SCIENTIFIC, BIOMEDICAL & DESIGN PUBLICATIONS with THE STUDIO SCIENTIST (1991-present)

  1. Jones PL. A Catastrophic Theory of Design. In Theories of Design (Editors P. Rodgers & C. Bremner, 2019)

  2. Jones PL. An Early Learner Theory of Design. In Theories of Design (Editors P. Rodgers & C. Bremner, 2019)

  3. Jones PL. A Non-Cartesian Theory of Design. In Theories of Design (Editors P. Rodgers & C. Bremner, 2019)

  4. Jones PL. A Scientific Theory of Design. In Theories of Design (Editors P. Rodgers & C. Bremner, 2019)

  5. Rodgers, P et al. The Lancaster Care Charter. Design Issues (MIT Press. In Press. 2019)

  6. Jones PL. Minifesto: Science-Y Ways of Knowing that Design has an S'TEAMM'D Future (published by Random House. Book chapter. Editors P. Rodgers & C. Bremner. In Press, 2019)

  7. Jones PL. Minding the Gap. Sci-Art Magazine (Oct 2018).

  8. Koerner M, Fredette E, Watt T, Jones PL. Annals Graphic Medicine - An Apple a Day. Ann Intern Med. 2018;168:GM1. doi: 10.7326/G18-0003, 2018. Video link

  9. Jones PL. Post-Disciplinary Action: Why science and medicine need the design school. In Design School: The Future of the Project (edited by Paul Rodgers; Published by Lancaster University in collaboration with The Design Museum, London, Imagination Lancaster, Charles Stuart University & The UK Arts and Humanities Research Council, 2018.)

  10. Sabin J and Jones PL. LabStudio: Design Research between Architecture and Biology (co-authored 400 page textbook. Contributors include Antoine Picon, Detlef Mertins, Mario Carpo, Sanford Kwinter, Mark Tykocinski, Peter F Davies & published by Routledge. 2018). Amazon link

  11. Jones PL, Watt TA How can we live with care once it has been aesthetized? Does Design Care? (Edited by Paul Rodgers et al). Published by Lancaster University, 2017

  12. Sabin J & Jones PL, “Sabin + Jones LabStudio: NonLinear Systems Biology & Design” in the 5th Edition of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Report on University Research, 2017

  13. Ihida-Stansbury K, Ames J, Chokshi M, Aiad N, Sanyal S, Kawabata KC, Jones PL Role played by Prx1-dependent extracellular matrix properties in vascular smooth muscle development in embryonic lungs. Pulmonary circulation. 2015;5(2):382–97.

  14. Mondrinos MJ, Jones PL, Finck CM, Lelkes PI. Engineering de novo assembly of fetal pulmonary organoids. Tissue Engineering Part A. 2014;20(21–22):2892–907.

  15. Karamanian VA, Harhay M, Grant GR, Palevsky HI, Grizzle WE, Zamanian RT, Jones PL. Erythropoietin upregulation in pulmonary arterial hypertension. Pulmonary circulation. 2014;4(2):269–79.

  16. Jones PL. Reconciling Matrix Remodeling and Vasoconstriction in Pulmonary Hypertension. Pulmonary Hypertension. 2014;51.

  17. Yu Z, Ricciotti E, Miwa T, Liu S, Ihida-Stansbury K, Landesberg G, Jones PL et al. Myeloid Cell 5-Lipoxygenase Activating Protein Modulates the Response to Vascular InjuryNovelty and Significance. Circulation research. 2013;112(3):432–40.

  18. Lucia AP, Sabin JE, Jones PL. Memory, difference, and information: Generative architectures latent to material and perceptual plasticity. In: Knowledge Visualization Currents. Springer; 2013. p. 179–97.

