Publications from the Eublephosphere

Names of students in bolded.

Jacyniak, K. and M.K. Vickaryous. 2018. Constitutive cardiomyocyte proliferation in the leopard gecko (Eublepharis macularius). Journal of Morphology 279(9): 1355-1367. Link

Vickaryous, M.K. and E.A.B. Gilbert.  (In press, 2018).  Reptile Embryology.  In: Vertebrate Embryogenesis: Methods in Molecular Biology 770 (F. Pelegri, ed.). Humana Press.  20 pp. 

McDonald, R.P. and M.K. Vickaryous. 2018. Evidence for neurogenesis in the medial cortex of the leopard gecko (Eublepharis macularius). Scientific Reports 8: 9648. doi: 10.1038/s41598-018-27880-6 Link

Subramaniam, N., Petrik, J.J. and M.K. Vickaryous. 2018. VEGF, FGF2 and TGFbeta expression in the normal and regenerating epidermis of geckos: implications for epidermal homeostasis and wound healing in reptiles. Journal of Anatomy 232(5): 768-782. Link

Gilbert, E.A.B. and M.K. Vickaryous. 2018. Neural stem/progenitor cells are activated during tail regeneration in the leopard gecko (Eublepharis macularius). Journal of Comparative Neurology 526: 285-309. Link

Jacyniak, K., McDonald, R.P. and M.K. Vickaryous. 2017. Wound healing, tissue regeneration, and tails of lizards. Journal of Experimental Biology 220: 2858-2869. Link

Payne, S.L., Peacock, H.M. and M.K. Vickaryous. 2017. Blood vessel formation during tail regeneration in the leopard gecko (Eublepharis macularius): the blastema is not avascular. Journal of Morphology 278 (3), 380-389. Link

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. Link

Gilbert, R.W., Vickaryous, M.K., and A.M. Viloria-Petit. 2016. Signalling by transforming growth factor beta isoforms in wound healing and tissue regeneration. Journal of Developmental Biology 2016(4), 1-24 Link

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. Link

Gilbert, E.A., Delorme, S.L. and M.K. Vickaryous. 2015. The regeneration blastema of lizards: an amniote model for the study of appendage replacement. Regeneration 2(2): 45-53. Link

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. Link

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.  Link.

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. Link.  

Gilbert, E.A., Lim, Y., Vickaryous, M.K. and C.A. Armstrong.  2012.  Heterochronic protein expression patterns in the embryonic chick cerebellum.  Anatomical Record 295: 1669-1682. Link.

Delorme,S.D., Lungu, I.M. and M.K. Vickaryous.  2012.  Scar-free wound healing and regeneration following tail loss in the leopard gecko.  Anatomical Record 295: 1575-1595. Link.

McLean, K.E. and M.K. Vickaryous.  2011.  A novel model of epimorphic regeneration: the leopard gecko, Eublepharis macularius.  BMC Developmental Biology 11: 50 Link. (**rated as ‘highly accessed’ by BioMed Central) 

Vickaryous, M.K. and K.E. McLean.  2011.  Reptile Embryology.  In: Vertebrate Embryogenesis: Embryological, Cellular and Genetic Methods, Methods in Molecular Biology 770 (F. Pelegri, ed.). Humana Press.  pp. 439-455. Link.

Payne, S.L., Holliday, C. and M.K. Vickaryous.  2011.  An osteological and histological investigation of cranial joints in geckos.  Anatomical Record 294: 399-405. Link.


Matt's Other Publications

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. Link

Loewen, M.A., Burns, M.E., Getty, M.A., Kirkland, J.I. and M.K. Vickaryous.  2013.  Review of Late Cretaceous ankylosaurian dinosaurs from the Grand Staircase Region, southern Utah.  In: M.A. Titus and M.A. Loewen (eds) At the Top of Grand Staircase; The Late Cretaceous of Southern Utah.  Indiana University Press, Bloomington, pp. 445-462. Link.

Burns, M.E., Vickaryous, M.K. and P.J. Currie.  2013.  Histological variability in fossil and recent crocodylian osteoderms: systematic and functional implications.  Journal of Morphology 274: 676-686. Link.

Dahdul, W., Balhoff, J., Blackburn, D., Diehl, A., Haendel, M., Hall, B.K., Lundberg, J., Mungall, C., Ringwald, M., Segerdell, E., Van Slyke, C., Vickaryous, M., Westerfield, M., and P. Mabee.  2012.  A unified anatomy ontology of the vertebrate skeletal system.  PLOS ONE 7(12): 1-10. Link.

Claessens, L.P.A.M. and M.K. Vickaryous.  2012.  The evolution, development and skeletal identity of the crocodylian pelvis: revisiting a forgotten scientific debate.  Journal of Morphology 273: 1185-1198. Link. 

Jonasson, K., Russell, A.P. and M.K. Vickaryous.  2012.  Histology and histochemistry of the gekkotan notochord and their bearing on the development of notochordal cartilage.  Journal of Morphology 273: 596-603. Link.

Curry-Roger, K., D’Emic, M., Rogers, R., Vickaryous, M.K. and A. Cagan.  2011.  Sauropod Dinosaur Osteoderms from the Late Cretaceous of Madagascar.  Nature Communications 2:564. Link. 

