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Demographic and procedural characteristics in the RECording COurses of vasculaR Diseases (RECCORD) registry - the first 1000 patients.

Nasser Malyar, Jürgen Stausberg, Ralf Langhoff, Federico Tatò, Christoph Kalka, Wulf D Ito, Jens Böhme, Jawed Arjumand, Jens Stegemann, Holger Lawall, Sebastian Schellong, Michael Lichtenberg, Ulrich Hoffmann,

<i>Background:</i> The RECcording COurses of vasculaR Diseases (RECCORD) registry established by the German Society of Angiology - Society for Vascular Medicine aimed to address the lack in contemporary real-world data regarding current practice of medical and interventional care in vascular patients. We herein report the demographic and procedural characteristics of ... Read more >>

Vasa (VASA. Zeitschrift fur Gefasskrankheiten)
[2020, 49(5):382-388]

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Rationale and design of the RECording COurses of vasculaR Diseases registry (RECCORD registry).

Nasser M Malyar, Jürgen Stausberg, Wulf D Ito, Heinz Kölble, Ralf Langhoff, Holger Lawall, Michael Lichtenberg, Jens Stegemann, Marcus Treitl, Norbert Weiss, Ulrich Hoffmann,

<h4>Background</h4>The prevalence of peripheral artery disease (PAD) is increasing worldwide. Revascularization procedures constitute a cornerstone of the therapy in PAD, not only in critical limb ischaemia but increasingly also in patients with intermittent claudication. The German Society of Angiology - Society for Vascular Medicine is establishing a nationwide, prospective, multicentre ... Read more >>

Vasa (VASA. Zeitschrift fur Gefasskrankheiten)
[2017, 46(4):262-267]

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[Drug-Coated Balloons and Stents for the Treatment of Femoro-Popliteal Lesions].

Wulf D Ito,

Dtsch Med Wochenschr (Deutsche medizinische Wochenschrift (1946))
[2017, 142(15):1093-1096]

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Differential impact of diabetes mellitus type II and arterial hypertension on collateral artery growth and concomitant macrophage accumulation.

Wulf D Ito, Natalie Lund, Hendrik Sager, Wiebke Becker, Ulrich Wenzel,

<h4>Background</h4>Diabetes mellitus type II and arterial hypertension are major risk factors for peripheral arterial disease and have been considered to reduce collateral growth (arteriogenesis). Collateral growth proceeds through different stages. Vascular proliferation and macrophage accumulation are hallmarks of early collateral growth.<h4>Material and methods</h4>We here compare the impact of arterial hypertension ... Read more >>

Vasa (VASA. Zeitschrift fur Gefasskrankheiten)
[2015, 44(1):31-41]

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Increased osteoclastogenesis in mice lacking the carcinoembryonic antigen-related cell adhesion molecule 1.

Timo Heckt, Thomas Bickert, Anke Jeschke, Sebastian Seitz, Jochen Schulze, Wulf D Ito, Wolfgang Zimmermann, Michael Amling, Thorsten Schinke, Andrea Kristina Horst, Johannes Keller,

Alterations in bone remodeling are a major public health issue, as therapeutic options for widespread bone disorders such as osteoporosis and tumor-induced osteolysis are still limited. Therefore, a detailed understanding of the regulatory mechanism governing bone cell differentiation in health and disease are of utmost clinical importance. Here we report ... Read more >>

PLoS One (PloS one)
[2014, 9(12):e114360]

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Acceleration of collateral development by carcinoembryonic antigen-related cell adhesion molecule 1 expression on CD11b/⁺Gr-1⁺ myeloid cells--brief report.

