Anthony Mescher

  • 2281 Citations
  • 29 h-Index
1974 …2019
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Regeneration Medicine & Life Sciences
Extremities Medicine & Life Sciences
Amphibians Medicine & Life Sciences
Salamandridae Medicine & Life Sciences
Xenopus Medicine & Life Sciences
Fibroblast Growth Factors Medicine & Life Sciences
limbs (animal) Agriculture & Biology
Transferrin Medicine & Life Sciences

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Publications 1974 2019

  • 2281 Citations
  • 29 h-Index
  • 53 Article
  • 1 Chapter

Studies of Limb Regeneration in Larval Xenopus

Mescher, A. & Neff, A. W., Apr 1 2019, In : Cold Spring Harbor protocols. 2019, 4

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Xenopus
Growth and Development
Amputation
Regeneration
Extremities
31 Citations (Scopus)

Inflammation and immunity in organ regeneration

Mescher, A., Neff, A. W. & King, M., Oct 23 2015, (Accepted/In press) In : Developmental and Comparative Immunology.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Regeneration
Immunity
Inflammation
Adaptive Immunity
Xenopus
30 Citations (Scopus)
Xenopus
limbs (animal)
Regeneration
Extremities
Genes
40 Citations (Scopus)

The Developing Xenopus Limb as a Model for Studies on the Balance between Inflammation and Regeneration

King, M., Neff, A. W. & Mescher, A., Oct 2012, In : Anatomical Record. 295, 10, p. 1552-1561 10 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Xenopus
limbs (animal)
limb
Regeneration
Extremities
25 Citations (Scopus)

Dedifferentiation and the role of sall4 in reprogramming and patterning during amphibian limb regeneration

Neff, A. W., King, M. & Mescher, A., May 2011, In : Developmental Dynamics. 240, 5, p. 979-989 11 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Amphibians
Regeneration
Extremities
Stem Cell Factor
Hindlimb