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1. “Detecting functional connectivity disruptions in a translational pediatric traumatic brain injury porcine model using resting-state and task-based fMRI.” Gregory Simchick*, Kelly M. Scheulin*, Wenwu Sun, Sydney E. Sneed, Madison M. Fagan, Savannah R. Cheek, Franklin D. West**, Qun Zhao**. Scientific Reports. Jun 11;11(1):12406. *= Co-first Authors; **= Corresponding Authors

2. “Exploring the predictive value of lesion topology on motor function outcomes in a porcine ischemic stroke model.” Kelly M. Scheulin, Brian J. Jurgielewicz, Samantha E. Spellicy, Elizabeth S. Waters, Emily W. Baker, Holly A. Kinder, Gregory A. Simchick, Sydney E. Sneed, Janet A. Grimes, Qun Zhao, Steven L. Stice, Franklin D. West. Scientific Reports. [Epub ahead of print 2021 Feb 16]. 2021 Feb 15;11(1):3814. †= Co-first Authors

3. “Intracisternal administration of tanshinone IIA-loaded nanoparticles leads to reduced tissue injury and functional deficits in a porcine model of ischemic stroke.” Elizabeth S. Waters*, Erin E. Kaiser*, Xueyuan Yang*, Madison M. Fagan, Kelly M. Scheulin, Julie H. Jeon, Soo K. Shin¸ Holly A. Kinder, Anil Kumar,Simon R. Platt, Kylee J. Duberstein, Hea J. Park, Jin Xie, Franklin D. West. IBRO Neuroscience Reports. [Epub ahead of print 2021 Feb 4] 2021 June;10:18-30. *= Co-first Authors

4. “Semi-automated pipeline reveals regionally specific morphological alterations of immune and neural cells in a porcine middle cerebral artery occlusion model of stroke.” Samantha E. Spellicy*, Kelly M. Scheulin*, Emily W. Baker, Brian J. Jurgielewicz, Holly A. Kinder, Elizabeth S. Waters, Janet A. Grimes, Steven L. Stice, Franklin D. West. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. [Epub ahead of print 2021 Jan 22]. 2021 Jan 22;14:600441. *= Co-first Authors

5. “Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Gait Analysis Indicate Similar Outcomes Between Yucatan and Landrace Porcine Ischemic Stroke Models.” Sydney E. Sneed, Kelly M. Scheulin, Erin E. Kaiser, Madison M. Fagan, Brian J. Jurgielewicz, Elizabeth S. Waters, Samantha E. Spellicy, Kylee J. Duberstein, Simon R. Platt, Emily W. Baker, Steven L. Stice, Holly A. Kinder, Franklin D. West. Frontiers in Neurology. [Epub ahead of print 2021 Jan 21]. 2021 Jan 21;11:594954.

6. “Alcohol Induced Brain and Liver Damage: Advantages of a Porcine Alcohol Use Disorder Model.” Soo K. Shin, Erin K. Kaiser, Franklin D. West. Frontiers in Physiology.  [Epub ahead of print 2021 Jan 7]. 2021 Jan 7;11:592950.

7. “Dynamic changes in the gut microbiome at the acute stage of ischemic stroke in a pig model”. Julie Jeon, Jeferson Lourenco, Erin E Kaiser, Elizabeth S Waters, Kelly M Scheulin, Xi Fang, Holly A Kinder, Simon R Platt, Michael J Rothrock Jr, Todd R Callaway, Franklin D West, Hea Jin Park. Frontiers in Neuroscience. [Epub ahead of print 2020 Dec 3]. 2020 Dec 3;14:587986. 

8. “An integrative multivariate approach for predicting functional recovery from MRI parameters in a translational pig ischemic stroke model.” Erin E. Kaiser, J.C. Poythress, Kelly M. Scheulin, Brian J. Jurgielewicz, Nicole A. Lazar, Cheolwoo Park4, Steven L. Stice, Jeongyoun Ahn,and Franklin D. West. Neural Regeneration Research. [Epub ahead of print 2020 Nov 16]. 2021 May;16(5):842-850.  ¶= Co-first Authors

9. “An adolescent porcine model of voluntary alcohol consumption exhibits binge drinking and motor deficits in a two bottle choice test.” Soo K. Shin, Sydney E. Sneed, Sadie E. Nennig, Savannah R. Cheek, Holly A. Kinder, Matthew G. Solomon, Jesse R. Schank, Franklin D. West. Alcohol and Alcoholism. [Epub ahead of print 2020 Oct 30]. 2021 Apr 29;56(3):266-274.

