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    1. Hauschka, SD
      Myocardin: A novel potentiator of SRF-mediated transcription in cardiac muscle

      MOLECULAR CELL
    2. Kiefer, JC; Hauschka, SD
      Myf-5 is transiently expressed in nonmuscle mesoderm and exhibits dynamic regional changes within the presegmented mesoderm and somites I-IV

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    3. Hauser, MA; Robinson, A; Hartigan-O'Connor, D; Williams-Gregory, D; Buskin, JN; Apone, S; Kirk, CJ; Hardy, S; Hauschka, SD; Chamberlain, JS
      Analysis of muscle creatine kinase regulatory elements in recombinant adenoviral vectors

      MOLECULAR THERAPY
    4. Reinecke, H; MacDonald, GH; Hauschka, SD; Murry, CE
      Electromechanical coupling between skeletal and cardiac muscle: Implications for infarct repair

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    5. Pirskanen, A; Kiefer, JC; Hauschka, SD
      IGFs, insulin, Shh, bFGF, and TGF-beta 1 interact synergistically to promote somite myogenesis in vitro

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    6. Reinecke, H; MacDonald, GH; Hauschka, SD; Murry, CE
      Cardiomyocytes can induce rhythmic contraction of skeletal muscle cells. Potential use for infarct repair

      MOLECULAR APPROACHES TO HEART FAILURE THERAPY
    7. FLOYD SS; CLEMENS PR; ONTELL MR; KOCHANEK S; DAY CS; YANG J; HAUSCHKA SD; BALKIR L; MORGAN J; MORELAND MS; FEERO GW; EPPERLY M; HUARD J
      EX-VIVO GENE-TRANSFER USING ADENOVIRUS-MEDIATED FULL-LENGTH DYSTROPHIN DELIVERY TO DYSTROPHIC MUSCLES

      Gene therapy
    8. HUANG SK; LI XM; SCHOFIELD BH; KIM KH; HAUSCHKA SD; BANNON GA; BURKS AW; SAMPSON HA
      DNA-BASED IMMUNIZATION WITH MUSCLE CELL-SPECIFIC GENE-EXPRESSION CONSTRUCT DOES NOT INDUCE ANTIBODY-RESPONSE

      Journal of allergy and clinical immunology
    9. HAUSER MA; AMALFITANO A; KUMARSINGH R; HAUSCHKA SD; CHAMBERLAIN JS
      IMPROVED ADENOVIRAL VECTORS FOR GENE-THERAPY OF DUCHENNE MUSCULAR-DYSTROPHY

      Neuromuscular disorders
    10. STERN HM; LINJONES J; HAUSCHKA SD
      SYNERGISTIC INTERACTIONS BETWEEN BFGF AND A TGF-BETA FAMILY MEMBER MAY MEDIATE MYOGENIC SIGNALS FROM THE NEURAL-TUBE

      Development
    11. ANGELLO JC; STERN HM; HAUSCHKA SD
      P19 EMBRYONAL CARCINOMA-CELLS - A MODEL SYSTEM FOR STUDYING NEURAL-TUBE INDUCTION OF SKELETAL MYOGENESIS

      Developmental biology
    12. LINJONES J; HAUSCHKA SD
      SKELETAL AND CARDIAC ALPHA-ACTIN ISOFORMS EXHIBIT UNANTICIPATED TEMPORAL AND TISSUE-SPECIFIC GENE-EXPRESSION PATTERNS IN DEVELOPING AVIAN LIMBS AND EMBRYOS

      Developmental biology
    13. HUARD J; FLOYD SS; VANDEUTEKOM JC; ONTELL MR; HAUSCHKA SD; CLEMENS PR
      MYOBLAST MEDIATED EX-VIVO GENE-TRANSFER OF FULL-LENGTH DYSTROPHIN TO MATURE DYSTROPHIC MUSCLE

      American journal of human genetics
    14. BUSKIN JN; GREGORY DL; LAFRAMBOISE WA; HAUSCHKA SD
      HARVEST PROTOCOL TO REDUCE VARIABILITY OF SOLUBLE ENZYME YIELD FROM CULTURED-CELLS

