 469-475 (1998).
77. Rothe, F., Canzler, U., Wolf, G.: Subcellular localization of the neuronal isoform of nitric oxide synthase in the rat brain: A critical evaluation. Neuroscience 83, 259-269 (1998).
78. Töpel, I., Stanarius, A., Wolf, G.: Distribution of the endothelial constitutive nitric oxide synthase (ecNOS) in the developing rat brain: an immunohistochemical study. Brain Res. 788, 43-48 (1998).
79. Noack, H., Lindenau, J., Rothe, F., Asayama, K. Wolf, G.: Differential expression of superoxide dismutase isoforms in neuronal and glial compartments in the course of excitotoxically mediated neurodegeneration: Relation to oxidative and nitrergic stress. Glia 23, 285-297 (1998).
80. Lindenau, J., Noack, H., Asayama, K., Wolf, G.: Enhanced cellular glutathione peroxidase immunoreactivity in activated astrocytes and in microglia during excitotoxin induced neurodegeneration. Glia 24, 252-256 (1998).
81. Seidel, B., Keilhoff, G., Reinheckel, T., Wolf, G.: Differentially expressed genes in hippocampal cell cultures in response to an excitotoxic insult by quinolinic acid. Mol. Brain Res. 60, 296-300 (1998).
82. Keilhoff, G., Seidel, B., Wolf, G.: Absence of nitric oxide synthase in rat oligodendrocytes: a light and electron microscopic study. Acta histochem. 100, 409-417 (1998).
83. Bernstein, H. G., Keilhoff, G., Seidel, B., Stanarius A., Huang, P. L., Fishman, M. C., Reiser, M., Bogerts, B., Wolf, G.: Expression of hypothalamic peptides in mice lacking neuronal nitric oxide synthase: reduced ßendorphine
immunoreactivity in arcuate nucleus. Neuroendocrinology
68, 403-411 (1998).
84. Stanarius, A., Seidel, B., Wolf, G.: Neuronal nitric oxide synthase in the vasculature of the rat brain: an immunocytochemical study using the tyramide signal amplification technique. J. Neurocytol. 27, 731-736 (1998).
85. Chatterjee, S., Noack, H., Possel, H., Keilhoff, G., Wolf, G.: Glutathione levels in primary glial cultures: Monochlorobimane provides evidence of cell type-specific distribution. Glia 27, 152-161 (1999).
86. Chatterjee, S., Possel, H., Srivastava, T.S., Kamat, J.P., Wolf, G., Devasagayam, T.P.A.: Photodynamic effect induced by mesotetrakis[4(carboxy-methylene-oxy)phenyl] porphyrin on isolated Sarcoma 180 ascites mitochondria. J. Photochem. Photobiol. B: Biol. 50, 79-87 (1999).
87. Fansa, H., Keilhoff, G., Altmann, S., Plogmeier, K., Wolf, G., Schneider, W.: The effect of the immunosuppressant FK 506 on peripheral nerve regeneration following nerve grafting. J. Hand Surg. 24B, 38-42 (1999).
88. Fansa, H., Keilhoff, G., Förster, G., Seidel, B., Wolf, G., Schneider, W.: Acellular muscle with Schwann cells: An alternative biological nerve conduit.
J. Reconstr. Microsurg. 15, 531-537 (1999).
89. Fansa, H., Keilhoff, G., Frerichs, O., Wolf, G., Schneider, W.: Der Einfluß der Prädegenerarion peripherer Nerven auf die Plastizität von kultivierten Schwannschen Zellen und ihre Zellzahl in vitro. Handchir. Mikrochir. Plast. Chir. 31,367-372 (1999).
90. Fansa, H., Keilhoff, G., Horn, T., Altmann, S., Wolf, G., Schneider, W.: Stimulation des Wachstums Schwannscher Zellen und der axonalen Regeneration peripherer Nerven durch das Immunsuppressivum FK506. Handchir. Mikrochir. Plast. Chir. 31, 323-329 (1999).