10. “Identification of predictive MRI and functional biomarkers in a pediatric piglet traumatic brain injury model.” Hongzhi Wang,Emily W. Baker, Abhyuday Mandal, Ramana M. Pidaparti, Franklin D. West§ and Holly A. Kinder§. Neural Regeneration Research. [Epub ahead of print 2020 Sept 1]. 2021 Feb;16(2):338-344. §=Co-corresponding Authors

11. “Large animal ischemic stroke models: replicating human stroke pathophysiology.” Erin E. Kaiser and Franklin D. West. Neural Regeneration Research. [Epub ahead of print]. 2020 Aug;15(8):1377-1387.

12. “Characterization of tissue and functional deficits in a clinically translational pig model of acute ischemic stroke.” Erin E. Kaiser*, Elizabeth S. Waters*, Madison M. Fagan, Kelly M. Scheulin, Simon R. Platt, Julie Jeon, Xi Fang, Holly A. Kinder, Soo Kyung Shin,Kylee Jo Duberstein, Hea Jin Park, Franklin D. West. Brain Research. [Epub ahead of print]. 2020 Jun 1;1736:146778. *= Co-first Authors

13. “Imaging Ischemic & Hemorrhagic Disease of the Brain in Dogs.” Susan A. Arnold, Simon R. Platt, Karine Gendron, and Franklin D. West. Frontiers in Veterinary Science. [Epub ahead of print 2020 May 7]. May 27;7:279.

14. “Neural stem cell extracellular vesicles disrupt midline shift predictive outcomes in porcine ischemic stroke model.”Samantha E. Spellicy, Erin E. Kaiser, Michael M. Bowler, Brian J. Jurgielewicz, Robin L. Webb, Franklin D. West, Steven L. Stice. Translational Stroke Research. [Epub ahead of print 2019 Dec 6]. 2020 Aug;11(4):776-788.

15. “Stem Cells as an Emerging Paradigm in Stroke 4: Advancing and Accelerating Preclinical Research.” Boltze J, Modo MM, Mays RW, Taguchi A, Jolkkonen J, Savitz SI, Bates D, Bath P, Carmichael ST, Cox CS Jr, Daadi MM, Diez Tejedor E, Grande AW, Gutiérrez-Fernández M, Hematti P, Hess D, Huang DY, Kokaia Z, Kuroda S, Moniche FP, Muir K, Olson S, Rosado de Castro PH, Sinden J, Satani N, Shichinohe H, Steinberg GK, Walczak P, Wechsler L, West F, Vahidy F, Vawter DE, Yavagal DR, Yang B, Zrinzo L. Stroke. 2019 Nov;50(11):3299-3306.

16. “Tropism of Newcastle disease virus strains for chicken neurons and glia.” Salman L. Butt, Veridiana MBD de Moura, Leonardo Susta, Patti J. Miller, Jessica M. Hutcheson, Stivalis Cardenas-Garcia, Corrie C. Brown, Franklin D. West, Claudio L. Afonso, James B. Stanton. BMC Veterinary Research. 2019 Sep 4;15(1):317.

17. “Stirred Suspension Bioreactor Culture of Porcine Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells.” Kyle Burrell, Rkia Dardari,Taylor Goldsmith, Derek Toms, Daniel A.F. Villagomez, W. Allan King, Mark Ungrin, Franklin D. West, Ina Dobrinski. Stem Cells and Development. [Epub ahead of print 2019 July]. 2019 Sep 15;28(18):1264-1275.

18. “Pig Brains Have Homologous Resting State Networks with Human Brains.” Gregory Simchick*, Alice Shen*, Brandon Campbell, Hea Jin Park, Franklin D. West§, and Qun Zhao§. Brain Connectivity. [Epub ahead of print 2019 May]. 2019 Sep;9(7):566-579. *= Co-first Authors; §=Co-corresponding Authors

19. “Controlled cortical impact leads to cognitive and motor function deficits that correspond to cellular pathology in a piglet traumatic brain injury model.” Holly A. Kinder, Emily W. Baker, Elizabeth W. Howerth, Kylee Jo J. Duberstein and Franklin D. West. Journal of Neurotrauma. [Epub ahead of print 2019 May].2019 Oct 1;36(19):2810-2826.

