ML Publications

  1. Cover Image: Are melanocyte-associated peptides the elusive autoantigens in alopecia areata? Bertolini M, Rossi A, Paus R. Br J Dermatol. 2017 Apr

 

  1. Analysis of the paired TCR alpha- and beta-chains of single, intralesional CD8+T-cells in alopecia areata patients. M. Bertolini, S. Altendorf, Y. Uchida, D. Below, R. Kelsch, Q. Zhou, A. Rossi, K. Dornmair, R. Paus. Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 2017, Vol. 137, Issue 5, S14. Abstract: 081

 

  1. Fluoxetine promotes human hair follicle pigmentation: A new anti-greying strategy. J. Gherardini, J. Chéret, M. Bertolini, R. Paus. Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 2017, Vol. 137, Issue 5, S142. Abstract: 829

 

  1. Olfactory receptor stimulation promotes human hair growth. J. Chéret, M. Bertolini, T. Tsai, M. Alam, H. Hatt, R. Paus. Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 2017, Vol. 137, Issue 5, S152. Abstract: 884

 

  1. Towards the analysis of the paired TCR alpha- and beta-chains of single alopecia areata-specific human CD8+ T-cells. M. Bertolini, S. Altendorf, Y. Uchida, D. A. Below, Q. Zhou, A. Rossi, K. Dornmair, R. Paus. Experimental Dermatology, 2017, 26:E1–E115. Abstract: P159

 

  1. Unexpected cutaneous benefits of pleasant smell: olfactory receptor stimulation promotes human hair growth. J. Chéret, L. Ponce, M. Bertolini, T. Tsai, M. Alam, H. Hatt, R. Paus. Experimental Dermatology, 2017, 26:E1–E115. Abstract: P237

 

  1. A novel treatment principle in anti-hirsutism management: an osteopontin-derived peptide potently inhibits human hair growth in vitro and in vivo. M. Alam, M. Bertolini, A. Keren, J. Gherardini, L. Ponce, A. Gilhar, R. Paus. Experimental Dermatology, 2017, 26:E1–E115. Abstract: P240

 

  1. P-cadherin-mediated signaling: a novel, clinically relevant differential modulator of matrix metalloproteinase activity in human skin physiology? A. Peled, M. Alam, J. Gherardini, L. Samuelov, T. Bíró, Z. Yue, C. Platt, E. Sprecher, M. Bertolini. R. Paus. Experimental Dermatology, 2017, 26:E1–E115. Abstract: P242

 

  1. Growth hormone-induced signaling: A novel, intrafollicular neuroendocrine control of human hair growth. M. Alam, D. Below, R. Clayton, M. Bertolini, J. Chéret, R. Paus. Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 2016, Vol. 136, Issue 9. Abstract: 214

 

  1. Human hair follicles can “smell”: OR2AT4-mediated hair growth regulation. J. Chéret, L.M. Ponce Moya, M. Bertolini, T. Tsai, M. Alam, H. Hatt, R. Paus. Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 2016, Vol. 136, Issue 9. Abstract: 216

 

  1. The adenosine-generating ecto-enzyme CD73 regulates human hair growth. L.M. Ponce Moya, M. Bertolini, Y. Uchida, K. Figlak, J. Chéret, H. Waldmann, R. Paus.  Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 2016, Vol. 136, Issue 9. Abstract: 217

 

  1. Vδ1+T-cells are stress-sentinels in human skin and are implicated in alopecia areata pathogenesis.  Y. Uchida, J. Gherardini, M. Alam, A. Keren, A. Arakawa, A. Rossi, A. Gilhar, T. Kanekura, M. Bertolini, R. Paus.  Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 2016, Vol. 136, Issue 9. Abstract: 396

 

  1. CD34+ skin resident precursor cells may contribute to maintain tissue resident macrophages in human skin and are stimulated by substance P and IFNγ. J. Gherardini, Y. Uchida, J. Chéret, M. Alam, M. Bertolini, R. Paus. Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 2016, Vol. 136, Issue 9. Abstract: 407

