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    1. Linder, KE
      Skin biopsy site selection in small animal dermatology with an introduction to histologic pattern-analysis of inflammatory skin lesions

      CLINICAL TECHNIQUES IN SMALL ANIMAL PRACTICE
    2. Berg, D; Asgari, M
      Evidence-based medicine for dermatologic surgeons: Concepts in critical appraisal of information

      DERMATOLOGIC SURGERY
    3. Cao, TY; Arin, MJ; Roop, DR
      Gene therapy for inherited skin diseases

      CURRENT PROBLEMS IN DERMATOLOGY-US
    4. Eyden, B; Tzaphlidou, M
      Structural variations of collagen in normal and pathological tissues: roleof electron microscopy

      MICRON
    5. Ryoo, YW; Kim, BC; Lee, KS
      Characterization of mutations of the type VII collagen gene (COL7A1) in recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa mitis (M-RDEB) from three Korean patients

      JOURNAL OF DERMATOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    6. Ghohestani, RF; Li, KH; Rousselle, P; Uitto, J
      Molecular organization of the cutaneous basement membrane zone

      CLINICS IN DERMATOLOGY
    7. McGrath, JA
      Gene mutations, great expectations

      CLINICS IN DERMATOLOGY
    8. Andree, C; Reimer, C; Page, CP; Slama, J; Stark, BG; Eriksson, E
      Basement membrane formation during wound healing is dependent on epidermaltransplants

      PLASTIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY
    9. Vaccaro, M; Moretti, G; Guarneri, F; Cannavo, S; Magaudda, L
      "Sporadic" dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa: a new dominant or mitis recessive mutation?

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF DERMATOLOGY
    10. Barrandon, Y
      Regeneration of human epidermis by transplanted keratinocyte stem cells

      EUROPEAN CYTOKINE NETWORK
    11. Uitto, J; Pulkkinen, L
      The genodermatoses: Candidate diseases for gene therapy

      HUMAN GENE THERAPY
    12. Kaneko, K; Kakuta, M; Ohtomo, Y; Shimizu, T; Yamashiro, Y; Ogawa, H; Manabe, M
      Renal amyloidosis in recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa

      DERMATOLOGY
    13. Sat, E; Leung, KH; Bruckner-Tuderman, L; Cheah, KSE
      Tissue-specific expression and long-term deposition of human collagen VII in the skin of transgenic mice: implications for gene therapy

      GENE THERAPY
    14. Sadick, NS
      Antibiotics: Unapproved uses or indications

      CLINICS IN DERMATOLOGY
    15. Lee, JYY; Li, C; Chao, SC; Pulkkinen, L; Uitto, J
      A de novo glycine substitution mutation in the collagenous domain of COL7A1 in dominant dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa

      ARCHIVES OF DERMATOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    16. Klingberg, S; Mortimore, R; Parkes, J; Chick, JED; Clague, AE; Murrell, D; Weedon, D; Glass, IA
      Prenatal diagnosis of dominant dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa, by COL7A1molecular analysis

      PRENATAL DIAGNOSIS
    17. Karelina, TV; Bannikov, GA; Eisen, AZ
      Basement membrane zone remodeling during appendageal development in human fetal skin. The absence of type VII collagen is associated with gelatinase-A (MMP2) activity

      JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIVE DERMATOLOGY
    18. Gustafsson, E; Fassler, R
      Insights into extracellular matrix functions from mutant mouse models

      EXPERIMENTAL CELL RESEARCH
    19. Byers, PH
      Collagens: building blocks at the end of the development line

      CLINICAL GENETICS
    20. Sidwell, RU; Yates, R; Atherton, D
      Dilated cardiomyopathy in dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa

      ARCHIVES OF DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD
    21. Gardella, R; Zoppi, N; Ferraboli, S; Marini, D; Tadini, G; Barlati, S; Colombi, M
      Three homozygous PTC mutations in the collagen type VII gene of patients affected by recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa: Analysis of transcript levels in dermal fibroblasts

      HUMAN MUTATION
    22. Bosch, RJ; Gallardo, MA; del Portal, GR; Snchez, P; Arce, MF; Herrera, E
      Squamous cell carcinoma secondary to recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa: report of eight tumours in four patients

      JOURNAL OF THE EUROPEAN ACADEMY OF DERMATOLOGY AND VENEREOLOGY
    23. Bruckner-Tuderman, L
      Hereditary skin diseases of anchoring fibrils

