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Kikani, CK, X Wu, L Paul, H Sabic, Z Shen, A Shakya, A Keefe, C Villanueva, G Kardon, B Graves, D Tantin, J Rutter. 2016. Pask integrates hormonal signaling with histone modification via Wdr5 phosphorylation to drive myogenesis. eLife


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Colasanto MP, S Eyal, P Mohassel, M Bamshad, C Bonnemman, E Zelzer, AM Moon, Kardon G. 2016. Development of a subset of forelimb muscles and their attachments sites requires the ulnar-mammary syndrome gene Tbx3. Disease Models and Mechanisms 


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Domyan ET, Z Kronenberg, CR Infante, AI Vickrey, SA Stringham, R Bruders, MW Guernsey, S Park, J Payne, RB Beckstead, G Kardon, D Menke, M Yandell, M Shapiro (2016). Molecular shifts in limb identity underlie development of feathered feet in two domestic avian species. eLife, 5.


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Keefe, AC and G Kardon. 2015. A new role for dystrophin in muscle stem cells. Nature Medicine 21 (12): 1391-1392.


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Nogueira, JM, K Hawrot, C Sharpe, A Noble, WM Wood, EC Jorge, DJ Goldhamer, G Kardon, and GS Dietrich. 2015. The emergence of Pax7-expressing muscle stem cells during vertebrate head muscle development. Frontiers in Aging Neruoscience 7: Article 62.


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Keefe, AC, JA Lawson, SD Flygare, ZD Fox, MP Colasanto, SJ Mathew, M Yandell, G Kardon. 2015. Muscle stem cells contribute to myofibres in sedentary adult mice. Nature Communications (6): 1-11.


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Merrell, AJ, BJ Ellis, ZD Fox, JA Lawson, JA Weiss, G Kardon. 2015. Muscle connective tissue controls development of the diaphragm and is a source of congenital diaphragmatic hernias. Nature Genetics 47(5): 496-505.


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Murphy, MM, AC Keefe, JA Lawson, SD Flygare, M Yandell, G Kardon 2014. Transiently active Wnt/beta-catenin signaling is not required but must be silenced for stem cell function during muscle regeneration. Stem Cell Reports 2: 475-488.


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Lours-Calet, C, LE Alvares, AS El-Hanfy, S Gandesha, EH Walters, DS Sobreira, KR Wotton, EC Jorge, JA Lawson, AK Lewis, M Tada, C Sharpe, G Kardon, S Dietrich. 2014. Evolutionary conserved morphogenetic movements at the vertebrate head-trunk interface coordinate the transport and assembly of hypopharyngeal structures. Developmental Biology 390: 231-246.


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Rohatgi, A, JC Corbo, K Monte, S Higgs, DL Vanlandingham, G Kardon, DJ Lenschow. 2014. Infection of myofibers contributes to increased pathogenicity during infection with an epidemic strain of Chikungunya virus. Journal of Virology 88(5): 2414-2425.


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Merrell, AJ and G Kardon. 2013. Development of the diaphragm - a skeletal muscle essential for mammalian respiration. FEBS Journal 280(17): 4026-4035.


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Hu, J. K-H., E McGlinn, BD Harfe, G Kardon, CJ Tabin. 2012. Autonomous and nonautonomous roles of Hedgehog signling in regulating limb muscle formation. Genes and Development 26: 2088-2102


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Wan, Y., A. K. Lewis, M. Colasanto, M. van Langeveld, G. Kardon, C. Hansen. 2012. A practical workflow for making anatomical atlases for biological research. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications’ Special Issue – Biomedical Applications: From Data Capture to Modeling 99:70-80


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Murphy, MM, JA Lawson, SJ Mathew, DA Hutcheson, G Kardon. 2011. Satellite cells, connective tissue fibroblasts, and their interactions are crucial for muscle regeneration. Development 138(17): 3625-3637.


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Kardon, G. 2011. Meet the Neighbors: Batsheva Seminar on Integrative Perspectives on the Development of the Musculoskeletal System.Development 138(13):2855-2859


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Murphy, MM and G Kardon. 2011. Origin of vertebrate limb muscle: the role of progenitors and myoblasts. Invited review for Current Topics in Developmental Biology 96:1-32


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Mathew, SJ, JM Hansen, AJ Merrell, MM Murphy, JA Lawson, DA Hutcheson, MS Hansen, M Angus-Hill, G Kardon. 2011. Connective tissue fibroblasts and Tcf4 regulate myogenesis. Development 138:371-384


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Hutcheson, DA and G Kardon. 2009. Genetic manipulations reveal dynamic cell and gene functions: cre-ating a new view of myogenesis. Cell Cycle 8 (22): 1-4


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Hutcheson, DA, J Zhao, AJ Merrell, M Haldar, G Kardon.  2009.  Embryonic and fetal limb myogenic cells are derived from developmentally distinct progenitors and have different requirements for b-catenin. Genes and Development 23(8): 997-1013


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Schienda, J, K Engleka, , S Jun,  MS Hansen,  J Epstein, CJ Tabin, LM Kunkel, G Kardon. 2006.  Somitic origin of limb muscle satellite and side population cells.  PNAS 103(4): 945-950


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Kardon, G, TA Heanue, CJ Tabin.  2004.  The Pax/Six/Eya/Dach network in development and evolution.  In Modularity in Development and Evolution, eds. G. Schlosser and G. Wagner, Chicago University Press


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Kardon, G, BD Harfe, CJ Tabin.  2003 A Tcf4-positive mesodermal population provides a prepattern for vertebrate limb muscle patterning. Developmental Cell 5: 937-944


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Kardon, G, JK Campbell, CJ Tabin.  2002.  Local extrinsic signals determine muscle and endothelial cell fate and patterning in the vertebrate limb.  Developmental Cell 3: 533-546


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Kardon, G, TA Heanue, CJ Tabin.  2002.  Pax3 and Dach2 positive regulation in the developing somite.  Developmental Dynamics 224(3): 350-355


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Kardon, G. 1998. Muscle and tendon morphogenesis in the avian hind limb.  Development 125(20): 4019-4032


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Kardon, G.  1998.  Evidence from the fossil record of an exaptation: conchiolin layers in corbulid bivalves. Evolution 52(1): 68-79