Andrew Lassar

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
"Andrew Lassar"
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Almubarak A, Zhang Q, Zhang CH, et al. (2023) and function in osteochondral progenitors for the progression through chondrocyte hypertrophy and mineralization of the primary ossification center. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Zhang CH, Gao Y, Hung HH, et al. (2022) Creb5 coordinates synovial joint formation with the genesis of articular cartilage. Nature Communications. 13: 7295
Bell N, Bhagat S, Muruganandan S, et al. (2022) Overexpression of transcription factor FoxA2 in the developing skeleton causes an enlargement of the cartilage hypertrophic zone, but it does not trigger ectopic differentiation in immature chondrocytes. Bone. 160: 116418
Zhang CH, Gao Y, Jadhav U, et al. (2021) Creb5 establishes the competence for Prg4 expression in articular cartilage. Communications Biology. 4: 332
Lassar AB. (2017) Finding MyoD and lessons learned along the way. Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology
Daoud G, Kempf H, Kumar D, et al. (2014) BMP-mediated induction of GATA4/5/6 blocks somitic responsiveness to SHH. Development (Cambridge, England). 141: 3978-87
Kumar D, Lassar AB. (2014) Fibroblast growth factor maintains chondrogenic potential of limb bud mesenchymal cells by modulating DNMT3A recruitment. Cell Reports. 8: 1419-31
Ogawa H, Kozhemyakina E, Hung HH, et al. (2014) Mechanical motion promotes expression of Prg4 in articular cartilage via multiple CREB-dependent, fluid flow shear stress-induced signaling pathways. Genes & Development. 28: 127-39
Kozhemyakina E, Ionescu A, Lassar AB. (2014) GATA6 is a crucial regulator of Shh in the limb bud. Plos Genetics. 10: e1004072
Ionescu A, Kozhemyakina E, Nicolae C, et al. (2012) FoxA family members are crucial regulators of the hypertrophic chondrocyte differentiation program. Developmental Cell. 22: 927-39
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