Yu, Ling individual record
Research Associate Professor
education and training
selected publications
Academic Articles24
  • Dolan, C. P., Imholt, F., Yang, T., Bokhari, R., Gregory, J., Yan, M., ... Muneoka, K. (2022). Mouse Digit Tip Regeneration Is Mechanical Load Dependent. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research. 37(2), 312-322.
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  • Dawson, L. A., Schanes, P. P., Marrero, L., Jordan, K., Brunauer, R., Zimmel, K. N., ... Muneoka, K (2021). Proximal digit tip amputation initiates simultaneous blastema and transient fibrosis formation and results in partial regeneration.. Wound Repair Regen. 29(1), 196-205.
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  • Yu, L., Dawson, L. A., Yan, M., Zimmel, K., Lin, Y., Dolan, C. P., Han, M., & Muneoka, K. (2019). BMP9 stimulates joint regeneration at digit amputation wounds in mice.. Nat Commun. 10(1), 424.
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  • Dawson, L. A., Brunauer, R., Zimmel, K. N., Qureshi, O., Falck, A. R., Kim, P., ... Muneoka, K. (2019). Adult Mouse Digit Amputation and Regeneration: A Simple Model to Investigate Mammalian Blastema Formation and Intramembranous Ossification.. J Vis Exp. 2019(149),
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  • Dawson, L. A., Schanes, P. P., Kim, P., Imholt, F. M., Qureshi, O., Dolan, C. P., ... Muneoka, K. (2018). Blastema formation and periosteal ossification in the regenerating adult mouse digit.. Wound Repair Regen. 26(3), 263-273.
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  • Dawson, L. A., Schanes, P. P., Dolan, C., Ketcham, P., Yu, L., Yan, M., Li, T., & Muneoka, K. (2016). Digit Regeneration in Mammals. Wilson-Rawls, J., & Kusumi, K. (Eds.), Innovations in Molecular Mechanisms and Tissue Engineering. 79-99. Springer International Publishing.
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Conference Papers2
  • (2018). BMP9 stimulates synovial joint regeneration in mice. JOURNAL OF BONE AND MINERAL RESEARCH. 33, 85-85.
  • Dawson, L., Yu, L., Yan, M., Dolan, C., & Muneoka, K. (2017). Periosteal chondrogenesis and temporal dynamics of BMP2-induced middle phalanx regeneration in the adult mouse.. JOURNAL OF BONE AND MINERAL RESEARCH. 32, S66-S66.
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Texas A&M University; Vet Med - Physiology & Pharmacology; 4466 TAMU
College Station, TX 77842