91. Fansa, H., Keilhoff, G., Plogmeier, K., Frerichs, O., Wolf, G., Schneider, W.: Successful implantation of Schwann cells in acellular muscles. J. Reconstr. Microsurg. 15, 61-65 (1999).
92. Händel, M., Schulz, S., Stanarius, A., Schreff, M., Erdtmann-Vourliotis, M., Schmidt, H., Wolf, G., Höllt, V.: Selective targeting of somatostatin receptor 3 to neuronal cilia.
Neuroscience 89, 909-926 (1999).
93. Jiang, L., Yang, Y., Chatterjee, S., Seidel, B., Wolf, G., Yang, S.: The expression of pro-UK in Escherichia coli: the vgb promoter replaces IPTG and coexpression of argU compensates for rare codons in a hypoxic induction model. Biosci. Biotechnol. Biochem. 63, 2097-2101 (1999).
94. Keilhoff, G., Fansa, H., Schneider, W., Wolf, G.: In vivo predegeneration of peripheral nerves: an effective technique to obtain activated Schwann cells for nerve conduits. J. Neurosci. Meth. 89, 17-24 (1999).
95. Noack, H., Possel, H., Rethfeldt, C., Keilhoff, G., Wolf, G.: Peroxynitrite-mediated damage and lowered superoxide tolerance in primary cortical glial cultures after induction of the inducible isoform of NOS. Glia 28, 13-14 (1999).
96. Reiser, M., Keilhoff, G., Wolf, G.: Effect of arginine on basal and high potassium-induced efflux of [3H]D-aspartate from rat striatal slices. Neuroscience 88, 1177-1186 (1999).
97. Reiser, M., Schild, L., Keilhoff, G., Wolf, G.: Interaction of nitric oxide donors and ascorbic acid on D-[3H]aspartate efflux from rat striatal slices. Neurochem. Res. 24, 61-67 (1999).
98. Rothe, F., Huang, P.L., Wolf, G.: Ultrastructural localization of neuronal nitric oxide synthase in the laterodorsal tegmental nucleus of wildtype and knockout mice. Neuroscience 94, 193201 (1999).
99. Schild, L., Matthias, R., Stanarius, A., Wolf, G., Augustin, W., Halangk, W.: Induction of permeability transition in pancreatic mitochondria by cerulein in rats. Mol. Cell. Biochem. 195, 191-197 (1999).
100. Stanarius, A., FaberZuschratter, H., Töpel, I., Schulz, S., Wolf, G.: Tyramide signal amplification in brain immunocytochemistry: adaptation to electron microscopy. J. Neurosci. Meth. 88, 55-61 (1999).
101. Lindenau, J., Noack, H. Possel, H., Asayama, K., Wolf, G.: Cellular distribution of superoxide dismutase in the rat CNS. Glia 29, 25-34 (2000).
102. Chatterjee, S., Noack, H., Possel, H., Wolf, G.: Induction of nitric oxide synthesis lowers intracellular glutathione in microglia of primary glial cultures. Glia 29, 98-101 (2000).
103. Fansa, H., Keilhoff, G., Horn, T., Altmann, S., Wolf, G., Schneider, W.: Stimulation of Schwann cell proliferation and axonal regeneration by FK 506. Rest. Neurol. Neurosci. 16, 77-86 (2000).
104. Schreff, M., Schulz, S., Händel, M., Keilhoff, G., Braun, H., Pereira, G., Klutzny, M., Schmidt, H., Wolf, G., Höllt, V.: Distribution, Targeting, and Internalization of the sst4 of the somatostatin receptor in the rat brain. J. Neurosci. 20, 3785-3797 (2000).
105. Seidel, B., Jiang, L., Wolf, G.: Differentially displayed genes in neuroblastoma cells treated with a mitochondrial toxin: evidence for possible involvement of ICAM1 in 3nitropropionic acid-mediated neurodegeneration.
