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  88. Rajagopal SK, Ma Q, Obler D, Shen J, Manichaikul A, Tomita-Mitchell A, Boardman K, Briggs C, Garg V, Srivastava D, Goldmuntz E, Broman KW, Woodrow Benson D, Smoot LB, Pu WT. (2007) Spectrum of heart disease associated with murine and human GATA4 mutation. J. Mol. Cell. Cardiol. 43:677–685. [PDF - 1.77 MB]
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  93. Ivey KN, Sutcliffe D, Richardson J, Clyman RI, Garcia JA, Srivastava D. (2008) Transcriptional regulation during development of the ductus arteriosus. Circ. Res. 103:388–395. [PDF - 1.27 MB]
  94. Fish JE, Santoro MM, Morton SU, Yu S, Yeh RF, Wythe JD, Ivey KN, Bruneau BG, Stainier DYR, Srivastava D. (2008) miR-126 regulates angiogenic signaling and vascular integrity. Dev. Cell 15:272–284. [PDF - 1.79 MB]
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  96. Niu Z, Iyer D, Conway SJ, Martin JF, Ivey K, Srivastava D, Nordheim A, Schwartz RJ. (2008) Serum response factor orchestrates nascent sarcomerogenesis and silences the biomineralization gene program in the heart. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 105:17824–17829. [PDF - 1.92 MB]
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  98. Kwon C, Cordes KR, Srivastava D. (2008) Wnt/β-catenin signaling acts at multiple developmental stages to promote mammalian cardiogenesis. Cell Cycle 7:3815–3818.
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  101. Ieda M, Tsuchihashi T, Ivey KN, Ross RS, Hong T-T, Shaw RM, Srivastava D. (2009) Cardiac fibroblasts regulate myocardial proliferation through beta-1 integrin signaling. Dev. Cell 16:233–244. [PDF - 2.26 MB]
  102. Ellis J, Bruneau BG, Keller G, Lemischka IR, Nagy A, Rossant J, Srivastava D, Zandstra PW, Stanford WL. (2009) Alternative induced pluripotent stem cell characterization criteria for in vitro applications. Cell Stem Cell 4:198–199; author reply 202. [PDF - 83 KB]
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  105. Cordes KR, Sheehy NT, White M, Berry E, Morton SU, Muth AN, Lee T-H, Miano JM, Ivey KN, Srivastava D. (2009) miR-145 and miR-143 regulate smooth muscle cell fate and plasticity. Nature (article) 460:705–710. [PDF - 816 KB]
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  114. Qian L, Srivastava D. (2010) Monkeying around with cardiac progenitors: Hope for the future. J. Clin. Invest. 120:1034–1036. [PDF - 396 KB]
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  125. Yu S, Crawford D, Tsuchihashi T, Behrens TW and Srivastava D. (2011) The chemokine receptor CXCR7 functions to regulate cardiac valve remodeling. Dev. Dyn. 240:384–393. [PDF - 5.74 MB]
  126. Tsuchihashi T, Maeda J, Shin CH, Ivey KN, Black BL, Olson EN, Yamagishi H and Srivastava D. (2011) Hand2 function in second heart field progenitors is essential for cardiogenesis. Dev. Biol. 351:62-69. [PDF - 1.58 MB]
  127. Li Q, Kannan A, Demayo FJ, Lydon JP, Cooke PS, Yamagishi H, Srivastava D, Bagchi MK and Bagchi IC. (2011) The antiproliferative action of progesterone in uterine epithelium is mediated by Hand2. Science 331:912–916. [PDF - 7.3 MB]
  128. Fish JE, Wythe JD, Xiao T, Bruneau BG, Stainier DYR, Srivastava D and Woo S. (2011) A novel Slit/miR-218/Robo regulatory loop is required during heart tube formation in zebrafish. Development 138:1409–1419. [PDF - 2.91 MB]
  129. Qian L, Van Laake LW, Huang Y, Liu S, Wendland MF and Srivastava D. (2011) miR-24 inhibits apoptosis and represses Bim in mouse cardiomyocytes. J. Exp. Med. 208:549–560. [PDF - 2.91 MB]
  130. King IN, Qian L, Liang J, Huang Y, Shieh JTC, Kwon C, Srivastava D. (2011) A genome-wide screen reveals a role for microRNA-1 in modulating cardiac cell polarity. Dev. Cell 20:497–510. [PDF - 1.85 MB]
  131. Shieh JTC, Huang Y, Gilmore J, Srivastava D. (2011) Elevated miR-499 levels blunt the cardiac stress response. PLoS ONE 5:e19481.[PDF - 962 KB]
  132. Qian L, Wythe JD, Liu J, Cartry J, Vogler G, Mohapatra B, . . . Bodmer R. (2011) Tinman/Nkx2-5 acts via miR-1 and upstream of Cdc42 to regulate heart function across species. J. Cell Biol. 193:1181–1196. [PDF - 3.9 MB]
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  134. Kwon C, Cheng P, King IN, Andersen P, Shenje L, Nigam V, Srivastava D. (2011) Notch post-translationally regulates beta-catenin protein in stem and progenitor cells. Nat. Cell Biol. 13:1244–1251. [PDF - 1.6 MB]
  135. Bernstein HS and Srivastava D. (2012) Stem cell therapy for cardiac disease. Pediatr. Res. 71:491–499. [PDF - 221 KB]
  136. Funato N, Nakamura M, Richardson JA, Srivastava D and Yanagisawa H. (2012) Tbx1 regulates oral epithelial adhesion and palatal development. Hum. Mol. Genet. 21:2524–2537.