      BioTechniques
    15. SHIELD MA; HAUGEN HS; CLEGG CH; HAUSCHKA SD
      E-BOX SITES AND A PROXIMAL REGULATORY REGION OF THE MUSCLE CREATINE-KINASE GENE DIFFERENTIALLY REGULATE EXPRESSION IN DIVERSE SKELETAL-MUSCLES AND CARDIAC-MUSCLE OF TRANSGENIC MICE

      Molecular and cellular biology
    16. DONOVIEL DB; SHIELD MA; BUSKIN JN; HAUGEN HS; CLEGG CH; HAUSCHKA SD
      ANALYSIS OF MUSCLE CREATINE-KINASE GENE REGULATORY ELEMENTS IN SKELETAL AND CARDIAC MUSCLES OF TRANSGENIC MICE

      Molecular and cellular biology
    17. MANCHESTER J; SKURAT AV; ROACH P; HAUSCHKA SD; LAWRENCE JC
      INCREASED GLYCOGEN ACCUMULATION IN TRANSGENIC MICE OVEREXPRESSING GLYCOGEN-SYNTHASE IN SKELETAL-MUSCLE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    18. MURRY CE; WISEMAN RW; SCHWARTZ SM; HAUSCHKA SD
      SKELETAL MYOBLAST TRANSPLANTATION FOR REPAIR OF MYOCARDIAL NECROSIS

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    19. MURRY CE; KAY MA; BARTOSEK T; HAUSCHKA SD; SCHWARTZ SM
      MUSCLE DIFFERENTIATION DURING REPAIR OF MYOCARDIAL NECROSIS IN RATS VIA GENE-TRANSFER WITH MYOD

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    20. FABRESUVER C; HAUSCHKA SD
      A NOVEL SITE IN THE MUSCLE CREATINE-KINASE ENHANCER IS REQUIRED FOR EXPRESSION IN SKELETAL BUT NOT CARDIAC-MUSCLE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    21. MOUREY RJ; VEGA QC; CAMPBELL JS; WENDEROTH MP; HAUSCHKA SD; KREBS EG; DIXON JE
      A NOVEL CYTOPLASMIC DUAL-SPECIFICITY PROTEIN-TYROSINE-PHOSPHATASE IMPLICATED IN MUSCLE AND NEURONAL DIFFERENTIATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    22. LINJONES J; HAUSCHKA SD
      MYOGENIC DETERMINATION FACTOR EXPRESSION IN THE DEVELOPING AVIAN LIMBBUD - AN RT-PCR ANALYSIS

      Developmental biology
    23. STERN HM; BROWN AMC; HAUSCHKA SD
      MYOGENESIS IN PARAXIAL MESODERM - PREFERENTIAL INDUCTION BY DORSAL NEURAL-TUBE AND BY CELLS EXPRESSING WNT-1

      Development
    24. TSIKA RW; HAUSCHKA SD; GAO LY
      M-CREATINE KINASE GENE-EXPRESSION IN MECHANICALLY OVERLOADED SKELETAL-MUSCLE OF TRANSGENIC MICE

      American journal of physiology. Cell physiology
    25. CAMPBELL JS; WENDEROTH MP; HAUSCHKA SD; KREBS EG
      DIFFERENTIAL ACTIVATION OF MITOGEN-ACTIVATED PROTEIN-KINASE IN RESPONSE TO BASIC FIBROBLAST GROWTH-FACTOR IN SKELETAL-MUSCLE CELLS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    26. APONE S; HAUSCHKA SD
      MUSCLE GENE E-BOX CONTROL ELEMENTS - EVIDENCE FOR QUANTITATIVELY DIFFERENT TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVITIES AND THE BINDING OF DISTINCT REGULATORY FACTORS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    27. STERN HM; HAUSCHKA SD
      PARAXIAL MESODERM MYOGENIC INDUCTION BY DORSAL AND VENTRAL REGIONS OFTHE NEURAL-TUBE, BY WNT-1 EXPRESSING FIBROBLASTS AND BY COMBINATIONS OF BFGP AND TGF-BETA-1

      Developmental biology
    28. STERN HM; HAUSCHKA SD
      NEURAL-TUBE AND NOTOCHORD PROMOTE IN-VITRO MYOGENESIS IN SINGLE SOMITE EXPLANTS

      Developmental biology
    29. MURRY CE; FABRESUVER C; HAUSCHKA SD; SCHWARTZ SM
      SKELETAL AND CARDIAC MYOBLAST TRANSPLANTATION AFTER MYOCARDIAL NECROSIS - POSSIBLE ROUTES TO MUSCLE REGENERATION

