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    1. Roper, E; Weinberg, W; Watt, FM; Land, H
      P19(ARF)-independent induction of p53 and cell cycle arrest by Raf in murine keratinocytes

      EMBO REPORTS
    2. Arnold, I; Watt, FM
      c-Myc activation in transgenic mouse epidermis results in mobilization of stem cells and differentiation of their progeny

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    3. Watt, FM
      Stem cell fate and patterning in mammalian epidermis

      CURRENT OPINION IN GENETICS & DEVELOPMENT
    4. Lowell, S; Watt, FM
      Delta regulates keratinocyte spreading and motility independently of differentiation

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    5. Maatta, A; DiColandrea, T; Groot, K; Watt, FM
      Gene targeting of envoplakin, a cytoskeletal linker protein and precursor of the epidermal cornified envelope

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    6. Watt, FM
      Epidermal stem cells

      STEM CELL BIOLOGY
    7. Nagata, Y; Karashima, T; Watt, FM; Salmhofer, W; Kanzaki, T; Hashimoto, T
      Paraneoplastic pemphigus sera react strongly with multiple epitopes on thevarious regions of envoplakin and periplakin, except for the C-terminal homologous domain of periplakin

      JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIVE DERMATOLOGY
    8. Seery, JP; Cattell, V; Watt, FM
      Cutting edge: Amelioration of kidney disease in a transgenic mouse model of lupus nephritis by administration of the caspase inhibitor carbobenzoxy-valyl-alanyl-aspartyl-(beta-o-methyl)-fluoromethylketone

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    9. Hudson, DL; Guy, AT; Fry, P; O'Hare, MJ; Watt, FM; Masters, JRW
      Epithelial cell differentiation pathways in the human prostate: Identification of intermediate phenotypes by keratin expression

      JOURNAL OF HISTOCHEMISTRY & CYTOCHEMISTRY
    10. Haase, I; Hobbs, RM; Romero, MR; Broad, S; Watt, FM
      A role for mitogen-activated protein kinase activation by integrins in thepathogenesis of psoriasis

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION
    11. Watt, FM; Sever, R
      Signal transduction

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    12. Bagutti, C; Hutter, C; Chiquet-Ehrismann, R; Fassler, R; Watt, FM
      Dermal fibroblast-derived growth factors restore the ability of ss(1) integrin-deficient embryonal stem cells to differentiate into keratinocytes

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    13. Owens, DM; Watt, FM
      Influence of beta 1 integrins on epidermal squamous cell carcinoma formation in a transgenic mouse model: alpha 3 beta 1, but not alpha 2 beta l, suppresses malignant conversion

      CANCER RESEARCH
    14. Levy, L; Broad, S; Diekmann, D; Evans, RD; Watt, FM
      beta 1 integrins regulate keratinocyte adhesion and differentiation by distinct mechanisms

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    15. Watt, FM
      Epidermal stem cells as targets for gene transfer

      HUMAN GENE THERAPY
    16. Lowell, S; Jones, P; Le Roux, I; Dunne, J; Watt, FM
      Stimulation of human epidermal differentiation by Delta-Notch signalling at the boundaries of stem-cell clusters

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    17. Seery, JP; Watt, FM
      Asymmetric stem-cell divisions define the architecture of human oesophageal epithelium

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    18. Li, ER; Owens, DM; Djian, P; Watt, FM
      Expression of involucrin in normal, hyperproliferative and neoplastic mouse keratinocytes

      EXPERIMENTAL DERMATOLOGY
    19. Kee, WJ; Li, ER; Watt, FM
      beta 1B integrin subunit contains a double lysine motif that can cause accumulation within the endoplasmic reticulum

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    20. Sibilia, M; Fleischmann, A; Behrens, A; Stingl, L; Carroll, J; Watt, FM; Schlessinger, J; Wagner, EF
      The EGF receptor provides an essential survival signal for SOS-dependent skin tumor development

