Trevor Sherwin
Trevor Sherwin
Associate Dean Postgraduate and Professor of Ophthalmology, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences
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Definition of individual components within the cytoskeleton of Trypanosoma brucei by a library of monoclonal antibodies
A Woods, T Sherwin, R Sasse, TH Macrae, AJ Baines, K Gull
Journal of cell science 93 (3), 491-500, 1989
The cell division cycle of Trypanosoma brucei brucei: timing of event markers and cytoskeletal modulations
T Sherwin, K Gull
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. B, Biological …, 1989
Keratoconus: an inflammatory disorder?
V Galvis, T Sherwin, A Tello, J Merayo, R Barrera, A Acera
Eye 29 (7), 843-859, 2015
Microtubule polarity and dynamics in the control of organelle positioning, segregation, and cytokinesis in the trypanosome cell cycle.
DR Robinson, T Sherwin, A Ploubidou, EH Byard, K Gull
The Journal of cell biology 128 (6), 1163-1172, 1995
Age-related differences in the normal human cornea: a laser scanning in vivo confocal microscopy study
RL Niederer, D Perumal, T Sherwin, CNJ McGhee
British Journal of Ophthalmology 91 (9), 1165-1169, 2007
Assembly of the Paraflagellar Rod and the Flagellum Attachment Zone Complex During the Trypanosoma brucei Cell Cycle
Journal of eukaryotic microbiology 46 (2), 105-109, 1999
Morphological changes in keratoconus: pathology or pathogenesis
T Sherwin, NH Brookes
Clinical & experimental ophthalmology 32 (2), 211-217, 2004
Paraflagellar rod is vital for trypanosome motility
P Bastin, T Sherwin, K Gull
Nature 391 (6667), 548-548, 1998
Visualization of detyrosination along single microtubules reveals novel mechanisms of assembly during cytoskeletal duplication in trypanosomes
T Sherwin, K Gull
Cell 57 (2), 211-221, 1989
Distinct localization and cell cycle dependence of COOH terminally tyrosinolated alpha-tubulin in the microtubules of Trypanosoma brucei brucei.
T Sherwin, A Schneider, R Sasse, T Seebeck, K Gull
The Journal of cell biology 104 (3), 439-446, 1987
Laser scanning in vivo confocal microscopy reveals reduced innervation and reduction in cell density in all layers of the keratoconic cornea
RL Niederer, D Perumal, T Sherwin, CNJ McGhee
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 49 (7), 2964-2970, 2008
A trypanosome structure involved in transmitting cytoplasmic information during cell division
FF Moreira-Leite, T Sherwin, L Kohl, K Gull
Science 294 (5542), 610-612, 2001
Architecture of the Trypanosoma brucei nucleus during interphase and mitosis
E Ogbadoyi, K Ersfeld, D Robinson, T Sherwin, K Gull
Chromosoma 108, 501-513, 2000
Corneal innervation and cellular changes after corneal transplantation: an in vivo confocal microscopy study
RL Niederer, D Perumal, T Sherwin, CNJ McGhee
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 48 (2), 621-626, 2007
Tubulin Post-Translational Modifications And The Construction Of Microtubular Organelles In Trypanosoma Brucei
R Sasse, K Gull
Journal of cell science 90 (4), 577-589, 1988
Laser scanning in vivo confocal analysis of keratocyte density in keratoconus
JYF Ku, RL Niederer, DV Patel, T Sherwin, CNJ McGhee
Ophthalmology 115 (5), 845-850, 2008
Limbal stem cells: Central concepts of corneal epithelial homeostasis
JJ Yoon, S Ismail, T Sherwin
World journal of stem cells 6 (4), 391, 2014
A motility function for the paraflagellar rod of Leishmania parasites revealed by PFR-2 gene knockouts
C Santrich, L Moore, T Sherwin, P Bastin, C Brokaw, K Gull, JH LeBowitz
Molecular and biochemical parasitology 90 (1), 95-109, 1997
Microtubular organization visualized by immunofluorescence microscopy during erythrocytic schizogony in Plasmodium falciparum and investigation of post …
M Read, T Sherwin, SP Holloway, K Gull, JE Hyde
Parasitology 106 (3), 223-232, 1993
Acute wound healing in the human central corneal epithelium appears to be independent of limbal stem cell influence
CY Chang, CR Green, CNJ McGhee, T Sherwin
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 49 (12), 5279-5286, 2008
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