Toxicol. Lett. 115, 213-222 (2000).
106. Fansa, H., Keilhoff, G., Wolf, G., Schneider, W.: Die Kultivierung humaner Schwannscher Zellen für das Tissue Engineering peripherer Nerven.
Handchir. Mikrochir. Plast. Chir. 32, 181-186 (2000).
107. Keilhoff, G., Reiser, M., Stanarius, A., Aoki, E., Wolf, G.: Citrullin immunohistochemistry for demonstration of NOS activity in vivo and in vitro. Nitric Oxide 4, 343-353 (2000).
108. Noack, H., Possel, H., Chatterjee, S., Keilhoff, G., Wolf, G.: Nitrosative stress in primary glial cultures after induction of the inducible isoform of nitric oxide synthase (iNOS). Toxicology 148, 133-142 (2000).
109. Possel, H., Noack, H., Putzke, J.,Wolf, G., Sies, H.: Selective upregulation of inducible nitric oxide synthase (iNOS) by lipopolysaccharide (LPS) and cytokines in microglia: in vitro and in vivo studies.
Glia 32, 51-59 (2000).
110.
Keilhoff, G., Fansa, H., Smalla, K.H., Schneider, W., Wolf, G.: Neuroma: a donorage-independent source of human Schwann cells for tissue engineered nerve grafts. NeuroReport 11, 3805-3809 (2000).
111. Spina, M.G., Grecksch, G., Kovar, K.A., Wolf, G., Putzke, J.: Microtubule-associated protein 2 (MAP2) and c-fos expression in the rat prefrontal cortex following subchronic treatment with substituted amphetamines. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 914, 65-70 (2000).
112. Böckelmann, R., Reiser, M., Horn, T.F.W., Wolf, G.: Influence of nitric oxide synthase activity on amino acid concentration in the quinolinate lesioned rat striatum: A microdialysis and histochemical study. Amino Acids 19, 423-437 (2000).
113. Becker, A.J., Ückert, S., Tsikas, D., Noack, H., Stief, C.G., Frölich, J.C., Wolf, G., Jonas, U.: Determination of nitric oxide metabolites by means of the Griess assay and gas chromatography – mass spectrometry in the cavernous and systemic blood of healthy males and patients with erectile dysfunction during different functional conditions of the penis. Urol. Res. 28, 364-369 (2000).
114. Putzke, J., Seidel, B., Huang, P.L., Wolf, G.: Differential expression of alternatively spliced isoforms of neuronal nitric oxide synthase (nNOS) and N-methyl-D-aspartate receptors (NMDAR) mice. Mol. Brain Res.D/Da (nNOSa in knockout mice deficient in nNOS) 85, 13-23 (2000).
115. Wyneken, U., Smalla, K.H., Marengo, J.J., Soto, D., De La Cerda, A., Tischmeyer, E., Grimm, R., Boeckers, T.M., Wolf, G., Orrego, F., Gundelfinger, E.D.: Kainate-induced seizures alter protein composition and N-methyl-D-aspartate-receptor function of rat forebrain postsynaptic densities. Neuroscience 102, 65-74 (2001).
116. Fansa, H., Keilhoff, G., Wolf, G., Schneider, W.: Tissue engineering of peripheral nerves: A comparison of venous and acellular muscle grafts with cultured Schwann cells. Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 107, 485-494 (2001).
117. Roychowdhury, S., Wolf, G., Keilhoff, G., Bagchi, D., Horn, T.: Protection of primary glial cells by grape seed proanthocyanidin extract against nitrosative/oxidative stress. Nitric Oxide: Biol. Chem. 5, 137-149 (2001).
118. Keilhoff, G., Wolf, G., Bernstein, H.G.: Altered laminar distribution of hippocampal zinc in mutant mice lacking neuronal nitric oxide synthase. A histochemical study. Neurosci. Lett. 305, 173-176 (2001).
