Matthew J. Carr
Matthew J. Carr
MD/PhD Student, University of Toronto
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Dedifferentiated Schwann cell precursors secreting paracrine factors are required for regeneration of the mammalian digit tip
APW Johnston, SA Yuzwa, MJ Carr, N Mahmud, MA Storer, MP Krause, ...
Cell Stem Cell 19 (4), 433-448, 2016
682016
Identification of different isoforms of 14-3-3 protein family in human dermal and epidermal layers
RT Kilani, A Medina, A Aitken, RB Jalili, M Carr, A Ghahary
Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry 314 (1-2), 161-169, 2008
382008
Schwann cells as drivers of tissue repair and regeneration
MJ Carr, APW Johnston
Current Opinion in Neurobiology 47, 52-57, 2017
272017
Mesenchymal precursor cells in adult nerves contribute to mammalian tissue repair and regeneration
MJ Carr, JS Toma, APW Johnston, PE Steadman, SA Yuzwa, N Mahmud, ...
Cell Stem Cell 24 (2), 240-256. e9, 2019
202019
Dermal fibroblasts influence the expression profile of 14-3-3 proteins in human keratinocytes
M Carr, C Chavez-Muņoz, A Lai, A Ghahary
Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry 353 (1-2), 205, 2011
122011
Application of an indoleamine 2,3-dioxygenase-expressing skin substitute improves scar formation in a fibrotic animal model
C Chavez-Munoz, R Hartwell, RB Jalili, M Carr, RT Kilani, SM Jafarnejad, ...
The Journal of Investigative Dermatology 132 (5), 1501, 2012
112012
Keratinocyte‐releasable factors stimulate the expression of granulocyte colony‐stimulating factor in human dermal fibroblasts
MJ Carr, Y Li, AM Rezakhanlou, A Ghahary
Journal of Cellular Biochemistry 118 (2), 308-317, 2017
62017
Crosstalk between keratinocytes and dermal fibroblasts modulates the release of critical wound healing factors
MJ Carr
University of British Columbia, 2012
2012
Dermal Fibroblast Paracrine Regulation Of 14-3-3 Expression In Human Keratinocytes
M Carr, C Chavez-muņoz, A Lai, A Ghahary
Wound Repair and Regeneration 19 (5), A74, 2011
2011
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