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Boels MGS, Koudijs A, Avramut MC, Sol WMPJ, Wang G, van Oeveren-Rietdijk AM, van Zonneveld AJ, de Boer HC, van der Vlag J, van Kooten C, Eulberg D, van den Berg BM, IJpelaar DHT, Rabelink TJ.
Systemic Monocyte Chemotactic Protein-1 Inhibition Modifies Renal Macrophages and Restores Glomerular Endothelial Glycocalyx and Barrier Function in Diabetic Nephropathy.
Am J Pathol. 2017.
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Devarapu SK, Kumar Vr S, Rupanagudi KV, Kulkarni OP, Eulberg D, Klussmann S, Anders HJ.
Dual blockade of the pro-inflammatory chemokine CCL2 and the homeostatic chemokine CXCL12 is as effective as high dose cyclophosphamide in murine proliferative lupus nephritis.
Clin Immunol. 2016.
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Menne J, Eulberg D, Beyer D, Baumann M, Saudek F, Valkusz Z, Więcek A, Haller H.
C-C motif-ligand 2 inhibition with emapticap pegol (NOX-E36) in type 2 diabetic patients with albuminuria.
Nephrol Dial Transplant. 2016.
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Kalnins A, Thomas MN, Andrassy M, Müller S, Wagner A, Pratschke S, Rentsch M, Klussmann S, Kauke T, Angele MK, Bazhin AV, Fischereder M, Werner J, Guba M, Andrassy J.
Spiegelmer Inhibition of MCP-1/CCR2 - Potential as an Adjunct Immunosuppressive Therapy in Transplantation.
Scand J Immunol. 2015, 82(2), 102.
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Oberthür D, Achenbach J, Gabdulkhakov A, Buchner K, Maasch C, Falke S, Rehders D, Klussmann S, Betzel C.
Crystal structure of a mirror-image L-RNA aptamer (Spiegelmer) in complex with the natural L-protein target CCL2.
Nature Commun. 2015, 6, 6923.
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Haller H, Menne J, Baumann M, Eulberg D.
CCL2 Inhibition with Emapticap Pegol (NOX-E36) in Type 2 Diabetic Patients with Albuminuria.

ISN World Congress of Nephrology
2015, Cape Town

Ehling J, Bartneck M, Wei X, Gremse F, Fech V, Möckel D, Baeck C, Hittatiya K, Eulberg D, Luedde T, Kiessling F, Trautwein C, Lammers T, Tacke F.
CCL2-dependent infiltrating macrophages promote angiogenesis in progressive liver fibrosis.

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Baeck C, Wei X, Bartneck M, Fech V, Heymann F, Gassler N, Hittatiya K, Eulberg D, Luedde T, Trautwein C, Tacke F.
Pharmacological inhibition of the chemokine C-C motif chemokine ligand 2 (monocyte chemoattractant protein 1) accelerates liver fibrosis regression by suppressing Ly-6C+ macrophage infiltration in mice.

2014,59(3), 1060-72.
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Baeck C, Wehr A, Karlmark KR, Heymann F, Vucur M, Gassler N, Huss S, Klussmann S, Eulberg D, Luedde T, Trautwein C, Tacke F.
Pharmacological inhibition of the chemokine CCL2 (MCP-1) diminishes liver macrophage infiltration and steatohepatitis in chronic hepatic injury.
GUT 2012, Vol. 61(3), 416-26.
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Darisipudi MN, Kulkarni OP, Sayyed SG, Ryu M, Migliorini A, Sagrinati C, Parente E, Vater A, Eulberg D, Klussmann S, Romagnani P, Anders HJ.
Dual Blockade of the Homeostatic Chemokine CXCL12 and the Proinflammatory Chemokine CCL2 Has Additive Protective Effects on Diabetic Kidney Disease.
Am J Pathol. 2011, Vol. 179(1), 116-24.
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Sayyed, S. G., Gaikwad, A. B., Lichtnekert, J., Kulkarni, O. P., Eulberg, D., Klussmann, S., Tikoo, K. & Anders, H.-J.
Progessive glomerulosclerosis in type 2 diabetes is associated with renal histone H3K9 and H3K23 acetylation, H3K4 dimethylation and phosphorylation at serine 10.
Nephrol. Dial. Transplant. 2010, Vol. 25(6), 1811-7.
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Sayyed, S. G., Hägele, H., Kulkarni, O. P., Endlich, K., Segerer, S., Eulberg, D., Klussmann, S., & Anders, H.-J.
Podocytes produce homeostatic chemokine stromal cell-derived factor-1/CXCL12, which contributes to glomerulosclerosis, podocyte loss and albuminuria in a mouse model of type 2 diabetes.
Diabetologia 2009, Vol. 52(11), 2445-2454.
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Clauss, S., Gross, O., Kulkarni, O., Avila-Ferrufino, A., Radomska, E., Segerer, S., Eulberg, D., Klussmann, S., & Anders, H.-J.
Ccl2/Mcp-1 blockade reduces glomerular and interstitial macrophages but does not ameliorate renal pathology in collagen4A3-deficient mice with autosomal recessive Alport nephropathy.
J. Pathol. 2009, Vol. 218(1), 40-47.
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Kulkarni, O., Eulberg, D., Selve, N., Zöllner, S., Allam, R., Pawar, R. D., Pfeiffer, S., Segerer, S., Klussmann, S., & Anders, H.-J.
Anti-Ccl2 Spiegelmer permits 75% dose reduction of cyclophosphamide to control diffuse proliferative lupus nephritis and pneumonitis in MRL-Fas(lpr) mice.

J. Pharmacol. Exp. Ther. 2009, Vol. 328(2), 371-377.
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Maasch, C., Buchner, K., Eulberg, D., Vonhoff, S. & Klussmann, S.
Physicochemical stability of NOX-E36, a 40mer L‑RNA (Spiegelmer) for therapeutic applications.
Nucleic Acids Symp.Ser. 2008, No. 52, 61-62.
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Ninichuk, V., Clauss, S., Kulkarni, O., Schmid, H., Segerer, S., Radomska, E., Eulberg, D., Buchner, K., Selve, N., Klussmann, S., & Anders, H.-J.
Late onset of Ccl2 blockade with the Spiegelmer mNOX-E36-3'PEG prevents glomerulosclerosis and improves glomerular filtration rate in db/db mice.
Am. J. Pathol. 2008, Vol. 172(3), 628-637.
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Eulberg, D., Purschke, W., Anders, H.-J., Selve, N. & Klussmann, S.
Spiegelmer NOX-E36 for Renal Diseases.

Therapeutic Oligonucleotides 2008, Ed. Jens Kurreck, Biomolecular Sciences Series of the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC).

Kulkarni, O., Pawar, R. D., Purschke, W., Eulberg, D., Selve, N., Buchner, K., Ninichuk, V., Segerer, S., Vielhauer, V., Klußmann, S., & Anders, H.-J.
Spiegelmer inhibition of CCL2/MCP-1 ameliorates lupus nephritis in MRL-(Fas)lpr mice.
J. Am. Soc. Nephrol. 2007, Vol. 18, 2350-2358.
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