      JOURNAL OF DERMATOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    24. Cserhalmi-Friedman, PB; Grossman, J; Karpati, S; Ahmad, W; Horvath, A; Christiano, AM
      Identification of a de novo glycine substitution in the type VII collagen gene in a proband with mild dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa

      EXPERIMENTAL DERMATOLOGY
    25. Mellerio, JE
      Molecular pathology of the cutaneous basement membrane zone

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL DERMATOLOGY
    26. Olivry, T; Dunston, SM; Marinkovich, MP
      Reduced anchoring fibril formation and collagen VII immunoreactivity in feline dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa

      VETERINARY PATHOLOGY
    27. Hanson, SG; Fine, JD; Levy, ML
      Three new cases of transient bullous dermolysis of the newborn

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF DERMATOLOGY
    28. Whittock, NV; Ashton, GHS; Mohammedi, R; Mellerio, JE; Mathew, CG; Abbs, SJ; Eady, RAJ; McGrath, JA
      Comparative mutation detection screening of the type VII collagen gene (COL7A1) using the protein truncation test, fluorescent chemical cleavage of mismatch, and conformation sensitive gel electrophoresis

      JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIVE DERMATOLOGY
    29. Talas, G; Brown, RA; McGrouther, DA
      Role of phenytoin in wound healing - A wound pharmacology perspective

      BIOCHEMICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    30. McGrath, JA; Eady, RAJ
      Molecular basis ef blistering skin diseases

      HOSPITAL MEDICINE
    31. Amichai, B; Grunwald, MH
      Tetracyclines and their uses in dermatology

      JOURNAL OF DERMATOLOGICAL TREATMENT
    32. SHIMIZU H
      NEW INSIGHTS INTO THE IMMUNOULTRASTRUCTURAL ORGANIZATION OF CUTANEOUSBASEMENT-MEMBRANE ZONE MOLECULES

      Experimental dermatology
    33. MCGRATH JA; HANDYSIDE AH
      PREIMPLANTATION GENETIC DIAGNOSIS OF SEVERE INHERITED SKIN DISEASES

      Experimental dermatology
    34. KOSSARD S; LEE S
      LICHEN PLANOPORITIS - KERATOSIS LICHENOIDES CHRONICA REVISITED

      Journal of cutaneous pathology
    35. FUJIMOTO T; LANE GJ; MIYANO T; YAGUCHI H; KOIKE M; MANABE M; OGAWA H; MIZUSHIMA A; SUZUKI G
      ESOPHAGEAL STRICTURES IN CHILDREN WITH RECESSIVE DYSTROPHIC EPIDERMOLYSIS-BULLOSA - EXPERIENCE OF BALLOON DILATATION IN 9 CASES

      Journal of pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition
    36. HORCH RE; CORBEI O; FORMANEKCORBEI B; BRANDSABERI B; VANSCHEIDT W; STARK GB
      RECONSTITUTION OF BASEMENT-MEMBRANE AFTER SANDWICH TECHNIQUE SKIN-GRAFTING FOR SEVERE BURNS DEMONSTRATED BY IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY

      The Journal of burn care & rehabilitation
    37. Cserhalmi-Friedman, PB; McGrath, JA; Mellerio, JE; Romero, R; Salas-Alanis, JC; Paller, AS; Dietz, HC; Christiano, AM
      Restoration of open reading frame resulting from skipping of an exon with an internal deletion in the COL7A1 gene

      LABORATORY INVESTIGATION
    38. Hammami-Hauasli, N; Raghunath, M; Kuster, W; Bruckner-Tuderman, L
      Transient bullous dermolysis of the newborn associated with compound heterozygosity for recessive and dominant COL7A1 mutations

      JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIVE DERMATOLOGY
    39. HAMMAMIHAUASLI N; SCHUMANN H; RAGHUNATH M; KILGUS O; LUTHI U; LUGER T; BRUCKNERTUDERMAN L
      SOME, BUT NOT ALL, GLYCINE SUBSTITUTION MUTATIONS IN COL7A1 RESULT ININTRACELLULAR ACCUMULATION OF COLLAGEN-VII, LOSS OF ANCHORING FIBRILS, AND SKIN BLISTERING

