Yuji Mishina

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Biologic & Materials Sciences University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
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Agarwal S, Drake J, Qureshi AT, et al. (2016) Characterization of Cells Isolated from Genetic and Trauma-Induced Heterotopic Ossification. Plos One. 11: e0156253
Luo Y, Chen H, Ren S, et al. (2016) BMP signaling is essential in neonatal surfactant production during respiratory adaptation. American Journal of Physiology. Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology. ajplung.00391.2015
Agarwal S, Loder SJ, Sorkin M, et al. (2016) Analysis of bone-cartilage-stromal progenitor populations in trauma induced and genetic models of heterotopic ossification. Stem Cells (Dayton, Ohio)
Noda K, Mishina Y, Komatsu Y. (2015) Constitutively active mutation of ACVR1 in oral epithelium causes submucous cleft palate in mice. Developmental Biology
Hayano S, Komatsu Y, Pan H, et al. (2015) Augmented BMP signaling in the neural crest inhibits nasal cartilage morphogenesis by inducing p53-mediated apoptosis. Development (Cambridge, England). 142: 1357-67
Agarwal S, Loder SJ, Brownley C, et al. (2015) BMP signaling mediated by constitutively active Activin type 1 receptor (ACVR1) results in ectopic bone formation localized to distal extremity joints. Developmental Biology. 400: 202-9
Lim J, Tu X, Choi K, et al. (2015) BMP-Smad4 signaling is required for precartilaginous mesenchymal condensation independent of Sox9 in the mouse. Developmental Biology. 400: 132-8
Wang L, Mishina Y, Liu F. (2015) Osterix-Cre transgene causes craniofacial bone development defect. Calcified Tissue International. 96: 129-37
Lane J, Yumoto K, Azhar M, et al. (2015) Tak1, Smad4 and Trim33 redundantly mediate TGF-β3 signaling during palate development. Developmental Biology. 398: 231-41
Kajimoto H, Kai H, Aoki H, et al. (2015) BMP type I receptor inhibition attenuates endothelial dysfunction in mice with chronic kidney disease. Kidney International. 87: 128-36
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