Marable, SS; Chung, E; Adam, M; Potter, SS; Park, J.
Hnf4a deletion in the mouse kidney phenocopies Fanconi renotubular syndrome.
O'Brien, LL; Guo, Q; Bahrami-Samani, E; Park, J; Hasso, SM; Lee, Y; Fang, A; Kim, AD; Guo, J; Hong, TM; et al.
Transcriptional regulatory control of mammalian nephron progenitors revealed by multi-factor cistromic analysis and genetic studies.
Chung, E; Deacon, P; Park, J.
Notch is required for the formation of all nephron segments and primes nephron progenitors for differentiation.
Lo, Y; Chung, E; Li, Z; Wan, Y; Mahe, MM; Chen, M; Noah, TK; Bell, KN; Yalamanchili, HK; Klisch, TJ; et al.
Transcriptional Regulation by ATOH1 and its Target SPDEF in the Intestine.
CMGH Cellular and Molecular Gastroenterology and Hepatology.
Chung, E; Deacon, P; Marable, S; Shin, J; Park, J.
Notch signaling promotes nephrogenesis by downregulating Six2.
Brunskill, EW; Park, J; Chung, E; Chen, F; Magella, B; Potter, SS.
Single cell dissection of early kidney development: multilineage priming.
Xu, J; Liu, H; Park, J; Lan, Y; Jiang, R.
Osr1 acts downstream of and interacts synergistically with Six2 to maintain nephron progenitor cells during kidney organogenesis.
Park, J; Ma, W; O'Brien, LL; Chung, E; Guo, J; Cheng, J; Valerius, MT; McMahon, JA; Wong, WH; McMahon, AP.
Six2 and Wnt regulate self-renewal and commitment of nephron progenitors through shared gene regulatory networks.
Park, J; Valerius, MT; McMahon, AP.
Wnt/beta-catenin signaling regulates nephron induction during mouse kidney development.
Carroll, TJ; Park, JS; Hayashi, S; Majumdar, A; McMahon, AP.
Wnt9b plays a central role in the regulation of mesenchymal to epithelial transitions underlying organogenesis of the mammalian urogenital system.