Reid Lab - Publications

 

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Selected Publications:

Semeraro R, Carpino G, Cardinale V, Onori P, Gentile R, Cantafora A, Franchitto A, Napoli C, Anceschi M, Brunelli R, Bosco D, Torrice A, Reid LM*, Gaudio E*, Alvaro D*. Multipotent Stem/Progenitor Cells in the Human Foetal Biliary Tree. Journal of Hepatology. In press (2012). (*co-senior authors)

Furth ME, Childers MK, Reid LM. Stem and Progenitor Cells used in Regenerative Medicine and Pharmacology. IN: Regenerative Pharmacology. Editors: Karl E. Erikson and George Christ. Cambridge University Press, NY. In Press. 2012 (book chapter)

Cardinale V, Wang Y, Carpino G, Reid LM*, Gaudio E*, Alvaro D*. Mucin-producing cholangiocarcinoma might derive from Biliary Tree Stem/progenitor Cells located in peribiliary glands. Hepatology. 55 (6):2041-2042, 2012 (*co-senior authors).

Turner R. Wauthier E, Barbier C, Prestwich GD and Reid L.M. Serum-free Cryopreservation of Human Hepatic Stem/Progenitor Cells. Importance of Protection of Adhesion Mechanisms. Cell Transplantation. E-pub in April 2012. Hard copy in press.

Carpino G, Cardinale V, Onori P, Franchitto A, Bartolomeo Berloco P, Rossi M, Wang Y, Alvaro D*, Reid LM* and Eugenio Gaudio E*. Biliary tree stem/progenitor cells in peribiliary glands of extrahepatic and intraheptic bile ducts: an anatomical in situ study yielding evidence of maturational lineages within the biliary tree. Journal of Anatomy. 220(2):186-199, 2012. (*co-senior authors)

Meng F, Francis H, Glaser S, Han Y, DeMorrow S, Stokes A, Staloch D, Venter J, White M, Ueno Y, Reid LM, Alpini G. Role of Stem Cell Factor and Granulocyte-Colony Stimulating Factor in Remodeling during Liver Regeneration. Hepatology. 55(1):209-221, 2012

Lozoya OA, Wauthier E, Turner RA, Barbier C, Prestwich GD, Guilak F, Superfine R, Lubkin SR, Reid LM. Regulation of hepatic stem/progenitor phenotype by microenvironment stiffness in hydrogel models of the human liver stem cell niche. Biomaterials. 32(30):7389-7402, 2011 [doi:10.1016/j.biomaterials.2011.06.042] [selected and evaluated by a Member of the Faculty of 1000 (F1000), which places the work in the F1000 library of the top 2% of published articles in biology and medicine.] I.F.=7.882

Cardinale V, Wang YF, Carpino G, Gatto M, Cui C, Rossi M, Bartolomeo Berloco P, Inverardi L, Dominguez-Bendala J, Ricordi C, Gerber D, Gaudio E, Alvaro D, and Reid LM. Multipotent Stem/progenitor Cells in Human Extrahepatic Biliary Tree give rise to Hepatocytes, Cholangiocytes and Pancreatic Islets. Hepatology. 54(6):2159-2172, 2011. I.F. 10.885

YF Wang, C Cui, M Yamauchi, P Miguez, M J Costello, G Mendel, V Cardinale, E Wauthier, D Gerber, D Alvaro, and L.M. Reid. Lineage restriction of stem cells to mature fates is made efficient by tissue-specific biomatrix scaffolds. Hepatology, 53 (1): 293-305, 2011. I.F.=10.885

Cardinale V, Wang Y, Carpino G, Alvaro D, Reid L, Gaudio E. Multipotent stem cells in the biliary tree. Italian Journal of Anatomy and Embryology. 2010;115(1-2):85-90. Review.

Turner R, Gerber D and Reid LM. The Future of Cell Transplant Therapies: A Need for Tissue Grafting. Transplantation. 90(8):807-810, 2010. I.F.=3.5

Schmelzer E, Triolo F, Turner M.E., Thompson RL, Zeilinger K, Gridelli B, Reid LM, Gerlach JC. Three-Dimensional Perfusion Bioreactor Culture Supports Differentiation of Human Fetal Liver Cells. Tissue Engineering. Part A. June 2010: 2007-2016. I.F.= 4.876

Y Wang, H Yao, C Barbier, C Cui , M. J Costello, M Yamauchi, M Sricholpech, E W, E G Loboa, and L. M. Reid. Paracrine Signals from Mesenchymal Cell Populations govern Expansion and Differentiation of Hepatic Stem cells to Adult Liver Fates. Hepatology 52: 1443-1454, 2010. I.F.=10.885

McClelland R, Wauthier E, Reid L*, and Hsu E*. (*co-senior authors). In Situ Labeling and
Magnetic Resonance Imaging of transplanted Human Hepatic Stem Cells Molecular Imaging and Biology. 13 (5):911-922, 2011. D0I: 10.1007/s11307-010-0422. I.F. = 2.467

Ji J, Yamashita T, Budhu A, Forgues M, Jia H, Li C, Wauthier E, Reid LM, Deng C, Ye Q, Qin L, Tang Z, Croce C, and Wang XW. Identification of a conserved microRNA-181 family by genome-wide screening as a critical player in hepatic cancer stem cells. Hepatology 50(2): 472-480, 2009. I.F.=10.885

Yamashita T, Ji J, Budhu A, Forgues M, Jia H, Ye Q, Qin L, Wauthier E, Reid LM, Minato H, Honda M, Kaneko S, Tang Z, and Wang X. Bolstering hepatic cancer stem cells by Wnt/β-catenin signaling. Gastroenterology. 136(3): 1012-1024, 2009. I.F.=11.673.

