William T. Pu
William T. Pu
Professor of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School
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Endothelial-to-mesenchymal transition contributes to cardiac fibrosis
EM Zeisberg, O Tarnavski, M Zeisberg, AL Dorfman, JR McMullen, ...
Nature medicine 13 (8), 952-961, 2007
Epicardial progenitors contribute to the cardiomyocyte lineage in the developing heart
B Zhou, Q Ma, S Rajagopal, SM Wu, I Domian, J Rivera-Feliciano, ...
Nature 454 (7200), 109-113, 2008
Modeling the mitochondrial cardiomyopathy of Barth syndrome with induced pluripotent stem cell and heart-on-chip technologies
G Wang, ML McCain, L Yang, A He, FS Pasqualini, A Agarwal, H Yuan, ...
Nature medicine 20 (6), 616-623, 2014
Altered microRNA expression in human heart disease
S Ikeda, SW Kong, J Lu, E Bisping, H Zhang, PD Allen, TR Golub, ...
Physiological genomics 31 (3), 367-373, 2007
De novo cardiomyocytes from within the activated adult heart after injury
N Smart, S Bollini, KN Dubé, JM Vieira, B Zhou, S Davidson, D Yellon, ...
Nature 474 (7353), 640-644, 2011
Modified mRNA directs the fate of heart progenitor cells and induces vascular regeneration after myocardial infarction
L Zangi, KO Lui, A Von Gise, Q Ma, W Ebina, LM Ptaszek, D Später, H Xu, ...
Nature biotechnology 31 (10), 898-907, 2013
YAP1, the nuclear target of Hippo signaling, stimulates heart growth through cardiomyocyte proliferation but not hypertrophy
A von Gise, Z Lin, K Schlegelmilch, LB Honor, GM Pan, JN Buck, Q Ma, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (7), 2394-2399, 2012
Adult mouse epicardium modulates myocardial injury by secreting paracrine factors
B Zhou, LB Honor, H He, Q Ma, JH Oh, C Butterfield, RZ Lin, ...
The Journal of clinical investigation 121 (5), 1894-1904, 2011
MicroRNA-1 negatively regulates expression of the hypertrophy-associated calmodulin and Mef2a genes
S Ikeda, A He, SW Kong, J Lu, R Bejar, N Bodyak, KH Lee, Q Ma, ...
Molecular and cellular biology 29 (8), 2193-2204, 2009
Adult cardiac-resident MSC-like stem cells with a proepicardial origin
JJH Chong, V Chandrakanthan, M Xaymardan, NS Asli, J Li, I Ahmed, ...
Cell stem cell 9 (6), 527-540, 2011
Endocardial and epicardial epithelial to mesenchymal transitions in heart development and disease
A von Gise, WT Pu
Circulation research 110 (12), 1628-1645, 2012
Co-occupancy by multiple cardiac transcription factors identifies transcriptional enhancers active in heart
A He, SW Kong, Q Ma, WT Pu
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (14), 5632-5637, 2011
Recounting cardiac cellular composition
P Zhou, WT Pu
Circulation research 118 (3), 368-370, 2016
Single-cell resolution of temporal gene expression during heart development
DM DeLaughter, AG Bick, H Wakimoto, D McKean, JM Gorham, ...
Developmental cell 39 (4), 480-490, 2016
Cardiac-specific YAP activation improves cardiac function and survival in an experimental murine MI model
Z Lin, A von Gise, P Zhou, F Gu, Q Ma, J Jiang, AL Yau, JN Buck, ...
Circulation research 115 (3), 354-363, 2014
Morphogenesis of the right ventricle requires myocardial expression of Gata4
EM Zeisberg, Q Ma, AL Juraszek, K Moses, RJ Schwartz, S Izumo, WT Pu
The Journal of clinical investigation 115 (6), 1522-1531, 2005
Septum transversum‐derived mesothelium gives rise to hepatic stellate cells and perivascular mesenchymal cells in developing mouse liver
K Asahina, B Zhou, WT Pu, H Tsukamoto
Hepatology 53 (3), 983-995, 2011
Genetic basis for congenital heart disease: revisited: a scientific statement from the American Heart Association
ME Pierpont, M Brueckner, WK Chung, V Garg, RV Lacro, AL McGuire, ...
Circulation 138 (21), e653-e711, 2018
Evaluation of the role of IKAChin atrial fibrillation using a mouse knockout model
P Kovoor, K Wickman, CT Maguire, W Pu, J Gehrmann, CI Berul, ...
Journal of the American College of Cardiology 37 (8), 2136-2143, 2001
GATA4 is a dosage-sensitive regulator of cardiac morphogenesis
WT Pu, T Ishiwata, AL Juraszek, Q Ma, S Izumo
Developmental biology 275 (1), 235-244, 2004
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