SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Quarta M, Cromie M, Chacon R, Blonigan J, Garcia V, Akimenko I, Hamer M, Paine P, Stok M, Shrager JB, Rando TA (2017). Bioengineered constructs combined with exercise enhance stem cell-mediated treatment of volumetric muscle loss. Nature Communications, 8.
 
Stearns‐Reider KM, D’Amore A, Beezhold K, Rothrauff B, Cavalli L, Wagner WR, Vorp DA, Tsamis A, Shinde S, Zhang C, Barchowsky TR, Tuan RS, Ambrosio F (2017). Aging of the skeletal muscle extracellular matrix drives a stem cell fibrogenic conversion. Aging cell, 16(3), 518-528.
 
Rodgers, J. T., Schroeder, M. D., Ma, C., & Rando, T. A. (2017). HGFA Is an Injury-Regulated Systemic Factor that Induces the Transition of Stem Cells into G Alert. Cell reports, 19(3), 479-486.
 
Luo, D., de Morree, A., Boutet, S., Quach, N., Natu, V., Rustagi, A., & Rando, T. A. (2017). Deltex2 represses MyoD expression and inhibits myogenic differentiation by acting as a negative regulator of Jmjd1c. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 201613592.
 
Brunet, A., & Rando, T. A. (2017). Interaction between epigenetic and metabolism in aging stem cells. Current Opinion in Cell Biology, 45, 1-7.
 
Mueller, A. A., Van Velthoven, C. T., Fukumoto, K. D., Cheung, T. H., & Rando, T. A. (2016). Intronic polyadenylation of PDGFRα in resident stem cells attenuates muscle fibrosis. Nature, 540(7632), 276.
 
Quarta M, Brett JO, DiMarco R, De Morree A, Boutet SC, Chacon R, Gibbons MC, Garcia VA, Su J, Shrager JB, Heilshorn S., Rando, TA (2016). An artificial niche preserves the quiescence of muscle stem cells and enhances their therapeutic efficacy. Nature biotechnology, 34(7), 752-759.
 
Goodell MA, Rando TA (2015) Stem cells and healthy aging. Science, 350: 1199-1204.
 
Liu L, Cheung TH, Charville GW, Rando TA (2015) Isolation of skeletal muscle stem cells by fluorescence-activated cell sorting. Nat Protoc, 10: 1612-1624.
 
Bursac N, Juhas M, Rando TA (2015) Synergizing Engineering and Biology to Treat and Model Skeletal Muscle Injury and Disease. Annu Rev Biomed Eng, 17: 217-242.
 
Tang AH, Rando TA (2014) Induction of autophagy supports the bioenergetic demands of quiescent muscle stem cell activation. EMBO J, 33: 2782-2797.
 
Rodgers JT, King KY, Brett JO, Cromie MJ, Charville GW, Maguire KK, Brunson C, Mastey N, Liu L, Tsai CR, Goodell MA, Rando TA (2014) mTORC1 controls the adaptive transition of quiescent stem cells from G0 to G(Alert). Nature, 510: 393-396.
 
Brett JO, Rando TA. Alive and well? Exploring disease by studying lifespan. (2014) Curr Opin Genet Dev, 26: 33-40.
 
Liu L, Cheung TH, Charville GW, Hurgo BM, Leavitt T, Shih J, Brunet A, Rando TA (2013) Chromatin modifications as determinants of muscle stem cell quiescence and chronological aging. Cell Rep, 4: 189-204
 
Mueller AA, Cheung TH, Rando TA (2013) All’s well that ends well: Alternative polyadenylation and its implications for stem cell biology. Curr Opin Cell Biol, 25: 222-232.
 
Maguire KK, Lim LE, Speedy S, Rando TA (2013) Assessment of disease progression in muscular dystrophies by non-invasive imaging. J Clin Invest, 123: 2298-2305.
 
Cheung TH, Rando TA (2013) Molecular regulation of stem cell quiescence. Nat Rev Mol Cell Biol,14: 329-340.
 
Boutet SC, Cheung TH, Quach NL, Liu L, Prescott SL, Edalati A, Iori K, Rando TA (2012) Alternative polyadenylation mediates microRNA regulation of muscle stem cell function. Cell Stem Cell, 10: 327-336.
 
Cheung TH, Quach NL, Charville GW, Liu L, Park L, Edalati A, Yoo B, Hoang P, Rando TA (2012) Maintenance of muscle stem-cell quiescence by microRNA-489. Nature, 482: 524-528.
 
Rando TA, Chang HY (2012) Aging, rejuvenation, and epigenetic reprogramming: resetting the aging clock. Cell, 148: 46-57.