  137. Kathiresan S and Srivastava D. (2012) Genetics of human cardiovascular disease. Cell 148:1242–1257. [PDF - 795 KB]
  138. Qian L, Huang Y, Spencer CI, Foley A, Vedantham V, Liu L, Conway SJ, Fu J and Srivastava D. (2012) In vivo reprogramming of murine cardiac fibroblasts into induced cardiomyocytes. Nature 485:593–598. [PDF - 1.4 MB]
  139. Park CY, Jeker LT, Carver-Moore K, Oh A, Liu HJ, Cameron R, Richards H, Li Z, Adler D, Yoshinaga Y,         Martinez M, Nefadov M, Abbas AK, Weiss A, Lanier LL, de Jong PJ, Bluestone JA, Srivastava D, McManus MT. (2012) A resource for the conditional ablation of microRNAs in the mouse. Cell Reports 1:385–391. [PDF - 831 KB]
  140. Misra C, Sachan N, McNally CR, Koenig SN, Nichols HA, Guggilam A, Lucchesi PA, Pu WT, Srivastava D, Garg V. (2012) Congenital heart disease–causing Gata4 mutation displays functional deficits in vivo. PLoS Genet. 8:e1002690. [PDF - 4.7 MB]
  141. Srivastava D and Ieda M. (2012) Critical factors for cardiac reprogramming. Circ. Res. 111:5–8. [PDF - 225 KB]
  142. Tomoda K, Takahashi K, Leung K, Okada A, Narita M, Yamada NA, Eilertson KE, Tsang P, Baba S, White MP, Sami S, Srivastava D, Conklin BR, Panning B, Yamanaka S. (2012) Derivation conditions impact X-inactivation status in female human induced pluripotent stem cells. Cell Stem Cell 11:91–99. [PDF - 769 KB]
  143. Hassel D, Cheng P, White MP, Ivey KN, Kroll J, Augustin HG, Katus HA, Stainier DYR, Srivastava D. (2012) miR-10 regulates the angiogenic behavior of zebrafish and human endothelial cells by promoting VEGF signaling. Circ. Res. 111:1421–1433. [PDF - 1.8 MB]
  144. Baldwin HS, Srivastava D. (2012) Molecular Determinants of Cardiac Development and Disease. In Moss and Adams' Heart Disease in Infants, Children and Adolecsents (Allen HD, Driscoll DJ, Shaddy RE, Feltes TF, eds) 8th Edition, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia.
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  146. Vedantham V, Evangelista M, Huang Y, Srivastava D. (2013) Spatiotemporal regulation of an Hcn4 enhancer defines a role for Mef2c and HDACs in cardiac electrical patterning. Dev. Biol. 373:149–162. [PDF - 3.2 MB]
  147. Wamstad JA, Alexander JM, Truty RM, Shrikumar A, Li F, Eilertson KE, Ding H, Wylie JN, Pico AR, Capra JA, Erwin G, Kattman SJ, Keller GM, Srivastava D, Levine SS, Pollard KS, Holloway AK, Boyer LA, Bruneau BG. (2012) Dynamic and coordinated epigenetic regulation of developmental transitions in the cardiac lineage. Cell151:206–220.