20. “Traumatic Brain Injury Results in Dynamic Brain Structure Changes Leading to Acute and Chronic Motor Function Deficits in a Pediatric Piglet Model.” Holly A. Kinder*, Emily W. Baker*, Silun Wang, Candace C. Fleischer, Elizabeth W. Howerth, Kylee Jo J. Duberstein, Hui Mao, Simon R. Platt, and Franklin D. West. Journal of Neurotrauma. [Epub ahead of print 2019 May]. 2019 Oct 15;36(20):2930-2942. *= Co-first Authors

21. “mRNA reprogramming of T8993G Leigh’s syndrome fibroblast cells to create induced pluripotent stem cell models for mitochondrial disorders.” Harrison E. Grace, Patrick Galdun III, Edward J. Lesnefsky, Franklin D. West, Shilpa Iyer. Stem Cells and Development. [Epub ahead of print 2019 April]. 2019 Jul 1;28(13):846-859.

22. “Neural Stem Cell Therapy for Stroke: A Multi-Mechanistic Approach to Restoring Neurological Function.” Emily W. Baker, Holly A. Kinder, Franklin D. West. Brain and Behavior. [Epub ahead of print 2019 Feb]. 2019 Mar;9(3):e01214. (Recognized by the Wiley Publishing Company as being in the Top 10% of downloaded articles in 2019).

23. “Isolation and Differentiation of Mesenchymal Stem Cells from Broiler Chicken Compact Bones.” Roshan Adhikari, Chongxiao Chen, Elizabeth Waters, Franklin West and Woo Kyun Kim. Frontiers in Physiology. 2019 Jan 22;9:1892.

24. “The Pig as a Preclinical TBI Model: Current Models, Functional Outcome Measures, and Translational Detection Strategies.” Holly A. Kinder, Emily W. Baker, Franklin D. West. Neural Regeneration Research. [Epub ahead of print 2018 Dec]. 2019 Mar;14(3):413-424.

25. “Scaled traumatic brain injury results in unique metabolomic signatures between gray matter, white matter, and serum in a piglet model.” Emily W. Baker, W. Matthew Henderson, Holly A. Kinder, Jessica M. Hutcheson, and Franklin D. West. PLOS ONE. 2018 Oct 31;13(10):e0206481.

26. “Controlled Cortical Impact Severity Results in Graded Cellular, Tissue and Functional Responses in a Piglet Traumatic Brain Injury Model.” Emily W. Baker*, Holly A. Kinder*, Jessica M. Hutcheson, Kylee Jo J. Duberstein, Simon R. Platt, Elizabeth W. Howerth, Franklin D. West.  Journal of Neurotrauma. [Epub ahead of print 2018 Jun]. 2019 Jan 1;36(1):61-73. *= Co-first Authors

27. “LiF@SiO2 nanoparticles for controlled lithium release and osteoarthritis therapy.” Trever Todd, Zhenhui Lu, Benjamin Cline, Jinmin Zhao, Weizhong Zhang, Hongmin Chen, Anil Kumar, Wen Jiang, Franklin West, Samuel Franklin, Li Zheng, and Jin Xie. Nano Research. [Epub ahead of print 2018 Apr]. 2018. Oct;11(10): 5751-5760.

28. “Human neural stem cell extracellular vesicles improve recovery in a porcine model of ischemic stroke.” Robin L. Webb*, Erin E. Kaiser*, Brian J. Jurgielewicz, Samantha E. Spellicy, Shelley L. Scoville, Tyler A. Thompson, Raymond L. Swetenburg, David C. Hess, Franklin D. West and Steve L. Stice. Stroke. 2018 May;49(5):1248-1256. *= Co-first Authors

29. “Human iNPC therapy leads to improvement in functional neurologic outcomes in a pig ischemic stroke model.” Vivian W. Lau, Simon R. Platt, Harrison E. Grace, Emily W. Baker, and Franklin D. West. Brain and Behavior.[Epub ahead of print 2018 Apr]. 2018 Apr 18;8(5).

