Recommended Readings: Philipp Niethammer Ph.D. Mon Feb 22, 2010

Monday Lecture Series

SpatioTemporal Control of Wound Detection

Philipp Niethammer, Ph.D.,

Post Doctoral Fellow, Department of Systems Biology

Harvard Medical School

February 22, 2010

Welch Hall,  Level Two

4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m

Recommended Articles:

Niethammer, P; Grabher, C; Look, AT, et al.   2009.  A tissue-scale gradient of hydrogen peroxide mediates rapid wound detection in zebrafish. NATURE 459(7249): 996-U123

Niethammer, P; Kueh, HY; Mitchison, TJ.  2008.  Spatial patterning of metabolism by mitochondria, oxygen, and energy sinks in a model cytoplasm. CURRENT BIOLOGY 18(8): 586-591

Yoo SK, Huttenlocher A.  2009.  Innate Immunity: Wounds Burst H2O2 Signals to Leukocytes. CURRENT BIOLOGY 19(14, Sp. Iss. SI): R553-R555

Allaoui A, Botteaux A, Dumont JE, et al.  2009.  Dual oxidases and hydrogen peroxide in a complex dialogue between host mucosae and bacteria.   TRENDS IN MOLECULAR MEDICINE 15(12): 571-579   Request from Markus Library.

Chamberlain, CS; Crowley, E; Vanderby, R.  2009.  The spatio-temporal dynamics of ligament healing. WOUND REPAIR AND REGENERATION 17(2): 206-215

Adams, Stephanie; Munz, Barbara .  2010.  RIP4 is a target of multiple signal transduction pathways in keratinocytes: Implications for epidermal differentiation and cutaneous wound repair. Experimental Cell Research 316(1):126-137

Eligini, S; Arenaz, I; Barbieri, SS, et al.  2009.  Cyclooxygenase-2 mediates hydrogen peroxide-induced wound repair in human endothelial cells. FREE RADICAL BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE 46(10): 1428-1436

Ushio-Fukai, M.  2006.  Redox signaling in angiogenesis: Role of NADPH oxidase. CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCH 71(2):226-235