Burkhart Bromm

Publications (selection)

Numbers corresponding publication list

  1. Membrane Physiology

    • Bromm B and Frankenhaeuser B (9)

      Numerical calculation of the response in the myelinated nerve to short symmetrical double pulses. Pflügers Arch. 229, 357-363 (1968)

    • Bromm B (16)

      Sodium inward rectification and repetitive activity in the nodal membrane. (Natrium-Gleichrichtung und repetitive Aktivität der Schnürringmembran). Habilitationsschrift für Physiologie an der Medizinische Fakultät Kiel (1969)

    • Bromm B and Frankenhaeuser B (22)

      Repetitive discharge of the excitable membrane computed on the basis of voltage clamp data for the node of Ranvier. Pflügers Arch. 332, 21-27 (1972)

    • Bromm B, Schwarz JR, Ochs G (75)

      A quantitative analysis of combined potential and current clamp experiments on the single myelinated nerve fibre of Rana esculenta J. Theoret. Neurobiol. 1, 120 133 (1981)

  2. Receptor Physiology

    • Bromm B, Hensel H, Tagmat A (36)

      The electrosensibility of the isolated ampulla of Lorenzini in the dogfish. J. Comp. Physiol. 111, 127 136 (1976)

    • Bromm B and Tagmat A (46)

      Regression analysis of non stationary discharges in neurons; adaptation in the electrosensory afferent of dogfish. Biol. Cybernetics 28, 41 49 (1977)

    • Akoev GN, Andianov RG, Szabo T, Bromm, B (255/256)

      Neuropharmacological analysis of synaptic transmission in the Lorenzinian ampulla of the skate Raja clavata. J Comp Physiol A 168, 639-646, 647 - 652 (1991)

  3. Nociception

    • Bromm B, Scharein E (82)

      Response plasticity of pain evoked reactions in man. Physiol. Behavior 28, 109 116 (1982)

    • Bromm B, Neitzel H, Tecklenburg A, Treede RD (96)

      Evoked cerebral potential correlates of C fibre activity in man. Neurosci. Letters 43, 109 114 (1983)

    • Bromm B, Meyer W, Scharein E (95)

      Antagonism between tilidine and naloxone on cerebral potentials and pain ratings in man. Europ. J. Pharmacol. 87, 431 440 (1983)

    • Chen CAN, Treede RD, Bromm B (145)

      Tonic pain inhibits phasic pain: Evoked cerebral potential correlates in man. Psychiatry Research 14, 343 351 (1985)

    • Bromm B, Meier W, Scharein E (161)

      Imipramine reduces experimental pain. Pain 25, 245 257 (1986)

    • Kochs E, Treede RD, Schulte am Esch J, Bromm B (248)

      Modulation of pain-related somatosensory evoked potentials by general anesthesia. Anest Analg 71, 225 230 (1990)

    • Bromm, B, Scharein E, Darsow U, Ring J (344)

      Effects of menthol and cold on histamine-induced itch and skin reactions in man. Neurosci. Lett. 187, 157-160 (1995)

    • Kochs E, Scharein E, Möllenberg O, Bromm B. (364)

      Analgesic efficacy of low dose ketamine. Somatosensory evoked responses in relation to subjective pain ratings. Anesthesiol. 86, 304 - 314 (1996)

    • Lorenz J, Beck H, Bromm B (379)

      Cognitive performance, mood and experimental pain before and during morphine-induced analgesia in patients with chronic non malignant pain. Pain 73, 369 -375 (1997).

    • Reinert A, Treede RD, Bromm B (459)

      The pain inhibiting pain effect: An electrophysiological study in humans. Brain Research 862, 103 - 110 (2000).

    • Darsow U, Scharein E, Simon D, Walter G, Bromm B, Ring J (501)

      New aspects of itch pathophysiology: Component analysis of atopic itch using the Eppendorf Itch Questionnaire. Int. Arch. Allergy Immunol. 124, 326-2331 (2001).

    • Detsch O, Kochs E, Siemers M, Bromm B, Vahle-Hinz C (517)

      Increased responsiveness of cortical neurons in contrast to thalamic neurons during isoflurane-induced EEG bursts in rats. Neurosci. Letters 317, 9-12 (2002).

  4. Brain Imaging of Pain Processing

    • Bromm B and Scharein E (81)

      Principal component analysis of pain related cerebral potentials to mechanical and electrical stimulation in man. Electroenceph. clin. Neurophysiol. 53, 94 103 (1982)

    • Bromm B (109)

      Pain-related components in the cerebral potential. Experimental and multivariate statistical approaches. In: Bromm B (ed) Pain Measurement in Man: Neurophysiological Correlates of Pain. pp 257 - 291. Elsevier Press, Amsterdam (1984).