Schmelzer E and Reid LM. Telomerase activity and regulation in human hepatic stem cells and hepatoblasts. European Journal of Hepatology and Gastroenterology, 21 (10): 1191-11989, 2009. PMID: 19240645. I.F.=1.662

Zhang L, Theise N, Chua M, and Reid LM. The Stem Cell Niche of Human Livers: Symmetry between Regeneration and Development. Hepatology 48 (5):1598-1607, 2008. IF=10.885

McClelland, R. Wauthier, E. Zhang, L., Melhem A. Schmelzer E., Barbier C, and Reid L.M. Ex Vivo Conditions for Self-Replication of Human Hepatic Stem Cells. Tissue Engineering: Part C
14 (4): 1-11, 2008. I.F.=4.636

Turner WS, Seagle C, Galanko J, Favorov O, Prestwich DG, Macdonald J, and Reid LM Metabolomic Footprinting of Human Hepatic Progenitors: Applications Developed with Engineered 3-D Hyaluronan Hydrogel Scaffolds. Stem Cells 26 (6), 1547 – 1555, 2008; PMID 18323408. I.F.= 8.212

Kubota H, Yao H, and Reid LM. Identification and characterization of hepatic stellate cell precursors, key regulators of hematopoiesis and hepatic development. Stem Cells 25: 2339-2349, 2007. I.F. =8.8

Schmelzer E*, Zhang* L, Bruce A*, Wauthier E, Yao H, Moss NG , Melhem A, Tallheden T, McClelland R, Tallheden T, Cheng N, Kulik M, Sherwood S., Furth M**, and Reid LM** . (*co-first authors; **co-senior authors). Human Hepatic Stem Cells from Fetal and Postnatal Donors. Journal of Experimental Medicine. 204(8):1973-1987, 2007. Publication date: August 6, 2007 I.F.= 15.61; PMCID:PMC 2118675. DOI:10.1084/jem.20061603.

Turner WS, Schmelzer E, McClelland R, Wauthier E, Chen W, and Reid LM. Human Hepatoblast Phenotype Maintained by Hyaluronan Hydrogels. Journal of Biomedical Biomaterials. 82(1): pp. 156-168, 2007

Schmelzer E, Wauthier E, and Reid LM. Phenotypes of Pluripotent Hepatic Progenitors. Stem Cells. 24 (8): 1852-1858, 2006. I.F.=8.8

Sicklick, Jason K., Yin-Xiong Li, Alaa Melhem, Eva Schmelzer, Marzena Zdanowicz, Jiawen Huang, Montserrat Caballero, Jeff H. Fair, John W. Ludlow, Randall E. McClelland, Lola M. Reid*, and Anna Mae Diehl*. Hedgehog signaling maintains resident hepatic progenitors throughout life. Am J Physiol Gastrointest Liver Physiol 290: G859–G870, 2006. [*co-senior authors]

Liu H, Cunto F.D. Imarisio S., and Reid L.M. Citron Kinase Is a Cell Cycle-dependent, Nuclear Protein Required for G2/M Transition of Hepatocytes. Journal of Biological Chemistry 278 (4) 2541–2548, 2003.

Hiroshi Kubota, Robert W. Storms, and Lola M. Reid. Variant Forms of α-Fetoprotein Transcripts Expressed in Human Hematopoietic Progenitors. Implications for their developmental potential towards endoderm. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 277 (31): 27629–27635, 2002.

Wolfe SP, Hsu E, Reid LM, and Macdonald JM. A Novel Multicoaxial Hollow Fiber Bioreactor for Adherent Cell Types. Part I: Hydrodynamic Studies. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 77(1): 83-90, 2002.

Xu A.S.L. and Reid L.M. Soft, porous poly (D,L-lactide,-co-glycotide) microcarriers designed for ex vivo studies and for transplantation of adherent cell types including progenitors. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 944(1): 144-150, 2002.

Tillotson, L, Lodestro C, Hocker M, Wiedenmann, Newcomer CE, and Reid LM. Isolation, Maintenance and characterization of human pancreatic islet tumor cells expressing vasoactive intestinal peptide. Pancreas 22 (1): 91-98, 2001

Hiroshi Kubota and Lola M. Reid . Clonogenic hepatoblasts, common precursors for hepatocytic and biliary lineages, are lacking classical major histocompatibility complex class I antigen. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 97(22): 12132–12137, 2000