Jes K. Klarlund

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University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, United States 
Area:
Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Physiology Biology
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Brothers KM, Stella NA, Hunt KM, et al. (2015) Putting on the brakes: Bacterial impediment of wound healing. Scientific Reports. 5: 14003
Block ER, Tolino MA, Klarlund JK. (2011) Extracellular ATP stimulates epithelial cell motility through Pyk2-mediated activation of the EGF receptor. Cellular Signalling. 23: 2051-5
Tolino MA, Block ER, Klarlund JK. (2011) Brief treatment with heparin-binding EGF-like growth factor, but not with EGF, is sufficient to accelerate epithelial wound healing. Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta. 1810: 875-8
Klarlund JK, Block ER. (2011) Free edges in epithelia as cues for motility. Cell Adhesion & Migration. 5: 106-10
Block ER, Tolino MA, Lozano JS, et al. (2010) Free edges in epithelial cell sheets stimulate epidermal growth factor receptor signaling. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 21: 2172-81
Block ER, Tolino MA, Klarlund JK. (2010) Pyk2 activation triggers epidermal growth factor receptor signaling and cell motility after wounding sheets of epithelial cells. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 285: 13372-9
Block ER, Klarlund JK. (2008) Wounding sheets of epithelial cells activates the epidermal growth factor receptor through distinct short- and long-range mechanisms. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 19: 4909-17
Lozano JS, Chay EY, Healey J, et al. (2008) Activation of the epidermal growth factor receptor by hydrogels in artificial tears. Experimental Eye Research. 86: 500-5
Spix JK, Chay EY, Block ER, et al. (2007) Hepatocyte growth factor induces epithelial cell motility through transactivation of the epidermal growth factor receptor. Experimental Cell Research. 313: 3319-25
Mazie AR, Spix JK, Block ER, et al. (2006) Epithelial cell motility is triggered by activation of the EGF receptor through phosphatidic acid signaling. Journal of Cell Science. 119: 1645-54
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