Piul Rabbani, Ph.D. - Publications

Affiliations: 
2012 Basic Medical Science New York University, New York, NY, United States 
Area:
Molecular Biology, Cell Biology

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2018 Lim CH, Sun Q, Ratti K, Lee SH, Zheng Y, Takeo M, Lee W, Rabbani P, Plikus MV, Cain JE, Wang DH, Watkins DN, Millar S, Taketo MM, Myung P, et al. Hedgehog stimulates hair follicle neogenesis by creating inductive dermis during murine skin wound healing. Nature Communications. 9: 4903. PMID 30464171 DOI: 10.1038/s41467-018-07142-9  0.36
2018 Sun Q, Rabbani P, Takeo M, Lee SH, Lim CH, Noel ES, Taketo MM, Myung P, Millar S, Ito M. Dissecting Wnt signaling for melanocyte regulation during wound healing. The Journal of Investigative Dermatology. PMID 29428355 DOI: 10.1016/j.jid.2018.01.030  0.36
2016 Takeo M, Lee W, Rabbani P, Sun Q, Hu H, Lim CH, Manga P, Ito M. EdnrB Governs Regenerative Response of Melanocyte Stem Cells by Crosstalk with Wnt Signaling. Cell Reports. PMID 27134165 DOI: 10.1016/j.celrep.2016.04.006  0.36
2013 Takeo M, Chou WC, Sun Q, Lee W, Rabbani P, Loomis C, Taketo MM, Ito M. Wnt activation in nail epithelium couples nail growth to digit regeneration. Nature. 499: 228-32. PMID 23760480 DOI: 10.1038/nature12214  0.36
2013 Chou WC, Takeo M, Rabbani P, Hu H, Lee W, Chung YR, Carucci J, Overbeek P, Ito M. Direct migration of follicular melanocyte stem cells to the epidermis after wounding or UVB irradiation is dependent on Mc1r signaling. Nature Medicine. 19: 924-9. PMID 23749232 DOI: 10.1038/nm.3194  0.36
2011 Rabbani P, Takeo M, Chou W, Myung P, Bosenberg M, Chin L, Taketo MM, Ito M. Coordinated activation of Wnt in epithelial and melanocyte stem cells initiates pigmented hair regeneration. Cell. 145: 941-55. PMID 21663796 DOI: 10.1016/j.cell.2011.05.004  0.36
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