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Rebecca Richardson Lab
PI/Director: Richardson, Rebecca
Contact Person: Richardson, Rebecca
Email: rebecca.richardson@bristol.ac.uk
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Address: G28, Medical Sciences Building, Department of Physiology and Pharmacology, University of Bristol, University Walk, Bristol, BS8 1TD
Country: United Kingdom
Phone: 0044 (0)117 331 1419
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Line Designation: bsl


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ZEBRAFISH PUBLICATIONS OF LAB MEMBERS
Ryan, R., Moyse, B.R., Richardson, R.J. (2020) Zebrafish cardiac regeneration-looking beyond cardiomyocytes to a complex microenvironment. Histochemistry and cell biology. 154(5):533-548
Moyse, B.R., Richardson, R.J. (2020) A Population of Injury-Responsive Lymphoid Cells Expresses mpeg1.1 in the Adult Zebrafish Heart. ImmunoHorizons. 4:464-474
Bevan, L., Lim, Z.W., Venkatesh, B., Riley, P.R., Martin, P., Richardson, R.J. (2019) Specific macrophage populations promote both cardiac scar deposition and subsequent resolution in adult zebrafish. Cardiovascular research. 116(7):1357-1371
Deller, R.C., Richardson, T., Richardson, R., Bevan, L., Zampetakis, I., Scarpa, F., Perriman, A.W. (2019) Artificial cell membrane binding thrombin constructs drive in situ fibrin hydrogel formation. Nature communications. 10:1887
Martins, R.R., Ellis, P.S., MacDonald, R.B., Richardson, R.J., Henriques, C.M. (2019) Resident Immunity in Tissue Repair and Maintenance: The Zebrafish Model Coming of Age. Frontiers in cell and developmental biology. 7:12
Richardson, R.J. (2018) Parallels between vertebrate cardiac and cutaneous wound healing and regeneration. NPJ Regenerative medicine. 3:21
Richardson, R., Hammerschmidt, M. (2016) The role of Rho kinase (Rock) in re-epithelialization of adult zebrafish skin wounds. Small GTPases. 9(3):230-236
Richardson, R., Metzger, M., Knyphausen, P., Ramezani, T., Slanchev, K., Kraus, C., Schmelzer, E., Hammerschmidt, M. (2016) Re-epithelialization of cutaneous wounds in adult zebrafish uses a combination of mechanisms at play during wound closure in embryonic and adult mammals. Development (Cambridge, England). 143(12):2077-88
Richardson, R.J., Gebauer, J.M., Zhang, J.L., Kobbe, B., Keene, D.R., Karlsen, K.R., Richetti, S., Wohl, A.P., Sengle, G., Neiss, W.F., Paulsson, M., Hammerschmidt, M., and Wagener, R. (2014) AMACO Is a Component of the Basement Membrane-Associated Fraser Complex. The Journal of investigative dermatology. 134(5):1313-22
Fischer, B., Metzger, M., Richardson, R., Knyphausen, P., Ramezani, T., Franzen, R., Schmelzer, E., Bloch, W., Carney, T.J., and Hammerschmidt, M. (2014) p53 and TAp63 promote keratinocyte proliferation and differentiation in breeding tubercles of the zebrafish. PLoS Genetics. 10(1):e1004048
Keupp, K., Li, Y., Vargel, I., Hoischen, A., Richardson, R., Neveling, K., Alanay, Y., Uz, E., Elciolu, N., Rachwalski, M., Kamaci, S., Tunçbilek, G., Akin, B., Grötzinger, J., Konas, E., Mavili, E., Müller-Newen, G., Collmann, H., Roscioli, T., Buckley, M.F., Yigit, G., Gilissen, C., Kress, W., Veltman, J., Hammerschmidt, M., Akarsu, N.A., and Wollnik, B. (2013) Mutations in the interleukin receptor IL11RA cause autosomal recessive Crouzon-like craniosynostosis. Molecular Genetics and Genomic Medicine. 1(4):223-237
Richardson, R., Slanchev, K., Kraus, C., Knyphausen, P., Eming, S., and Hammerschmidt, M. (2013) Adult zebrafish as a model system for cutaneous wound healing research. The Journal of investigative dermatology. 133(6):1655-65
Evans, M.A., Smart, N., Dube, K.N., Bollini, S., Clark, J.E., Evans, H.G., Taams, L.S., Richardson, R., Levesque, M., Martin, P., Mills, K., Riegler, J., Price, A.N., Lythgoe, M.F., and Riley, P.R. (2013) Thymosin beta4-sulfoxide attenuates inflammatory cell infiltration and promotes cardiac wound healing. Nature communications. 4:2081
Feitosa, N.M., Richardson, R., Bloch, W., and Hammerschmidt, M. (2011) Basement membrane diseases in zebrafish. Methods in cell biology. 105:191-222