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    40. VINDEVOGHEL L; KON A; LECHLEIDER RJ; UITTO J; ROBERTS AB; MAUVIEL A
      SMAD-DEPENDENT TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION OF HUMAN TYPE-VII COLLAGEN GENE (COL7A1) PROMOTER BY TRANSFORMING-GROWTH-FACTOR-BETA

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    41. TALAS G; ADAMS TST; EASTWOOD M; RUBIO G; BROWN RA
      PHENYTOIN REDUCES THE CONTRACTION OF RECESSIVE DYSTROPHIC EPIDERMOLYSIS-BULLOSA FIBROBLAST POPULATED COLLAGEN GELS

      International journal of biochemistry & cell biology
    42. KEENE DR; MARINKOVICH MP; SAKAI LY
      IMMUNODISSECTION OF THE CONNECTIVE-TISSUE MATRIX IN HUMAN SKIN

      Microscopy research and technique
    43. JARVIKALLIO A; PULKKINEN L; UITTO J
      MOLECULAR-BASIS OF DYSTROPHIC EPIDERMOLYSIS-BULLOSA - MUTATIONS IS THE TYPE-VII COLLAGEN GENE (COL7A1)

      Human mutation
    44. CHRISTIANO AM; HOFFMAN GG; ZHANG X; XU YL; TAMAI Y; GREENSPAN DS; UITTO J
      STRATEGY FOR IDENTIFICATION OF SEQUENCE VARIANTS IN COL7A1 AND A NOVEL 2-BP DELETION MUTATION IN RECESSIVE DYSTROPHIC EPIDERMOLYSIS-BULLOSA

      Human mutation
    45. CAMBIAGHI S; BRUSASCO A; RESTANO L; CAVALLI R; TADINI G
      EPIDERMOLYSIS-BULLOSA PRURIGINOSA

      Dermatology
    46. VERPLANCKE P; BEELE H; MONSTREY S; NAEYAERT JM
      TREATMENT OF DYSTROPHIC EPIDERMOLYSIS-BULLOSA WITH AUTOLOGOUS MESHED SPLIT-THICKNESS SKIN-GRAFTS AND ALLOGENEIC CULTURED KERATINOCYTES

      Dermatology
    47. CSERHALMIFRIEDMAN PB; KARPATI S; HORVATH A; CHRISTIANO AM
      IDENTIFICATION OF THE GLYCINE-TO-ARGININE SUBSTITUTION G2043R IN TYPE-VII COLLAGEN IN A FAMILY WITH DOMINANT DYSTROPHIC EPIDERMOLYSIS-BULLOSA FROM HUNGARY

      Experimental dermatology
    48. KAHARI VM; SAARIALHOKERE U
      MATRIX METALLOPROTEINASES IN SKIN

      Experimental dermatology
    49. CSERHALMIFRIEDMAN PB; KARPATI S; HORVATH A; CHRISTIANO AM
      IDENTIFICATION OF A GLYCINE SUBSTITUTION AND A SPLICE-SITE MUTATION IN THE TYPE-VII COLLAGEN GENE IN A PROBAND WITH MITIS RECESSIVE DYSTROPHIC EPIDERMOLYSIS-BULLOSA

      Archives of dermatological research
    50. BASTIN KT; STEEVES RA; RICHARDS MJS
      RADIATION-THERAPY FOR SQUAMOUS-CELL CARCINOMA IN DYSTROPHIC EPIDERMOLYSIS-BULLOSA - CASE-REPORTS AND LITERATURE-REVIEW

      American journal of clinical oncology
    51. BATTEUX F; FRANCK N; JAFFRAY P; RAULO M; PROST C; LEIBOWITCH M; ESCANDE JP; WEILL B
      AN EXTRACT FROM CULTURED HUMAN KERATINOCYTES THAT CONTAINS THE MAJOR AUTOANTIGENS RELATED TO AUTOIMMUNE BULLOUS SKIN DISEASES

      Journal of clinical immunology
    52. OLSEN CB; BOURKE LF
      RECESSIVE DYSTROPHIC EPIDERMOLYSIS-BULLOSA - 2 CASE-REPORTS WITH 20-YEAR FOLLOW-UP

      Australian dental journal
    53. SHIMIZU H; ISHIKO A; MASUNAGA T; KURIHARA Y; SATO M; BRUCKNERTUDERMAN L; NISHIKAWA T
      MOST ANCHORING FIBRILS IN HUMAN SKIN ORIGINATE AND TERMINATE IN THE LAMINA DENSA

