Giulio Gabbiani
Giulio Gabbiani
Professeur Honoraire de Pathlogie Universitè de Genève
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Myofibroblasts and mechano-regulation of connective tissue remodelling
JJ Tomasek, G Gabbiani, B Hinz, C Chaponnier, RA Brown
Nature reviews Molecular cell biology 3 (5), 349-363, 2002
40122002
Transforming growth factor-beta 1 induces alpha-smooth muscle actin expression in granulation tissue myofibroblasts and in quiescent and growing cultured fibroblasts
A Desmoulière, A Geinoz, F Gabbiani, G Gabbiani
The Journal of cell biology 122 (1), 103-111, 1993
23051993
The myofibroblast: one function, multiple origins
B Hinz, SH Phan, VJ Thannickal, A Galli, ML Bochaton-Piallat, G Gabbiani
The American journal of pathology 170 (6), 1807-1816, 2007
20142007
Presence of modified fibroblasts in granulation tissue and their possible role in wound contraction
G Gabbiani, GB Ryan, G Majno
Experientia 27 (5), 549-550, 1971
17511971
A monoclonal antibody against alpha-smooth muscle actin: a new probe for smooth muscle differentiation.
O Skalli, P Ropraz, A Trzeciak, G Benzonana, D Gillessen, G Gabbiani
The Journal of cell biology 103 (6), 2787-2796, 1986
17151986
The myofibroblast in wound healing and fibrocontractive diseases
G Gabbiani
The Journal of Pathology: A Journal of the Pathological Society of Great …, 2003
16342003
Apoptosis mediates the decrease in cellularity during the transition between granulation tissue and scar.
A Desmouliere, M Redard, I Darby, G Gabbiani
The American journal of pathology 146 (1), 56, 1995
14851995
a-Smooth muscle actin is transiently expressed by myofibroblasts during experimental wound healing
I Darby, O Skalli, G Gabbiani
Lab Invest 63 (1), 21-29, 1990
14061990
Alpha-smooth muscle actin expression upregulates fibroblast contractile activity
B Hinz, G Celetta, JJ Tomasek, G Gabbiani, C Chaponnier
Molecular biology of the cell 12 (9), 2730-2741, 2001
11472001
Tissue repair, contraction, and the myofibroblast
A Desmoulière, C Chaponnier, G Gabbiani
Wound repair and regeneration 13 (1), 7-12, 2005
10602005
Differentiation repertoire of fibroblastic cells: expression of cytoskeletal proteins as marker of phenotypic modulations
AP Sappino, W Schürch, G Gabbiani
Laboratory investigation 63 (2), 144-161, 1990
10271990
GRANULATION TISSUE AS A CONTRACTILE ORGAN: A STUDY OF STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
G Gabbiani, BJ Hirschel, GB Ryan, PR Statkov, G Majno
The Journal of experimental medicine 135 (4), 719-734, 1972
10021972
Recent developments in myofibroblast biology: paradigms for connective tissue remodeling
B Hinz, SH Phan, VJ Thannickal, M Prunotto, A Desmoulière, J Varga, ...
The American journal of pathology 180 (4), 1340-1355, 2012
9702012
The fibronectin domain ED-A is crucial for myofibroblastic phenotype induction by transforming growth factor-β1
G Serini, ML Bochaton-Piallat, P Ropraz, A Geinoz, L Borsi, L Zardi, ...
The Journal of cell biology 142 (3), 873-881, 1998
8881998
The myofibroblast: a quarter century after its discovery
W Schürch, TA Seemayer, G Gabbiani
The American journal of surgical pathology 22 (2), 141-147, 1998
784*1998
Mechanisms of myofibroblast activity and phenotypic modulation
G Serini, G Gabbiani
Experimental cell research 250 (2), 273-283, 1999
6931999
Mechanical tension controls granulation tissue contractile activity and myofibroblast differentiation
B Hinz, D Mastrangelo, CE Iselin, C Chaponnier, G Gabbiani
The American journal of pathology 159 (3), 1009-1020, 2001
6802001
Contraction of granulation tissue in vitro: similarity to smooth muscle
G Majno, G Gabbiani, BJ Hirschel, GB Ryan, PR Statkov
Science 173 (3996), 548-550, 1971
6531971
Morphological and immunochemical differences between keloid and hypertrophic scar.
HP Ehrlich, A Desmoulière, RF Diegelmann, IK Cohen, CC Compton, ...
The American journal of pathology 145 (1), 105, 1994
6441994
Dupuytren's contracture: fibroblast contraction?: An ultrastructural study
G Gabbiani, G Majno
The American journal of pathology 66 (1), 131, 1972
6441972
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