Fiona M. Watt

Medical and Molecular genetics Kings College London (KCL) 
"Fiona Watt"
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Henry Harris grad student (ID Tree)
Howard Green post-doc MIT, Harvard Medical School (Cell Biology Tree)
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Ganier C, Mazin P, Herrera-Oropeza G, et al. (2024) Multiscale spatial mapping of cell populations across anatomical sites in healthy human skin and basal cell carcinoma. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 121: e2313326120
Negri VA, Louis B, Zijl S, et al. (2023) Single-cell RNA sequencing of human epidermis identifies Lunatic fringe as a novel regulator of the stem cell compartment. Stem Cell Reports
Bernabé-Rubio M, Ali S, Bhosale PG, et al. (2023) Myc-dependent dedifferentiation of Gata6 epidermal cells resembles reversal of terminal differentiation. Nature Cell Biology
Rao J, Djeffal Y, Chal J, et al. (2023) Reconstructing human brown fat developmental trajectory in vitro. Developmental Cell
Almet AA, Yuan H, Annusver K, et al. (2023) A Roadmap for a Consensus Human Skin Cell Atlas and Single-Cell Data Standardization. The Journal of Investigative Dermatology. 143: 1667-1677
Bhosale PG, Kennedy RA, Watt FM. (2023) Caspase activation in tumour-infiltrating lymphocytes is associated with lymph node metastasis in oral squamous cell carcinoma. The Journal of Pathology
Apostolou E, Blau H, Chien K, et al. (2023) Progress and challenges in stem cell biology. Nature Cell Biology. 25: 203-206
Louis B, Tewary M, Bremer AW, et al. (2022) A reductionist approach to determine the effect of cell-cell contact on human epidermal stem cell differentiation. Acta Biomaterialia
Zijl S, Salameti V, Louis B, et al. (2022) Dynamic regulation of human epidermal differentiation by adhesive and mechanical forces. Current Topics in Developmental Biology. 150: 129-148
Sipilä K, Rognoni E, Jokinen J, et al. (2022) Embigin is a fibronectin receptor that affects sebaceous gland differentiation and metabolism. Developmental Cell
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