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  • Islas, JF, Liu, Y, Weng, KC, Robertson, MJ, Zhang, S, Prejusa, A, Harger, J, Tikhomirova, D, Chopra, M, Iyer, D, Mercola, M, Oshima, RG, Willerson, JT, Potaman, VN, Schwartz, RJ (2012). Transcription factors ETS2 and MESP1 transdifferentiate human dermal fibroblasts into cardiac progenitors. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A., 109, paper




Before 2009

  • Niu, Z, Iyer, D, Conway, SJ, Martin, JF, Ivey, K, Srivastava, D, Nordheim, A, and Schwartz, RJ (2008) Serum Response Factor orchestrates nascent sarcomerogenesis and silences biomineralization in the heart. Proc. Natl Acad Sci USA 105, 17824-17829.
  • Niu, Z., Li, A., Zhang, S.X., and Schwartz, R.J. (2007) Serum response factor micromanaging cardiogenesis. Curr Opin Cell Biol. 6:618-627.
  • Zhao, Y., Ransom, J.F., Li A., Vedantham, V., von Drehle, M., Muth, A.N., Tsuchihashi, T., McManus, M.T., Schwartz, R.J. and Srivastava, D. (2007) Dysregulation of Cardiogenesis, Cardiac Conduction, and Cell Cycle in Mice Lacking miRNA-1-2. Cell. 129, 303-317.
  • Chang,D.F, Belaguli,NS,, Roberts,WB., Iyer,D., Wu, S.P., Dong, X.R.,Marx,J., Moore, MS., Beckerle, M.C., Majesky, M., and. Schwartz, RJ. (2003) Vascular smooth muscle LIM-only proteins CRP1 and CRP2 are potent cardiovascular differentiation cofactors. Dev. Cell 4: 107-118.
  • Schwartz, R.J. and Olson, E.N. (1999) Building the heart piece by piece: modularity of cis-elements regulating to Nkx2-5 transcription. Development, 126, 4187-4192.
  • Chen, C.Y. and Schwartz, R.J. (1996) Recruitment of tinman homologue, Nkx-2.5 by serum response factor activates cardiac -actin gene transcription. Mol. Cell. Biol.,16:6372-6384.
  • Chen, C-Y. and Schwartz, R.J. (1995) Identification of novel DNA binding targets and regulatory domains of a murine tinman homeodomain factor, nkx-2.5. J. Biol. Chem. 270:15628-15633.
  • Schwartz, R.J. and Rothblum, K.N. (1981) Gene switching in myogenesis: differential expression of the chicken actin multigene family. Biochemistry 20:4122-4129.