Katharina Grave

cand. med.

Katharina Grave

Department of Internal Medicine/Nephrology, UKD






Member of the IRTG 1902 since:September 2014
MD research project:Mas Deficiency Aggravates Atherogenesis Through a NO Mediated Mechanism in Apolipoprotein E-Deficient Mice
Supervisor:

Prof. Dr. Lars Christian Rump/PD Johannes Stegbauer

Department of Internal Medicine/Nephrology, Heinrich-Heine-University

2nd Supervisor

Prof. Dr. Martina Krüger

Institute of Cardiovascular Physiology

Individual publications

Thieme M, Sivritas SH, Mergia E, Potthoff SA, Yang G, Hering L, Grave K, Hoch H, Rump LC, Stegbauer J. Phosphodiesterase 5 inhibition ameliorates angiotensin ii-dependent hypertension and renal vascular dysfunction. American journal of physiology. Renal physiology. 2017:ajprenal 00376 02016.

Hammer A, Yang G, Friedrich J, Kovacs A, Lee DH, Grave K, Jörg S, Alenina N, Grosch J, Winkler J, Gold R, Bader M, Manzel A, Rump LC, Müller DN, Linker RA, Stegbauer J. Role of the receptor Mas in macrophagemediated inflammation in vivo. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2016, 113(49):14109-14114.

Potthoff SA, Stamer S, Grave K, Konigshausen E, Sivritas SH, Thieme M, Mori Y, Woznowski M, Rump LC, Stegbauer J. Chronic p38 mitogen-activated protein kinase inhibition improves vascular function and remodeling in angiotensin ii-dependent hypertension. Journal of the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system: JRAAS. 2016;17(3).

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