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Functional Characterization of Quiescent Keratinocyte Stem Cells and Their Progeny Reveals..
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Mechanisms underlying acquired platinum resistance in high grade serous ovarian cancer - a mini review.
Mudra Binju, Monica Amaya Padilla, Terence Singomat, Pritinder Kaur, Yohan Suryo Rahmanto, Paul A Cohen, Yu Yu
Journal article | 2019 | Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - General Subjects
BACKGROUND: Advanced epithelial ovarian cancer is one of the hardest human malignancies to treat. Standard treatment involves cyto..
Pericytes Promote Malignant Ovarian Cancer Progression in Mice and Predict Poor Prognosis in Serous Ovarian Cancer Patients
Devbarna Sinha, Lynn Chong, Joshy George, Holger Schlueter, Susann Moenchgesang, Stuart Mills, Jason Li, Christopher Parish, David Bowtell, Pritinder Kaur
Journal article | 2016 | CLINICAL CANCER RESEARCH
Dermal Contributions to Human Interfollicular Epidermal Architecture and Self-Renewal.
Kynan T Lawlor, Pritinder Kaur
Journal article | 2015 | International Journal of Molecular Sciences
The human interfollicular epidermis is renewed throughout life by populations of proliferating basal keratinocytes. Though interfo..
The polarity protein Scrib mediates epidermal development and exerts a tumor suppressive function during skin carcinogenesis
Helen B Pearson, Edwina McGlinn, Toby J Phesse, Holger Schlueter, Anuratha Srikumar, Nathan J Goedde, Christina B Woelwer, Andrew Ryan, Wayne A Phillips, Matthias Ernst, Pritinder Kaur, Patrick Humbert
Journal article | 2015 | MOLECULAR CANCER
In vivo transplantation assay at limiting dilution to identify the intrinsic tissue reconstitutive capacity of keratinocyte stem cells and their progeny.
Holger Schlüter, Pritinder Kaur
Journal article | 2013 | Methods in Molecular Biology
This protocol describes an in vivo grafting approach to investigate the intrinsic long-term tissue reconstitutive capabilities of ..
Developing a quantitative in vivo tissue reconstitution assay to assess the relative potency of candidate populations of mouse oesophageal epithelial cells.
Daniel Croagh, Rick Redvers, Wayne A Phillips, Pritinder Kaur
Journal article | 2012 | Methods in Molecular Biology
Proliferation in mouse oesophageal epithelial cells is confined to the basal layer of the epithelium. Within this population, it i..
E2F7 can regulate proliferation, differentiation, and apoptotic responses in human keratinocytes: implications for cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma formation (vol 69, pg 1800, 2009)
L Endo-Munoz, A Dahler, N Teakle, D Rickwood, M Hazar-Rethinam, I Abdul-Jabbar, S Sommerville, I Dickinson, P Kaur, S Paquet-Fitfield, N Saunders
Journal article | 2009 | Cancer Research
A role for pericytes as microenvironmental regulators of human skin tissue regeneration
Sophie Paquet-Fifield, Holger Schlueter, Amy Li, Tara Aitken, Pradnya Gangatirkar, Daniel Blashki, Rachel Koelmeyer, Normand Pouliot, Manuela Palatsides, Sarah Ellis, Nathalie Brouard, Andrew Zannettino, Nick Saunders, Natalie Thompson, Jason Li, Pritinder Kaur
Journal article | 2009 | Journal of Clinical Investigation
E2F7 can regulate proliferation, differentiation, and apoptotic responses in human keratinocytes: implications for cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma formation.
Liliana Endo-Munoz, Alison Dahler, Ngari Teakle, Danny Rickwood, Mehlika Hazar-Rethinam, Ibtissam Abdul-Jabbar, Scott Sommerville, Ian Dickinson, Pritinder Kaur, Sophie Paquet-Fifield, Nicholas Saunders
Journal article | 2009 | Cancer Research
The E2F family of transcription factors plays a crucial role in the regulation of genes involved in cell proliferation, differenti..
Extensive tissue-regenerative capacity of neonatal human keratinocyte stem cells and their progeny.
Amy Li, Normand Pouliot, Richard Redvers, Pritinder Kaur
Journal article | 2004 | Journal of Clinical Investigation
Given our recent discovery that it is possible to separate human epidermal stem cells of the skin from their more committed progen..