Experts and Doctors on cell division in Clayton, Victoria, Australia


Locale: Clayton, Victoria, Australia
Topic: cell division

Top Publications

  1. Le Meur Y, Tesch G, Hill P, Mu W, Foti R, Nikolic Paterson D, et al. Macrophage accumulation at a site of renal inflammation is dependent on the M-CSF/c-fms pathway. J Leukoc Biol. 2002;72:530-7 pubmed
    ..Therefore, M-CSF/c-fms signaling plays a key role in macrophage accumulation during tissue injury. ..
  2. Gurevich D, Nguyen P, Siegel A, Ehrlich O, Sonntag C, Phan J, et al. Asymmetric division of clonal muscle stem cells coordinates muscle regeneration in vivo. Science. 2016;353:aad9969 pubmed publisher
  3. Hertzog P, Hwang S, Kola I. Role of interferons in the regulation of cell proliferation, differentiation, and development. Mol Reprod Dev. 1994;39:226-32 pubmed
  4. Lim A, Ma F, Nikolic Paterson D, Thomas M, Hurst L, Tesch G. Antibody blockade of c-fms suppresses the progression of inflammation and injury in early diabetic nephropathy in obese db/db mice. Diabetologia. 2009;52:1669-79 pubmed publisher
    ..Blockade of c-fms can suppress the progression of established diabetic nephropathy in db/db mice by targeting macrophage-mediated injury. ..
  5. Odobasic D, Kitching A, Tipping P, Holdsworth S. CD80 and CD86 costimulatory molecules regulate crescentic glomerulonephritis by different mechanisms. Kidney Int. 2005;68:584-94 pubmed
  6. Masaki T, Stambe C, Hill P, Dowling J, Atkins R, Nikolic Paterson D. Activation of the extracellular-signal regulated protein kinase pathway in human glomerulopathies. J Am Soc Nephrol. 2004;15:1835-43 pubmed
    ..ERK activation may promote renal repair through tubular proliferation while promoting renal fibrosis via proliferation of glomerular and interstitial myofibroblasts. ..
  7. Isbel N, Nikolic Paterson D, Hill P, Dowling J, Atkins R. Local macrophage proliferation correlates with increased renal M-CSF expression in human glomerulonephritis. Nephrol Dial Transplant. 2001;16:1638-47 pubmed
    ..This correlated with local macrophage proliferation, suggesting that increased renal M-CSF production plays an important role in regulating local macrophage proliferation in human glomerulonephritis. ..
  8. Hayes E, Galea S, Verkuylen A, Pera M, Morrison J, Lacham Kaplan O, et al. Nuclear transfer of adult and genetically modified fetal cells of the rat. Physiol Genomics. 2001;5:193-204 pubmed
    ..Improvements in reconstituted NT embryo culture and transfer are required for these methods to be an effective means of transgenic rat production...
  9. Hardy M, Owczarek C, Trajanovska S, Liu X, Kola I, Hertzog P. The soluble murine type I interferon receptor Ifnar-2 is present in serum, is independently regulated, and has both agonistic and antagonistic properties. Blood. 2001;97:473-82 pubmed
    ..Therefore, our results suggest that soluble Ifnar-2 is an important regulator of endogenous and systemically administered type I IFN. ..

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  1. Gargett C, Bucak K, Rogers P. Isolation, characterization and long-term culture of human myometrial microvascular endothelial cells. Hum Reprod. 2000;15:293-301 pubmed
    ..Therefore myometrial MEC are a good model for in-vitro studies of uterine angiogenesis, since they have a stable phenotype and proliferative responsiveness to VEGF and bFGF for up to 14 passages. ..
  2. Pera M, Bennett W, Cerretti D. CD30 and its ligand: possible role in regulation of teratoma stem cells. APMIS. 1998;106:169-72; discussion 173 pubmed
    ..CD30 and its ligand are candidate stem cell identity factors, juxtacrine regulators whose sole function is to identify a cell's position in a developmental hierarchy. ..
  3. Miyazaki K, Isbel N, Lan H, Hattori M, Ito K, Bacher M, et al. Up-regulation of macrophage colony-stimulating factor (M-CSF) and migration inhibitory factor (MIF) expression and monocyte recruitment during lipid-induced glomerular injury in the exogenous hypercholesterolaemic (ExHC) rat. Clin Exp Immunol. 1997;108:318-23 pubmed
    ..This is the first study to implicate local synthesis of MIF in the pathogenesis of lipid-induced lesions. ..
  4. Le Meur Y, Jose M, Mu W, Atkins R, Chadban S. Macrophage colony-stimulating factor expression and macrophage accumulation in renal allograft rejection. Transplantation. 2002;73:1318-24 pubmed
    ..The kinetics of M-CSF production during acute rejection suggest that local macrophage proliferation may be initiated by T cells and perpetuated by both renal tubular and autocrine release. ..
  5. Parish C, Finkelstein D, Tripanichkul W, Satoskar A, Drago J, Horne M. The role of interleukin-1, interleukin-6, and glia in inducing growth of neuronal terminal arbors in mice. J Neurosci. 2002;22:8034-41 pubmed
    ..This study demonstrates that these cytokines play an important role in plasticity and regeneration that is separate from the inflammatory response associated with brain injury. ..
  6. Ikezumi Y, Hurst L, Masaki T, Atkins R, Nikolic Paterson D. Adoptive transfer studies demonstrate that macrophages can induce proteinuria and mesangial cell proliferation. Kidney Int. 2003;63:83-95 pubmed
    ..Therefore, an adoptive transfer approach was used to directly assess the potential of macrophages to induce renal injury...
  7. Kitching A, Turner A, Semple T, Li M, Edgtton K, Wilson G, et al. Experimental autoimmune anti-glomerular basement membrane glomerulonephritis: a protective role for IFN-gamma. J Am Soc Nephrol. 2004;15:1764-74 pubmed
    ..They lend weight to the hypothesis that depending on the context/severity of the nephritogenic immune response IFN-gamma has different effects...
  8. D Amore A, Black M, Thomas W. The angiotensin II type 2 receptor causes constitutive growth of cardiomyocytes and does not antagonize angiotensin II type 1 receptor-mediated hypertrophy. Hypertension. 2005;46:1347-54 pubmed
    ..Thus, the AT2 receptor promotes ligand-independent, constitutive cardiomyocyte hypertrophy and does not directly antagonize the AT1 receptor in this setting. ..