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J Pioner, M., Guan, X., Klaiman, J.M., Racca, A.W., Pabon, L., Muskheli, V., Macadangdang, J., Ferrantini, C., Hoopmann, M.R., Moritz, R.L., et al. (2019). Absence of full-length dystrophin impairs normal maturation and contraction of cardiomyocytes derived from human induced pluripotent stem cells.Cardiovasc Res.
Berry, B.J., Smith, A.S.T., Young, J.E., and Mack, D.L. (2018). Advances and Current Challenges Associated with the Use of Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells in Modeling Neurodegenerative Disease.Cells Tissues Organs1-19.
Mack, D.L., Guan, X., Wagoner, A., Walker, S.J., and Childers, M.K. (2014). Disease-in-a-Dish: The Contribution of Patient-Specific Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Technology to Regenerative Rehabilitation.Am J Phys Med Rehabil.
Boulanger, C.A., Bruno, R.D., Mack, D.L., Gonzales, M., Castro, N.P., Salomon, D.S., and Smith, G.H. (2013). Embryonic stem cells are redirected to non-tumorigenic epithelial cell fate by interaction with the mammary microenvironment.Plos One8, e62019.
Braun, R., Wang, Z., Mack, D.L., and Childers, M.K. (2014). Gene Therapy for Inherited Muscle Diseases: Where Genetics Meets Rehabilitation Medicine.Am J Phys Med Rehabil93, S97-S107.
Guan, X., Goddard, M.A., Mack, D.L., and Childers, M.K. (2015). Gene therapy in monogenic congenital myopathies.Methods.
Goddard, M.A., Mack, D.L., Czerniecki, S.M., Kelly, V.E., Snyder, J.M., Grange, R.W., Lawlor, M.W., Smith, B.K., Beggs, A.H., and Childers, M.K. (2015). Muscle pathology, limb strength, walking gait, respiratory function and neurological impairment establish disease progression in the p.N155K canine model of X-linked myotubular myopathy.Ann Transl Med3, 262.