      Laboratory investigation
    54. CHRISTIANO AM; FINE JD; UITTO J
      GENETIC-BASIS OF DOMINANTLY INHERITED TRANSIENT BULLOUS DERMOLYSIS OFTHE NEWBORN - A SPLICE-SITE MUTATION IN THE TYPE-VII COLLAGEN GENE

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    55. HAMMAMIHAUASLI N; KALINKE DU; SCHUMANN H; KALINKE U; PONTZ BF; ANTONLAMPRECHT I; PULKKINEN L; ZIMMERMANN M; UITTO J; BRUCKNERTUDERMAN L
      A COMBINATION OF A COMMON SPLICE-SITE MUTATION AND A FRAMESHIFT MUTATION IN THE COL7A1 GENE - ABSENCE OF FUNCTIONAL COLLAGEN-VII IN KERATINOCYTES AND SKIN

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    56. VINDEVOGHEL L; CHUNG KY; DAVIS A; KOUBA D; KIVIRIKKO S; ALDER H; UITTO J; MAUVIEL A
      A GT-RICH SEQUENCE BINDING THE TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR SP1 IS CRUCIAL FOR HIGH EXPRESSION OF THE HUMAN TYPE-VII COLLAGEN GENE (COL7A1) IN FIBROBLASTS AND KERATINOCYTES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    57. KORGE BP; KRIEG T
      THE MOLECULAR-BASIS FOR INHERITED BULLOUS DISEASES

      Journal of molecular medicine
    58. YAMANISHI K
      GENE ANALYSIS OF HUMAN SKIN AND SKIN DISEASES

      Journal of dermatological science
    59. BRUCKNERTUDERMAN L
      BLISTERING SKIN DISEASES - MODELS FOR STUDIES ON EPIDERMAL-DERMAL ADHESION

      Biochemistry and cell biology
    60. MUDA AO; PARADISI M; ANGELO C; PUDDU P; FARAGGIANA T
      3-DIMENSIONAL DISTRIBUTION OF BASEMENT-MEMBRANE COMPONENTS IN DYSTROPHIC RECESSIVE EPIDERMOLYSIS-BULLOSA

      Journal of pathology
    61. REKDAL O; OSTERUD B; SVENDSEN JS; WINBERG JO
      EVIDENCE FOR EXCLUSIVE ROLE OF THE P55 TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR (TNF) RECEPTOR IN MEDIATING THE TNF-INDUCED COLLAGENASE EXPRESSION BY HUMAN DERMAL FIBROBLASTS

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    62. CHAN LS; WOODLEY DT
      THE 105-KDA BASEMENT-MEMBRANE AUTOANTIGEN P105 IS N-TERMINALLY HOMOLOGOUS TO A TUMOR-ASSOCIATED ANTIGEN

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    63. CHRISTIANO AM; BART BJ; EPSTEIN EH; UITTO J
      GENETIC-BASIS OF BARTS-SYNDROME - A GLYCINE SUBSTITUTION MUTATION IN THE TYPE-VII COLLAGEN GENE (VOL 106, PG 778, 1996)

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    64. CHRISTIANO AM; DALESSIO M; PARADISI M; ANGELO C; MAZZANTI C; PUDDU P; UITTO J
      A COMMON INSERTION MUTATION IN COL7A1 IN 2 ITALIAN FAMILIES WITH RECESSIVE DYSTROPHIC EPIDERMOLYSIS-BULLOSA

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    65. CHRISTIANO AM; BART BJ; EPSTEIN EH; UITTO J
      GENETIC-BASIS OF BARTS-SYNDROME - A GLYCINE SUBSTITUTION MUTATION IN THE TYPE-VII COLLAGEN GENE

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    66. FINKE C; HAAS N; CZARNETZKI BM
      DENTAL TREATMENT AS A VALUABLE ADJUNCT IN THE INTERDISCIPLINARY MANAGEMENT OF A CHILD WITH SEVERE DYSTROPHIC EPIDERMOLYSIS-BULLOSA (HALLOPEAU-SIEMENS)

      Hautarzt
    67. PALLER AS
      LESSONS FROM SKIN BLISTERING - MOLECULAR MECHANISMS AND UNUSUAL PATTERNS OF INHERITANCE

      The American journal of pathology
    68. DEBIE SL; DEPAEPE AM
      LINKAGE ANALYSIS, A PRIMER FOR DERMATOLOGISTS

