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Academic Article Novel embryonic genes are preferentially expressed by autonomously replicating rat embryonic and neointimal smooth muscle cells.
Academic Article Perlecan up-regulation of FRNK suppresses smooth muscle cell proliferation via inhibition of FAK signaling.
Academic Article Patterns of gene expression differentially regulated by platelet-derived growth factor and hypertrophic stimuli in vascular smooth muscle cells: markers for phenotypic modulation and response to injury.
Academic Article Embryonic growth-associated protein is one subunit of a novel N-terminal acetyltransferase complex essential for embryonic vascular development.
Academic Article Targeted deletion of PTEN in smooth muscle cells results in vascular remodeling and recruitment of progenitor cells through induction of stromal cell-derived factor-1alpha.
Academic Article Selective inactivation of PTEN in smooth muscle cells synergizes with hypoxia to induce severe pulmonary hypertension.
Academic Article Perlecan-induced suppression of smooth muscle cell proliferation is mediated through increased activity of the tumor suppressor PTEN.
Academic Article Depletion of serum response factor by RNA interference mimics the mitogenic effects of platelet derived growth factor-BB in vascular smooth muscle cells.
Academic Article Transient reexpression of an embryonic autonomous growth phenotype by adult carotid artery smooth muscle cells after vascular injury.
Academic Article Changes in perlecan expression during vascular injury: role in the inhibition of smooth muscle cell proliferation in the late lesion.
Academic Article Unique, highly proliferative growth phenotype expressed by embryonic and neointimal smooth muscle cells is driven by constitutive Akt, mTOR, and p70S6K signaling and is actively repressed by PTEN.
Academic Article Inactivation of the tumour suppressor, PTEN, in smooth muscle promotes a pro-inflammatory phenotype and enhances neointima formation.
Academic Article SDF-1a induction in mature smooth muscle cells by inactivation of PTEN is a critical mediator of exacerbated injury-induced neointima formation.
Academic Article Serum response factor regulates expression of phosphatase and tensin homolog through a microRNA network in vascular smooth muscle cells.
Academic Article Smooth muscle cell plasticity: fact or fiction?
Concept Myocytes, Smooth Muscle
Concept Myocytes, Cardiac
Academic Article Inhibition of mammalian target of rapamycin with rapamycin reverses hypertrophic cardiomyopathy in mice with cardiomyocyte-specific knockout of PTEN.
Academic Article Vascular smooth muscle cell-derived transforming growth factor-? promotes maturation of activated, neointima lesion-like macrophages.
Academic Article Activation of the retinoid X receptor modulates angiotensin II-induced smooth muscle gene expression and inflammation in vascular smooth muscle cells.
Academic Article Targeted deletion of PTEN in cardiomyocytes renders cardiac contractile dysfunction through interruption of Pink1-AMPK signaling and autophagy.
Academic Article Nuclear PTEN functions as an essential regulator of SRF-dependent transcription to control smooth muscle differentiation.
Academic Article Differentiated Smooth Muscle Cells Generate a Subpopulation of Resident Vascular Progenitor Cells in the Adventitia Regulated by Klf4.
Grant Microenvironmental Endogenous Reprogramming of Differentiated Smooth Muscle Cells
Grant Reprogramming of mature smooth muscle cells to vascular progenitor cells
Grant PTEN-dependent regulation of SRF transcriptional activity and SMC phenotype control
Grant Role of PTEN in Vascular Lesion Formation
Grant PTEN and Perlecan in Reducing In-Stent Restenosis
Academic Article Smooth Muscle Differentiation Control Comes Full Circle: The Circular Noncoding RNA, circActa2, Functions as a miRNA Sponge to Fine-Tune a-SMA Expression.
Academic Article PTEN deficiency promotes pathological vascular remodeling of human coronary arteries.
Academic Article Mature Vascular Smooth Muscle Cells, but Not Endothelial Cells, Serve as the Major Cellular Source of Intimal Hyperplasia in Vein Grafts.
Academic Article High Throughput Screen Identifies the DNMT1 (DNA Methyltransferase-1) Inhibitor, 5-Azacytidine, as a Potent Inducer of PTEN (Phosphatase and Tensin Homolog): Central Role for PTEN in 5-Azacytidine Protection Against Pathological Vascular Remodeling.
Academic Article Smooth muscle-derived progenitor cell myofibroblast differentiation through KLF4 downregulation promotes arterial remodeling and fibrosis.
Academic Article Heterogeneous subpopulations of adventitial progenitor cells regulate vascular homeostasis and pathological vascular remodelling.
Academic Article DUSP5-mediated inhibition of smooth muscle cell proliferation suppresses pulmonary hypertension and right ventricular hypertrophy.
Academic Article Lgals3-Transitioned Inflammatory Smooth Muscle Cells: Major Regulators of Atherosclerosis Progression and Inflammatory Cell Recruitment.
Academic Article Smooth muscle-derived adventitial progenitor cells direct atherosclerotic plaque composition complexity in a Klf4-dependent manner.

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