119. Schroeter, M. L., Müller, S., Lindenau, J., Wiesner, B., Hanisch, U.K., Wolf, G., Blasig, I. E.: Astrocytes induce manganese superoxide dismutase in brain capillary endothelial cells.
NeuroReport 12, 2513-2517 (2001).
120. Machtens, S., Ückert, S., Stanarius, A, Becker, A., Kuczyk, M., Stief, Ch. G., Jonas, U., Wolf, G.: Ist die Sekretion der humanen Samenblase durch Stickoxid (NO) reguliert?
J. Urol. Urogynäkol. 4,15-22 (2001).
121. Stanarius, A., Ückert, S., Machtens, S. A., Stief, C., Wolf, G., Jonas, U.: Immunocytochemical distribution of nitric oxide synthase in the human corpus cavernosum: an electron microscopical study using the tyramide signal amplification technique.
Urol. Res. 29, 168-172 (2001).
122. Ebmeyer, U., Keilhoff, G., Wolf, G.: Das Asphyxial-Cardiac-Arrest-Ratten-Modell zur Entwicklung von Wirkmechanismus-orientierten Therapiekonzepten nach Herz-Lungen-Hirn-Wiederbelebung (CPCR).
Anaesthesiol. Reanim. 26, 159-166 (2001).
123. Keilhoff, G., Seidel, B., Reiser, M., Stanarius, A., Huang, P.L., Bogerts, B., Wolf, G., Bernstein, H.G.: Lack of neuronal NOS has consequences for the expression of POMC and POMC-derived peptides in the mouse pituitary. Acta Histochem. 103, 397-412 (2001).
124. Rothe, F., Possel, H., Wolf, G.: Nitric oxide affects the phosphorylation state of microtubule-associated protein 2 (MAP2) and neurofilament: an immunocytochemical study in the brain of rats and neuronal nitric oxide synthase (nNOS)-knockouts. Nitric Oxide 6, 9-17 (2002).
125. Laube, G., Bernstein, H.G., Wolf, G., Veh, R.W.: Differential distribution of spermidine/spermine-like immunoreactivity in neurons of the adult rat brain. J. Comp. Neurol. 444, 369-386 (2002).
126. Laube, G., Seidenbecher, C. I., Richter, K., Dieterich, D. C., Hoffmann, B., Landwehr, M., Smalla, K. H., Winter, C., Böckers, T. M., Wolf, G., Gundelfinger, E. D., Kreutz, M. R.: The neuronspecific Ca2+ binding protein caldendrin: gene structure, splice isoforms, and expression in the rat central nervous system. Mol. Cell. Neurosci. 19, 459-475 (2002).
127. Roychowdhury, S., Luthe, A., Keilhoff, G., Wolf, G., Horn, T.F.W.: Oxidative stress in glial cultures: Detection by DAF2-fluorescence used as a tool to measure peroxynitrite rather than nitric oxide. Glia 38, 103-114 (2002).
128. Keilhoff, G., Fansa, H., Wolf, G.: Differences in peripheral nerve degeneration/regeneratio between wildtype and neuronal nitric oxide synthase knockout mice. J. Neurosci. Res. 68, 432-441 (2002).
129. Possel, H., Noack, H., Keilhoff, G., Wolf, G.: Life imaging of peroxynitrite in rat microglial and astroglial cells: Role of superoxide and antioxidant. Glia 38, 339-350 (2002).
130. Ebmeyer, U., Keilhoff, G., Wolf, G., Röse, W.: Strain specific differences in a cardiopulmonary resuscitation rat model. Resuscitation 53, 189-200 (2002).
131. Engelmann, M., Wolf, G., Horn, T.F.W.: Release patterns of excitatory and inhibitory amino acids within the hypothalamic supraoptic nucleus in response to direct nitric oxide administration during forced swimming in rats. Neurosci. Lett. 324, 252-254 (2002).
