Susan Louise Lindsay
  • Glial Cell Biology Group, Institute of Infection, Immunity and Inflammation, University of Glasgow, UK
Research focus
  • Neuroscience
Personal information


Ph.D. in Glasgow Caledonian University, 2003

Current position

Postdoctoral scientist, Institute of Infection Immunity and Inflammation, University of Glasgow

Publications (since 2005)

  1. Clunes, M. T., Lindsay, S. L., Roussa, E., Quinton, P. M. and Bovell, D. L. (2004). Localisation of the vacuolar proton pump (V-H+ -ATPase) and carbonic anhydrase II in the human eccrine sweat gland. J Mol Histol 35(4): 339-345.
  2. Cuzick, A., Stirling, F. R., Lindsay, S. L. and Evans, T. J. (2006). The type III pseudomonal exotoxin U activates the c-Jun NH2-terminal kinase pathway and increases human epithelial interleukin-8 production. Infect Immun 74(7): 4104-4113.
  3. Bovell, DL, Lindsay, SL, Corbett, AD, Steel, C. (2006) Immunolocalization of aquaporin-5 expression in sweat gland cells from normal and anhidrotic horses. Vet Dermatol.17(1):17-23.
  4. Lindsay, S. L., Ramsey, S., Aitchison, M., Renne, T. and Evans, T. J. (2007). Modulation of lamellipodial structure and dynamics by NO-dependent phosphorylation of VASP Ser239. J Cell Sci 120(Pt 17): 3011-3021.
  5. Lindsay, S. L., Holmes, S., Corbett, A. D., Harker, M. and Bovell, D. L. (2008). Innervation and receptor profiles of the human apocrine (epitrichial) sweat gland: routes for intervention in bromhidrosis. Br J Dermatol 159(3): 653-660.
  6. Tome, M., Lindsay, S. L., Riddell, J. S. and Barnett, S. C. (2009). Identification of nonepithelial multipotent cells in the embryonic olfactory mucosa. Stem Cells 27(9): 2196-2208.
  7. Lindsay, S. L., Riddell, J. S. and Barnett, S. C. (2010). Olfactory mucosa for transplant-mediated repair: a complex tissue for a complex injury? Glia 58(2): 125-134.
  8. Toft, A., Tome, M., Lindsay, S. L., Barnett, S. C. and Riddell, J. S. (2012). Transplant-mediated repair properties of rat olfactory mucosal OM-I and OM-II sphere-forming cells. J Neurosci Res 90(3): 619-631.
  9. Lindsay, S. L., Johnstone, S. A., Mountford, J. C., Sheikh, S., Allan, D. B., Clark, L. and Barnett, S. C. (2013). Human mesenchymal stem cells isolated from olfactory biopsies but not bone enhance CNS myelination in vitro. Glia 61(3): 368-382.
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