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Matthew Vickaryous

Associate Professor   |   BSc, MSc Calgary, PhD Dalhousie

Links

www.vickaryouslab.com

Selected Publications

  • Payne, S.L., Peacock, H.P., and M.K. Vickaryous. (2017). Blood vessel formation during tail regeneration in the leopard gecko (Eublepharis macularius): the blastemal is not avascular. Journal of Morphology DOI: 10.1002/jmor.20648
  • Russell, A.P., Vickaryous, M.K., and A.M. Bauer. (2016). The phylogenetic distribution, anatomy and histology of post-cloacal bones and adnexa of geckos. Journal of Morphology, 277 (2), 264-277.
  • Vickaryous, M.K., Meldrum, G.L., and A.P. Russell. (2016). Armored geckos: a histological investigation of osteoderm development in Tarentola (Phyllodactylidae) and Gekko (Gekkonidae) with comments on their regeneration and inferred function. Journal of Morphology, 276 (11), 1354-1357.|
  • Gilbert, R.W., Vickaryous, M.K., and A. Viloria-Petit. (2016). Signalling by transforming growth factor beta isoforms in wound healing and tissue regeneration. Journal of Developmental Biology.
  • Peacock, H.M., Gilbert, E.A., and M.K. Vickaryous. (2015). Scar-free cutaneous wound healing in the leopard gecko, Eublepharis macularius. Journal of Anatomy, 227 (5), 596-610.
  • Gilbert, E.A.B., Delorme, S.D. and M.K. Vickaryous. 2015.  The regeneration blastema of lizards: an amniote model for the study of appendage replacement.  Regeneration 2(2): 45-53.
  • Co, C., Vickaryous, M.K. and T. Koch. 2014. Membrane culture and reduced oxygen tension enhances cartilage matrix formation from equine cord blood mesenchymal stromal cells in vitro.  Osteoarthritis and Cartilage 22(3): 472-480.
  • Gilbert, E.A.B., Payne, S.L. and M.K. Vickaryous. 2013.  The anatomy and histology of autotomy and regeneration in lizards.  Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, 86(6): 631-644.
  • Gilbert, R.W.D., Vickaryous, M.K. and A. Viloria-Petit.  2013.  Characterization of TGFβ signaling during multi-tissue regeneration in the leopard gecko (Eublepharis macularius).  Developmental Dynamics 242: 886-896.