132. Fansa, H., Schneider, W., Wolf, G., Keilhoff, G.: Influence of insulinl-ike growth factorI (IGFI)on nerve autografts and tissue-engineered nerve grafts. Muscle and Nerve 26, 87-93 (2002).
133. Keilhoff, G., Wolf, G., Fansa, H.: NOSmediated
differences in peripheral nerve graft revascularization and regeneration. NeuroReport 13, 1463-1468 (2002).
134. Fansa, H., Schneider, W., Wolf, G., Keilhoff, G.: Host responses after acellular muscle basal lamina allografting used as matrix for tissue engineered nerve grafts. Transplantation 74, 381-387 (2002).
135. Keilhoff, G., Fansa, H., Wolf, G.: Neuronal nitric oxide synthase is the dominant nitric oxide supplier for the survival of dorsal root ganglia after peripheral nerve axotomy. J. Chem. Neuroanat. 24, 181-187 (2002).
136. Horn, T., Wolf, G., Duffy, S., Weiss, S., Keilhoff, G., MacVicar, B. A.: Nitric oxide promotes intracellular calcium release from mitochondria in striatal neurons. FASEB J. 16, 1611-1622 (2002).
137. Frerichs, O., Fansa, H., Schicht, C., Wolf, G., Schneider, W., Keilhoff, G.: Reconstruction of peripheral nerves using acellular nerve grafts with implanted cultured Schwann cells. Microsurgery 22, 311-315 (2002).
138. Keilhoff, G., Wolf, G.: Citrulline immunohistochemistry may not necessarily indentify nitric oxide synthase activity: the pitfall of peptidylarginine deiminase. Nitric Oxide 8, 31-38
(2003).
139. Roychowdhury, S., Wolf, G., Keilhoff, G., Horn, T.F.W.: Cytosolic and mitochondrial glutathione in microglial cells are differentially affected by oxidative/nitrosative stress. Nitric Oxide 8, 39-47 (2003).
140. Fansa, H., Dodic, T., Wolf, G., Schneider, W., Keilhoff, G.: Tissue engineering of peripheral nerves: Epineurial grafts with application of cultured Schwann cells. Microsurgery 23, 72-77 (2003).
141. Keilhoff, G., Stang, F., Wolf, G., Fansa, H.: Biocompatibility of type I/III collagen matrix for peripheral nerve reconstruction. Biomaterials 24, 2779-2787 (2003).
142. Dieterich, D. C., Landwehr, M., Reissner, C., Smalla, K.H., Richter, K., Wolf, G., Böckers, T.M., Gundelfinger, E.D., Kreutz, M.: Gliap – a novel untypical L-asparaginase localized to rat brain astrozytes. J. Neurochem. 85, 1117-1125 (2003).
143. Ückert, S., Stanarius, A., Stief, C. G., Wolf, G., Jonas, U., Machtens, S.: Immunocytochemical distribution of nitric oxide synthase in the human seminal vesicle: a light and electron microscopical study. Urol. Res. 31, 262-266 (2003).
144. Keilhoff, G., Fansa, H., Wolf, G.: Nitric oxide synthase, an essential factor in peripheral nerve regeneration. Cell. Mol. Biol. 49, 885-897 (2003).
145. Lorenz, P., Roychowdhury, S., Engelmann, M., Wolf, G., Horn,T.F.W.: Oxyresveratrol and resveratrol are potent antioxidants and free radical scavengers: effect on nitrosative and oxidative stress derived from microglial cells. Nitric Oxide 9, 64-76 (2003).
146. Calka, J., Wolf, G.: An ultrastructural demonstration of NADPH-diaphorase/nitric oxide synthase activity in the rat striatal astroglia. Folia Morphol.62, 251-253 (2003).