      CELL
    21. Watt, FM; Hogan, BLM
      Out of Eden: Stem cells and their niches

      SCIENCE
    22. Hudson, DL; O'Hare, M; Watt, FM; Masters, JRW
      Proliferative heterogeneity in the human prostate: Evidence for epithelialstem cells

      LABORATORY INVESTIGATION
    23. Watt, FM
      On science publishing in general and JCS in particular

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    24. DiColandrea, T; Karashima, T; Maatta, A; Watt, FM
      Subcellular distribution of envoplakin and periplakin: Insights into theirrole as precursors of the epidermal cornified envelope

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    25. O'Shaughnessy, RFL; Seery, JP; Celis, JE; Frischauf, AM; Watt, FM
      PA-FABP, a novel marker of human epidermal transit amplifying cells revealed by 2D protein gel electrophoresis and cDNA array hybridisation

      FEBS LETTERS
    26. Corbi, AL; Jensen, UB; Watt, FM
      The alpha 2 and alpha 5 integrin genes: identification of transcription factors that regulate promoter activity in epidermal keratinocytes

      FEBS LETTERS
    27. Jensen, UB; Lowell, S; Watt, FM
      The spatial relationship between stem cells and their progeny in the basallayer of human epidermis: a new view based on whole-mount labelling and lineage analysis

      DEVELOPMENT
    28. Zhu, AJ; Watt, FM
      beta-catenin signalling modulates proliferative potential of human epidermal keratinocytes independently of intercellular adhesion

      DEVELOPMENT
    29. Romero, MR; Carroll, JM; Watt, FM
      Analysis of cultured keratinocytes from a transgenic mouse model of psoriasis: effects of suprabasal integrin expression on keratinocyte adhesion, proliferation and terminal differentiation

      EXPERIMENTAL DERMATOLOGY
    30. Gandarillas, A; Goldsmith, LA; Gschmeissner, S; Leigh, IM; Watt, FM
      Evidence that apoptosis and terminal differentiation of epidermal keratinocytes are distinct processes

      EXPERIMENTAL DERMATOLOGY
    31. Risk, JM; Ruhrberg, C; Hennies, HC; Mills, HS; Di Colandrea, T; Evans, KE; Ellis, A; Watt, FM; Bishop, DT; Spurr, NK; Stevens, HP; Leigh, IM; Reis, A; Kelsell, DP; Field, JK
      Envoplakin, a possible candidate gene for focal NEPPK/esophageal cancer (TOC): The integration of genetic and physical maps of the TOC region on 17q25

      GENOMICS
    32. Zhu, AJ; Haase, I; Watt, FM
      Signaling via beta 1 integrins and mitogen-activated protein kinase determines human epidermal stem cell fate in vitro

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    33. Seery, JP; Wang, ECY; Cattell, V; Carroll, JM; Owen, MJ; Watt, FM
      A central role for alpha/beta T cells in the pathogenesis of murine lupus

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    34. BRAGA VMM; HAJBAGHERI N; WATT FM
      CALCIUM-INDUCED INTERCELLULAR-ADHESION OF KERATINOCYTES DOES NOT INVOLVE ACCUMULATION OF BETA(1) INTEGRINS AT CELL-CELL CONTACTS AND DOES NOT INVOLVE CHANGES IN THE LEVELS OR PHOSPHORYLATION OF CATENINS

      Cell adhesion and communication
    35. LEVY L; BROAD S; ZHU AJ; CARROLL JM; KHAZAAL I; PEAULT B; WATT FM
      OPTIMIZED RETROVIRAL INFECTION OF HUMAN EPIDERMAL-KERATINOCYTES - LONG-TERM EXPRESSION OF TRANSDUCED INTEGRIN GENE FOLLOWING GRAFTING ON TOSCID MICE

      Gene therapy
    36. WATT FM
      EPIDERMAL STEM-CELLS - MARKERS, PATTERNING AND THE CONTROL OF STEM-CELL FATE

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    37. Dzierzak, E; Watt, FM
      The search for the holy grail - Editorial overview

