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Oh, J.Young, Choi, G.Euhn, Lee, H.Jik, Jung, Y.Hyun, Chae, C.Woo, Kim, J.Sung, Lee, C.-K., and Han, H.Jae (2018). 17β-estradiol protects mesenchymal stem cells against high glucose-induced mitochondrial oxidants production via Nrf2/Sirt3/MnSOD signaling.Free Radic Biol Med.
Park, T.-Y., Choi, K.-H., Lee, D.-K., Oh, J.-N., Kim, S.-H., and Lee, C.-K. (2018). Attempting to Convert Primed Porcine Embryonic Stem Cells into a Naive State Through the Overexpression of Reprogramming Factors.Cell Reprogram20, 289-300.
Lee, S.-G., Park, J.-K., Choi, K.-H., Son, H.-Y., and Lee, C.-K. (2015). Embryo Aggregation Promotes Derivation Efficiency of Outgrowths from Porcine Blastocysts.Asian-Australas J Anim Sci28, 1565-1572.
Choi, K.-H., Park, J.-K., Kim, H.-S., Uh, K.-J., Son, D.-C., and Lee, C.-K. (2013). Epigenetic changes of lentiviral transgenes in porcine stem cells derived from embryonic origin.Plos One8, e72184.
Choi, K.-H., Lee, D.-K., Oh, J.-N., Son, H.-Y., and Lee, C.-K. (2018). FGF2 Signaling Plays an Important Role in Maintaining Pluripotent State of Pig Embryonic Germ Cells.Cell Reprogram.
Hwang, J.Yeon, Kim, E.Bae, Ka, H., and Lee, C.-K. (2013). Identification of the Porcine XIST Gene and Its Differential CpG Methylation Status in Male and Female Pig Cells.Plos One8, e73677.
Kim, E., Zheng, Z., Jeon, Y., Jin, Y.-X., Hwang, S.-U., Cai, L., Lee, C.-K., Kim, N.-H., and Hyun, S.-H. (2016). An Improved System for Generation of Diploid Cloned Porcine Embryos Using Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells Synchronized to Metaphase.Plos One11, e0160289.
Oh, J.Young, Suh, H.Na, Choi, G.Euhn, Lee, H.Jik, Jung, Y.Hyun, Ko, S.Hee, Kim, J.Sung, Chae, C.Woo, Lee, C.-K., and Han, H.Jae (2018). Modulation of Sonic hedgehog-induced mouse embryonic stem cell behaviors through E-cadherin expression and Integrin β1-dependent F-actin formation.Br J Pharmacol.
Choi, K.-H., Park, J.-K., Son, D., Hwang, J.Yeon, Lee, D.-K., Ka, H., Park, J., and Lee, C.-K. (2016). Reactivation of Endogenous Genes and Epigenetic Remodeling Are Barriers for Generating Transgene-Free Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells in Pig.Plos One11, e0158046.