      EJD. European journal of dermatology
    69. LOSPALLUTI M; LOSPALLUTI RP
      CUTANEOUS INVOLVEMENT IN CHILDHOOD LIVER- DISEASE

      Rivista italiana di pediatria
    70. PROCKOP DJ; KIVIRIKKO KI
      COLLAGENS - MOLECULAR-BIOLOGY, DISEASES, AND POTENTIALS FOR THERAPY

      Annual review of biochemistry
    71. GOWRAVARAM MR; TOMCZUK BE; JOHNSON JS; DELECKI D; COOK ER; GHOSE AK; MATHIOWETZ AM; SPURLINO JC; RUBIN B; SMITH DL; PULVINO T; WAHL RC
      INHIBITION OF MATRIX METALLOPROTEINASES BY HYDROXAMATES CONTAINING HETEROATOM-BASED MODIFICATIONS OF THE P-1' GROUP

      Journal of medicinal chemistry
    72. BRUCKNERTUDERMAN L; NILSSEN O; ZIMMERMANN DR; DOURSZIMMERMANN MT; KALINKE DU; GEDDEDAHL T; WINBERG JO
      IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL AND MUTATION ANALYSES DEMONSTRATE THAT PROCOLLAGEN-VII IS PROCESSED TO COLLAGEN-VII THROUGH REMOVAL OF THE NC-2 DOMAIN

      The Journal of cell biology
    73. FLUG M; KOPFMAIER P
      THE BASEMENT-MEMBRANE AND ITS INVOLVEMENT IN CARCINOMA CELL INVASION

      Acta anatomica
    74. COLLOD G; BABRON MC; JONDEAU G; COULON M; WEISSENBACH J; DUBOURG O; BOURDARIAS JP; BONAITIPELLIE C; JUNIEN C; BOILEAU C
      A 2ND LOCUS FOR MARFAN-SYNDROME MAPS TO CHROMOSOME-3P24.2-P25

      Nature genetics
    75. BRUCKNERTUDERMAN L
      COLLAGEN-VII AND BULLOUS DISORDERS OF THE SKIN

      Dermatology
    76. CHRISTIANO AM; HOFFMAN GG; CHUNGHONET LC; LEE SB; CHENG W; UITTO J; GREENSPAN DS
      STRUCTURAL ORGANIZATION OF THE HUMAN TYPE-VII COLLAGEN GENE (COL7A1),COMPOSED OF MORE EXONS THAN ANY PREVIOUSLY CHARACTERIZED GENE

      Genomics
    77. PHILLIPS RJ; APLIN JD; LAKE BD
      ANTIGENIC EXPRESSION OF INTEGRIN ALPHA-6-BETA-4 IN JUNCTIONAL EPIDERMOLYSIS-BULLOSA

      Histopathology
    78. SARRET Y; NICOLAS JF; VERRANDO P; SCHMITT D
      THE DERMAL-EPIDERMAL JUNCTION - AN UPDATE

      Annales de dermatologie et de venereologie
    79. TILSTRA DJ; BYERS PH
      MOLECULAR-BASIS OF HEREDITARY DISORDERS OF CONNECTIVE-TISSUE

      Annual review of medicine
    80. EADY RAJ; MCGRATH JA; MCMILLAN JR
      ULTRASTRUCTURAL CLUES TO GENETIC-DISORDERS OF SKIN - THE DERMAL-EPIDERMAL JUNCTION

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    81. LAPIERE JC; CHEN JD; IWASAKI T; HU LR; UITTO J; WOODLEY DT
      TYPE-VII COLLAGEN SPECIFICALLY BINDS FIBRONECTIN VIA A UNIQUE SUBDOMAIN WITHIN THE COLLAGENOUS TRIPLE-HELIX

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    82. UITTO J
      GENETIC-LINKAGE MAPPING OF HERITABLE SKIN DISEASES - POSITIONAL CLONING VERSUS THE CANDIDATE GENE APPROACH

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    83. MCGOWAN KA; BAUER EA; SMITH LT
      LOCALIZATION OF TYPE-I HUMAN SKIN COLLAGENASE IN DEVELOPING EMBRYONICAND FETAL SKIN

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    84. RUDNICKA L; VARGA J; CHRISTIANO AM; IOZZO RV; JIMENEZ SA; UITTO J
      ELEVATED EXPRESSION OF TYPE-VII COLLAGEN IN THE SKIN OF PATIENTS WITHSYSTEMIC-SCLEROSIS - REGULATION BY TRANSFORMING GROWTH-FACTOR-BETA