      CURRENT OPINION IN CELL BIOLOGY
    38. Carroll, JM; Luetteke, NC; Lee, DC; Watt, FM
      Role of integrins in mouse eyelid development: studies in normal embryos and embryos in which there is a failure of eyelid fusion

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    39. BISHOP LA; KEE WJ; ZHU AJ; WATT FM
      LACK OF INTRINSIC POLARITY IN THE LIGAND-BINDING ABILITY OF KERATINOCYTE BETA(1) INTEGRINS

      Experimental dermatology
    40. RUHRBERG C; WILLIAMSON JA; MAATTA A; WATT FM
      THE PERIPLAKIN GENE MAPS TO 16P13.3 IN HUMAN AND 16A-B1 IN MOUSE

      Genomics
    41. BAGUTTI C; SPEIGHT PM; WATT FM
      COMPARISON OF INTEGRIN, CADHERIN, AND CATENIN EXPRESSION IN SQUAMOUS-CELL CARCINOMAS OF THE ORAL CAVITY

      Journal of pathology
    42. Kiyokawa, C; Ruhrberg, C; Nie, ZX; Karashima, T; Mori, O; Nishikawa, T; Green, KJ; Anhalt, GJ; DiColandrea, T; Watt, FM; Hashimoto, T
      Envoplakin and periplakin are components of the paraneoplastic pemphigus antigen complex

      JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIVE DERMATOLOGY
    43. WATT FM
      ROLE OF ADHESION MOLECULES IN REGULATING KERATINOCYTE DIFFERENTIATION

      Developmental biology (Print)
    44. RUHRBERG C; WATT FM
      THE PLAKIN FAMILY - VERSATILE ORGANIZERS OF CYTOSKELETAL ARCHITECTURE

      Current opinion in genetics & development
    45. RIKIMARU K; MOLES JP; WATT FM
      CORRELATION BETWEEN HYPERPROLIFERATION AND SUPRABASAL INTEGRIN EXPRESSION IN HUMAN EPIDERMIS RECONSTITUTED IN CULTURE

      Experimental dermatology
    46. JONES J; WATT FM; SPEIGHT PM
      CHANGES IN THE EXPRESSION OF ALPHA(V) INTEGRINS IN ORAL SQUAMOUS-CELLCARCINOMAS

      Journal of oral pathology & medicine
    47. WATT FM
      ROLE OF INTEGRINS IN REGULATING KERATINOCYTE GROWTH AND DIFFERENTIATION

      The FASEB journal
    48. GANDARILLAS A; WATT FM
      C-MYC PROMOTES DIFFERENTIATION OF HUMAN EPIDERMAL STEM-CELLS

      Genes & development
    49. CARROLL JM; CROMPTON T; SEERY JP; WATT FM
      TRANSGENIC MICE EXPRESSION IFN-GAMMA IN THE EPIDERMIS HAVE ECZEMA, HAIR HYPOPIGMENTATION, AND HAIR LOSS

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    50. MOLES JP; WATT FM
      THE EPIDERMAL STEM-CELL COMPARTMENT - VARIATION IN EXPRESSION LEVELS OF E-CADHERIN AND CATENINS WITHIN THE BASAL LAYER OF HUMAN EPIDERMIS

      The Journal of histochemistry and cytochemistry
    51. SEERY JP; CARROLL JM; CATTELL V; WATT FM
      ANTINUCLEAR AUTOANTIBODIES AND LUPUS NEPHRITIS IN TRANSGENIC MICE EXPRESSING INTERFERON-GAMMA IN THE EPIDERMIS

      The Journal of experimental medicine
    52. RUHRBERG C; HAJIBAGHERI MAN; PARRY DAD; WATT FM
      PERIPLAKIN, A NOVEL COMPONENT OF CORNIFIED ENVELOPES AND DESMOSOMES THAT BELONGS TO THE PLAKIN FAMILY AND FORMS COMPLEXES WITH ENVOPLAKIN