  19. Jones PL, Taichman D. Methods for diagnosis and prognosis of pulmonary hypertension. 2012 Nov 22;

  20. Gebb SA, DeCoux A, Jones PL. Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor Activation Mediates Fetal Oxygen Tension Induced Branching In Mesenchyme Free Fetal Lung Epithelial Cultures. In: A28 LUNG DEVELOPMENT: BENCH TO BEDSIDE. American Thoracic Society; 2012. p. A1224–A1224.

  21. Yu Z, Liu S, Ricciotti E, Ihida-Stansbury K, Hawthorne EA, Wang M, Jones PL et al. 5-Lipoxygenase Activating Protein Attenuates the Response to Vascular Injury. 2011;

  22. Wang M, Ihida-Stansbury K, Kothapalli D, Tamby MC, Yu Z, Chen L, Jones PL et al. Microsomal Prostaglandin E2 Synthase-1 Modulates the Response to Vascular InjuryClinical Perspective. Circulation. 2011;123(6):631–9.

  23. Krymskaya VP, Snow J, Cesarone G, Khavin I, Goncharov DA, Lim PN, Jones PL et al. mTOR is required for pulmonary arterial vascular smooth muscle cell proliferation under chronic hypoxia. The FASEB Journal. 2011;25(6):1922–33.

  24. Wang M, Ihida-Stansbury K, Kothapalli D, Tamby MC, Yu Z, Grant G, Jones PL et al. Microsomal Prostaglandin E-2 Synthase-1 Modulates the Response to Vascular Injury. In LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS 530 WALNUT ST, PHILADELPHIA, PA 19106-3621 USA; 2010. p. E198–E198..

  25. Taraseviciute A, Vincent BT, Schedin P, Jones PL. Quantitative analysis of three-dimensional human mammary epithelial tissue architecture reveals a role for tenascin-C in regulating c-met function. The American journal of pathology. 2010;176(2):827–38.

  26. Jones PL, Lucia A, Sabin JE. Branching Morphogenesis. Science. 2010;327(5968):946.

  27. Wang M, Tamby MC, Ihida-Stansbury K, Yu Z, Cheng Y, Jones PL, et al. Deletion of Microsomal Prostaglandin E 2 Synthase-1 Modulates the Response to Vascular Injury in Mice. 2009;

  28. Morrell NW, Adnot S, Archer SL, Dupuis J, Jones PL, MacLean MR, et al. Cellular and molecular basis of pulmonary arterial hypertension. Journal of the American College of Cardiology. 2009;54(1 Supplement):S20–31.

  29. McLaughlin V, Eu J, Everett A, Grizzle W, Jones P, Tuder R, et al. Systematic Collection of Human Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension Lung Tissue: Methods of the Pulmonary Hypertension Breakthrough Initiative (PHBI). Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 2009;179:A3362.

  30. Klinger A, Lucia A, Sabin J, Jones PL. Cellular Potts Modeling of Matrix-Dependent Endothelial Cell Networking. Biophysical Journal. 2009;96(3):628a.

  31. Huang Z, Wang D, Ihida-Stansbury K, Jones PL, Martin JF. Defective pulmonary vascular remodeling in Smad8 mutant mice. Human molecular genetics. 2009;18(15):2791–801.

  32. Savig E, Lucia A, Tamby M, Sabin J & Jones PL “Architecture and Cell Biology: Computational Images of Dynamic Cell Systems” in Objects of Knowledge, Objects of Exchange. Harvard University, 2009

  33. Cohen ED, Ihida-Stansbury K, Lu MM, Panettieri RA, Jones PL, Morrisey EE. Wnt signaling regulates smooth muscle precursor development in the mouse lung via a tenascin C/PDGFR pathway. The Journal of clinical investigation. 2009;119(9):2538–49.

  34. Sabin JE, Jones PL. Nonlinear systems biology and design: surface design. ACADIA 08 › Silicon + Skin › Biological Processes and Computation. In 2008.

