Former Associated Research Group - Weih/Hänold (until 2017)



  • RelB contributes to the survival, migration and lymphomagenesis of B cells with constitutively active CD40 signaling.
    Kuhn LB, Valentin S, Stojanovic K, Strobl DC, Babushku T, Wang Y, Rambold U, Scheffler L, Grath S, John-Robbert D, Blum H, Feuchtinger A, Blutke A, Weih F, Kitamura D, Rad R, Strobl LJ, Zimber-Strobl U
    Front Immunol 2022, 13, 913275


  • Stimulation of Non-canonical NF-κB Through Lymphotoxin-β-Receptor Impairs Myogenic Differentiation and Regeneration of Skeletal Muscle.
    Schmidt M, Weidemann A, Poser C, Bigot A, von Maltzahn J
    Front Cell Dev Biol 2021, 9, 721543
  • Correction: Dietary restriction improves repopulation but impairs lymphoid differentiation capacity of hematopoietic stem cells in early aging.
    Tang D, Tao S, Chen Z, Koliesnik IO, Calmes PG, Hoerr V, Han B, Gebert N, Zörnig M, Löffler B, Morita Y, Rudolph KL
    J Exp Med 2021, 218(1)


  • Identification of Undescribed Relb Expression Domains in the Murine Brain by New Relb:cre-katushka Reporter Mice.
    Engelmann C, Riemann M, Carlstedt S, Grimlowski R, Andreas N, Koliesnik I, Meier E, Austerfield P, Haenold R
    Dev Dyn 2020, 249(8), 983-97


  • RelB Deficiency in Dendritic Cells Protects from Autoimmune Inflammation Due to Spontaneous Accumulation of Tissue T Regulatory Cells.
    Andreas* N, Potthast* M, Geiselhöringer AL, Garg G, de Jong R, Riewaldt J, Russkamp D, Riemann M, Girard JP, Blank S, Kretschmer K, Schmidt-Weber C, Korn T, Weih F, Ohnmacht C
    J Immunol 2019, 203(10), 2602-13 * equal contribution