Acknowledgment of Core Specialists

The Research Core Facility is an integral and essential part of the Keenan Research Centre, enhancing the productivity, interaction and collaboration between scientists, their staff and students among the diverse research programs. As such, we would like to encourage you to acknowledge the RCF in your publications. The following is suggested language for any publications involving the resources of the RCF:

“The authors would like to acknowledge the Keenan Research Centre for Biomedical Science Core Facilities at St. Michael’s Hospital [and if applicable the name of the specialist] for [insert as appropriate – i.e. technical advice and expertise, training, etc.]”

Authorship of Core Specialists

If the Core Specialists have provided intellectual input or special effort to your studies please consider authorship as appropriate. For guidelines about authorship policies you may refer to Nature Research Journals’ Authorship policy.

This is a great opportunity for our Research Core Specialists to receive profile and recognition.  Thank you as always, for your support and assistance.

Publications with Acknowledgement and/or Authorship

[1] Lodyga M, Cambridge E, Karvonen HM, Pakshir P, Wu B, Boo S, Kiebalo M, Kaarteenaho R, Glogauer M, Kapoor M, Ask K, Hinz B: Cadherin-11-mediated adhesion of macrophages to myofibroblasts establishes a profibrotic niche of active TGF-beta. Sci Signal 2019, 12.

[2] Xu XR, Wang Y, Adili R, Ju L, Spring CM, Jin JW, Yang H, Neves MAD, Chen P, Yang Y, Lei X, Chen Y, Gallant RC, Xu M, Zhang H, Song J, Ke P, Zhang D, Carrim N, Yu SY, Zhu G, She YM, Cyr T, Fu W, Liu G, Connelly PW, Rand ML, Adeli K, Freedman J, Lee JE, Tso P, Marchese P, Davidson WS, Jackson SP, Zhu C, Ruggeri ZM, Ni H: Apolipoprotein A-IV binds alphaIIbbeta3 integrin and inhibits thrombosis. Nat Commun 2018, 9:3608.

[3] Safavian D, Leung CH, Kapus A, Ailenberg M, Szaszi K, Shani R, Di Ciano-Oliveira C, Ghazerian M, Rotstein O: Hemorrhagic Shock/Resuscitation Reduces the M2 Phenotype of Alveolar Macrophages: A Potential Mechanism Contributing to Increased LPS-Induced Lung Injury. Shock 2018.

[4] Ramadan A, Singh KK, Quan A, Plant PJ, Al-Omran M, Teoh H, Verma S: Loss of vascular smooth muscle cell autophagy exacerbates angiotensin II-associated aortic remodeling. J Vasc Surg 2018, 68:859-71.

[5] Prince E, Alizadehgiashi M, Campbell M, Khuu N, Albulescu A, De France K, Ratkov D, Li Y, Hoare T, Kumacheva E: Patterning of Structurally Anisotropic Composite Hydrogel Sheets. Biomacromolecules 2018, 19:1276-84.

[6] Moore MJ, Strohm EM, Kolios MC: Triplex micron-resolution acoustic, photoacoustic, and optical transmission microscopy via photoacoustic radiometry. Opt Express 2018, 26:22315-26.

[7] Moien Alizadehgiashi AG, Moritz Tebbe,  Minseok Seo,  Elisabeth Prince, Eugenia Kumacheva: 3D‐Printed Microfluidic Devices for Materials Science. Advanced Materials Technology 2018, 3.

[8] McVey MJ, Spring CM, Kuebler WM: Improved resolution in extracellular vesicle populations using 405 instead of 488 nm side scatter. J Extracell Vesicles 2018, 7:1454776.

[9] Kofler M, Speight P, Little D, Di Ciano-Oliveira C, Szaszi K, Kapus A: Mediated nuclear import and export of TAZ and the underlying molecular requirements. Nat Commun 2018, 9:4966.

[10] Alizadehgiashi M, Khuu N, Khabibullin A, Henry A, Tebbe M, Suzuki T, Kumacheva E: Nanocolloidal Hydrogel for Heavy Metal Scavenging. ACS Nano 2018, 12:8160-8.

