Mekayla Storer
Mekayla Storer
Principal Investigator, Wellcome-MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute
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Senescence is a developmental mechanism that contributes to embryonic growth and patterning
M Storer, A Mas, A Robert-Moreno, M Pecoraro, MC Ortells, V Di Giacomo, ...
Cell 155 (5), 1119-1130, 2013
The senescence-associated secretory phenotype induces cellular plasticity and tissue regeneration
B Ritschka, M Storer, A Mas, F Heinzmann, MC Ortells, JP Morton, ...
Genes & development 31 (2), 172-183, 2017
Genomic and genic deletions of the FOX gene cluster on 16q24. 1 and inactivating mutations of FOXF1 cause alveolar capillary dysplasia and other malformations
P Stankiewicz, P Sen, SS Bhatt, M Storer, Z Xia, BA Bejjani, Z Ou, ...
The American Journal of Human Genetics 84 (6), 780-791, 2009
Age-associated inflammation inhibits epidermal stem cell function
J Doles, M Storer, L Cozzuto, G Roma, WM Keyes
Genes & development 26 (19), 2144-2153, 2012
Dedifferentiated Schwann cell precursors secreting paracrine factors are required for regeneration of the mammalian digit tip
APW Johnston, SA Yuzwa, MJ Carr, N Mahmud, MA Storer, MP Krause, ...
Cell stem cell 19 (4), 433-448, 2016
High incidence of recurrent copy number variants in patients with isolated and syndromic Müllerian aplasia
S Nik-Zainal, R Strick, M Storer, N Huang, R Rad, L Willatt, T Fitzgerald, ...
Journal of medical genetics 48 (3), 197-204, 2011
Acquisition of a unique mesenchymal precursor-like blastema state underlies successful adult mammalian digit tip regeneration
MA Storer, N Mahmud, K Karamboulas, MJ Borrett, SA Yuzwa, A Gont, ...
Developmental cell 52 (4), 509-524. e9, 2020
Interleukin-6 regulates adult neural stem cell numbers during normal and abnormal post-natal development
MA Storer, D Gallagher, MP Fatt, JV Simonetta, DR Kaplan, FD Miller
Stem cell reports 10 (5), 1464-1480, 2018
Schwann cell precursors contribute to skeletal formation during embryonic development in mice and zebrafish
M Xie, D Kamenev, M Kaucka, ME Kastriti, B Zhou, AV Artemov, M Storer, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (30), 15068-15073, 2019
Single-cell profiling shows murine forebrain neural stem cells reacquire a developmental state when activated for adult neurogenesis
MJ Borrett, BT Innes, D Jeong, N Tahmasian, MA Storer, GD Bader, ...
Cell reports 32 (6), 2020
Peripheral nerve single-cell analysis identifies mesenchymal ligands that promote axonal growth
JS Toma, K Karamboulas, MJ Carr, A Kolaj, SA Yuzwa, N Mahmud, ...
Eneuro 7 (3), 2020
Restoration of hippocampal neural precursor function by ablation of senescent cells in the aging stem cell niche
MP Fatt, LM Tran, G Vetere, MA Storer, JV Simonetta, FD Miller, ...
Stem Cell Reports 17 (2), 259-275, 2022
A human embryonic limb cell atlas resolved in space and time
B Zhang, P He, JEG Lawrence, S Wang, E Tuck, BA Williams, K Roberts, ...
Nature, 1-11, 2023
Cellular and molecular mechanisms that regulate mammalian digit tip regeneration
MA Storer, FD Miller
Open biology 10 (9), 200194, 2020
Developing senescence to remodel the embryo
M Storer, WM Keyes
Communicative & integrative biology 7 (5), e970969, 2014
To regenerate or not to regenerate: Vertebrate model organisms of regeneration‐competency and‐incompetency
C Aztekin, MA Storer
Wound Repair and Regeneration 30 (6), 623-635, 2022
Nail-associated mesenchymal cells contribute to and are essential for dorsal digit tip regeneration
N Mahmud, C Eisner, S Purushothaman, MA Storer, DR Kaplan, FD Miller
Cell Reports 41 (12), 2022
A finger on the pulse of regeneration: insights into the cellular mechanisms of adult digit tip regeneration
MA Storer, FD Miller
Current Opinion in Genetics & Development 70, 1-6, 2021
Detection of senescence markers during mammalian embryonic development
M Storer, WM Keyes
Oncogene-Induced Senescence: Methods and Protocols, 199-210, 2017
Investigating the roles of cellular senescence in embryogenesis and aging
M Storer
Universitat Pompeu Fabra, 2014
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