Currie, P.J., Badamgarav, D., Koppelhus, E.B., Sissions, R. and M.K. Vickaryous.  2011.  Hands, feet and behavior in Pinacosaurus (Dinosauria: Ankylosauridae).  Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 56(3): 489-504. Link.

Vickaryous, M.K. and B.K. Hall.  2010.  Comparative development of the crocodylian interclavicle and avian furcula, with comments on the homology of dermal elements in the pectoral apparatus.  Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental Evolution 314B: 196-207. Link.

Wise, P.A.D., Vickaryous, M.K., and A.P. Russell.  2009.  An embryonic staging table for in ovo development of Eublepharis macularius, the leopard gecko.  The Anatomical Record 292: 1198-1212. Link. 

Vickaryous, M.K. and J.-Y. Sire.  2009.  The integument story: origins, evolution, and current knowledge.  Journal of Anatomy 214: 407-408. Link.  

Sire, J.-Y., Donoghue, P.C.J., and M.K. Vickaryous.  2009.  Origin and evolution of the integumentary skeleton of non-tetrapod vertebrates.  Journal of Anatomy 214: 409-440. Link.

Vickaryous, M.K. and J.-Y. Sire.  2009.  The integumentary skeleton of tetrapods: origin, evolution, and development.  Journal of Anatomy 214: 441-464. Link. 

Vickaryous, M.K. and B.K. Hall.  2008.  Development of the dermal skeleton in Alligator mississippiensis (Archosauria, Crocodylia) with comments on the homology of osteoderms.  Journal of Morphology 269: 398-422. Link.

Vickaryous, M.K. and W. Olson.  2007.  Sesamoids and Ossicles in the Appendicular Skeleton.  In: B.K. Hall (ed.) Fins into Limbs: Evolution, Development and Transformation.  University of Chicago Press, pp. 323-341. Link.

Vickaryous, M.K.  2006.  New information on the cranial anatomy of Edmontonia rugosidens Gilmore, a Late Cretaceous nodosaurid dinosaur from Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 26(4): 1011-1013. Link.

Vickaryous, M.K. and B.K. Hall.  2006.  Osteoderm morphology and development in the nine-banded armadillo, Dasypus novemcinctus (Mammalia, Xenarthra, Cingulata).  Journal of Morphology 267: 1273-1283. Link.

Vickaryous, M.K. and B.K. Hall.  2006.  Human cell type diversity, evolution, development, and classification with special reference to cells derived from the neural crest.  Biological Reviews 81: 425-455. Link.

Franz-Odendaal, T. and M.K. Vickaryous.  2006.  Skeletal elements in the vertebrate eye and adnexa – morphological and developmental perspectives.  Developmental Dynamics 235 (5): 1244-1255. Link.

Vickaryous, M.K. and B.K. Hall.  2006.  Homology of the reptilian coracoid and a reappraisal of the evolution and development of the amniote pectoral apparatus.  Journal of Anatomy 208(3): 263-285. Link.

Vickaryous, M.K., Maryańska, T., and D.B. Weishampel.  2004. Ankylosauria.  In: D.B. Weishampel, Dodson, P. and H. Osmolska (eds.) The Dinosauria, Second Edition.  University of California Press, Berkeley, pp. 363-392. Link.

Vickaryous, M.K. and A.P. Russell.  2003.  A redescription of the skull of Euoplocephalus tutus (Archosauria: Ornithischia): A foundation for comparative and systematic studies of ankylosaurian dinosaurs.  Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 137(1): 157-186. Link.

Vickaryous, M.K., Russell, A.P., Currie, P.J., and X.-J. Zhao.  2001.  A new ankylosaurid (Dinosauria: Ankylosauria) from the Late Cretaceous of China, with comments on ankylosaurian relationships.  Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 38: 1767-1780. Link.

Vickaryous, M.K., Russell, A.P., and P.J. Currie.  2001.  The cranial ornamentation of ankylosaurs (Ornithischia: Thyreophora): reappraisal of developmental hypotheses.  In: K. Carpenter (ed.) The Armored Dinosaurs.  Indiana University Press, Bloomington, pp. 318-340. Link.

Rybczynski, N. and M.K. Vickaryous.  2001.  Evidence of complex jaw movement in the Late Cretaceous ankylosaurid Euoplocephalus tutus (Dinosauria: Thyreophora). In: K. Carpenter (ed.) The Armored Dinosaurs.  Indiana University Press, Bloomington, pp. 299-317. Link.

Ryan, M.J., Currie, P.J., Gardner, J.D., Vickaryous, M.K., and J.M. Lavigne.  2000.  Baby hadrosaurid material associated with an unusually high abundance of Troodon teeth from the Horseshoe Canyon Formation, Upper Cretaceous, Alberta, Canada.  Gaia15: 123-133.

Vickaryous, M.K. and M.J. Ryan. 1997.  Ornamentation. In: P.J. Currie and K. Padian (eds.) Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs.  Academic Press, New York, pp. 488-493. Link.

Ryan, M.J. and M.K. Vickaryous.  1997.  Diet.  In: P.J. Currie and K. Padian (eds.) Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs.  Academic Press, New York, pp. 169-174. Link.