Pu Lab Publications 2017

  • Zhang, D., Li, Y., Heims-Waldron, D. A., Bezzerides, V. J., Guatimosim, S., Guo, Y., Gu, F., Zhou, P., Lin, Z., Ma, Q., Liu, J., Wang, D. Z. & Pu, W. T. Mitochondrial Cardiomyopathy Caused by Elevated Reactive Oxygen Species and Impaired Cardiomyocyte Proliferation. Circ Res (2017). Full Text. PDF.
  • VanDusen, N. J., Guo, Y., Gu, W. & Pu, W. T. CASAAV: A CRISPR-Based Platform for Rapid Dissection of Gene Function In Vivo. Curr Protoc Mol Biol 120, 31.11.1-31.11.14 (2017).
  • Chen, J., Fu, Y., Day, D. S., Sun, Y., Wang, S., Liang, X., Gu, F., Zhang, F., Stevens, S. M., Zhou, P., Li, K., Zhang, Y., Lin, R.-Z., Smith, L. E. H., Zhang, J., Sun, K., Melero-Martin, J. M., Han, Z., Park, P. J., Zhang, B. & Pu, W. T. VEGF amplifies transcription through ETS1 acetylation to enable angiogenesis. Nat. Commun. 8, 383 (2017). PDF. Supplement. Website.
  • Ai, S., Peng, Y., Li, C., Gu, F., Yu, X., Yue, Y., Ma, Q., Chen, J., Lin, Z., Zhou, P., Xie, H., Prendiville, T. W., Zheng, W., Liu, Y., Orkin, S. H., Wang, D. Z., Yu, J., Pu, W. T.* & He, A*. EED orchestration of heart maturation through interaction with HDACs is H3K27me3-independent. Elife 6, (2017). *co-corresponding authors. PDF.
  • Guo, Y., VanDusen, N. J., Zhang, L., Gu, W., Sethi, I., Guatimosim, S., Ma, Q., Jardin, B. D., Ai, Y., Zhang, D., Chen, B., Guo, A., Yuan, G. C., Song, L. S. & Pu, W. T. Analysis of Cardiac Myocyte Maturation Using CASAAV, A Platform for Rapid Dissection of Cardiac Myocyte Gene Function In Vivo. Circ Res (2017). PDF
  • Wang, G., Yang, L., Grishin, D., Rios, X., Ye, L. Y., Hu, Y., Li, K., Zhang, D., Church, G. M. & Pu, W. T. Efficient, footprint-free human iPSC genome editing by consolidation of Cas9/CRISPR and piggyBac technologies. Nat Protoc 12, 88-103 (2017). PDF.
  • Zangi, L., Oliveira, M. S., Ye, L. Y., Ma, Q., Sultana, N., Hadas, Y., Chepurko, E., Später, D., Zhou, B., Chew, W. L., Ebina, W., Abrial, M., Wang, Q. D., Pu, W. T.* & Chien, K. R.* An IGF1R-Dependent Pathway Drives Epicardial Adipose Tissue Formation After Myocardial Injury. Circulation (2016). *co-corresponding authors. PDF.
  • Zhou, P., Gu, F., Zhang, L., Akerberg, B. N., Ma, Q., Li, K., He, A., Lin, Z., Stevens, S. M., Zhou, B. & Pu, W. T. Mapping cell type-specific transcriptional enhancers using high affinity, lineage-specific Ep300 bioChIP-seq. Elife 6, (2017). PDF. Link.

2017 Reviews/Editorials
  • Galdos, F. X., Guo, Y., Paige, S. L., VanDusen, N. J., Wu, S. M. & Pu, W. T. Cardiac Regeneration: Lessons From Development. Circ Res 120, 941-959 (2017). PDF.

Collaborative Work

  • Tian, X., Li, Y., He, L., Zhang, H., Huang, X., Liu, Q., Pu, W., Zhang, L., Li, Y., Zhao, H., Wang, Z., Zhu, J., Nie, Y., Hu, S., Sedmera, D., Zhong, T. P., Yu, Y., Zhang, L., Yan, Y., Qiao, Z., Wang, Q.-D., Wu, S. M., Pu, W. T., Anderson, R. H. & Zhou, B. Identification of a hybrid myocardial zone in the mammalian heart after birth. Nat. Commun. 8, 87 (2017).
  • Liu, X., Yagi, H., Saeed, S., Bais, A. S., Gabriel, G. C., Chen, Z., Peterson, K. A., Li, Y., Schwartz, M. C., Reynolds, W. T., Saydmohammed, M., Gibbs, B., Wu, Y., Devine, W., Chatterjee, B., Klena, N. T., Kostka, D., de Mesy Bentley, K. L., Ganapathiraju, M. K., Dexheimer, P., Leatherbury, L., Khalifa, O., Bhagat, A., Zahid, M., Pu, W., Watkins, S., Grossfeld, P., Murray, S. A., Porter, G. A., Jr, Tsang, M., Martin, L. J., Benson, D. W., Aronow, B. J. & Lo, C. W. The complex genetics of hypoplastic left heart syndrome. Nat. Genet. 49, 1152–1159 (2017).
  • Ai, S., Yu, X., Li, Y., Peng, Y., Li, C., Yue, Y., Tao, G., Li, C. Y., Pu, W. T. & He, A. Divergent Requirements for EZH1 in Heart Development Versus Regeneration. Circ Res (2017).
  • Yu, W., Zhang, F., Wang, S., Fu, Y., Chen, J., Liang, X., Le, H., Pu, W. T. & Zhang, B. Depletion of polycomb repressive complex 2 core component EED impairs fetal hematopoiesis. Cell Death Dis 8, e2744 (2017).
  • Sun, Y., Lin, Z., Liu, C. H., Gong, Y., Liegl, R., Fredrick, T. W., Meng, S. S., Burnim, S. B., Wang, Z., Akula, J. D., Pu, W. T., Chen, J. & Smith, L. E. H. Inflammatory signals from photoreceptor modulate pathological retinal angiogenesis via c-Fos. J Exp Med (2017).