[11] Saleeb RM, Brimo F, Farag M, Rompre-Brodeur A, Rotondo F, Beharry V, Wala S, Plant P, Downes MR, Pace K, Evans A, Bjarnason G, Bartlett JMS, Yousef GM: Toward Biological Subtyping of Papillary Renal Cell Carcinoma With Clinical Implications Through Histologic, Immunohistochemical, and Molecular Analysis. Am J Surg Pathol 2017, 41:1618-29.

[12] Yohan D, Cruje C, Lu X, Chithrani DB: Size-Dependent Gold Nanoparticle Interaction at Nano-Micro Interface Using Both Monolayer and Multilayer (Tissue-Like) Cell Models. Nanomicro Lett 2016, 8:44-53.

[13] Tsang JL, Jia SH, Parodo J, Plant P, Lodyga M, Charbonney E, Szaszi K, Kapus A, Marshall JC: Tyrosine Phosphorylation of Caspase-8 Abrogates Its Apoptotic Activity and Promotes Activation of c-Src. PLoS One 2016, 11:e0153946.

[14] Saleeb RM, Plant P, Tawedrous E, Krizova A, Brimo F, Evans AJ, Wala SJ, Bartlett J, Ding Q, Boles D, Rotando F, Farag M, Yousef GM: Integrated Phenotypic/Genotypic Analysis of Papillary Renal Cell Carcinoma Subtypes: Identification of Prognostic Markers, Cancer-related Pathways, and Implications for Therapy. Eur Urol Focus 2016.

[15] McVey MJ, Spring CM, Semple JW, Maishan M, Kuebler WM: Microparticles as biomarkers of lung disease: enumeration in biological fluids using lipid bilayer microspheres. Am J Physiol Lung Cell Mol Physiol 2016, 310:L802-14.

[16] Grane-Boladeras N, Spring CM, Hanna WJ, Pastor-Anglada M, Coe IR: Novel nuclear hENT2 isoforms regulate cell cycle progression via controlling nucleoside transport and nuclear reservoir. Cell Mol Life Sci 2016, 73:4559-75.

[17] D’Cruz R, Plant PJ, Pablo LA, Lin S, Chackowicz J, Correa J, Bain J, Batt J: PDLIM7 is a novel target of the ubiquitin ligase Nedd4-1 in skeletal muscle. Biochem J 2016, 473:267-76.

[18] Yohan D, Cruje C, Lu X, Chithrani D: Elucidating the Uptake and Distribution of Nanoparticles in Solid Tumors via a Multilayered Cell Culture Model. Nanomicro Lett 2015, 7:127-37.

[19] Ailenberg M, Di Ciano-Oliveira C, Szaszi K, Dan Q, Rozycki M, Kapus A, Rotstein OD: Dynasore enhances the formation of mitochondrial antiviral signalling aggregates and endocytosis-independent NF-kappaB activation. Br J Pharmacol 2015, 172:3748-63.

[20] Yuen DA, Connelly KA, Zhang Y, Advani SL, Thai K, Kabir G, Kepecs D, Spring C, Smith C, Batruch I, Kosanam H, Advani A, Diamandis E, Marsden PA, Gilbert RE: Early outgrowth cells release soluble endocrine antifibrotic factors that reduce progressive organ fibrosis. Stem Cells 2013, 31:2408-19.

[21] Yuen DA, Zhang Y, Thai K, Spring C, Chan L, Guo X, Advani A, Sivak JM, Gilbert RE: Angiogenic dysfunction in bone marrow-derived early outgrowth cells from diabetic animals is attenuated by SIRT1 activation. Stem Cells Transl Med 2012, 1:921-6.

[22] Plant PJ, North ML, Ward A, Ward M, Khanna N, Correa J, Scott JA, Batt J: Hypertrophic airway smooth muscle mass correlates with increased airway responsiveness in a murine model of asthma. Am J Respir Cell Mol Biol 2012, 46:532-40.

[23] Nagpal P, Plant PJ, Correa J, Bain A, Takeda M, Kawabe H, Rotin D, Bain JR, Batt JA: The ubiquitin ligase Nedd4-1 participates in denervation-induced skeletal muscle atrophy in mice. PLoS One 2012, 7:e46427.