Thomas Bickert, Robert Percy Marshall, Ziyang Zhang, Peter Ludewig, Mascha Binder, Anna Klinke, Wolfgang Rottbauer, Michael Amling, Christoph Wagener, Wulf D Ito, Andrea Kristina Horst,

<h4>Objective</h4>Previously, we demonstrated the relevance for endothelial carcinoembryonic antigen-related cell adhesion molecule 1 (CEACAM1) expression in collateral formation. However, a proarteriogenic role for CEACAM1(+) myeloid cells is unknown. Here, we investigated the contribution of CEACAM1(+) myeloid cells on collateral formation.<h4>Methods and results</h4>Collateral growth and vascular remodeling were analyzed in CEACAM1-competent ... Read more >>

Arterioscler Thromb Vasc Biol (Arteriosclerosis, thrombosis, and vascular biology)
[2012, 32(11):2566-2568]

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The role of single cell derived vascular resident endothelial progenitor cells in the enhancement of vascularization in scaffold-based skin regeneration.

Ziyang Zhang, Wulf D Ito, Ursula Hopfner, Björn Böhmert, Mathias Kremer, Ann K Reckhenrich, Yves Harder, Natalie Lund, Charli Kruse, Hans-Günther Machens, José T Egaña,

Increasing evidence suggests that vascular resident endothelial progenitor cells (VR-EPCs) are present in several organs, playing an important role in postnatal neovascularization. Here, we isolated and characterized VR-EPCs from cardiac tissue in vitro, evaluating their regenerative potential in vivo. VR-EPCs showed to be highly clonogenic and expressed several stem and ... Read more >>

Biomaterials (Biomaterials)
[2011, 32(17):4109-4117]

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Vimentin expression influences flow dependent VASP phosphorylation and regulates cell migration and proliferation.

Natalie Lund, Daniel Henrion, Petra Tiede, Marina Ziche, Heribert Schunkert, Wulf D Ito,

The cytoskeleton plays a central role for the integration of biochemical and biomechanical signals across the cell required for complex cellular functions. Recent studies indicate that the intermediate filament vimentin is necessary for endothelial cell morphogenesis e.g. in the context of leukocyte transmigration. Here, we present evidence, that the scaffold ... Read more >>

Biochem Biophys Res Commun (Biochemical and biophysical research communications)
[2010, 395(3):401-406]

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CEACAM1+ myeloid cells control angiogenesis in inflammation.

Andrea K Horst, Thomas Bickert, Nancy Brewig, Peter Ludewig, Nico van Rooijen, Udo Schumacher, Nicole Beauchemin, Wulf D Ito, Bernhard Fleischer, Christoph Wagener, Uwe Ritter,

Local inflammation during cutaneous leishmaniasis is accompanied by accumulation of CD11b(+) cells at the site of the infection. A functional role for these monocytic cells in local angiogenesis in leishmaniasis has not been described so far. Here, we show that CD11b(+) cells express high levels of the myeloid differentiation antigen ... Read more >>

Blood (Blood)
[2009, 113(26):6726-6736]

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Heparins increase endothelial nitric oxide bioavailability by liberating vessel-immobilized myeloperoxidase.

Stephan Baldus, Volker Rudolph, Mika Roiss, Wulf D Ito, Tanja K Rudolph, Jason P Eiserich, Karsten Sydow, Denise Lau, Katalin Szöcs, Anna Klinke, Lukas Kubala, Lars Berglund, Sonja Schrepfer, Tobias Deuse, Munif Haddad, Tim Risius, Hanno Klemm, Hermann C Reichenspurner, Thomas Meinertz, Thomas Heitzer,

<h4>Background</h4>Neutrophils and monocytes are centrally linked to vascular inflammatory disease, and leukocyte-derived myeloperoxidase (MPO) has emerged as an important mechanistic participant in impaired vasomotor function. MPO binds to and transcytoses endothelial cells in a glycosaminoglycan-dependent manner, and MPO binding to the vessel wall is a prerequisite for MPO-dependent oxidation of ... Read more >>

Circulation (Circulation)
[2006, 113(15):1871-1878]

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Vascular wall resident progenitor cells: a source for postnatal vasculogenesis.

