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Michel Prunieras - bibliography

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French dermatologist.

Bibliography

  • M. Prunieras:
    La culture de cellules de l'épiderme de mammifère adulte. SPEI, publ. Paris 1965.
  • M. Prunieras:
    Interactions between keratinocytes and dendritic cells.
    The Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 1969, 52: 1-17.
  • M. Prunieras:
    Culture of the skin: How and why.
    International Journal of Dermatology, Lewiston NY, 1975, 14: 12-22.
  • M. Prunieras, G. Moreno, Y. Dosso, F. Vinzens:
    Studies on guinea pig skin cell cultures. V. Co-cultures of pigmented melanocytes and albino keratinocytes; A model for the study of pigment transfer.
    Acta dermato-venereologica, Stockholm, 1976, 56: 1-9.
  • M. Prunieras, C. Delescluse, M. Regnier:
    The culture of skin. A review of theories and experimental methods.
    The Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 1976, 67: 58-65.
  • M. Prunieras, C. Delescluse, M. Regnier:
    Growth and differentiation of postembryonic mammalian epidermal keratinocytes in culture. Frontiers in Matrix Biology, 1976, 3: 52-76.
  • C. Delescluse, M. Regnier, L. Opatowski, M. Prunieras:
    Studies on guinea pig skin cell cultures. VI. Growth Kinetics of Epidermal Keratinocytes and Dermal Fibroblasts.
    Acta dermato-venereologica, 1977, 57: 469-475.
  • C. Delescluse, S. Cordier, J. Frey, M. Regnier, M. Prunieras:
    Studies on guinea pig skin cell cultures. VII. Statistical analysis of growth and maturation. Acta dermato-venereologica, 1978, 58: 1-7.
  • C. Delescluse, M. Prunieras:
    Homeostatic regulation of epidermal cells in culture.
    Bulletin du Cancer 1978 65: 223-226.
  • M. Regnier, M. Prunieras:
    Keratohyaline (Kgs) and membrane coating granules (MCGs) in cultured human epidermal keratinocytes. The Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 1978 70: 233.
  • M. Prunieras:
    Epidermal Cell Cultures as Models for Living Epidermis.
    The Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 1979, 73: 135-137.
  • M. Prunieras:
    Recent advances in epidermal cell cultures.
    Archives of Dermatological Research, January 1979, 264 (2):243-247.
  • D.T. Woodley, L. Didierjean, M. Regnier, J.H. Saurat, M. Prunieras:
    Bullous pemphigoid antigen synthesized in vitro by human epidermal cells.
    The Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 1980, 75: 148-151.
  • D.T. Woodley, M. Regnier, M. Prunieras:
    In vitro basal lamina formation may require non-epidermal cell living substrate.
    The British Journal of Dermatology, 1980, 103: 397-404.
  • M. Regnier, M. Prunieras, D.T. Woodley:
    Growth and differentiation of adult human epidermal cells on dermal substrates. Frontiers in Matrix Biology, 1981, 9: 4-35
  • L. Didierjcan, D.T. Woodley, M. Regnier, M. Prunieras, J.H. Saurat:
    Skin explant culture expression of cytoplasmic differentiation antigens in outgrowth cells. The Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 1981 76: 38-41.
  • David T. Woodley, Tea Kalebec, Albert J Banes, William Link, Michel Prunieras and Lance Liotta:
    Adult Human Keratinocytes Migrating over Nonviable Dermal Collagen Produce Collagenolytic Enzymes That Degrade Type I and Type IV Collagen.
    The Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 1986, 86: 418-423.

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