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  1. Bertozzi, A., Wu, C.C., Hans, S., Brand, M. and Weidinger, G. Wnt/β-catenin signaling acts cell-autonomously to promote cardiomyocyte regeneration in the zebrafish heart (2022). Developmental Biology 481, 226-237.
  2. Wu, C.C.*, Bertozzi, A.*, Dalvoy, M., Nguyen, P., Koopman, C., de Boer, T., Bakkers, J. and Weidinger, G. (2021) Is zebrafish heart regeneration ‘complete’? Lineage-restricted cardiomyocytes proliferate to pre-injury numbers but some fail to differentiate in fibrotic hearts.  Developmental Biology 471, 106-118. * Equal contribution
  3. Wu, C.C.#, Jeratsch, S., Graumann, J. and Stainier, D.Y.R. # (2020) Modulation of mammalian cardiomyocyte cytokinesis by the extracellular matrix.  Circulation Research 127:896-907. # Corresponding authors
  4. Beisaw, A., Kuenne, C., Günther, S., Dallmann, S., Wu, C.C., Bentsen, M., Looso, B. and Stainier, D.Y.R. (2020) AP-1 contributes to chromatin accessibility to promote sarcomere disassembly and cardiomyocyte protrusion during zebrafish heart regeneration.  Circulation Research 126:1760–1778.
  5. Wu, C.C.*, Kruse, F.*, Dalvoy, M, Junker, J.P., Zebrowski, D.C., Fischer, K., Noël, E.S., Grün, D., Berezikov, E., Engel, F.B., van Oudenaarden, A., Weidinger, G. and Bakkers, J. (2016) Spatially-resolved genome–wide transcriptional profiling identifies BMP signaling as essential regulator of zebrafish cardiomyocyte regeneration.  Developmental Cell 36, 36-49. * Equal contribution
  6. Wu, C.C. and Weidinger, G. (2016). Cardiac Regeneration in Zebrafish. Regenerative Medicine-from Protocol to Patient, 3rd edition 2016, p 307-337, Springer International Publishing.
  7. Zebrowski, D.C., Vergarajauregui, S., Wu, C.C., Piatkowski, T., Becker, R., Leone, M., Hirth, S., Ricciardi, F., Falk, N., Giessl, A., Just, S., Braun, T., Weidinger, G., Engel, F.B. (2015) Developmental alterations in centrosome integrity contribute to the post-mitotic state of mammalian cardiomyocytes.  eLife 2015;10.7554/eLife.05563
  8. Wu, C.C., Weidinger, G. (2014) Zebrafish as a model for studying cardiac regeneration.  Current Pathobiology Reports 10.1007/s40139-014-0042-2
  9. Wu, C.C.*, Schnabel, K.*, Kurth, T., Weidinger, G. (2011) Regeneration of cryoinjury induced necrotic heart lesions in zebrafish is associated with epicardial activation and cardiomyocyte proliferation.  PLoS One. 6(4), e18503. * Equal contribution
  10. Chan W.M., Tsoi H., Wu C.C., Wong C.H., Cheng T.C., Li H.Y., Lau K.F., Shaw P.C., Perrimon N., Chan H.Y.E. (2011) Expanded polyglutamine domain possesses nuclear export activity which modulates subcellular localization and toxicity of polyQ disease protein via exportin-1.  Human Molecular Genetics. 20 (9):1738-1750.
  11. Lam, W., Chan, W.M., Lo, T.W., Wong, A.K.Y., Wu, C.C. and Chan, H.Y.E. (2008) Human receptor for activated protein kinase C1 associates with polyglutamine aggregates and modulates polyglutamine toxicity.  Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. 377:714-9.