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Wound Healing • Nebraska Surgical Research

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Pertinent References

  1. Carlson MA, Zhu M, Abrams JM, Grinnell F. Human fibroblasts in a mechanically stressed matrix undergo apoptosis after stress removal. Surg Forum 1998;49:643-645. [pdf]

  2. Grinnell F, Zhu M, Carlson MA, Abrams JM. Release of mechanical tension triggers apoptosis of human fibroblasts in a model of regressing granulation tissue. Exp Cell Res 1999;248:608-619. [pdf]

  3. Carlson MA, Horton JW. A primary burn wound does not slow the contraction rate of an adjacent excisional wound. Ann Plast Surg 2001;46:36-42. [pdf]

  4. Carlson MA, Lewis RE, Longaker MT, Thompson JS. Loss of extracellular matrix anchorage results in FAK dephosphorylation and apoptosis in fibroblasts. Surg Forum 2001;52:547-549. [pdf]

  5. Carlson MA, Longaker MT, Thompson JS. Granulation tissue regression induced by musculocutaneous advancement flap coverage. Surgery 2002;131;332-337. [pdf]

  6. Carlson MA, Longaker MT, Thompson JS. Wound splinting regulates granulation tissue survival. J Surg Res 2003;110:304-309. [pdf]

  7. Carlson MA, Longaker MT. The fibroblast-populated collagen matrix as a model of wound healing: a review of the evidence. Wound Rep Regen 2004;12:134-147. [pdf]

  8. Carlson MA, Longaker MT, Thompson JS. Modulation of FAK, Akt, and p53 by stress release of the fibroblast-populated collagen matrix. J Surg Res 2004; 120(2):171-177. [pdf]

  9. Carlson MA, Thompson JS. Wound splinting modulates granulation tissue proliferation. Matrix Biol 2004;23:243-250. [pdf]

  10. Carlson MA, Thompson JS. Wound matrix attachment regulates actin content and organization in cells of the granulation tissue. Wound Repair Regen 2005;13:84-92. [pdf]

  11. Eichler ME, Carlson MA. Modeling dermal granulation tissue with the linear fibroblast-populated collagen matrix: survival and proliferation dependence on matrix attachment. J Dermatol Sci 2006;41:97-108. [pdf]

  12. Carlson MA, Prall A, Gums JJ. RNA Interference in human foreskin fibroblasts within the three-dimensional collagen matrix. Mol Cell Biochem 2007;306:123-132. [pdf]

  13. Carlson MA, Prall AK, Gums JJ, Lesiak A, Shostrom VK. Biologic variability of human foreskin fibroblasts in 2D and 3D culture: implications for a wound healing model. BMC Res Notes 2009;2:229-234. [pdf]

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