147. Wolf, G.: Our brains: transparency within bounds. Eur. Rev. 12, 35-44 (2004).
148. Engelmann, M., Wolf, G., Putzke, J., Bloom, F.E., Raber, J., Landgraf, R., Spina, M.G., Horn, T.F.W.: Nitric oxide is not involved in the control of vasopressin release during acute forced swimming in rats. Amino Acids, 26, 37-43 (2004).
149. Andrabi, S.A., Sayeed, I., Siemen, D., Wolf, G., Horn, T.F.W.: Direct inhibition of the mitochondrial permeabilitiy transition pore: a possible mechanism responsible for antiapoptotic effects of melatonin. FASEB J. 18, 869-871 (2004).
150. Keilhoff, G., Fansa, H., Wolf, G.: Neuronal NOS deficiency promotes apoptotic cell death of spinal cord neurons after peripheral nerve transection. Nitric Oxide 10, 101-111 (2004).
151. Keilhoff, G., Becker, A., Grecksch, G., Wolf, G., Bernstein, H.G.: Repeated application of ketamine to rats induces changes in the hippocampal expression of parvalbumin, neuronal nitric oxide synthase and cFOS similar to those found in human schizophrenia. Neuroscience 126, 591-598 (2004).
152. Dahlem, Y.A., Horn, T.F.W., Buntinas, L., Gonoi, T., Wolf, G., Siemen, D.: The human mitochondrial KATP channel is modulated by calcium and nitric oxide: a patchclamp approach. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1656, 46-56
(2004).
153. Keilhoff, G., Bernstein, H.G., Becker, A., Grecksch, G., Wolf, G.: Increased neurogenesis in a rat ketamine model of schizophrenia. Biol. Psychiatry 56, 317-322 (2004).
154. Andrabi, S. A., Spina, M., Lorenz, P., Ebmeyer, U., Wolf, G., Horn, T. F. W.:Oxyresveratrol (trans-2,3’, 4,5’-tetrahydroxystilbene) is neuroprotective and inhibits the apoptotic cell death in transient cerebral ischemia. Brain Res. 1017, 98-107 (2004).
155. Spina, M.G., Langnäse, K., Orlando, G.F., Horn, T.F.W., Rivier, J., Vale, W., Wolf, G., Engelmann, M.: Urocortin and neuronal nitric oxide synthase are colocalized in the supraoptic nucleus of the rat hypothalamus. J. Comp. Neurol. 479, 271-286 (2004).
156. Stang, F., Fansa, H., Wolf, G., Keilhoff, G.: Structural parameters of collagen nerve grafts influence peripheral nerve regeneration. Biomaterials 26, 3083-3091 (2005).
157. Stang, F., Fansa, H., Wolf, G., Keilhoff, G.: Collagen nerve conduits assessment of biocompatibility and axonal regeneration. Biomed. Mater. Eng. 15, 312 (2005).
158. Lorenz, P., Zeh, M., Martens-Lobenhoffer, J., Schmidt, H., Wolf, G., Horn, T.: Natural and newly synthesized hydroxy-1-arylisochromans: a class of potential antioxidants and radical scavengers. Free Radic. Res. 39, 535-545 (2005).
159. Goihl, A., Fansa, H., Langnäse, K., Wolf, G., Keilhoff, G.: Transdifferentiated Schwann cell-like rat bone marrow stromal cells regenerate peripheral nerves. Proceedings of the Euroglia. 91-95 (2005).
160. Rothe, F., Langnäse, K., Wolf, G.: New aspects of the location of neuronal nitric oxide synthase in the skeletal muscle: a light and electron microscopic study. Nitric Oxide 13, 21-35 (2005).
161. Richter, K., Wolf, G., Engelmann, M.: Social recognition memory requires two stages of protein synthesis in mice. Learn. Mem. 12, 407-413 (2005).
162. Keilhoff, G., Prätsch, F., Wolf, G., Schneider, W., Fansa, H.: Bridging extralarge defects of peripheral nerves: possibilities and limitations of alternative biological grafts from acellular muscle and Schwann cells. Tissue Eng. 11, 1004-1014 (2005).