30. “Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell-Derived Neural Stem Cell Therapy Enhances Recovery in an Ischemic Stroke Pig Model.” Emily W. Baker, Simon R. Platt, Vivian W. Lau, Harrison E. Grace, Shannon P. Holmes, Liya Wang, Kylee Jo Duberstein, Elizabeth W. Howerth, Holly A. Kinder, Steve L. Stice, David C. Hess, Hui Mao, and Franklin D. West. Scientific Reports. [Epub ahead of print 2017 Mar 7]. 2017 Aug 30;7(1):10075.

31. “Pig Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Derived Neural Rosettes Parallel Human Differentiation into Sensory Neural Subtypes.” Robin L. Webb, Amalia Gallegos-Cardenas, Colette N. Miller, Nicholas J. Solomotis, Hong-Xiang Liu, Franklin D. West and Steve L. Stice. Cellular Reprogramming. [Epub ahead of print 2017 Mar 7]. 2017 Apr;19(2):88-94.

32. “Derivation of Chicken Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells Partially Resistant to Newcastle Disease Virus-Induced Lysis Through Multiple Rounds of Infection.” Leonardo Susta, Ying He, Jessica H. McCabe, Yangqing Lu, Franklin D. West, Steven L. Stice, Ping Yu, Claudio L. Afonso. Virology Journal. 2016 Dec 5;13(1):205.

33. “Development, characterization and optimization of a new suspension chicken-induced pluripotent cell line for the production of Newcastle disease vaccine.” Ismaila Shittu, Ziying Zhu, Yangqing Lu, Jessica M. Hutcheson, Steven L Stice, Franklin D West, Meritxell Donadeu, Baptiste Dungu, Aly M Fadly, Guillermo Zavala, Nola Ferguson-Noeland Claudio L Afonso. Biologicals. [Epub ahead of print 2015 Nov 13]. 2016 Jan;44(1):24-32. 

2015

29. Venkat M. Ramakrishnan*, Jeong-Yeh Yang*, Braden R. Bocard, Kevin T. Tien, John G. Maijub, Patrick O. Burchell, Stuart K. Williams, Marvin E. Morris, James B. Hoying, Richard Wade-Martins, Franklin D. West, and Nolan L. Boyd. 2015. “Episomal Vector Restores LDLR Function in Monogenic Deficient iPSC-Derived Hepatocytes.” Scientific Reports 26 (5) (August):13231. *Contributed Equally to this work.

28. Jessica Hutcheson, Leonardo Susta, Steven L Stice, Claudio L Afonso and Franklin D West. 2015. “Delayed Newcastle Disease Virus Replication using RNA Interference to Target the Nucleoprotein.” Biologicals 43(4)(July):274-80.

27. Amalia Gallegos-Cárdenas, Robin L Webb, Erin T Jordan, Rachel C West, Jeong-Yeh Yang, Kai Wang, Franklin D West and Steven L Stice. 2015. “Pig Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells Derived Neural Rosette Developmentally Mimic Human Pluripotent Stem Cells Neural Differentiation.” Stem Cells and Development 15;24(16) (August):1901-11.

2014

26. Ping Yu, Yangqing Lu, Brian J. Jordan4, Yubing Liu, Jeong-Yeh Yang, Jessica M. Hutcheson, Christina L. Ethridge, Jennifer L. Mumaw, Holly A. Kinder, Robert B. Beckstead, Steven L. Stice and Franklin D. West. 2014. “Chimeric Non-Viral Minicircle Generation of Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells Compatible with Production of Chimeric Chickens.” Cellular Reprogramming  16(5) (October) :366-78.

25. Yangqing Lu, Franklin D. West, Brian J. Jordan, Erin T. Jordan, Rachel West, Ping Yu, Ying He, Miguel A. Barrios, Ziying Zhu, James N. Petitte, Robert B. Beckstead, Steven L. Stice. 2014. “Induced Pluripotency in Chicken Embryonic Fibroblast Results in a Germ Cell Fate.” Stem Cells and Development 23(15) (August) :1755-64.

