Pu Lab Publications 2015



2015
  • Prendiville, T. W., Guo, H., Lin, Z., Zhou, P., Stevens, S. M., He, A., VanDusen, N., Chen, J., Zhong, L., Wang, D. Z., Gao, G. & Pu, W. T. Novel Roles of GATA4/6 in the Postnatal Heart Identified through Temporally Controlled, Cardiomyocyte-Specific Gene Inactivation by Adeno-Associated Virus Delivery of Cre Recombinase. PLoS One 10, e0128105 (2015). PDF
  • von Gise, A., Stevens, S. M., Honor, L. B., Oh, J. H., Gao, C., Zhou, B. & Pu, W. T. Contribution of Fetal but Not Adult Pulmonary Mesothelium to Mesenchymal Lineages in Lung Homeostasis and Fibrosis. Am J Respir Cell Mol Biol (2015). PDF

2015 Reviews/Editorials
  • Tian, X., Pu, W. T. & Zhou, B. Cellular Origin and Developmental Program of Coronary Angiogenesis. Circ Res 116, 515-530 (2015). PDF
  • Lin, Z. & Pu, W. T. Releasing YAP From an α-Catenin Trap Increases Cardiomyocyte Proliferation. Circ Res 116, 9-11 (2015). PDF

Collaborative Work
  • Ding, J., Chen, J., Wang, Y., Kataoka, M., Ma, L., Zhou, P., Hu, X., Lin, Z., Nie, M., Deng, Z. L., Pu, W. T. & Wang, D. Z. Trbp regulates heart function through microRNA-mediated Sox6 repression. Nat Genet (2015).
  • Huang, Z. P., Kataoka, M., Chen, J., Wu, G., Ding, J., Nie, M., Lin, Z., Liu, J., Hu, X., Ma, L., Zhou, B., Wakimoto, H., Zeng, C., Kyselovic, J., Deng, Z. L., Seidman, C. E., Seidman, J. G., Pu, W. T. & Wang, D. Z. Cardiomyocyte-enriched protein CIP protects against pathophysiological stresses and regulates cardiac homeostasis. J Clin Invest (2015).
  • Vicente-Steijn, R., Scherptong, R. W., Kruithof, B. P., Duim, S. N., Goumans, M. J., Wisse, L. J., Zhou, B., Pu, W. T., Poelmann, R. E., Schalij, M. J., Tallquist, M. D., Gittenberger-de Groot, A. C. & Jongbloed, M. R. Regional differences in WT-1 and Tcf21 expression during ventricular development: implications for myocardial compaction. PLoS One 10, e0136025 (2015).
  • Sun, Y., Liu, C. H., SanGiovanni, J. P., Evans, L. P., Tian, K. T., Zhang, B., Stahl, A., Pu, W. T., Kamenecka, T. M., Solt, L. A. & Chen, J. Nuclear receptor RORα regulates pathologic retinal angiogenesis by modulating SOCS3-dependent inflammation. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A (2015).
  • Sun, Y., Ju, M., Lin, Z., Fredrick, T. W., Evans, L. P., Tian, K. T., Saba, N. J., Morss, P. C., Pu, W. T., Chen, J., Stahl, A., Joyal, J. S. & Smith, L. E. SOCS3 in retinal neurons and glial cells suppresses VEGF signaling to prevent pathological neovascular growth. Sci Signal 8, ra94 (2015).