    • Bromm B (148)

      Neurophysiologische Korrelate des Schmerzes beim Menschen. In: Bromm B und Lübbers DW (eds) Physiologie Aktuell Vol I: Hauptvorträge der Tagungen der Deutschen Physiologischen Gesellschaft, Dortmund 1984. Gustav Fischer Verlag Stuttgart, 105 - 125 (1986).

    • Bromm B, Meier W, Scharein E (231)

      Pre-stimulus/post-stimulus relations in EEG spectra and their modulations by an opioid and an antidepressant. Electroenceph clin Neurophysiol 73, 188 197 (1989)

    • Bromm B, Frieling A, Lankers J (258)

      Laser-evoked potentials in patients with dissociated loss of pain and temperature sensibility. Electroenceph clin Neurophysiol 80, 284-291 (1991)

    • Treede RD, Lankers J, Frieling A, Zangemeister WH, Kunze K, Bromm B (268)

      Cerebral potentials evoked by painful laser stimuli in patients with syringomyelia. Brain 114, 1595-1607 (1991)

    • Tarkka IM, Treede RD, Bromm B (289)

      Sensory and movement related cortical potentials in nociceptive and auditory reaction time tasks. Acta Neurol Scand 86, 359-364 (1992)

    • Bromm B and Chen ACN (336)

      Brain electrical source analysis of laser-evoked potentials in response to painful trigeminal nerve stimulation. Electroencephal. Clin. Neurophysiol. 95, 14-26 (1995)

    • Kazarians H, Scharein E, Bromm B (337)

      Laser-evoked brain potentials in response to painful trigeminal nerve activation. Int. J. Neurosci. 81, 111-122 (1995)

    • Bromm B (339)

      Consciousness, Pain, and the EEG. In: Bromm B and Desmedt J (eds), Pain and the Brain. Raven Press NY, pp 35 - 59 (1995)

    • Treede RD, Apkarian AV, Bromm B, Greenspan JD, Lenz FA (460)

      Cortical representation of pain: Functional characterization of nociceptive areas near the lateral sulcus. Pain 87, 113 - 119 (2000)

    • Bromm B, Scharein E, Vahle-Hinz C (461)

      Cortex areas involved in the processing of normal and altered pain. Progress in Brain Research 129, 289 - 302 (2000)

    • Nakamura Y, Paur R, Zimmermann R, Bromm, B (508)

      Attentional modulation of human pain processing in the secondary somatosensory cortex: A magnetoencephalographic study. Neurosci. Lett. 328, 29 - 32 (2002)

    • Büchel C, Bornhovd K, Quante M, Glauche V, Bromm B, Weiller C (511)

      Dissociable neural responses related to pain intensity, stimulus intensity, and stimulus awareness within the anterior cingulate cortex: a parametric single-trial functional magnetic resonance imaging study. J. Neurosci 22, 970-976 (2002)

    • Bingel U, Quante M, Knab R, Bromm B, Weiller C, Büchel C (523)

      Single trial fMRI reveals significant contralateral bias in response to laser pain within thalamus and somatosensory cortices. NeuroImage 18, 740-748 (2003)

    • Bromm B (528)

      The involvement of the posterior cingulate cortex in phasic pain processing. Neurosci. Lett. 361, 245-249 (2004)

    • Lorenz J, Hauck M, Paur R, Nakamura Y, Zimmermann R, Bromm B, Engel A (532)

      Cortical correlates of false expectations during pain intensity judgements - a possible manifestation of placebo/nocebo cognitions. Brain, Behavior and Immunity 19, 283 - 295 (2005)

    • Hauck M, Bischoff P, Schmidt G, Zimmermann R, Lorenz J, Bromm B (535)

      Clonidine effects on pain evoked SII activity in humans. Eur. J. Pain. 10, 757-765 (2006)

  5. Books, Chapters, and Invited Reviews

    • Bromm B ed (107)

      Pain Measurement in Man: Neurophysiological Correlates of Pain. Elsevier Press, Amsterdam, 532 pages (1984)

    • Bromm B (134)

      Evoked cerebral potential and pain. In: H.L. Fields, R. Dubner and F. Cevero (eds.), Advances in Pain Research and Therapy 9, Raven Press, New York, 305 329 (1985)

    • Bromm B (131)