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    85. CHRISTIANO AM; GREENSPAN DS; LEE S; UITTO J
      CLONING OF HUMAN TYPE-VII COLLAGEN - COMPLETE PRIMARY SEQUENCE OF THEALPHA-1(VII) CHAIN AND IDENTIFICATION OF INTRAGENIC POLYMORPHISMS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    86. TANAKA T; TAKAHASHI K; FURUKAWA F; IMAMURA S
      THE EPITOPE FOR ANTI-TYPE-VII COLLAGEN MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODY (LH7-2) LOCATES AT THE CENTRAL REGION OF THE N-TERMINAL NONCOLLAGENOUS DOMAIN OFTYPE-VII COLLAGEN

      British journal of dermatology
    87. PHILLIPS RJ; ATHERTON DJ; GIBBS ML; STROBEL S; LAKE BD
      LARYNGO-ONYCHO-CUTANEOUS SYNDROME - AN INHERITED EPITHELIAL DEFECT

      Archives of Disease in Childhood
    88. YANCEY KB
      FROM BEDSIDE TO BENCH AND BACK - THE DIAGNOSIS AND BIOLOGY OF BULLOUSDISEASES

      Archives of dermatology
    89. SALAMON T
      REGRESSION AND DISAPPEARANCE OF CLINICAL SYMPTOMS IN SOME CASES OF GENODERMATOSIS

      Dermatology
    90. KOPFMAIER P; SCHROTERKERMANI C
      DISTRIBUTION OF TYPE-VII COLLAGEN IN XENOGRAFTED HUMAN CARCINOMAS

      Cell and tissue research
    91. NAEYAERT JM; BEELE H; VANDEGHINSTE N; KINT B; DEBERSAQUES J; GEERTS ML; KINT A
      PRETIBIAL EPIDERMOLYSIS-BULLOSA - A FAMIL Y WITH LICHENOID LESIONS

      Annales de dermatologie et de venereologie
    92. UITTO J
      CELL-CELL AND CELL-MATRIX INTERACTIONS IN THE SKIN

      Laboratory investigation
    93. RIFKIN BR; VERNILLO AT; GOLUB LM
      BLOCKING PERIODONTAL-DISEASE PROGRESSION BY INHIBITING TISSUE-DESTRUCTIVE ENZYMES - A POTENTIAL THERAPEUTIC ROLE FOR TETRACYCLINES AND THEIR CHEMICALLY-MODIFIED ANALOGS

      Journal of periodontology
    94. CHAPMAN KT; KOPKA IE; DURETTE PL; ESSER CK; LANZA TJ; IZQUIERDOMARTIN M; NIEDZWIECKI L; CHANG B; HARRISON RK; KUO DW; LIN TY; STEIN RL; HAGMANN WK
      INHIBITION OF MATRIX METALLOPROTEINASES BY N-CARBOXYALKYL PEPTIDES

      Journal of medicinal chemistry
    95. MARINKOVICH MP
      THE MOLECULAR-GENETICS OF BASEMENT-MEMBRANE DISEASES

      Archives of dermatology
    96. HOLBROOK KA; SMITH LT; ELIAS S
      PRENATAL-DIAGNOSIS OF GENETIC SKIN-DISEASE USING FETAL SKIN BIOPSY SAMPLES

      Archives of dermatology
    97. CHRISTIANO AM; UITTO J
      DNA-BASED PRENATAL-DIAGNOSIS OF HERITABLE SKIN DISEASES

      Archives of dermatology
    98. VOGEL JC
      KERATINOCYTE GENE-THERAPY

      Archives of dermatology
    99. GRIFFIN RP; MAYOU BJ
      THE ANESTHETIC MANAGEMENT OF PATIENTS WITH DYSTROPHIC EPIDERMOLYSIS-BULLOSA - A REVIEW OF 44 PATIENTS OVER A 10-YEAR PERIOD

      Anaesthesia
    100. ALMEIDA BM; CHALLACOMBE SJ; EVESON JW; SMITH CG; LEIGH IM
      A NOVEL LAMINA-LUCIDA COMPONENT OF EPITHELIAL AND ENDOTHELIAL BASEMENT-MEMBRANES DETECTED BY LH39 MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODY

      Journal of pathology


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