  35. Sabin JE, Jones PL. Branching morphogenesis. In ACM; 2008. p. 14–14.

  36. Sabin J & Jones PL, Nonlinear Biosynthesis, Visionary Shell & Spatial Structures , In IAAS Shell and Spatial Structures: Structural Architecture-Towards the Future, Looking to the Past. 2007.

  37. Jones, PL (2008) Context Messaging: Modeling Biological Form , Models: 306090 11, ed. E Abruzzo, E Ellingsen, and J D Solomon. New York, NY: Princeton Architectural Press

  38. Oka M, Fagan K, Jones P, McMurtry I. Therapeutic potential of RhoA/Rho kinase inhibitors in pulmonary hypertension. British journal of pharmacology. 2008;155(4):444–54.

  39. Jones PL. Move on!: smooth muscle cell motility paired down. 2007; Circulation Research

  40. Taraseviciute A, Horwitz K, Stevens T, Levental I, Goach-Sostarecz A, Janmey P, Jones PL et al. Involvement of Tenascin-C in Mediating Breast Cancer Metastasis to the Lung: Effects on Endothelial Cell Surface Stiffness. In AMER SOC CELL BIOLOGY; 2006.

  41. Balmond C & Jones PL, Cross-Catalytic Architectures: Balmond & Jones in conversation” in 306090 (issue on Models), Vol 11, pp 126-132, 2006.

  42. Snow JL, Jones PL, Taichman DB. Pathobiologic mechanisms of pulmonary arterial hypertension. Pulmonary Vascular Disease Philadelphia: Elsevier. 2006;33–49

  43. McMurtry I, Gebb S, Jones P. Pulmonary vascular remodeling. 2006

  44. Ihida-Stansbury K, McKean DM, Lane KB, Loyd JE, Wheeler LA, Morrell NW, Jones PL Tenascin-C is induced by mutated BMP type II receptors in familial forms of pulmonary arterial hypertension. American Journal of Physiology-Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology. 2006;291(4):L694–702.

  45. Davie NJ, Gerasimovskaya EV, Hofmeister SE, Richman AP, Jones PL, Reeves JT, et al. Pulmonary artery adventitial fibroblasts cooperate with vasa vasorum endothelial cells to regulate vasa vasorum neovascularization: a process mediated by hypoxia and endothelin-1. The American journal of pathology. 2006;168(6):1793–807.

  46. Davie NJ, Gerasimovskaya EV, Hofmeister SE, Richman AP, Jones PL, Reeves JT, et al. Original Research Papers-Cardiovascular, Pulmonary and Renal Pathology-Pulmonary Artery Adventitial Fibroblasts Cooperate with Vasa Vasorum Endothelial Cells to Regulate Vasa Vasorum. American Journal of Pathology. 2006;168(6):1793–807.

  47. Chapados R, Abe K, Ihida-Stansbury K, McKean D, Gates AT, Kern M, Jones PL. ROCK controls matrix synthesis in vascular smooth muscle cells: coupling vasoconstriction to vascular remodeling. Circulation research. 2006;99(8):837–44.

  48. Taraseviciute A, Vincent B, Jones P. 76 TENASCIN-C DISRUPTS NORMAL MAMMARY EPITHELIAL TISSUE ARCHITECTURE. 2005;Sisbarro L, Ihida-Stansbury K, Stevens T, Bauer N, McMurtry I, Jones PL. The extracellular matrix microenvironment specifies pulmonary endothelial cell identity: roles of tenascin-C and RhoA. Chest. 2005;128(6):564S.

  49. Oliver-Picket K, Jones PL, McMurtry IF, Gebb SA. Rho Guanosine Triphosphatases in Lung. Chest. 2005;128:610S-611S.

  50. Merklinger SL, Jones PL, Martinez EC, Rabinovitch M. Epidermal growth factor receptor blockade mediates smooth muscle cell apoptosis and improves survival in rats with pulmonary hypertension. Circulation. 2005;112(3):423–31.