  148. Farina NH, Hausburg M, Dalla Betta N, Pulliam C, Srivastava D, Cornelison DD, Olwin BB. (2012) A role for RNA post-transcriptional regulation in satellite cell activation. Skelet. Muscle. 2:21.
  149. Plath K, Srivastava D, Alvarez-Buylla A, Tanaka EM, Kriegstein AR. (2012) Stem cells in the land of the rising sun: ISSCR 2012. Cell Stem Cell. 11:607–614.
  150. White MP, Rufaihah AJ, Liu L, Ghebremariam YT, Ivey KN, Cooke JP, Srivastava D. (2013) Limited gene expression variation in human embryonic stem cell and induced pluripotent stem cell-derived endothelial cells. Stem Cells 31:92–103.[PDF - 1.4 MB]
  151. Limphong P, Zhang H, Christians E, Liu Q, Riedel M, Ivey K, Cheng P, Mitzelfelt K, Taylor G, Winge D, Srivastava D, Benjamin I. (2013) Modeling human protein aggregation cardiomyopathy using murine induced pluripotent stem cells. Stem Cells Transl. Med. 2:161–166.[PDF - 5.3 MB]
  152. Ivey KN, Srivastava D. (2013) MicroRNAs as developmental regulators. In: Tam PPL, Nelson WJ, Rossant J, eds. Mammalian Development: Networks, Switches, and Morphogenetic Processes. Cold Spring Harbor, NY: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press; 33–42.
  153. Qian L, Srivastava D. Direct cardiac reprogramming: From developmental biology to cardiac regeneration. Circ. Res. 113:915-21.[PDF - 890 KB]
  154. Qian L, Berry EC, Fu JD, Ieda M, Srivastava D. (2013) Reprogramming of mouse fibroblasts to cardiomyocyte-like cells in vitro. Nature Protocols. 8:1204–1215.
  155. Srivastava D, Metzler KRC. (2013) Fending for a Braveheart. EMBO J. 32:1211–1213.
  156. Cheng P, Andersen P, Hassel D, Kaynak BL, Limphong P, Juergensen L, Kwon C, Srivastava D. (2013) Fibronectin mediates mesendodermal cell fate decisions. Development 140:2587–2596.
  157. Srivastava D, Heidersbach AJ. (2013) Small solutions to big problems: MicroRNAs for cardiac regeneration. Circ. Res. 112:1412–1414.
  158. Spindler MJ, Burmeister BT, Huang Y, Hsiao EC, Salomonis N, Scott MJ, Srivastava D, Carnegie GK, Conklin BR. (2013) AKAP13 Rho-GEF and PKD-binding domain deficient mice develop normally but have an abnormal response to β-adrenergic-induced cardiac hypertrophy. PLoS ONE 8:e62705.
  159. Srivastava D, Berry EC. (2013) Cardiac reprogramming: From mouse toward man. Curr. Opin. Genet. Dev. 23:574–578.
  160. Fu J, Stone NR, Liu L, Spencer CI, Qian L, Hayashi Y, Delgado-Olguin P, Ding S, Bruneau BG, Srivastava D. (2013) Direct reprogramming of human fibroblasts toward the cardiomyocyte lineage. Stem Cell Reports 1:235–247.
  161. Heidersbach A, Saxby C, Carver-Moore K, Huang Y, Ang Y, de Jong PJ, Ivey KN, Srivastava D. (2013) microRNA-1 regulates sarcomere formation and suppresses smooth muscle gene expression in the mammalian heart. eLife. 2:e01323.
  162. Worringer KA, Rand TA, Hayashi Y, Sami S, Takahashi K, Tanabe K, Narita M, Srivastava D, Yamanaka S. (2014) The let-7/LIN-41 pathway regulates reprogramming to human induced pluripotent stem cells by controlling expression of pro-differentiation genes. Cell Stem Cell 14:40–52.[PDF - 3.3 MB]
  163. Bruneau BG, Srivastava D. (2014) Congenital heart disease: Entering a new era of human genetics. Circ. Res. 114:598–599.[PDF - 462 KB]
  164. Wang H, Cao N, Spencer CI, Nie B, Ma T, Xu T, Zhang Y, Wang X, Srivastava D, Ding S. (2014) Small molecules enable cardiac reprogramming of mouse fibroblasts with a single factor. Cell Reports 6:951–960.
