Michael Rendl

Affiliations: 
Developmental and Stem Cell Biology (DSCB) Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY 
Area:
Stem Cell Biology, Developmental Biology, Human Development, Cell Biology
Website:
http://research.mssm.edu/rendl/
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Elaine Fuchs post-doc 2001-2007

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Su-Yi Tsai grad student 2011 Mount Sinai
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Heitman N, Sennett R, Mok KW, et al. (2019) Dermal sheath contraction powers stem cell niche relocation during hair cycle regression. Science (New York, N.Y.)
Mok KW, Saxena N, Heitman N, et al. (2018) Dermal Condensate Niche Fate Specification Occurs Prior to Formation and Is Placode Progenitor Dependent. Developmental Cell
Rezza A, Wang Z, Sennett R, et al. (2016) Signaling Networks among Stem Cell Precursors, Transit-Amplifying Progenitors, and their Niche in Developing Hair Follicles. Cell Reports
Sennett R, Wang Z, Rezza A, et al. (2015) An Integrated Transcriptome Atlas of Embryonic Hair Follicle Progenitors, Their Niche, and the Developing Skin. Developmental Cell
Sennett R, Rendl M. (2015) Developmental biology. A scar is born: origins of fibrotic skin tissue. Science (New York, N.Y.). 348: 284-5
Rezza A, Sennett R, Tanguy M, et al. (2015) PDGF signalling in the dermis and in dermal condensates is dispensable for hair follicle induction and formation. Experimental Dermatology. 24: 468-70
Rendl M, Sundberg J, Seykora J, et al. (2014) Launch of the new letter category: 'mouse mutants with absent/minimal skin phenotype'. Experimental Dermatology. 23: 691
Siegle JM, Basin A, Sastre-Perona A, et al. (2014) SOX2 is a cancer-specific regulator of tumour initiating potential in cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma. Nature Communications. 5: 4511
Sennett R, Rezza A, Dauber KL, et al. (2014) Cxcr4 is transiently expressed in both epithelial and mesenchymal compartments of nascent hair follicles but is not required for follicle formation. Experimental Dermatology. 23: 748-50
Rendl M. (2014) Preface. Stem cells in development and disease. Current Topics in Developmental Biology. 107: xv-xviii
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