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Dr. Steven E. Mutsaers

Dr. Steven E. Mutsaers

University of Western Australia

Associate Professor


Email: mutsaers@liwa.uwa.edu.au


Qualifications

1993 Ph.D., Department of Pathology, University of Western Australia, Australia

1986 B.Sc., Department of Pathology, University of Western Australia, Australia


Publications (selected)

  1. Mutsaers SE, Papadimitriou JM. Surface charge of macrophages and their interaction with charged particles. J Leuk Biol, 1988; 44: 17-26.
  2. Mutsaers SE, Whitaker D, Papadimitriou JM. Macrophages stimulate mesothelial cell replication in vivo. Eur Respir Rev, 1993; 3: 121-122.
  3. Garlepp MJ, Christmas TI, Manning LS,Mutsaers SE, Dench J, Leong C, Robinson BWS. The role of platelet derived growth factor in the growth of human malignant mesothelioma. Eur Respir Rev. 1993; 3: 189-191.
  4. Garlepp MJ, Christmas TI,Mutsaers SE, Manning LS, Davis MR, Robinson BWS. Platelet derived growth factor as an autocrine factor in murine malignant mesothelioma. Eur Respir Rev. 1993; 3: 192-194.
  5. Mutsaers SE, Whitaker D, Papadimitriou JM. Changes in microvillar concentration on the free surface of healing mesothelium is associated with alterations in surface membrane charge. J Pathol 1996; 180: 333-339.
  6. Mutsaers SE, Mcanulty RJ, Laurent GJ, Versnel M, Whitaker D, Papadimitriou JM. Cytokine regulation of mesothelial cell proliferation in vitro and in vivo.Eur J Cell Biol 1997; 72: 24-29.
  7. McAnulty RJ, Hernández-Rodríguez NA,Mutsaers SE, Coker RK, Laurent GJ. Indomethecin suppresses the antiproliferative effects of transforming growth factor-ß isoforms on fibroblast cell cultures.Biochem J1997; 321: 639-643.
  8. Windhager R, Nemethova M,Mutsaers S, Lang S, Kotz R, Kitzmueller E, Lubec G. Evidence for the involvement of the hydroxyl radical in the pathogenesis of excessive connective tissue proliferation in patients with tumor-endoprostheses.Life Sci1998; 62: 1261-1269.
  9. Mutsaers SE, Foster ML, Chambers RC, Laurent GJ, McAnulty RJ. Increased endothelin-1 and its localization during the development of bleomycin-induced pulmonary fibrosis in rats.Am J Respir Cell Mol Biol1998; 18: 611-619.
  10. Mutsaers SE, Harrison NK, McAnulty RJ, Liao J, Laurent GJ, Musk AW. Fibroblast mitogens in bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL) fluid from asbestos-exposed subjects with and without clinical evidence of asbestosis: no evidence for the role of PDGF, TNF-a, IGF-1 or IL-1ß.J Pathol1998; 185: 199-203.
  11. Mutsaers SE, Carroll WM. Focal accumulation of intra-axonal mitochondria in demyelination of the cat optic nerve. ACTA Neuropathol1998; 96: 139-143.
  12. Mutsaers SE, Marshall RP, Goldsack NR, Laurent GJ, McAnulty RJ. Effect of endothelin receptor antagonists on collagen deposition during the development of bleomycin-induced pulmonary fibrosis in rats.Pulm Pharmacol Ther1998; 11: 221-225.
  13. Mutsaers SE, Whitaker D, Papadimitriou JM. Mesothelial regeneration is not dependent on subserosal cells. J Pathol 2000; 190: 86-92.
  14. Herrick SE,Mutsaers SE, Ozua P, Sulaiman H, Omer A, Boulos P, Foster ML, Laurent GJ. Human peritoneal adhesions are highly cellular, innervated and vascularised. J Pathol2000; 192: 67-72.
  15. Sulaiman H, Gabella G, Davis C,Mutsaers SE, Boulos P, Laurent GJ, Herrick SE. Growth of nerve fibres into murine peritoneal adhesions. J Pathol2000; 192: 396-403.
  16. Warn R, Harvey P, Warn A, Foley-Comer A, Heldin P, Versnel M, Arakaki N, Daikuhara Y, Laurent GJ, Herrick SE,Mutsaers SE. HGF/SF induces mesothelial cell migration and proliferation by autocrine and paracrine pathways. Exp Cell Res. 2001; 267: 258-266.
  17. Dunsmore SE, Roes J, Chua FJ, Segal AW,Mutsaers SE, Laurent GJ. Evidence that neutrophil elastase-deficient mice are resistant to bleomycin-induced fibrosis. Chest. 2001; 120: S35-36.
  18. Sulaiman H, Gabella G, Davis C,Mutsaers SE, Boulos P, Laurent GJ, Herrick SE. The presence and distribution of sensory nerve fibres in human peritoneal adhesions. Ann Surg2001; 234: 256-261.
  19. Mutsaers SE, Whitaker D, Papadimitriou JM. Stimulation of mesothelial cell proliferation by exudate macrophages enhances serosal wound healing in a murine model. Am J Pathol2002; 160: 680-692.
  20. Foley-Comer AJ, Herrick SE, Al-Mishlab T, Prêle CM, Laurent GJ,Mutsaers SE. Evidence for incorporation of free-floating mesothelial cells as a mechanism of serosal healing. J Cell Sci2002; 115: 1383-1389.