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Updated: July 17th, 2023 21:18

2022 journal article

LGR5 is a conserved marker of hair follicle stem cells in multiple species and is present early and throughout follicle morphogenesis


By: K. Polkoff n, N. Gupta n, A. Green n, Y. Murphy n, J. Chung n, K. Gleason n, S. Simpson*, D. Walker n, B. Collins n, J. Piedrahita n

MeSH headings : Animals; Animals, Genetically Modified; Biomarkers / metabolism; Hair Follicle / metabolism; Humans; Morphogenesis; Receptors, G-Protein-Coupled / genetics; Receptors, G-Protein-Coupled / metabolism; Skin; Stem Cells / metabolism; Swine
TL;DR: It is demonstrated that LGR5 is a marker of hair follicle stem cells across species in homeostasis and development and the strong similarities and important differences in expression patterns, gene expression profiles, and developmental processes between species are reported. (via Semantic Scholar)
Sources: Web Of Science, NC State University Libraries
Added: June 20, 2022

2021 journal article

Characterizing the Effects of Synergistic Thermal and Photo-Cross-Linking during Biofabrication on the Structural and Functional Properties of Gelatin Methacryloyl (GeIMA) Hydrogels


By: P. Chansoria n, S. Asif n, K. Polkoff n, J. Chung n, J. Piedrahita n & R. Shirwaiker n

author keywords: GelMA; thermo-reversible cross-linking; photo-cross-linking; biofabrication; tissue engineering; CryoSEM; qPCR
MeSH headings : Biocompatible Materials; Gelatin; Humans; Hydrogels; Methacrylates; Tissue Engineering
TL;DR: The finding that hydrogels processed at higher temperature possessed lower structural fidelity but resulted in more cell elongation and greater anisotropy over time demonstrate the significant impact of GelMA material formulation and processing conditions on the structural and functional properties of the hydrogel. (via Semantic Scholar)
Sources: Web Of Science, NC State University Libraries
Added: November 29, 2021

2020 journal article

In Vitro Validation of Transgene Expression in Gene-Edited Pias Using CRISPR Transcriptional Activators

CRISPR JOURNAL, 3(5), 409–418.

By: K. Polkoff n, J. Chung n, S. Simpson*, K. Gleason n & J. Piedrahita n

MeSH headings : Animals; Animals, Genetically Modified / genetics; CRISPR-Associated Protein 9 / genetics; CRISPR-Associated Protein 9 / metabolism; Cells, Cultured; Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats; Gene Editing / methods; Gene Expression; Nuclear Transfer Techniques; RNA, Guide, Kinetoplastida / genetics; RNA, Guide, Kinetoplastida / metabolism; Swine; Trans-Activators / genetics; Trans-Activators / metabolism; Transgenes
TL;DR: It is shown that CRISPR-dCas9 transcriptional activators can be used to validate functional transgene insertion in nonexpressing easily cultured cells such as fibroblasts and is a tool that could be used across disciplines and animal species to save time and resources by verifying expected outcomes of gene edits before generating live animals. (via Semantic Scholar)
Sources: Web Of Science, NC State University Libraries
Added: November 24, 2020

2018 journal article

High mobility group A2 (HMGA2) deficiency in pigs leads to dwarfism, abnormal fetal resource allocation, and cryptorchidism

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 115(21), 5420–5425.

By: J. Chung n, X. Zhang n, B. Collins n, R. Sper n, K. Gleason n, S. Simpson n, S. Koh n, J. Sommer n ...

author keywords: HMGA2; dwarfism; swine; gene editing; organ size
MeSH headings : Animals; Cryptorchidism / etiology; Cryptorchidism / pathology; Dwarfism / etiology; Dwarfism / pathology; Female; Fetal Diseases / etiology; Fetal Diseases / pathology; Genotype; HMGA2 Protein / deficiency; HMGA2 Protein / genetics; Litter Size; Male; Nuclear Transfer Techniques / veterinary; Pregnancy; Reproduction; Swine; Swine Diseases / etiology; Swine Diseases / pathology
TL;DR: The results show that the effect of HMGA2 with respect to growth regulation is highly conserved among mammals and opens up the possibility of regulating body and organ size in a variety of mammalian species including food and companion animals. (via Semantic Scholar)
Sources: Web Of Science, Crossref, NC State University Libraries
Added: August 6, 2018

2012 journal article

Lack of genomic imprinting of DNA primase, polypeptide 2 (PRIM2) in human term placenta and white blood cells

EPIGENETICS, 7(5), 429–431.

By: J. Chung n, S. Tsai n, A. James*, B. Thames*, S. Shytle* & J. Piedrahita n

author keywords: genomic imprinting; PRIM2; pseudogene; placenta; WBC; SNP; sequencing
MeSH headings : Alleles; DNA Primase / genetics; DNA Primase / metabolism; DNA Replication; Databases, Nucleic Acid; Female; Gene Frequency; Genetic Loci; Genome, Human; Genomic Imprinting; Heterozygote; Humans; Leukocytes / cytology; Leukocytes / enzymology; Molecular Sequence Annotation; Placenta / cytology; Placenta / enzymology; Polymorphism, Single Nucleotide; Pregnancy; Pseudogenes; RNA, Messenger / genetics; RNA, Messenger / metabolism; Transcription, Genetic
TL;DR: It is reported here their failure to confirm imprinting of the PRIM2 locus in human placenta or WBC, and the discordance between results and those of others is likely due to an incorrectly annotatedPRIM2 pseudogene found in the human genome database. (via Semantic Scholar)
Sources: Web Of Science, NC State University Libraries
Added: August 6, 2018

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