      The Journal of cell biology
    53. JONES PH; BISHOP LA; WATT FM
      FUNCTIONAL-SIGNIFICANCE OF CD9 ASSOCIATION WITH BETA(1) INTEGRINS IN HUMAN EPIDERMAL-KERATINOCYTES

      Cell adhesion and communication
    54. JONES J; SUGIYAMA M; GIANCOTTI F; SPEIGHT PM; WATT FM
      TRANSFECTION OF BETA(4) INTEGRIN SUBUNIT INTO A NEOPLASTIC KERATINOCYTE LINE FAILS TO RESTORE TERMINAL DIFFERENTIATION CAPACITY OR INFLUENCE PROLIFERATION

      Cell adhesion and communication
    55. WATT FM
      ROLE OF CELL-ADHESION IN REGULATING KERATINOCYTE GROWTH AND DIFFERENTIATION

      Molecular biology of the cell
    56. RUHRBERG C; WATT FM
      ENVOPLAKIN, A NEW KERATINOCYTE PROTEIN THAT IS A CORNIFIED ENVELOPE PRECURSOR AND BELONGS TO THE DESMOPLAKIN FAMILY

      Molecular biology of the cell
    57. JONES J; SUGIYAMA M; SPEIGHT PM; WATT FM
      RESTORATION OF ALPHA(V)BETA(5) INTEGRIN EXPRESSION IN NEOPLASTIC KERATINOCYTES RESULTS IN INCREASED CAPACITY FOR TERMINAL DIFFERENTIATION AND SUPPRESSION OF ANCHORAGE-INDEPENDENT GROWTH

      Oncogene
    58. RUHRBERG C; WILLIAMSON JA; SHEER D; WATT FM
      CHROMOSOMAL LOCALIZATION OF THE HUMAN ENVOPLAKIN GENE (EVPL) TO THE REGION OF THE TYLOSIS ESOPHAGEAL CANCER GENE (TOCG) ON 17Q25

      Genomics
    59. MOLES JP; WATT FM
      MITOCHONDRIAL ACTIVITY AND CADHERIN RECEPTORS AS KERATINOCYTE STEM-CELL MARKERS

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    60. ISHIDAYAMAMOTO A; EADY RAJ; WATT FM; ROOP DR; HOHL D; IIZUKA H
      ANALYSIS OF CORNIFIED CELL-ENVELOPE FORMATION BY CONFOCAL LASER-SCANNING MICROSCOPY AND IMMUNOELECTRON MICROSCOPY

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    61. HIRAO T; AOKI H; YOSHIDA T; SATO Y; WATT FM
      INDUCTION OF INTERLEUKIN-1 RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST BY ULTRAVIOLET-B IRRADIATION BOTH IN-VIVO AND IN-VITRO

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    62. ISHIDAYAMAMOTO A; EADY RAJ; WATT FM; ROOP DR; HOHL D; IIZUKA H
      IMMUNOELECTRON MICROSCOPIC ANALYSIS OF CORNIFIED CELL-ENVELOPE FORMATION IN NORMAL AND PSORIATIC EPIDERMIS

      The Journal of histochemistry and cytochemistry
    63. ZHU AJ; WATT FM
      EXPRESSION OF A DOMINANT-NEGATIVE CADHERIN MUTANT INHIBITS PROLIFERATION AND STIMULATES TERMINAL DIFFERENTIATION OF HUMAN EPIDERMAL-KERATINOCYTES

      Journal of Cell Science
    64. RUHRBERG C; HAJIBAGHERI MAN; SIMON M; DOOLEY TP; WATT FM
      ENVOPLAKIN, A NOVEL PRECURSOR OF THE CORNIFIED ENVELOPE THAT HAS HOMOLOGY TO DESMOPLAKIN

      The Journal of cell biology
    65. HUDSON DL; SPEIGHT PM; WATT FM
      ALTERED EXPRESSION OF CD44 ISOFORMS IN SQUAMOUS-CELL CARCINOMAS AND CELL-LINES DERIVED FROM THEM