  51. Levy RJ, Jones PL, Li Q. Methods and compositions for enhancing the delivery of a nucleic acid to a cell. 2005 Jul 19;

  52. Kaufman J, Sakao E, Oka M, Nagaoka T, Oliver-Picket CK, Jones PL, et al. Rho guanosine triphosphatases in lung development and pulmonary hypertension. Chest. 2005;128(6):610S-610S.

  53. Jones P, Nemenoff JV, Lane K, Loyd J, Wheeler L, Morrell N, et al. Regulation and Functions of the. Chest. 2005;128:591S.

  54. Ivy DD, McMurtry IF, Colvin K, Imamura M, Oka M, Lee D-S, Jones PL Development of Occlusive Neointimal Lesions in Distal Pulmonary Arteries of Endothelin B Receptor–Deficient Rats: A New Model of Severe Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension. Circulation. 2005;111(22):2988–96.

  55. Ihida-Stansbury K, McKean D, Gebb S, Martin J, Stevens T, Nemenoff R, Jones PL Regulation and functions of the paired-related homeobox gene PRX1 in pulmonary vascular development and disease. Chest. 2005;128(6):591S.

  56. Gebb SA, Fox K, Vaughn J, McKean D, Jones PL. Fetal oxygen tension promotes tenascin‐C–dependent lung branching morphogenesis. Developmental dynamics. 2005;234(1):1–10.

  57. Elliott JT, Woodward JT, Langenbach KJ, Tona A, Jones PL, Plant AL. Vascular smooth muscle cell response on thin films of collagen. Matrix biology. 2005;24(7):489–502.

  58. Nemenoff R, Akeson A, Vaughn J, Jones PL, Ihida-stansbury K, Mckean DM, et al. Paired-related homeobox gene Prx1 is required for pulmonary vascular development. 2004;

  59. Mavrakis KJ, McKinlay KJ, Jones P, Sablitzky F. DEF6, a novel PH-DH-like domain protein, is an upstream activator of the Rho GTPases Rac1, Cdc42, and RhoA. Experimental cell research. 2004;294(2):335–44.

  60. Jones PL. The Extracellular Matrix in Development. In: Fetal and Neonatal Physiology (Third Edition). Elsevier; 2004. p. 52–7.

  61. Ihida-Stansbury K, McKean DM, Gebb SA, Martin JF, Stevens T, Nemenoff R, Jones PL Paired-related homeobox gene Prx1 is required for pulmonary vascular development. Circulation research. 2004;94(11):1507–14.

  62. Ihida K, McKean D, Lane K, Loyd J, Wheeler L, Morrell N, Jones PL BMP type II receptor mutations linked to familial forms of primary pulmonary hypertension regulate tenascin-C via induction of Prx1. In AMER SOC CELL BIOLOGY; 2004. p. 7A-8A.

  63. Gebb S, Oka M, Nagaoka T, Jones P. Rho-kinase enhances alveolarization and tenascin-c deposition in the fawn-hooded rat. In FEDERATION AMER SOC EXP BIO; 2004. p. A712–A712

  64. Bailey M, Pillarisetti S, Jones P, Xiao H, Simionescu D, Vyavahare N. Involvement of matrix metalloproteinases and tenascin-C in elastin calcification. Cardiovascular Pathology. 2004;13(3):146–55.

  65. Perlstein I, Connolly J, Cui X, Song C, Li Q, Jones P, et al. DNA delivery from an intravascular stent with a denatured collagen-polylactic-polyglycolic acid-controlled release coating: mechanisms of enhanced transfection. Gene therapy. 2003;10(17):1420.

  66. McKean DM, Sisbarro L, Ilic D, Kaplan-Alburquerque N, Nemenoff R, Weiser-Evans M, Jones PL FAK induces expression of Prx1 to promote tenascin-C–dependent fibroblast migration. J Cell Biol. 2003;161(2):393–402.