163. Keilhoff, G., Becker, A., Grecksch, G., Bernstein, H.G.,
Wolf. G.: Cell proliferation is influenced by bulbectomy and normalized by imipramine treatment in a regionspecific manner. Neuropsychopharmacology. 
1-12 (2005).

164. Schröter, A., Andrabi, S.A., Wolf, G., Horn, T.F.W.: Nitric oxide applications prior and simultaneous to potentially excitotoxic NMDA-evoked calcium transients: cell death or survival. Brain Res. 1060, 1-15, (2005).

165. Schild, L., Jaroscakova, I., Lendeckel, U., Wolf, G., Keilhoff, G.: Neuronal nitric oxide synthase controls enzyme activity pattern of mitochondria and lipid metabolism. FASEB 20, 145-147 (2006).

166. Breuer, C., Wolf, G., Andrabi, S.A., Lorenz, P., Horn, T.F.: Blood-brain barrier permeability to the neuroprotectant oxyresveratrol. Neurosci. Lett. 393, 113-118 (2006).
167. Schild, L., Jaroscakova I., Lendeckel, U., Wolf, G., Keilhoff, G.: Neuronal nitric oxide synthase controls enzyme activity pattern of mitochondria and lipid metabolism. FASEB 20, 145-147 (2006).
168. Keilhoff, G., Goihl, A., Langnäse, K., Fansa, H., Wolf, G.: Transdifferentiation of mesenchymal stem cells into Schwann cell-ike myelinating cells. Eur. J. Cell Biol. 85, 11-24 (2006).
169. Dahlem, Y.A., Wolf, G., Siemen, D., Horn, T.: Combined modulation of the mitochondrial ATP-dependent potassium channel and the permeability transition pore causes prolongation of the biphasic calcium dynamics. Cell Calcium. 39, 387-400 (2006).
170. Roychowdhury, S., Noack, J., Engelmann, M., Wolf, G., Horn, T.: AMPA receptor-induced intracellular calcium response in the paraventricular nucleus is modulated by nitric oxide: Calcium imaging in a hypothalamic organotypic cell culture model. Nitric Oxide 14, 290-299 (2006).
171. Keilhoff, G., Goihl, A., Langnäse, K., Fansa, H., Wolf, G.: Transdifferentiation of mesenchymal stem cells into Schwann cell-like myelinating cells. Eur. J. Cell Biol. 85, 11-24 (2006).
172. Lacza, Z., Koslov, A.V., Pankotai, E., Csordas, A., Wolf, G, Redl, H., Kollai, M., Szabo, C., Busija, D.W., Horn T.H.: Mitochondria produce reactive nitrogen species via an arginine-independent pathway. Free Radic. Res. 40, 369-378 (2006).
173. Keilhoff, G., Becker, A., Grecksch, G., Bernstein, H.G.,
Wolf, G.: Cell proliferation is influenced by bulbectomy and normalized by imipramine treatment in a region-specific manner. Neuropsychopharmacology 31, 165-176 (2006).
174.Orlando, G., Langnäse, K., Landgraf, R., Spina, M., Wolf, G., Engelmann, M.: Neural nitric oxide gene inactivation affects the release profile of oxytocin into the blood in response to forced swimming. Nitric Oxide 16, 64-70 (2007).
175. Langnäse, K., Richter, K., Smalla, K.H., Krauss, M., Thomas, U., Wolf, G.,Laube, G.: Splice-isoform specific immunolocalization of neuronal nitric oxide synthase in mouse and rat brain reveals that the PDZ-complex-building nNOSa b-finger is largely exposed to antibodies. Develop. Neurobiol. 67, 422-437 (2007).
176. Putzke, J., Spina, M., Büchler, J., Kovar, K.A.,
Wolf, G., Smalla, K.H.: The effects of p-chloroamphetamine,
methamphetamine and 3,4-methylene-dioxymethamphetamine
(ecstasy) on the gene expression of cytoskeletal proteins in the rat brain. Addiction Biology 12, 69-80 (2007).
