Publications

Dr. Jenny Hseih

Retinoblastoma protein controls growth, survival and neuronal migration in human cerebral organoids

Researchers at the Hamon Center for Regenerative Science and Medicine identified that the depletion of the tumor suppressor retinoblastoma protein disrupted growth, survival and neuronal migration in human cerebral organoids. This work was published in Development Issue 144(6):1025-1034Link

Dr. Ning Liu

A Twist2-dependent progenitor cell contributes to adult skeletal muscle

Researchers at the Hamon Center for Regenerative Science and Medicine identified an interstitial progenitor cell, characterized by Twist2 expression, that is highly myogenic, forms type IIb/x myofibres and contributes to regeneration in adult skeletal muscle. This work was published in Nature Cell Biology Issue 19(3):202-213.