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Ingemar Rundquist

My research interest deals with regulation of cell growth and differentiation. I have previously led a research group that more specifically studied the role of linker histones within this area.

Regulation of cell growth and differentiation in normal skin and psoriasis

My participation in this project concerns regulation of cell growth and differentiation in normal epidermis and in psoriatic epidermis.

We are for example using fluorescence based methods, both microscopy and flow cytometry, for this purpose.

Responsible for the research project is Professor Charlotta Enerb├Ąck.

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Publications

2019

Anna-Karin Ekman, Cecilia Bivik Eding, Ingemar Rundquist, Charlotta Enerbäck (2019) IL-17 and IL-22 Promote Keratinocyte Stemness in the Germinative Compartment in Psoriasis Journal of Investigative Dermatology, Vol. 139, p. 1564-+ Continue to DOI

2013

Nora N. Kostova-Koleva, Ljuba Srebreva, Dimiter V. Markov, Bettina Sarg, Herbert H. Lindner, Ingemar Rundquist (2013) Histone H5chromatin interactions in situ are strongly modulated by H5 C-terminal phosphorylation Cytometry Part A, Vol. 83A, p. 273-279 Continue to DOI

2011

Anna Gréen, Bettina Sarg, Henrik Green, Anita Lönn, Herbert H Lindner, Ingemar Rundquist (2011) Histone H1 interphase phosphorylation becomes largely established in G(1) or early S phase and differs in G(1) between T-lymphoblastoid cells and normal T cells Epigenetics & Chromatin, Vol. 4 Continue to DOI