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Enriquez, JR; McCauley, HA; Zhang, KX; Sanchez, JG; Kalin, GT; Lang, RA; Wells, JM. A dietary change to a high-fat diet initiates a rapid adaptation of the intestine. Cell Reports. 2022; 41:111641.

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Edwards, NA; Shacham-Silverberg, V; Weitz, L; Kingma, PS; Shen, Y; Wells, JM; Chung, WK; Zorn, AM. Developmental basis of trachea-esophageal birth defects. Developmental Biology. 2021; 477:85-97.

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Kumar, R; Deshpande, AM; Wells, JZ; Kumar, M. (2021) Flight Control of Sliding Arm Quadcopter with Dynamic Structural Parameters. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). 00:1358-1363.

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Kasendra, M; Wells, JM. A Window into Your Gut: Biologically Inspired Engineering of Mini-gut Tubes In Vitro. Developmental Cell. 2020; 55:522-524.

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Pradhan, S; Karve, SS; Weiss, AA; Hawkins, J; Poling, HM; Helmrath, MA; Wells, JM; McCauley, HA. Tissue Responses to Shiga Toxin in Human Intestinal Organoids. CMGH Cellular and Molecular Gastroenterology and Hepatology. 2020; 10:171-190.

Shacham-Silverberg, V; Wells, JM. Generation of esophageal organoids and organotypic raft cultures from human pluripotent stem cells. Methods in Cell Biology. : Elsevier; Elsevier; 2020.

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Zhang, X; McGrath, PS; Salomone, J; Rahal, M; McCauley, HA; Schweitzer, J; Kovall, R; Gebelein, B; Wells, JM. A Comprehensive Structure-Function Study of Neurogenin3 Disease-Causing Alleles during Human Pancreas and Intestinal Organoid Development. Developmental Cell. 2019; 50:367-380.e7.

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Chakrabarti, J; Steele, N; Holokai, L; Broda, T; Biesiada, J; Pitstick, A; Mayhew, C; Medvedovic, M; Wells, J; Zavros, Y. Induction of CD44 Variant Isoforms is an Early Epithelial Response to Helicobacter pylori Infection. The FASEB journal : official publication of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. 2019; 33:869.28.

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