24. Simon R Platt, Shannon P Holmes, Elizabeth W Howerth, Kylee Jo J Duberstein, C Robert Dove, Holly A Kinder, Emily L Wyatt, Amie V Linville, Vivian W Lau, Steven L Stice, William D Hill, David C Hess, Franklin D West. 2014. “Development and Characterization of a Yucatan Miniature Biomedical Pig Permanent Middle Cerebral Artery Occlusion Stroke Model. ” Experimental & Translational Stroke Medicine  23;6 (1) (March): 5-18.

23. Jeong-Yeh Yang, Yubing Liu, Ping Yu, Yangqing Lu, Jessica M. Hutcheson, Vivian W. Lau, Xiangping Li, C. Robert Dove, Steven L. Stice and Franklin D. West. 2014. “Culture of Pig Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells Without Direct Feeder Contact In Serum Free Media.” Journal of Stem Cell Research & Therapy [Epub ahead of print 2014 February 22].

22. Yajun Liu, Yangyang Ma, Jeong-Yeh Yang, De Cheng, Xiaopeng Liu, Xiaoling Ma, Franklin D. West, Huayan Wang. 2014. “Comparative Gene Expression Signature of Pig, Human and Mouse Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Lines Reveals Insight into Pig Pluripotency Gene Networks.” Stem Cell Research 10 (2) (April): 162-76.

21. Kylee Jo Duberstein, Simon R. Platt, Shannon P. Holmes, C. Robert Dove, Elizabeth W. Howerth, Marc Kent, Steven L. Stice, William D. Hill, David C. Hess and Franklin D. West. 2014. “Gait Analysis in a Pre- and   Post-Ischemic Stroke Biomedical Pig Model.” Physiology & Behavior 10 (125) (February):8-16.

2013

20. Liu, Yubing, Jeong Yeh Yang, Yangqing Lu, Ping Yu, C Robert Dove, Jessica M Hutcheson, Jennifer L Mumaw, Steven L Stice, and Franklin D West. 2013. “α-1,3-Galactosyltransferase Knockout Pig Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells: a Cell Source for the Production of Xenotransplant Pigs.” Cellular Reprogramming 15 (2) (April): 107–16.

19. Yang, Jeong-Yeh, Jennifer L Mumaw, Yubing Liu, Steve L Stice, and Franklin D West. 2013. “SSEA4-positive Pig Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells Are Primed for Differentiation into Neural Cells.” Cell Transplantation 22 (6) (January): 945–59.

18. West, Franklin D, Reza Shirazi, Pezhman Mardanpour, Servet Ozcan, Gokcen Dinc, Dewey H Hodges, Hamid Reza Soleimanpour-Lichaei, and Karim Nayernia. 2013. “In Vitro-derived Gametes from Stem Cells.” Seminars in Reproductive Medicine 31 (1) (January): 33–8.

2012

17. Mumaw, Jennifer, Erin T Jordan, Corinne Sonnet, Ronke M Olabisi, Elizabeth A Olmsted-Davis, Alan R Davis, John F Peroni, et al. 2012. “Rapid Heterotrophic Ossification with Cryopreserved Poly(ethylene Glycol-) Microencapsulated BMP2-Expressing MSCs.” International Journal of Biomaterials 2012 (January): 861794.

16. Lu, Yangqing, Franklin D West, Brian J Jordan, Jennifer L Mumaw, Erin T Jordan, Amalia Gallegos-Cardenas, Robert B Beckstead, and Steven L Stice. 2012. “Avian-induced Pluripotent Stem Cells Derived Using Human Reprogramming Factors.” Stem Cells and Development 21 (3) (February 10): 394–403.

15. Lu, Y, J L Mumaw, F D West, and S L Stice. 2012. “Livestock Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells.” Reproduction in Domestic Animals = Zuchthygiene 47 Suppl 4 (August): 72–6.

14. Xiao, Shu, Dan Xie, Xiaoyi Cao, Pengfei Yu, Xiaoyun Xing, Chieh-Chun Chen, Meagan Musselman, et al. 2012. “Comparative Epigenomic Annotation of Regulatory DNA.” Cell 149 (6) (June 8): 1381–92.

13. West, Franklin D, W Matthew Henderson, Ping Yu, Jeong-Yeh Yang, Steven L Stice, and Mary Alice Smith. 2012. “Metabolomic Response of Human Embryonic Stem Cell-derived Germ-like Cells after Exposure to Steroid Hormones.” Toxicological Sciences : an Official Journal of the Society of Toxicology 129 (1) (September): 9–20.