      International journal of cancer
    66. BAGUTTI C; WOBUS AM; FASSLER R; WATT FM
      DIFFERENTIATION OF EMBRYONAL STEM-CELLS INTO KERATINOCYTES - COMPARISON OF WILD-TYPE AND BETA(1) INTEGRIN-DEFICIENT CELLS

      Developmental biology
    67. BRAGA VMM; HODIVALA KJ; WATT FM
      CALCIUM-INDUCED CHANGES IN DISTRIBUTION AND SOLUBILITY OF CADHERINS, INTEGRINS AND THEIR ASSOCIATED CYTOPLASMIC PROTEINS IN HUMAN KERATINOCYTES

      Cell adhesion and communication
    68. BISHOP LA; RAHMAN D; PAPPIN DJC; WATT FM
      IDENTIFICATION OF AN 80KD PROTEIN ASSOCIATED WITH THE ALPHA(3)BETA(1)INTEGRIN AS A PROTEOLYTIC FRAGMENT OF THE ALPHA(3) SUBUNIT - STUDIES WITH HUMAN KERATINOCYTES

      Cell adhesion and communication
    69. GANDARILLAS A; WATT FM
      CHANGES IN EXPRESSION OF MEMBERS OF THE FOS AND JUN FAMILIES AND MYC NETWORK DURING TERMINAL DIFFERENTIATION OF HUMAN KERATINOCYTES

      Oncogene
    70. GANDARILLAS A; WATT FM
      THE 5'-NONCODING REGION OF THE MOUSE INVOLUCRIN GENE - COMPARISON WITH THE HUMAN GENE AND GENES ENCODING OTHER CORNIFIED ENVELOPE PRECURSORS

      Mammalian genome
    71. CARROLL JM; ROMERO MR; WATT FM
      SUPRABASAL INTEGRIN EXPRESSION IN THE EPIDERMIS OF TRANSGENIC MICE RESULTS IN DEVELOPMENTAL DEFECTS AND A PHENOTYPE RESEMBLING PSORIASIS

      Cell
    72. JONES PH; HARPER S; WATT FM
      STEM-CELL PATTERNING AND FATE IN HUMAN EPIDERMIS

      Cell
    73. HERTLE MD; JONES PH; GROVES RW; HUDSON DL; WATT FM
      INTEGRIN EXPRESSION BY HUMAN EPIDERMAL-KERATINOCYTES CAN BE MODULATEDBY INTERFERON-GAMMA, TRANSFORMING GROWTH-FACTOR-BETA, TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR-ALPHA, AND CULTURE ON A DERMAL EQUIVALENT

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    74. JONES J; SPEIGHT PM; SUGIYAMA M; WATT FM
      THE ROLE OF THE VITRONECTIN RECEPTOR IN MALIGNANT ORAL EPITHELIUM

      Journal of dental research
    75. HUDSON DL; SLEEMAN J; WATT FM
      CD44 IS THE MAJOR PEANUT LECTIN-BINDING GLYCOPROTEIN OF HUMAN EPIDERMAL-KERATINOCYTES AND PLAYS A ROLE IN INTERCELLULAR-ADHESION

      Journal of Cell Science
    76. HOTCHIN NA; GANDARILLAS A; WATT FM
      REGULATION OF CELL-SURFACE BETA(1) INTEGRIN LEVELS DURING KERATINOCYTE TERMINAL DIFFERENTIATION

      The Journal of cell biology
    77. KARECLA PI; TIMPL R; WATT FM
      ADHESION OF HUMAN EPIDERMAL-KERATINOCYTES TO LAMININ

      Cell adhesion and communication
    78. WATT FM; HODIVALA KJ
      CELL-ADHESION - FIBRONECTIN AND INTEGRIN KNOCKOUTS COME UNSTUCK

