Publications

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Conference Paper
Madden, L, Koeberl, D, and Bursac, N. "BIOENGINEERED HUMAN MUSCLE FOR PHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES AND DISEASE MODELING." In Molecular Genetics and Metabolism, 304-305. Vol. 114., 2015.
Juhas, M, Engelmayr, G, and Bursac, N. "Bioengineered Skeletal Muscle With Functional Stem Cell Pool and Capacity for Vascular Integration and Maturation In Vivo." In Molecular Therapy, S53-S54. Vol. 22., 2014.
Bursac, N. "Cardiac Fibroblasts Strongly Affect Cardiac Action Potential Propagation by Paracrine Rather Than Coupling Mechanisms." In Circulation, S635. Vol. 120., 2009.
McSpadden, LC, Kirkton, RD, and Bursac, N. "Cell Therapies for Arrhythmias: Genetically Engineered Coupling Determines the Effect on Anisotropic Cardiac Conduction." In Circulation, S765-S766. Vol. 120., 2009.
Liau, B, Christoforou, N, and Bursac, N. "Electromechanically Functional Cardiac Tissue Constructs Engineered From Embryonic Stem Cells." In Circulation, S810-S811. Vol. 120., 2009.
Christoforou, N, Liau, B, Bursac, N, and Leong, KW. "Engineering an electromechanically functional 3d biosynthetic tissue using embryonic or induced pluripotent stem cells." In Circulation, E735. Vol. 125., 2012.
Juhas, M, Wang, J, Ye, J, Shadrin, I, and Bursac, N. "Engineering Regenerative Skeletal Muscle Tissues." In Tissue Engineering, Part A, S310. Vol. 21., 2015.
Wang, C, Hennessey, JA, Kirkton, RD, Wang, C, Bryson, V, Rosenberg, PB, Bursac, N, and Pitt, GS. "FGF13 is a Regulator of the Cardiac Voltage-Gated Sodium Channel Nav1.5." In Biophysical Journal, 420-421. Vol. 100., 2011.
Nguyen, H, and Bursac, N. "Gene Therapy for Heart Disease Using Electrically Active Fibroblasts." In Molecular Therapy, S144-S145. Vol. 22., 2014.
Shadrin, IY, Carlson, AL, and Bursac, N. "Human Pluripotent Stem Cell-Derived Cardiac Tissue Patch for Use in Cell-Based Cardiac Therapy." In Molecular Therapy, S206. Vol. 22., 2014.
Bian, W, and Bursac, N. "Large 3-Dimensional Tissue Engineered Cardiac Patch With Controlled Electrical Anisotropy." In Circulation, S821. Vol. 120., 2009.
Madden, L, Jackman, C, Wang, J, Kraus, W, Truskey, G, and Bursac, N. "Novel In Vitro Exercise Model of Engineered Human Skeletal Muscle." In Tissue Engineering, Part A, S46. Vol. 21., 2015.
Bursac, N, and Tung, L. "Novel stable functional Reentrant patterns induced by rapid pacing in uniformly anisotorpic cardiomyocyte cultures." In Circulation, 304. Vol. 106., 2002.
Pedrotty, D, McSpadden, L, and Bursac, N. "Paracrine factors from stem cells improve electrical conduction in cardiac tissue." In Circulation, U145-U146. Vol. 112., 2005.
Albers, A, Bursac, N, and Rapp, S. "PGE - Product generation engineering - Case study of the dual mass flywheel." In Proceedings of International Design Conference, DESIGN, 791-800. Vol. DS 84., 2016.
Tranquillo, JV, and Bursac, N. "The role restitution in pacing induced spiral wave acceleration." In 2006 28th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, Vols 1-15, 2420-2423., 2006.
Zhang, H, Sun, AY, Kim, JJ, Graham, V, Finch, EA, Nepliouev, I, Zhao, G, Li, T, Lederer, WJ, Stiber, JA et al. "STIM1-Ca2+ signaling modulates automaticity of the mouse sinoatrial node." In Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of USA, E5618-E5627. Vol. 112., 2015.
Madden, LR, Koeberl, DD, and Bursac, N. "Tissue Engineered Human Skeletal Muscle as a Pre-Clinical Model for AAV Treatment of Pompe Disease." In Molecular Therapy, S157. Vol. 22., 2014.
Journal Article
Bursac, N, and Tung, L. "Acceleration of functional reentry by rapid pacing in anisotropic cardiac monolayers: formation of multi-wave functional reentries." Cardiovascular Research 69, no. 2 (2006): 381-390.
Farah, BL, Madden, L, Li, S, Nance, S, Bird, A, Bursac, N, Yen, PM, Young, SP, and Koeberl, DD. "Adjunctive β2-agonist treatment reduces glycogen independently of receptor-mediated acid α-glucosidase uptake in the limb muscles of mice with Pompe disease." The FASEB journal : official publication of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology 28, no. 5 (2014): 2272-2280.
Li, Y, Asfour, H, and Bursac, N. "Age-dependent functional crosstalk between cardiac fibroblasts and cardiomyocytes in a 3D engineered cardiac tissue." Acta Biomaterialia 55 (2017): 120-130.
Madden, L, Juhas, M, Kraus, WE, Truskey, GA, and Bursac, N. "Bioengineered human myobundles mimic clinical responses of skeletal muscle to drugs." eLife 4 (2015): e04885.

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