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Ya-chieh Hsu, Ph.D.

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  1. R01AR075421 (MANDINOVA, ANNA) Mar 1, 2019 - Feb 29, 2024
    NIH/NIAMS
    Posttranscriptional control of epidermal progenitors senescence
    Role: Co-Principal Investigator
  2. R01AR070825 (HSU, YA-CHIEH) Sep 9, 2016 - Aug 31, 2021
    NIH/NIAMS
    Interdependence of lineages within the mammalian skin
    Role: Principal Investigator
  3. R00AR063127 (HSU, YA-CHIEH) Sep 8, 2014 - Aug 31, 2017
    NIH/NIAMS
    Regulation of Quiescence and Activation in Skin Stem Cells
    Role: Principal Investigator
  4. K99AR063127 (HSU, YA-CHIEH) Mar 1, 2013 - May 8, 2014
    NIH/NIAMS
    Regulation of Quiescence and Activation in Skin Stem Cells
    Role: Principal Investigator

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  1. Goldstein JM, Tabebordbar M, Zhu K, Wang LD, Messemer KA, Peacker B, Ashrafi Kakhki S, Gonzalez-Celeiro M, Shwartz Y, Cheng JKW, Xiao R, Barungi T, Albright C, Hsu YC, Vandenberghe LH, Wagers AJ. In Situ Modification of Tissue Stem and Progenitor Cell Genomes. Cell Rep. 2019 04 23; 27(4):1254-1264.e7. PMID: 31018138.
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  2. Huang WY, Lin ET, Hsu YC, Lin SJ. Anagen hair follicle repair: Timely regenerative attempts from plastic extra-bulge epithelial cells. Exp Dermatol. 2019 04; 28(4):406-412. PMID: 30664259.
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  3. Dai S, Chou JP, Wang KW, Hsu YY, Hu A, Pan X, Chen TY. Platinum-trimer decorated cobalt-palladium core-shell nanocatalyst with promising performance for oxygen reduction reaction. Nat Commun. 2019 01 25; 10(1):440. PMID: 30683876.
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  4. Nguyen MB, Cohen I, Kumar V, Xu Z, Bar C, Dauber-Decker KL, Tsai PC, Marangoni P, Klein OD, Hsu YC, Chen T, Mikkola ML, Ezhkova E. FGF signalling controls the specification of hair placode-derived SOX9 positive progenitors to Merkel cells. Nat Commun. 2018 06 13; 9(1):2333. PMID: 29899403.
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  5. Zhang B, Hsu YC. Emerging roles of transit-amplifying cells in tissue regeneration and cancer. Wiley Interdiscip Rev Dev Biol. 2017 09; 6(5). PMID: 28670819.
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  6. Zhang B, Tsai PC, Gonzalez-Celeiro M, Chung O, Boumard B, Perdigoto CN, Ezhkova E, Hsu YC. Hair follicles' transit-amplifying cells govern concurrent dermal adipocyte production through Sonic Hedgehog. Genes Dev. 2016 Oct 15; 30(20):2325-2338. PMID: 27807033.
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  7. Perdigoto CN, Dauber KL, Bar C, Tsai PC, Valdes VJ, Cohen I, Santoriello FJ, Zhao D, Zheng D, Hsu YC, Ezhkova E. Polycomb-Mediated Repression and Sonic Hedgehog Signaling Interact to Regulate Merkel Cell Specification during Skin Development. PLoS Genet. 2016 07; 12(7):e1006151. PMID: 27414999.
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  8. Gonzalez-Celeiro M, Zhang B, Hsu YC. Fate by Chance, not by Choice: Epidermal Stem Cells Go Live. Cell Stem Cell. 2016 07 07; 19(1):8-10. PMID: 27392221.
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  9. Mou H, Vinarsky V, Tata PR, Brazauskas K, Choi SH, Crooke AK, Zhang B, Solomon GM, Turner B, Bihler H, Harrington J, Lapey A, Channick C, Keyes C, Freund A, Artandi S, Mense M, Rowe S, Engelhardt JF, Hsu YC, Rajagopal J. Dual SMAD Signaling Inhibition Enables Long-Term Expansion of Diverse Epithelial Basal Cells. Cell Stem Cell. 2016 08 04; 19(2):217-231. PMID: 27320041.
    Citations: 30     Fields:    Translation:HumansAnimalsCells
  10. Le TP, Vuong LT, Kim AR, Hsu YC, Choi KW. 14-3-3 proteins regulate Tctp-Rheb interaction for organ growth in Drosophila. Nat Commun. 2016 05 06; 7:11501. PMID: 27151460.
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  11. Hsu YC. Theory and Practice of Lineage Tracing. Stem Cells. 2015 Nov; 33(11):3197-204. PMID: 26284340.
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  12. Smith KA, Arlotta P, Watt FM, Solomon SL. Seven actionable strategies for advancing women in science, engineering, and medicine. Cell Stem Cell. 2015 Mar 05; 16(3):221-4. PMID: 25748929.
    Citations: 3     Fields:    Translation:Humans
  13. Hsu YC, Li L, Fuchs E. Emerging interactions between skin stem cells and their niches. Nat Med. 2014 Aug; 20(8):847-56. PMID: 25100530.
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  14. Hsu YC, Li L, Fuchs E. Transit-amplifying cells orchestrate stem cell activity and tissue regeneration. Cell. 2014 May 08; 157(4):935-49. PMID: 24813615.
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  15. Hsu YC, Fuchs E. A family business: stem cell progeny join the niche to regulate homeostasis. Nat Rev Mol Cell Biol. 2012 Jan 23; 13(2):103-14. PMID: 22266760.
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  16. Hsu YC, Pasolli HA, Fuchs E. Dynamics between stem cells, niche, and progeny in the hair follicle. Cell. 2011 Jan 07; 144(1):92-105. PMID: 21215372.
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  17. Lim J, Jafar-Nejad H, Hsu YC, Choi KW. Novel function of the class I bHLH protein Daughterless in the negative regulation of proneural gene expression in the Drosophila eye. EMBO Rep. 2008 Nov; 9(11):1128-33. PMID: 18758436.
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  18. Choi KW, Hsu YC. To cease or to proliferate: new insights into TCTP function from a Drosophila study. Cell Adh Migr. 2007 Jul-Sep; 1(3):129-30. PMID: 19262129.
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  19. Lim J, Lee OK, Hsu YC, Singh A, Choi KW. Drosophila TRAP230/240 are essential coactivators for Atonal in retinal neurogenesis. Dev Biol. 2007 Aug 15; 308(2):322-30. PMID: 17585897.
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  20. Hsu YC, Chern JJ, Cai Y, Liu M, Choi KW. Drosophila TCTP is essential for growth and proliferation through regulation of dRheb GTPase. Nature. 2007 Feb 15; 445(7129):785-8. PMID: 17301792.
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  21. Zhao R, Davey M, Hsu YC, Kaplanek P, Tong A, Parsons AB, Krogan N, Cagney G, Mai D, Greenblatt J, Boone C, Emili A, Houry WA. Navigating the chaperone network: an integrative map of physical and genetic interactions mediated by the hsp90 chaperone. Cell. 2005 Mar 11; 120(5):715-27. PMID: 15766533.
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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.