  67. Kaplan-Albuquerque N, Garat C, Desseva C, Jones PL, Nemenoff RA. Platelet-derived growth factor-BB-mediated activation of Akt suppresses smooth muscle-specific gene expression through inhibition of mitogen-activated protein kinase and redistribution of serum response factor. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 2003;278(41):39830–8.

  68. Kaplan-Albuquerque N, Garat C, Desseva C, Jones PL, Nemenoff RA. PDGF-BB-mediated activation of Akt suppresses smooth muscle-specific gene expression through inhibition of MAP kinase and redistribution of SRF. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 2003;

  69. Kaplan-Albuquerque N, Garat C, Desseva C, Jones PL, Nemenoff RA. MOLECULAR BASIS OF CELL AND DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY-Platelet-deirived Growth Factor-BB-mediated Activation of Akt Suppresses Smooth Muscle-specific Gene Expression through Inhibition of. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 2003;278(41):39830–8.

  70. Jones P, McKean D, Sisbarro L. Focal adhesion kinase promotes fibroblast migration by upregulating tenascin-C: Implications for vascular pathobiology. In FEDERATION AMER SOC EXP BIOL ; 2003. p. A521–A521.

  71. Jones PL. Homeobox genes in pulmonary vascular development and disease. Trends in cardiovascular medicine. 2003;13(8):336–45.

  72. Gebb SA, Jones PL. Hypoxia and lung branching morphogenesis. In: Hypoxia. Springer; 2003. p. 117–25.

  73. Gebb S, Jones P. Matrix metalloproteinase inhibition enhances fetal lung branching and sonic hedgehog expression. In FEDERATION AMER SOC EXP BIOL 9650 ROCKVILLE PIKE, BETHESDA, MD 20814-3998 USA; 2003. p. A827–A827.

  74. Elliott JT, Tona A, Woodward JT, Jones PL, Plant AL. Thin films of collagen affect smooth muscle cell morphology. Langmuir. 2003;19(5):1506–14.

  75. Cuevas BD, Abell AN, Witowsky JA, Yujiri T, Johnson NL, Kesavan K, Jones PL et al. MEKK1 regulates calpain‐dependent proteolysis of focal adhesion proteins for rear‐end detachment of migrating fibroblasts. The EMBO journal. 2003;22(13):3346–55.

  76. McKean D, Sisbarro L, Ilic D, Kaplan-Alberquerque N, Nemenoff R, Jones P. Regulation of cell migration by focal adhesion kinase: Involvement of paired-related homeobox genes and tenascin-C. In AMER SOC CELL BIOLOGY; 2002. p. 205A-205A.

  77. Li Q, Jones P, Lafferty R, Safer D, Levy R. Thymosin beta4 regulation, expression and function in aortic valve interstitial cells. The Journal of heart valve disease. 2002;11(5):726–35.

  78. Jones PL, Chapados R, Baldwin HS, Raff GW, Vitvitsky EV, Spray TL, et al. Altered hemodynamics controls matrix metalloproteinase activity and tenascin-C expression in neonatal pig lung. American Journal of Physiology-Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology. 2002;282(1):L26–35.

  79. Jones FS, McKean DM, Meech R, Edelman DB, Oakey RJ, Jones PL. Regulation of vascular smooth muscle cell growth and adhesion by paired-related homeobox genes. Chest. 2002;121(3):89S-90S.

  80. Ihida K, McKean D, Sisbarro L, Jones P. The paired-related homeobox gene Prx1 induces trans-differentiation of lung fibroblasts into an endothelial-like phenotype. In AMER SOC CELL BIOLOGY; 2002. p. 272A-272A.

  81. Gerasimovskaya EV, Ahmad S, White CW, Jones PL, Carpenter TC, Stenmark KR. MECHANISMS OF SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION-Extracellular ATP Is an Autocrine/Paracrine Regulator of Hypoxia-induced Adventitial Fibroblast Growth. SIGNALING THROUGH EXTRACELLULAR SIGNAL-REGULATED. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 2002;277(47):44638–50.

