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Stefan W. Stoll, PhD

Assistant Research Professor, Department of Dermatology

Selected Publications

  1. Stoll S, Garner W, Elder J. Heparin-binding ligands mediate autocrine EGF receptor activation in skin organ culture. Journal of Clinical Investigation. 1997;100(5):1271-1281.
  2. Stoll SW, Zhao XP, Elder JT. EGF receptor activation stimulates transcription of CaN19 (S100A2) in human keratinocytes. Journal of Investigative Dermatology. 1998;111:1092-1097.
  3. Stoll SW, Benedict M, Mitra R, Hiniker A, Elder JT, Nuñez G. EGF receptor signaling promotes keratinocyte survival by inhibiting apoptosis through bcl-XL. Oncogene. 1998;16:1493-1499.
  4. Stoll SW and Elder JT. Retinoid regulation of heparin-binding EGF-like growth factor expression in human keratinocytes and skin. Experimental Dermatology. 1998;7:391-397.
  5. Stoll SW, Kansra S, Peshick P, Fry D, Leopold W, Wiesen JF, Sibilia M, Werb Z, Derynck R, Wagner E, Elder JT. Differential utilization and localization of ErbB Receptor tyrosine kinases in skin compared to normal and malignant keratinocytes. Neoplasia. 2001'3:339-350.
  6. Stoll SW, Kansra S, Elder JT. Metalloproteinases stimulate ErbB-dependent ERK signaling in human skin organ culture. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 2002;277:26839-26845.
  7. *Kansra S, *Stoll SW, Johnson JL, Elder JT. Autocrine ERK activation in normal human keratinocytes: metalloproteinase-mediated release of amphiregulin triggers signaling from ErbB1 to ERK. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 2004;15:4299-4309.
  8. Kansra S, Stoll SW, Johnson JL, Elder JT. Src family kinase inhibitors block amphiregulin-mediated autocrine ErbB signaling in normal human keratinocytes. Mol Pharmacol. 2005;67(4):1145-1157.
  9. Rittié L, Kansra S, Stoll SW, Li Y, Gudjonsson JE, Shao Y, Michael LE, Fisher GJ, Johnson TM, Elder JT. Differential ErbB1 signaling in squamous cell versus basal cell carcinoma of the skin. American Journal of Pathology. 2007;170:2089-2099.
  10. Rittié L, Stoll SW, Kang S, Voorhees JJ, Fisher GJ. Hedgehog Signaling Maintains Hair Follicle Stem Cell Phenotype in Young and Aged Human Skin. Aging Cell. 2009;8(6):738-751.
  11. Stoll SW, Johnson JL, Bhasin A, Johnston A, Gudjonsson JE, Rittie L, Elder JT. Metalloproteinase-mediated, context-dependent function of amphiregulin and HB-EGF in human keratinocytes and skin. Journal of Investigative Dermatology. 2010;130(1):295-304.
  12. Stoll SW, Johnson JL, Li Y, Rittié L, Elder JT. Amphiregulin carboxyterminal domain is required for autocrine keratinocyte growth. Journal of Investigative Dermatology. 2010;130(8):2031-2040.

* indicates equal contributions



 

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