      Periphere Neurophysiologie: Erregung und Erregungsleitung. In: WD. Keidel (Ed.), Lehrbuch der Physiologie, 6. Auflage, Kap 14,1- 14,50 (1985)

    • Bromm B (158, 159, 160a)

      Physiologie Aktuell. Hauptvorträge der Tagungen der Deutschen Physiologischen Gesellschaft, Band I Dortmund 1984 (mit DW Lübbers), Band II Berlin 1985 (mit DW Lübbers), Band III Berlin 1986 (mit HP Koepchen). Fischer Verlag, Stuttgart (1985), (1986), (1987)

    • Bromm B (160)

      Neurophysiologische Korrelate des Schmerzes beim Menschen. In: B Bromm und DW Lübbers, Physiologie Aktuell I: Hauptvorträge der Tagungen der Deutschen Physiologischen Gesellschaft, Dortmund 1984. Gustav Fischer Verlag, Stuttgart, 105-127

    • Bromm B, Meyer W, Scharein E (95)

      Antagonism between tilidine and naloxone on cerebral potentials and pain ratings in man. Europ. J. Pharmacol. 87, 431-440 (1983)

    • Bromm B (224)

      Laboratory animal and human volunteer in the assessment of analgesic efficacy. In: Advances in Pain Research and Therapy, Vol 12: R.C. Chapman and H. Loeser (eds), Issues in Pain Measurement, pp 117-143, Raven Press, New York (1989)

    • Bromm B and Treede RD (267)

      Laser evoked cerebral potentials in the diagnosis of cutaneous pain sensitivity. Rev. Neurol. (Paris) 147, 625-643 (1991)

    • Bromm B (257)

      Cerebral potentials evoked by heat stimuli assessing cutaneous sensibility loss. In: J. S. Chopra, K. Jagannthan, I. M. S. Sawhney (eds.), Modern Trends in Neurology, 159-171, B. I. Churchill Livingstone, New Dehli (1991)

    • Treede RD and Bromm (267)

      Neurophysiological approaches to the study of spinothalamic tract function in humans. In: K.L. Casey (ed), Pain and Central Nervous System Disease: The Central Pain Syndromes, Raven Press, New York, 117-127 (1991)

    • Bromm B (314)

      Corticalisation of chronic pain? Am. Pain Soc. J. (APS Journal) 3, 131-135 (1994)

    • Bromm B and Desmedt J (338)

      Pain and the Brain. From Nociception to Cognition. In: Advances in Pain Research and Therapy, Vol XXII, 584 pages, Raven Press, New York (1995)

    • Bromm B (378)

      Laser evoked brain potentials in the assessment of pain: Methods, applications, brain source analyses. Pain Research (Tokyo) 12, 41 - 57 (1997)

    • Bromm B and Lorenz J (419)

      Neurophysiological evaluation of pain. Electroenceph. Clin. Neurophysiol. 107, 227-253 (1998)

    • Scharein E and Bromm B (420)

      The intracutaneous pain model in the assessment of analgesic efficacy. Pain Reviews 5, 184-246 (1998)

    • Sandkühler J, Bromm B, Gebhardt GF eds (462)

      Nervous system plasticity and chronic pain. Vol. 129, Progress in Brain Research 543 pages, Elsevier (2000)

    • Bromm B (525)

      Wie Schmerzen im Gehirn entstehen. Spektrum der Wissenschaft 4, 40-47 (2003)

    • Bromm B and Pawlik K Hrg (530)

      Neurobiologie und Philosophie zum Schmerz. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Göttingen, 167 Seiten (2004)

    • Bromm B and Wolf JH (539)

      Von der Freiheit, Schmerz zu spüren. Abhandlucten der Akademie der Wissenschaften in Hamburg, Vol 7, 169 Seiten, De Gruyter, Berlin (2017)

  6. Moovies and TV

    • Bromm, B. (50)

      Zur Psychophysiologie des Schmerzes. Fernsehfilm ZDF, Gesundheitsmagazin, 10.7. (1978)

    • Bromm B Scharein E, Treede RD (172a)

      Schmerzforschung am Physiologischen Institut in Hamburg VHS 1986

    • Bromm B et al (380a)

      Pain Measurement in Man. (EEG and MEG Brain Mapping with Analgesics) 28 min VHS 1994

    • Bromm B et al (469)

      Warum chronifiziert Schmerz? ZDF - Gesundheitsmagazin: TV-Interview mit Dr. Gerhard in Mainz, dazu Erstellung einer Life-Übertragung eines laufenden Experimentes von Hamburg nach Mainz. Freitag, 14.00-14.30 Uhr, 28.1. (2000)