S E Herrick
Affiliation: University of Manchester
- Expression and secretion of Aspergillus fumigatus proteases are regulated in response to different protein substratesEdward Farnell
Respiratory Research Group, School of Translational Medicine, University of Manchester, Manchester M13 9PT, UK
Fungal Biol 116:1003-12. 2012..There is a requirement for the standardisation of A. fumigatus allergen extracts used both in clinical diagnosis of A. fumigatus allergy and in research studies...
- The potential of mesothelial cells in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine applicationsS E Herrick
School of Medicine, Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences, University of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester, UK
Int J Artif Organs 30:527-40. 2007....
- The origin of regenerating mesothelium: a historical perspectiveS E Mutsaers
Anatomical Pathology, PathWest Laboratory Medicine WA, Nedlands 6009, WA, Australia
Int J Artif Organs 30:484-94. 2007..This review will examine these proposals and give some insights into the likely mechanisms involved...
- HGF/SF induces mesothelial cell migration and proliferation by autocrine and paracrine pathwaysR Warn
School of Biology, University of East Anglia, Norwich, NR4 7TJ, United Kingdom
Exp Cell Res 267:258-66. 2001..In conclusion, HGF/SF is produced by mesothelial cells and induces both motility and proliferation of these cells. These data are consistent with HGF/SF playing an autocrine role in mesothelial healing...
- Presence and distribution of sensory nerve fibers in human peritoneal adhesionsH Sulaiman
Department of Medicine, University College London, The Rayne Institute, London, UK
Ann Surg 234:256-61. 2001..CONCLUSIONS: This study provides the first direct evidence for the presence of sensory nerve fibers in human peritoneal adhesions, suggesting that these structures may be capable of conducting pain after appropriate stimulation...
- Role of plasminogen activators in peritoneal adhesion formationH Sulaiman
Department of Medicine, University College London, Rayne Institute, 5 University Street, London WC1E 6JJ, U K
Biochem Soc Trans 30:126-31. 2002..It is proposed that the persistence of fibrin due to decreased tPA activity following surgery or chronic inflammation plays a major role in peritoneal adhesion formation...