  82. Gerasimovskaya EV, Ahmad S, White CW, Jones PL, Carpenter TC, Stenmark KR. Extracellular ATP is an autocrine/paracrine regulator of hypoxia-induced adventitial fibroblast growth Signaling through extracellular signal-regulated kinase-1/2 and the Egr-1 transcription factor. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 2002;277(47):44638–50.

  83. Elliott J, Tona A, Jones P, Plant A. Highly reproducible fibrillar and non-fibrillar Type I collagen surfaces induce a distribution of responses in smooth muscle cells. In AMER SOC CELL BIOLOGY A; 2002. p. 68A-68A.

  84. Chapados R, Sisbarro L, Mckean D, Merklinger S, Elliot J, Plant A, Jones PL. Vascular smooth muscle cell tenascin-C expression depends upon cell shape: Role of Rho GTPases. In AMER SOC CELL BIOLOGY p. 344A-344A.

  85. Jones PL. Extracellular matrix and tenascin-C in pathogenesis of breast cancer. The Lancet. 2001;357(9273):1992–4.

  86. Jones F, Meech R, Edelman D, McKean D, Jones P. Control of vascular smooth muscle cell adhesion by paired-related homeobox genes. In LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS 530 WALNUT ST, PHILADELPHIA, PA 19106-3621 USA; 2001. p. 18–18.

  87. Jones FS, Meech R, Edelman DB, Oakey RJ, Jones PL. Prx1 controls vascular smooth muscle cell proliferation and tenascin-C expression and is upregulated with Prx2 in pulmonary vascular disease. Circulation research. 2001;89(2):131–8.

  88. Jian B, Jones PL, Li Q, Mohler ER, Schoen FJ, Levy RJ. Matrix metalloproteinase-2 is associated with tenascin-C in calcific aortic stenosis. The American journal of pathology. 2001;159(1):321–7.

  89. Vyavahare N, Jones P, Hirsch D, Schoen F, Levy R. Prevention of glutaraldehyde-fixed bioprosthetic heart valve calcification by alcohol pretreatment: further mechanistic studies. The Journal of heart valve disease. 2000;9(4):561–6.

  90. Vyavahare N, Jones PL, Tallapragada S, Levy RJ. Inhibition of matrix metalloproteinase activity attenuates tenascin-C production and calcification of implanted purified elastin in rats. The American journal of pathology. 2000;157(3):885–93.

  91. Klugherz BD, Jones PL, Cui X, Chen W, Meneveau NF, DeFelice S, et al. Gene delivery from a DNA controlled-release stent in porcine coronary arteries. Nature biotechnology. 2000;18(11):1181.

  92. Jones PL, Jones FS. Tenascin-C in development and disease: gene regulation and cell function. Matrix Biology. 2000;19(7):581–96.

  93. Jones FS, Jones PL. The tenascin family of ECM glycoproteins: structure, function, and regulation during embryonic development and tissue remodeling. Developmental dynamics. 2000;218(2):235–59.

  94. Cowan KN, Jones PL, Rabinovitch M. VASCULAR BIOLOGY AND THROMBOSIS-Elastase and matrix metalloproteinase inhibitors induce regression, and tenascin-C antisense prevents progression, of vascular disease. Journal of Clinical Investigation. 2000;105(1):21–34.

  95. Cowan KN, Jones PL, Rabinovitch M. Elastase and matrix metalloproteinase inhibitors induce regression, and tenascin-C antisense prevents progression, of vascular disease. The Journal of clinical investigation. 2000;105(1):21–34.

  96. Chapados R, Jones P. Adhesion-& cell-shape dependent control of vascular smooth muscle cell tenascin-C expression. In LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS 530 WALNUT ST, PHILADELPHIA, PA 19106-3621 USA; 2000. p. A192–A192.