Elvin Zengin, Fariba Chalajour, Ursula M Gehling, Wulf D Ito, Hendrik Treede, Heidrun Lauke, Joachim Weil, Hermann Reichenspurner, Nerbil Kilic, Süleyman Ergün,

Here, we report the existence of endothelial precursor (EPC) and stem cells in a distinct zone of the vascular wall that are capable to differentiate into mature endothelial cells, hematopoietic and local immune cells, such as macrophages. This zone has been identified to be localized between smooth muscle and adventitial ... Read more >>

Development (Development (Cambridge, England))
[2006, 133(8):1543-1551]

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Tissue resident cells play a dominant role in arteriogenesis and concomitant macrophage accumulation.

Eugen Khmelewski, Aileen Becker, Thomas Meinertz, Wulf D Ito,

Collateral growth is characterized by macrophage accumulation, suggesting an important role of circulating cells. To study origin and function of macrophages during arteriogenesis, we related the extent of macrophage accumulation to vascular proliferation and investigated the fate of fluorescently (CMFDA) labeled blood cells that were injected at the time of ... Read more >>

Circ Res (Circulation research)
[2004, 95(6):E56-64]

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Biopanning of single-chain antibodies expressing phages reveals distinct expression patterns of angiogenic and arteriogenic vessels.

Anna Mazur, Andrea Deylig, Wolfgang Schaper, Thomas Meinertz, Wulf D Ito,

"Therapeutic angiogenesis" requires targeted delivery of growth factors for maximal benefit and limitation of potential hazards such as enhancement of tumor or plaque angiogenesis. Physiological distinctions between angiogenesis and collateral growth suggest the possibility of targeting selectively collateral endothelium. This article describes the generation of collateral-targeting single-chain antibodies (scFv). Membrane ... Read more >>

Endothelium (Endothelium : journal of endothelial cell research)
[2003, 10(4-5):277-284]

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Why we need arteriogenesis research.

Wulf D Ito,

Endothelium (Endothelium : journal of endothelial cell research)
[2003, 10(4-5):193-195]

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Collateral arteries grow from preexisting anastomoses in the rat hindlimb.

Sandra Herzog, Hendrik Sager, Eugen Khmelevski, Andrea Deylig, Wulf D Ito,

Previous findings have suggested that collateral arteries grow from preexisting arteriolar anastomoses ("arteriogenesis"). To investigate whether collateral growth occurs without preceding angiogenesis, we obtained vascular casts and postmortem angiographies 3, 7, and 21 days after unilateral femoral artery occlusion in the rat. Proliferation kinetics were determined after 5'-bromo-2'-desoxyuridin infusion. A ... Read more >>

Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol (American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology)
[2002, 283(5):H2012-20]

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Proteome analysis of migrating versus nonmigrating rat heart endothelial cells reveals distinct expression patterns.

Natalie Obermeyer, Nina Janson, Juliane Bergmann, Friedrich Buck, Wulf D Ito,

Migration of endothelial cells plays an important role during angiogenesis and the late remodeling phase of arteriogenesis. To investigate mechanisms responsible for cell migration, the authors subcloned a rat heart endothelial cell line (RHE) into a migrating and a nonmigrating cell line (RHE-A and RHE-neg, respectively). Both cell lines form ... Read more >>

Endothelium (Endothelium : journal of endothelial cell research)
[2003, 10(3):167-178]

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Tissue macrophages: "satellite cells" for growing collateral vessels? A hypothesis.

Wulf D Ito, Eugen Khmelevski,

It has been demonstrated in several studies that collateral growth is associated with accumulation of macrophages around proliferating vessel. Macrophages are known to secrete vascular growth factors and metalloproteinases. Both are necessary for the development of a proper vasculature. Recent studies suggest that certain subpopulations of macrophages are also capable ... Read more >>

Endothelium (Endothelium : journal of endothelial cell research)
[2003, 10(4-5):233-235]

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