 

  1. γδ T cells as novel players in alopecia areata pathobiology: Vδ1+ T lymphocytes may recognize “stressed” hair follicle keratinocytes, leading to IFNγ-dependent hair follicle dystrophy and immune privilege collapse. Y. Uchida, M. Bertolini, M. Alam, J. Gherardini, A. Rossi, A. Gilhar, T. Kanekura, R. Paus . Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 2016, Vol. 136, Issue 5. Abstract: 051

 

  1. Mast cells survival and maturation in human skin are regulated and maintained by sensory nerve fibers. J. Chéret, L. Ponce, C. Le Gall-Ianotto, L. Misery, M. Bertolini, R. Paus. Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 2016, Vol. 136, Issue 5, S75. Abstract: 425

 

  1. Human skin harbors tissue-resident macrophages, which may differentiate from CD34+ intracutaneous precursor cells under conditions of neurogenic inflammation. J. Gherardini, Y. Uchida, J. Chéret, M. Alam, M. Bertolini, R. Paus. Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 2016, Vol. 136, Issue 5. Abstract: 475

 

  1. Vasoactive intestinal peptide (VIP) regulates human melanocyte biology and hair follicle pigmentation. M. Bertolini, M. Bähr, M. Sulk, L. Ponce, J.A. Hardman, T. Bíró, D. Tobin, R. Paus. Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 2016, Vol. 136, Issue 5. Abstract: 664

 

  1. Growth hormone-induced signaling as a novel, intrafollicular neuroendocrine control of human hair growth. D. Below, M. Alam, R. Clayton, J. Chéret, M. Bertolini, R. Paus. Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 2016, Vol. 136, Issue 5. Abstract: 670

 

  1. The adenosine-generating ecto-enzyme, CD73, functions as an intrafollicular regulator of human hair growth. M. Bertolini, L. Ponce, Y. Uchida, K. Figlak, J. Chéret, H. Waldmann, R. Paus. Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 2016, Vol. 136, Issue 5. Abstract: 671

 

  1. PPARγ-mediated signalling regulates mitochondrial energy metabolism in human hair follicle epithelium. M. Alam, Y. Ramot, L. Ponce, J. Chéret, M. Bertolini, R. Paus. Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 2016, Vol. 136, Issue 5. Abstract: 672

 

  1. Growth hormone as a new player in human hair follicle biology.  M. Alam , D. A. Below , R. Clayton , J. Chéret, M. Bertolini, R. Paus. Experimental Dermatology, 2016, 25, E1–E54. Abstract: P073

 

  1. Do tissue-resident macrophages in human skin derive from intradermal CD34+ progenitor cells? J. Gherardini, Y. Uchida, J. Chéret, M. Alam, M. Bertolini, R. Paus. Experimental Dermatology, 2016, 25, E1–E54. Abstract: P152

 

  1. Does PPARc-mediated signalling regulate mitochondrial energy metabolism human hair follicle epithelium? M. Alam, Y. Ramot, L. Ponce, J. Chéret, M. Bertolini, R. Paus. Experimental Dermatology, 2016, 25, E1–E54. Abstract: P271

 

  1. CD73 and CD39: immune-inhibitory ecto-enzymes as novel regulators of human hair growth. M. Bertolini, L. Ponce, K. Figlak, Y. Uchida,  J. Chéret, H. Waldmann, R. Paus. Experimental Dermatology, 2016, 25, E1–E54. Abstract: P272

 

  1. The presence of peptidergic myelinated sensory nerve fibers in reinnervated human skin model promotes mast cells survival and may induce their maturation from resident progenitor cells. J. Chéret, L. Ponce, C. Le Gall-Ianotto, L. Misery, M. Bertolini, R. Paus. Experimental Dermatology, 2016, 25, E1–E54. Abstract: P273 

 

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