  97. Vyavahare N, Jones P, Levy R. Elastin calcification is prevented by AlCl3 pretreatment and MMP inhibition. In LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS 530 WALNUT ST, PHILADELPHIA, PA 19106-3621 USA; 1999. p. 699–700.

  98. Jones P, Morabito L, Baldwin S, Raff G, Vitvitsky E, Spray T, et al. Extracellular matrix remodeling with increased pulmonary blood flow: A potential role for Egr-1 in the transcriptional central of tenascin-C. In 1999. p. 752–75

  99. Jones P, Mohler E, Schoen F, Levy R. Tenascin-C and matrix metalloproteinase-2 in aortic valve disease. In LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS 530 WALNUT ST, PHILADELPHIA, PA 19106-3621 USA; 1999. p. 543–543

  100. Jones PL, Jones FS, Zhou B, Rabinovitch M. Induction of vascular smooth muscle cell tenascin-C gene expression by denatured type I collagen is dependent upon a beta3 integrin-mediated mitogen-activated protein kinase pathway and a 122-base pair promoter element. Journal of cell science. 1999;112(4):435–45.

  101. Jian B, Mohler E, Jones P, Levy R. Transforming growth factor-beta promotes aortic valve interstitial cell calcification. In 19106-3621 USA; 1999. p. 706–706.

  102. Gates A, Jones F, Oakey R, Jones P. Regulation of the pro-proliferative extracellular matrix protein tenascin-C by prx-1 & prx-2: A role for paired-related Hox genes in vascular pathobiology. In ; 1999. p. 752–752.

  103. Gates A, Jones F, Oakey R, Rabinovitch M, Jones P. Regulation of tenascin-C by paired-related homeobox genes, prx1 and prx2. In AMER SOC CELL BIOLOGY PUBL . p. 346A-346A.

  104. Cowan KN, Jones PL, Rabinovitch M. Regression of hypertrophied rat pulmonary arteries in organ culture is associated with suppression of proteolytic activity, inhibition of tenascin-C, and smooth muscle cell apoptosis. Circulation Research. 1999;84(10):1223–33.

  105. Cowan KN, Jones PL, Rabinovitch M. Original Contributions-Vascular Biology-Regression of Hypertrophied Rat Pulmonary Arteries in Organ Culture Is Associated With Suppression of Proteolytic Activity, Inhibition of Tenascin-C, and. Circulation Research. 1999;84(10):1223–33.

  106. Boudreau NJ, Jones PL. Extracellular matrix and integrin signalling: the shape of things to come. Biochemical Journal. 1999;339(Pt 3):481.

  107. Wigle DA, Thompson KE, Yablonsky S, Zaidi SH, Coulber C, Jones PL, et al. AML1-like transcription factor induces serine elastase activity in ovine pulmonary artery smooth muscle cells. Circulation research. 1998;83(3):252–63.

  108. Jones P, Jones F, Cheah A, Rabinovitch M. Denatured type I collagen regulates tenascin-C gene transcription via a beta 3 integrin-mediated signaling pathway. In AMER SOC CELL BIOLOGY PUBL; 1998. p. 300A-300A.

  109. Cowan K, Jones P, Rabinovitch M. Tenascin-C antisense induces apoptosis of smooth muscle cells and expansion of a resistant population. In AMER SOC CELL BIOLOGY USA; 1998. p. 303A-303A.

  110. Jones P. Regulation of tenacin-C, a smooth muscle cell survival factor that interacts with the alpha v beta 3 integrin to promote epidermal growth. J Cell Biol. 1997;139:297–303.

  111. Jones PL, Crack J, Rabinovitch M. Regulation of tenascin-C, a vascular smooth muscle cell survival factor that interacts with the αvβ3 integrin to promote epidermal growth factor receptor phosphorylation and growth. The Journal of cell biology. 1997;139(1):279–93.

  112. Jones PL, Cowan KN, Rabinovitch M. Tenascin-C, proliferation and subendothelial fibronectin in progressive pulmonary vascular disease. The American journal of pathology. 1997;150(4):1349.