      Circulation
    30. HAUSER MA; GREGORY DL; SHIELDS MA; APONE S; SAULINO AM; HAUSCHKA SD; CHAMBERLAIN JS
      DEVELOPMENT OF MUSCLE-SPECIFIC EXPRESSION CASSETTES FOR RECOMBINANT ADENOVIRAL VECTORS

      American journal of human genetics
    31. SOPPER MM; HAUSCHKA SD; HOFFMAN E; ONTELL M
      GENE COMPLEMENTATION USING MYOBLAST TRANSFER INTO FETAL MUSCLE

      Gene therapy
    32. STERN HM; HAUSCHKA SD
      IN-VITRO SOMITE MYOGENESIS IS DEPENDENT ON NEURAL-TUBE

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    33. BUSKIN JN; AMACHER SL; HAUSCHKA SD
      STRIATED-MUSCLE AND NONMUSCLE FACTORS BINDING TO CARG, A T-RICH, AND MEF2 ELEMENTS OF THE MUSCLE-SPECIFIC MUSCLE CREATINE-KINASE ENHANCER/

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    34. FABRESUVER C; HAUSCHKA SD
      IDENTIFICATION OF A NEW CIS-ACTING REGULATORY ELEMENT IN THE MCK ENHANCER

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    35. GREGORY DL; BUSKIN JN; DONOVIEL DB; HAUSCHKA SD
      COMPARISON OF MUSCLE CREATINE-KINASE GENE-REGULATION IN STABLE TRANSFECTIONS, TRANSIENT TRANSFECTIONS AND TRANSGENIC MICE

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    36. LAFRAMBOISE WA; BUSKIN JN; CLEGG CH; HAUSCHKA SD
      REGULATORY REGIONS OF THE MUSCLE CREATINE-KINASE GENE ASSOCIATED WITHCOPY NUMBER-DEPENDENT EXPRESSION

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    37. LINJONES JH; STERN HM; HAUSCHKA SD
      AN RT-PCR ANALYSIS OF MYOGENIC DETERMINATION FACTOR EXPRESSION DURINGCHICK SOMITE AND LIMB BUD DEVELOPMENT

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    38. ANGELLO JC; HAUSCHKA SD
      A CELL-CULTURE MODEL FOR THE STUDY OF SATELLITE CELL BEHAVIOR

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    39. WENDEROTH MP; CAMPBELL JS; HAUSCHKA SD; KREBS EG
      BFGF ACTIVATES MAP KINASE KINASE (MEK) IN PROLIFERATING MYOBLASTS

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    40. NUMANN R; HAUSCHKA SD; CATTERALL WA; SCHEUER T
      MODULATION OF SKELETAL-MUSCLE SODIUM-CHANNELS IN A SATELLITE CELL-LINE BY PROTEIN-KINASE-C

      The Journal of neuroscience
    41. MORTON ME; BRUMWELL C; GARTSIDE CL; HAUSCHKA SD; NATHANSON NM
      CHARACTERIZATION OF MUSCARINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTORS EXPRESSED BY AN ATRIAL CELL-LINE DERIVED FROM A TRANSGENIC MOUSE-TUMOR

      Circulation research
    42. AMACHER SL; BUSKIN JN; HAUSCHKA SD
      MULTIPLE REGULATORY ELEMENTS CONTRIBUTE DIFFERENTIALLY TO MUSCLE CREATINE-KINASE ENHANCER ACTIVITY IN SKELETAL AND CARDIAC-MUSCLE

      Molecular and cellular biology
    43. SOPPER MM; HAUSCHKA SD; HOFFMAN EP; WALKER SG; ONTELL M
      INTEGRATION OF A MYOGENIC CELL-LINE INTO MURINE SKELETAL-MUSCLE FOLLOWING INUTERO MYOBLAST TRANSFER

      Journal of muscle research and cell motility
    44. COX GA; COLE NM; MATSUMURA K; PHELPS SF; HAUSCHKA SD; CAMPBELL KP; FAULKNER JA; CHAMBERLAIN JS
      OVEREXPRESSION OF DYSTROPHIN IN TRANSGENIC MDX MICE ELIMINATES DYSTROPHIC SYMPTOMS WITHOUT TOXICITY

      Nature


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