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2011Activated Protein C Enhances Human Keratinocyte Barrier Integrity via Sequential Activation of Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor and Tie2Chan, Yee-Ka; Chow, Shu-Oi; Dervish, Suat; Jackson, Christopher; Julovi, Sohel; Xue, Meilang; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: MedicineActivated Protein C Enhances Human Keratinocyte Barrier Integrity via Sequential Activation of Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor and Tie2, Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol.286, 8, 2011,pp 6742-6750
2012Activated protein C inhibits pancreatic islet inflammation, stimulates T regulatory cells, and prevents diabetes in non-obese diabetic (NOD) miceDervish, Suat; Fulcher, Greg; Jackson, Christopher; Xue, Meilang; Harrison, Leonard; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Northern Clinical School: MedicineActivated protein C inhibits pancreatic islet inflammation, stimulates T regulatory cells, and prevents diabetes in non-obese diabetic (NOD) mice, Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol.287, 20, 2012,pp 16356-16364
2010Endogenous protein C is essential for the functional integrity of human endothelial cells.Chow, Shu-Oi; Dervish, Suat; Jackson, Christopher; March, Lyn; Minhas, Nikita; Sambrook, Philip; Xue, Meilang; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Northern Clinical School: MedicineEndogenous protein C is essential for the functional integrity of human endothelial cells., Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences, vol.67, 9,pp 1537-1546
2011Protease Activated Receptor-2 Mediates Activated Protein C–Induced Cutaneous Wound Healing via Inhibition of p38Dervish, Suat; Jackson, Christopher; Julovi, Sohel; March, Lyn; Sambrook, Philip; Xue, Meilang; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Northern Clinical School: MedicineProtease Activated Receptor-2 Mediates Activated Protein C–Induced Cutaneous Wound Healing via Inhibition of p38, The American Journal of Pathology: cellular and molecular biology of disease, vol.179, 5, 2011,pp 2233-2242
2012Protease-Activated Receptor 2, Rather Than Protease-Activated Receptor 1, Contributes to the Aggressive Properties of Synovial Fibroblasts in Rheumatoid ArthritisChan, Agnes; Dervish, Suat; Jackson, Christopher; March, Lyn; Sambrook, Philip; Shen, Kaitlin; Xue, Meilang; Central Clinical School: Psychological Medicine; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: MedicineProtease-Activated Receptor 2, Rather Than Protease-Activated Receptor 1, Contributes to the Aggressive Properties of Synovial Fibroblasts in Rheumatoid Arthritis, Arthritis & Rheumatism, vol.64, 1, 2012,pp 88-98
2016A Sample-to-Sequence Protocol for Genus Targeted Transcriptomic Profiling: Application to Marine SynechococcusDervish, Suat; Mazard, Sophie; Millard, Andrew D.; Ostrowski, Martin; Paulsen, Ian; Pitt, Frances; Scanlan, David J.; Zubkov, Mikhail; Northern Clinical School: Kolling InstituteA Sample-to-Sequence Protocol for Genus Targeted Transcriptomic Profiling: Application to Marine Synechococcus, Frontiers in Microbiology, vol.7, OCT, 2016,pp 1-15