      Current biology
    79. SPIEGELMAN B; WATT FM
      CELL-DIFFERENTIATION - EDITORIAL OVERVIEW

      Current opinion in cell biology
    80. HODIVALA KJ; PEI XF; LIU QY; JONES PH; RYTINA ERC; GILBERT C; SINGER A; WATT FM
      INTEGRIN EXPRESSION AND FUNCTION IN HPV16-IMMORTALIZED HUMAN KERATINOCYTES IN THE PRESENCE OR ABSENCE OF V-HA-RAS - COMPARISON WITH CERVICAL INTRAEPITHELIAL NEOPLASIA

      Oncogene
    81. WATT FM
      STUDIES WITH CULTURED HUMAN EPIDERMAL-KERATINOCYTES - POTENTIAL RELEVANCE TO CORNEAL WOUND-HEALING

      Eye
    82. WATT FM
      ROLE OF ADHESIVE RECEPTORS IN REGULATING KERATINOCYTE DIFFERENTIATIONAND STRATIFICATION

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    83. WATT FM
      ROLE OF ADHESIVE RECEPTORS IN REGULATING KERATINOCYTE DIFFERENTIATIONAND STRATIFICATION

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    84. HODIVALA KJ; WATT FM
      EVIDENCE THAT CADHERINS PLAY A ROLE IN THE DOWN-REGULATION OF INTEGRIN EXPRESSION THAT OCCURS DURING KERATINOCYTE TERMINAL DIFFERENTIATION

      The Journal of cell biology
    85. TENCHINI ML; ADAMS JC; GILBERTY C; STEEL J; HUDSON DL; MALCOVATI M; WATT FM
      EVIDENCE AGAINST A MAJOR ROLE FOR INTEGRINS IN CALCIUM-DEPENDENT INTERCELLULAR-ADHESION OF EPIDERMAL-KERATINOCYTES

      Cell adhesion and communication
    86. ADAMS JC; WATT FM
      REGULATION OF DEVELOPMENT AND DIFFERENTIATION BY THE EXTRACELLULAR-MATRIX

      Development
    87. WATT FM; JONES PH
      EXPRESSION AND FUNCTION OF THE KERATINOCYTE INTEGRINS

      Development
    88. HODIVALA KJ; WATT FM
      CALCIUM-INDUCED STRATIFICATION OF HUMAN KERATINOCYTES - EVIDENCE OF INTEGRIN-CADHERIN INTERACTIONS

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    89. SUGIYAMA M; SPEIGHT PM; PRIME SS; WATT FM
      COMPARISON OF INTEGRIN EXPRESSION AND TERMINAL DIFFERENTIATION CAPACITY IN CELL-LINES DERIVED FROM ORAL SQUAMOUS-CELL CARCINOMAS

      Carcinogenesis
    90. JONES PH; WATT FM
      SEPARATION OF HUMAN EPIDERMAL STEM-CELLS FROM TRANSIT AMPLIFYING CELLS ON THE BASIS OF DIFFERENCES IN INTEGRIN FUNCTION AND EXPRESSION

      Cell
    91. DOWNER CS; WATT FM; SPEIGHT PM
      LOSS OF ALPHA-6 AND BETA-4 INTEGRIN SUBUNITS COINCIDES WITH LOSS OF BASEMENT-MEMBRANE COMPONENTS IN ORAL SQUAMOUS-CELL CARCINOMAS

      Journal of pathology
    92. KUBLER MD; WATT FM
      CHANGES IN THE DISTRIBUTION OF ACTIN-ASSOCIATED PROTEINS DURING EPIDERMAL WOUND-HEALING

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    93. HOTCHIN NA; KOVACH NL; WATT FM
      FUNCTIONAL DOWN-REGULATION OF ALPHA(5)BETA(1) INTEGRIN IN KERATINOCYTES IS REVERSIBLE BUT COMMITMENT TO TERMINAL DIFFERENTIATION IS NOT

      Journal of Cell Science
    94. WATT FM; KUBLER MD; HOTCHIN NA; NICHOLSON LJ; ADAMS JC
      REGULATION OF KERATINOCYTE TERMINAL DIFFERENTIATION BY INTEGRIN-EXTRACELLULAR MATRIX INTERACTIONS

      Journal of Cell Science


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