Selected Publications

Guerin, D.J., Kha, C.X., and Tseng, K.A. (2021). From Cell Death to Regeneration: Rebuilding After Injury. Front Cell Dev Biol 18;9:655048. doi: 10.3389/fcell.2021.655048 link

Kha, C. X. *, Guerin, D.J. *, and Tseng, K. A.-S. (2020). Studying in vivo Retinal Progenitor Cell Proliferation in Xenopus laevis. In: Mao CA. (ed) Retinal Development. Methods in Molecular Biology, 2092:19-33. Humana, New York, NY. (* equal contribution) link

Kha, C.X.*, Guerin, D.J.*, and Tseng, K.A. (2019). Using the Xenopus Developmental Eye Regrowth System to Distinguish the Role of Developmental Versus Regenerative Mechanisms. Front Physiol. 2019;10:502doi: 10.3389/fphys.2019.00502. eCollection 2019. link

Kha, C.X., Tseng, K.A. (2018). Developmental dependence for functional eye regrowth in Xenopus laevis. Neural Regen Res, 13:1735-7 link

Kha, C.X., Son, H., Lauper, J., and Tseng, K A.-S. (2018). A Model for Investigating Developmental Eye Repair in Xenopus laevis.  Exp Eye Res, 169:38-47 link

Tseng, A.-S. (2017). Seeing the Future: Using Xenopus to Understand Eye Regeneration. genesis, 55: e23003. linkGenesis Cover

Van Huizen, A.V., Tseng, A.-S., and Beane, W. S. (2017). Methylisothiazolinone toxicity and inhibition of wound healing and regeneration in planaria. Aquat. Toxicol., 191:226-235. link

Delos Santos, N., Azmat, S., Cuenca, Y., Drenth, J., Lauper, J., and Tseng, A.-S. (2016). Effects of the biocide methylisothiazolinone on Xenopus laevis wound healing and tail regeneration. Aquat. Toxic , 181, 37–45. link

Tseng, A-S., and Levin, M., (2013). Cracking the Bioelectric Code: Probing Endogenous Ionic Controls of Pattern Formation. Communicative & Integrative Biology,6(1):0-1.

Adams, D.A.*, Tseng, A-S.*, and Levin, M. (2013). Light-activation of the Archaerhodopsin H+-pump reverses age-dependent loss of vertebrate regeneration: sparking system-level controls in vivo Biology Open, 18 January 2013, 0(2013):bio.20133665v1-BIO20133665    

Tseng, A-Sand Levin, M. (2012). Transducing Bioelectric Signals Into Epigenetic Pathways During Tadpole Tail Regeneration. Anat Rec., 295:1541-1551.

pubCover2012StemCellsAndDevAugBeane, W. S., Tseng, A-S.*, Morokuma, J.*, Lemire, J.M., and Levin, M. (2012). Inhibition of Planar Cell Polarity Extends Neural Growth During Regeneration, Homeostasis and Development.  Stem Cells and Development, 21(12): 2085-2094

Tseng, A-S.*, Carneiro, K.*, Lemire, J.M., and Levin, M. (2011). HDAC Activity is Required During Xenopus Tail Regeneration. PLoS ONE 6(10):e26382.doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0026382.

Tseng, A-S., Beane, W.S., Lemire, J.M., Masi, A., and Levin, M. (2010). Induction of Xenopus Tail Regeneration by a Transient Sodium Current. J. Neurosci., 30(39):13192-13200

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2008 JDR

Tseng, A-S., and Levin, M. (2008). Tail Regeneration in Xenopus laevis as a Model for Understanding Tissue Repair. J Dent Res. 87(9):806-816. review

Tseng, A-S., Adams, D.S., Qiu, D., Koustubhan, P., and Levin, M. (2007). Apoptosis is required during early tail regeneration in Xenopus laevis. Dev Biol. 301(1):62-9.

Tseng, A-S., Engel, F.E., and Keating, M.T. (2006). The GSK-3 Inhibitor BIO Promotes Proliferation in Mammalian Cardiomyocytes. Chem Biol. 13(9):957-63.

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