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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.