  165. Hu H, Roach JC, Coon H, Guthery SL, Voelkerding KV, Margraf RL, Durtschi JD, Tavtigian SV, Shankaracharya, Wu W, Scheet P, Wang S, Xing J, Glusman G, Hubley R, Li H, Garg V, Moore B, Hood L, Galas DJ, Srivastava D, Reese MG, Jorde LB, Yandell M, Huff CD. (2014) A unified test of linkage analysis and rare-variant association for analysis of pedigree sequence data. Nat. Biotechnol. 32:663–669.[PDF - 1.6 MB]
  166. King I, Yartseva V, Salas D, Kumar A, Heidersbach A, Ando DM, Stallings NR, Elliott JL, Srivastava D, Ivey KN. (2014) The RNA binding protein TDP-43 selectively disrupts microRNA-1/206 incorporation into the RNA-Induced Silencing Complex. J. Biol. Chem. 289:14263–14271.[PDF - 1.9 MB]
  167. Hua LL, Vedantham V, Barnes RM, Hu J, Robinson AS, Bressan M, Srivastava D, Black BL. (2014) Specification of the mouse cardiac conduction system in the absence of Endothelin signaling. Dev. Biol. 393:245–254.
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  168. Ang YS, Srivastava D. (2014) Oxygen: Double-edged sword in cardiac function and repair. Circ. Res. 115:824–825.[PDF - 563 KB]
  169. Funato N, Nakamura M, Richardson JA, Srivastava D, Yanagisawa H. (2015) Loss of Tbx1 induces bone phenotypes similar to cleidocranial dysplasia. Hum. Mol. Genet. 24:424–435.
  170. Fu J, Srivastava D. (2015) Direct reprogramming of fibroblasts into cardiomyocytes for cardiac regenerative medicine. Circ. J. 79:245–254.
  171. Vedantham V, Galang G, Evangelista M, Deo RC, Srivastava D. (2015) RNA sequencing of mouse sinoatrial node reveals an upstream regulatory role for Islet-1 in cardiac pacemaker cells. Circ. Res. 116:797–803.
  172. Theodoris CV, Li M, White MP, Liu L, He D, Pollard KS, Bruneau BG, Srivastava D. (2015) Human disease modeling reveals integrated transcriptional and epigenetic mechanisms of NOTCH1 haploinsufficiency. Cell 160:1072–1086.
  173. Rasmussen TL, Ma Y, Park CY, Harriss J, Pierce SA, Dekker JD, Valenzuela N, Srivastava D, Schwartz RJ, Stewart MD, Tucker HO. (2015) Smyd1 facilitates heart development by antagonizing oxidative and ER stress responses. PLoS One 10:e0121765.
  174. White MP, Theodoris CV, Liu L, Collins WJ, Blue KW, Lee JH, Meng X, Robbins RC, Ivey KN, Srivastava D. (2015) NOTCH1 regulates matrix gla protein and calcification gene networks in human valve endothelium. J. Mol. Cell. Cardiol. 84:13–23.
  175. Ivey KN, Srivastava D. (2015) microRNAs as developmental regulators. Cold Spring Harb. Perspect. Biol. 7:a008144.
  176. Ribeiro AJS, Ang YS, Fu J-D, Rivas RN, Mohamed TMA, Higgs GC, Srivastava D, Pruitt BL. (2015) Contractility of single cardiomyocytes differentiated from pluripotent stem cells depends on physiological shape and substrate stiffness. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. do1:10.1073/pnas.1508073112
  177. Kime C, Rand TA, Ivey KN, Srivastava D, Yamanaka S, Tomoda K. (2015) Practical integration-free episomal methods for generating human induced pluripotent stem cells. Curr. Protoc. Hum. Genet. 87:21.22.21–21.22.21.
  178. Srivastava D, Yu P. (2015) Recent advances in direct cardiac reprogramming. Curr. Opin. Genet. Dev. 34:77–81.
  179. Gifford CA, Srivastava D. (2015) Heart disease modeling adds a Notch to its belt. Nat. Cell Biol. 18:3–5.
  180. Kime C, Mandegar MA, Srivastava D, Yamanaka S, Conklin BR, Rand TA. (2016) Efficient CRISPR/Cas9-based genome engineering in human pluripotent stem cells. Curr. Protoc. Hum. Genet. 88:21.4.1–21.4.23.
