Dr. Suthira (Praer) Owlarn


Owlarn S, Klenner F, Schmidt D, Rabert F, Tomasso A, Reuter H, Mulaw MA, Moritz S, Gentile L, Weidinger G, Bartscherer K. Generic wound signals initiate regeneration in missing-tissue contexts. Nat Commun 2017;8: 2282.

Owlarn S, and Bartscherer K (2016). Go ahead, grow a head! A planarian's guide to anterior regeneration. Regeneration. Doi: 10.1002/reg2.56.

Reuter H, März M, Vogg MC, Eccles D, Grifol-Boldu L, Owlarn S, Wehner D, Adell T, Weidinger G, and Bartscherer K (2015). β-catenin-dependent control of positional information along the AP body axis in planarians involves a Teashirt family member. Cell Rep 10, 253-265.

Vogg, M.C., Owlarn, S., Perez Rico, Y.A., Xie, J., Suzuki, Y., Gentile, L., Wu, W., and Bartscherer, K. (2014). Stem cell-dependent formation of a functional anterior regeneration pole in planarians requires Zic and Forkhead transcription factors. Dev Biol 390, 136-148.

Sandmann, T., Vogg, M.C., Owlarn, S., Boutros, M., and Bartscherer, K. (2011). The head regeneration transcriptome of the planarian Schmidtea mediterraneaGenome Biol 12(8):R76.

Evans, D.J., Owlarn, S., Tejada Romero, B., Chen, C., and Aboobaker, A.A. (2011). Combining classical and molecular approaches elaborates on the complexity of mechanisms underpinning anterior regeneration. PLoS One 6(11):e27927.

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