  113. Cowan KN, Jones PL, Rabinovitch M. Regression of pulmonary artery hypertrophy by inhibition of vascular elastases and matrix metalloproteinases. Circulation. 1997;96(8S):171–I.

  114. Cowan KN, Jones PL, Rabinovitch M. Matrix Metalloproteinase Activity Coincides with Deposition of Tenascin Rich Foci, Co-localizing with Proliferation in Porcine Pulmonary Artery Organ Culture. Circulation. 1997;96(8S):243–I.

  115. Cowan K, Jones P, Rabinovitch M. Serine elastase and matrix metalloproteinase (MMP)inhibition induces pulmonary artery (PA) smooth muscle cell (SMC) apoptosis leading to regression of vascular hypertrophy. In AMER SOC CELL BIOLOGY; 1997. p. 1661–1661.

  116. Jones P, Crack J, Rabinovitch M. Smooth muscle cell apoptosis is linked to suppression of matrix metalloproteinases which regulate tenascin-C through beta 3 integrin ligation. In AMER SOC CELL BIOLOGY USA; 1996. p. 2433–2433

  117. Jones PL, Rabinovitch M. Tenascin-C is induced with progressive pulmonary vascular disease in rats and is functionally related to increased smooth muscle cell proliferation. Circulation research. 1996;79(6):1131–42.

  118. Jones PL, Boudreau N, Myers CA, Erickson HP, Bissell MJ. Tenascin-C inhibits extracellular matrix-dependent gene expression in mammary epithelial cells. Localization of active regions using recombinant tenascin fragments. Journal of cell science. 1995;108(2):519–27.

  119. Jones PL, Schmidhauser C, Bissell M. Regulation of gene expression and cell function by extracellular matrix. Critical reviews in eukaryotic gene expression. 1993;3(2):137–54.

  120. Leary T, Jones PL, Appleby M, Blight A, Parkinson K, Stanley M. Epidermal keratinocyte self-renewal is dependent upon dermal integrity. Journal of investigative dermatology. 1992;99(4):422–30.

  121. STANLEY M, LEARY T, JONES P, BLIGHT A, PARKINSON E. EPIDERMAL KERATINOCYTE SELF RENEWAL IS DEPENDENT UPON DERMAL INTEGRITY. In BLACKWELL SCIENCE; 1991. p. 1017–1017.

  122. Allison, C., Coleman, N., Jones, P. L., & Hughes, C. (1992). Ability of Proteus mirabilis to invade human urothelial cells is coupled to motility and swarming differentiation. Infection and Immunity, 60(11), 4740–4746.

  123. Jones, PL. (PhD thesis) Studies on the expression of activated Harvey-ras oncogenes in murine keratinocytes.. British and Cambridge University Libraries (1991) http://ethos.bl.uk/OrderDetails.do?did=1&uin=uk.bl.ethos.239195

BOOKS & CHAPTERS WITHIN

  1. Jones PL: COLLAB-ORATOR. Forthcoming, 2020 (Book)

  2. Jones PL, Sabin JE. Surface Design: The Mammary Gland as a Model of Architectural Connectivity 1. In: LabStudio. Routledge; 2017. p. 157–238.

  3. Jones PL, Sabin JE. Networking: Elasticity and Branching Morphogenesis. In: LabStudio. Routledge; 2017. p. 55–106.

  4. Jones PL, Sabin JE. Motility: Adaptive Architecture and Personalized Medicine. In: LabStudio. Routledge; 2017. p. 107–55.

  5. Jones PL, Sabin JE. Introduction to Design Computation Tools for Architecture and Science: New Tools and Forms. In: LabStudio. Routledge; 2017. p. 47–54.

  6. Jones PL, Sabin JE. Design Research in Practice: A New Model 1. In: LabStudio. Routledge; 2017. p. 31–44.

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