2011

12. West, Franklin D, Jennifer L Mumaw, Amalia Gallegos-Cardenas, Amber Young, and Steven L Stice. 2011. “Human Haploid Cells Differentiated from Meiotic Competent Clonal Germ Cell Lines That Originated from Embryonic Stem Cells.” Stem Cells and Development 20 (6) (June): 1079–88.

11. Gerwe, Brian A, Peggi M Angel, Franklin D West, Kowser Hasneen, Amber Young, Ron Orlando, and Steven L Stice. 2011. “Membrane Proteomic Signatures of Karyotypically Normal and Abnormal Human Embryonic Stem Cell Lines and Derivatives.” Proteomics 11 (12) (June): 2515–27.

10. West, Franklin D, Elizabeth W Uhl, Yubing Liu, Heather Stowe, Yangqing Lu, Ping Yu, Amalia Gallegos-Cardenas, Scott L Pratt, and Steven L Stice. 2011. “Brief Report: Chimeric Pigs Produced from Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells Demonstrate Germline Transmission and No Evidence of Tumor Formation in Young Pigs.” Stem Cells (Dayton, Ohio) 29 (10) (October): 1640–3.

9. West, Franklin, and Steven Stice. 2011. “Progress Toward Generating Informative Porcine Biomedical Models Using Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells.” Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1245 (December): 21–3.

2010

8. West, F D, M I Roche-Rios, S Abraham, R R Rao, M S Natrajan, M Bacanamwo, and S L Stice. 2010. “KIT Ligand and Bone Morphogenetic Protein Signaling Enhances Human Embryonic Stem Cell to Germ-like Cell Differentiation.” Human Reproduction (Oxford, England) 25 (1) (January): 168–78.

7. West, Franklin D, Steve L Terlouw, Dae Jin Kwon, Jennifer L Mumaw, Sujoy K Dhara, Kowser Hasneen, John R Dobrinsky, and Steven L Stice. 2010. “Porcine Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells Produce Chimeric Offspring.” Stem Cells and Development 19 (8) (August): 1211–20.

6. Sørensen, Anita L, Sanna Timoskainen, Franklin D West, Kristin Vekterud, Andrew C Boquest, Lars Ahrlund-Richter, Steve L Stice, and Philippe Collas. 2010. “Lineage-specific Promoter DNA Methylation Patterns Segregate Adult Progenitor Cell Types.” Stem Cells and Development 19 (8) (August): 1257–66.

5. Young, Amber, Kristin S Assey, Carla D Sturkie, Franklin D West, David W Machacek, and Steven L Stice. 2010. “Glial Cell Line-derived Neurotrophic Factor Enhances in Vitro Differentiation of Mid-/hindbrain Neural Progenitor Cells to Dopaminergic-like Neurons.” Journal of Neuroscience Research 88 (15) (November 15): 3222–32.

Older

4. Boyd, Nolan L, Kelly R Robbins, Sujoy K Dhara, Franklin D West, and Steven L Stice. 2009. “Human Embryonic Stem Cell-derived Mesoderm-like Epithelium Transitions to Mesenchymal Progenitor Cells.” Tissue Engineering. Part A 15 (8) (August): 1897–907.

3. West, Franklin D, Dave W Machacek, Nolan L Boyd, Kurinji Pandiyan, Kelly R Robbins, and Steven L Stice. 2008. “Enrichment and Differentiation of Human Germ-like Cells Mediated by Feeder Cells and Basic Fibroblast Growth Factor Signaling.” Stem Cells (Dayton, Ohio) 26 (11) (November): 2768–76.

2. Boyd, N L, S K Dhara, R Rekaya, E A Godbey, K Hasneen, R R Rao, F D West, B A Gerwe, and S L Stice. 2007. “BMP4 Promotes Formation of Primitive Vascular Networks in Human Embryonic Stem Cell-derived Embryoid Bodies.” Experimental Biology and Medicine (Maywood, N.J.) 232 (6) (June): 833–43.

1. Tibbitts, Deanne, Raj R Rao, Soojung Shin, Franklin D West, and Steven L Stice. 2006. “Uniform Adherent Neural Progenitor Populations from Rhesus Embryonic Stem Cells.” Stem Cells and Development 15 (2) (April): 200–8.

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