  181. Zhang Y, Cao N, Huang Y, Spencer CI, Fu JD, Yu C, Liu K, Nie B, Xu T, Li K, Xu S, Bruneau BG, Srivastava D, Ding S. (2016) Expandable cardiovascular progenitor cells reprogrammed from fibroblasts. Cell Stem Cell. 18:368–381.
  182. Cao N, Huang Y, Zheng J, Spencer CI, Zhang Y, Fu J-D, Nie B, Xie M, M Zhang, Wang H, Ma T, Xu T, Shi G, Srivastava D, Ding S. (2016) Conversion of human fibroblasts into functional cardiomyocytes by small molecules. Science. 352:1216–1220.
  183. Huebsch N, Loskill P, Deveshwar N, Spencer CI, Judge LM, Mandegar MA, C BF, Mohamed TM, Ma Z, Mathur A, Sheehan AM, Truong A, Saxton M, Yoo J, Srivastava D, Desai TA, So PL, Healy KE, Conklin BR. (2016) Miniaturized iPS-cell-derived cardiac muscles for physiologically relevant drug response analyses. Sci. Rep. 6:24726.
  184. Haldar SM, Srivastava D. (2016) Sarcomeres and cardiac growth: Tension in the relationship. Trends Mol. Med. 22:530–533.
  185. Sia J, Yu P, Srivastava D, Li S. (2016) Effect of biophysical cues on reprogramming to cardiomyocytes. Biomaterials. 103:1–11.
  186. Barruet E, Morales BM, Lwin W, White MP, Theodoris CV, Kim H, Urrutia A, Wong SA, Srivastava D, Hsiao EC. (2016) The ACVR1 R206H mutation found in fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva increases human induced pluripotent stem cell-derived endothelial cell formation and collagen production through BMP-mediated SMAD1/5/8 signaling. Stem Cell Res. Ther. 7:115.
  187. Srivastava D, DeWitt N. (2016) In vivo cellular reprogramming: The next generation. Cell. 166:1386–1396.
  188. Wang Z, Zhang XJ, Ji YX, Zhang P, Deng KQ, Gong J, Ren S, Wang X, Chen I, Wang H, Gao C, Yokota T, Ang YS, Li S, Cass A, Vondriska TM, Li G, Deb A, Srivastava D, Yang HT, Xiao X, Li H, Wang Y. (2016) The long noncoding RNA Chaer defines an epigenetic checkpoint in cardiac hypertrophy. Nat. Med. 22:1131–1139.
  189. Ang YS, Rivas RN, Ribeiro AJS, Srivas R, Rivera J, Stone NR, Pratt K, Mohamed TMA, Fu J-D, Spencer CI, Tippens ND, Li M, Narasimha A, Radzinsky E, Moon-Grady AJ, Yu H, Pruitt BL, Snyder M, Srivastava D. (2016) Disease model of GATA4 mutation reveals transcription factor cooperativity in human cardiogenesis. Cell. 167:1734–1749.
  190. Mohamed TMA, Stone NR, Berry EC, Radzinsky E, Huang Y, Pratt K, Ang YS, Yu P, Wang H, Tang S, Magnitsky S, Ding S, Ivey KN, Srivastava D. (2017) Chemical enhancement of in vitro and in vivo direct cardiac reprogramming. Circulation. 135:978–995.
  191. Zhu JY, Heidersbach A, Kathiriya IS, Garay BI, Ivey KN, Srivastava D, Han Z, King IN. (2017) The E3 ubiquitin ligase Nedd4/Nedd4L is directly regulated by microRNA 1. Development. 144:866–875.
  192. Theodoris CV, Mourkioti F, Huang Y, Ranade SS, Liu L, Blau HM, Srivastava D. (2017) Long telomeres protect against age-dependent cardiac disease caused by NOTCH1 haploinsufficiency. J. Clin. Invest. 127:1683–1688.
  193. Ribeiro AJS, Schwab O, Mandegar MA, Ang YS, Conklin BR, Srivastava D, Pruitt BL. (2017) Multi-imaging method to assay the contractile mechanical output of micropatterned human iPSC-derived cardiac myocytes. Circ. Res. 120:1572–1583.
  194. Duan Q, McMahon S, Anand P, Shah H, Thomas S, Salunga HT, Huang Y, Zhang R, Sahadevan A, Lemieux ME, Brown JD, Srivastava D, Bradner JE, McKinsey TA, Haldar SM. (2017) BET bromodomain inhibition suppresses innate inflammatory and profibrotic transcriptional networks in heart failure. Sci. Transl. Med. In press.

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