177. Waldkirch, E.S., Ückert, S., Langnäse, K., Richter, K., Jonas, U., Wolf, G., Andersson, K.E., Stief, C.G., Hedlund, P.: Immunohistochemical Distribution of cyclic GMP-dependent protein kinase-1 in human prostate tissue. Eur. Urol. 52, 495-502 (2007).
178. Keilhoff, G., Langnäse, K., Wolf, G., Fansa, H.: Inhibiting effect of minocycline on the regeneration of peripheral nerves. Dev. Neurobiol. 67, 1382-1395 (2007).
179. Fatima, A., Haroon, F., Wolf, G., Engelmann, M., Spina, M.: Reduced urocortin-1 immunoreactivity in the non-preganglionic Edinger-Westphal nucleus during late pregnancy in rats. Regul. Pept. 143, 34-38 (2007).
180. Haroon, M. F., Fatima, A., Scholer, S., Gieseler, A., Horn, T. F., Kirches, E., Wolf, G., Kreutzmann, P.: Minocycline, a possible neuroprotective agent in Leber's hereditary optic neuropathy (LHON): Studies of cybrid cells bearing 11778 mutation. Neurobiol. Dis. 28, 237-250 (2007).
181. Kupsch, K., Parvez, S., Siemen, D., Wolf, G.: Modulation of the permeability transition pore by inhibition of the mitochondrial K-ATP channel in liver vs. brain mitochondria. J. Membrane Biol. 215, 69-74 (2007).
182. Orlando , G., Langnäse, K., Schulz, C., Wolf, G., Engelmann, M.: Neuronal nitric oxide synthase gene inactivation reduces the expression of vasopressin in the hypothalamic paraventricular nucleus and of catecholamine biosynthetic enzymes in the adrenal gland of the mouse. Stress 11, 42-51 (2007).
183. Orlando, G., Wolf, G., Engelmann, M.: Role of neuronal nitric oxide synthase in the regulation of the neuroendocrine stress response in rodents: insights from mutant mice. Amino Acids 35, 17-27 (2008).
184. Waldkirch, E., Uckert, S., Sigl, K., Impkamp, F., Langnaese, K., Richter, K., Jonas, U., Sohn, M., Stief, C., Wolf, G., Hedlund, P.: Expression and distribution of cyclic GMP-dependent protein kinase-1 isoforms in human penile erectile tissue. J. Sex. Med. 5, 536-543 (2008).
185. Gieseler, A., Schultze, A.T., Kupsch, K., Haroon, M. F., Wolf, G., Siemen, D., Kreutzmann, P.: Inhibitory modulation of the mitochondrial permeability transition by minocycline. Biochem. Pharmacol. 77, 888-896 (2009).
186. Kupsch, K., Hertel, S., Kreutzmann, P., Wolf, G., Wallesch, C.W., Siemen, D., Schönfeld, P.: Impairment of mitochondrial function by minocycline. FEBS Journal 276, 1729-1738 (2009).
187. Fatima, A., Haroon. M.F., Wolf, G., Engelmann, M., Spina, M.G.: Urocortin-1-administered into the hypothalamic supraoptic nucleus affects openfield behavior in rats. Amino Acids 38, 1407-1414 (2010).
188. Kreutzmann, P., Wolf, G., Kupsch, K.: Minocycline recovers MTT-formazan exocytosis impaired by amyloid beta peptide. Cell. Mol. Neurobiol. 30, 979-984 (2010).
189. Fatima A., Andrabi S., Wolf G., Engelmann M., Spina MG.: Urocortin 1-administered into the hypothalamic supraoptic nucleus inhibits food intake in freely fed and food-deprived rats.
Amino Acids 44, 879-885 (2013).





    

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