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Voss SR, Palumbo A, Nagarajan R, Gardiner DM, Muneoka K, Stromberg AJ, Ahtippozhy AT. 2015. Gene expression during the first 28 days of axolotl limb regeneration I: Experimental design and global analysis of gene expression. In press, Regeneration.

Ponomareva LV, Athippozhy AT, Thorson JS, Voss SR. 2015. Using Ambystoma mexicanum (Mexican Axolotl) embryos, chemical genetics, and microarray analysis to identify signaling pathways associated with tissue regeneration. In press, Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part C: Toxicology and Pharmacology.

Sousounis K, Athipozzhy AT, Voss SR, Tsonis PA. 2014. Plasticity for axolotl lens regeneration is associated with age-related cellular differentiation of iris and ontogeny of the immune system. Regeneration 1:47-57.

Thompson S, Muzinic L, Muzinic C, Niemiller ML, Voss SR. 2014. Probability of Regenerating a Normal Limb After Bite Injury in the Mexican Axolotl (Ambystoma mexicanum). Regeneration 1:27-32.

Athippozhy A, Lehrberg J, Monaghan JR, Gardiner DM, Voss SR. 2014. Characterization of in vitro transcriptional responses of dorsal root ganglia cultured in the presence and absence of blastema cells from regenerating salamander limbs. Regeneration 1:1-10.

Page RB, Boley MA, Kump DK, Voss SR. 2013. Genomics of a metamorphic timing QTL: met1 maps to a unique genomic position and regulates morph and species-specific patterns of brain transcription. Genome Biology and Evolution 5:1716-1730.

Voss GJ, Kump DK, Walker JA, Voss SR. 2013. Variation in salamander tail regenerative outgrowth is associated with genetic factors that determine tail morphology. PLoS One 8:e67274.

Hui SP, Monaghan JR, Voss SR, Ghosh, S. 2013. Expression pattern of noga-a, mag, and ngr in regenerating urodele spinal cord. Developmental Dynamics 242:847-60.

Voss SR, Putta S, Walker JA, Smith JJ, Maki N, Tsonis P. 2013. Salamander Hox Clusters Contain Repetitive DNA and Expanded Non-Coding Regions: A Typical Hox Structure for Non-Mammalian Tetrapod Vertebrates? Human Genomics 7:9.

Johnson CK, Voss SR. 2013. Salamander Paedomorphosis: Linking thyroid hormone to salamander life history and life cycle evolution. Current Topics in Developmental Biology 103:229-258.

Tapia N, Reinhardt P, Duemmler A, Wu G, Araúzo-Bravo MJ, Esch D, Greber B, Cojocaru V, Rascon CA, Tazaki A, Kump K, Voss R, Tanaka EM, Schöler HR. 2012. Reprogramming to pluripotency is an ancient trait of vertebrate Oct4 and Pou2 proteins. Nature Communications 3:1279.

Voss SR, Kump KD, Walker JA, Shaffer HB, Voss GJ. 2012. Thyroid hormone responsive QTL and the evolution of paedomorphic salamanders. Heredity, 109:293-298.

Monaghan JR, Athippozhy A, Seifert AW,  Putta S, Stromberg AJ, Maden M, Gardiner DM, and Voss SR. 2012. Gene expression    patterns specific to the regenerating limb of the Mexican axolotl. Biology Open 1:937-948.

Zhu W, Kuo D, Nathanson J, Satoh A, Pao GM, Yeo GW, Gene W. Yeo, Bryant SV, Voss SR, Gardiner DM, Hunter T. 2012. Retrotransposon LINE-1 is activated during salamander limb regeneration. Development, Growth, and Differentiation 54:673-685. 

Zhu W, Pao GM, Satoh A, Cummings G, Monaghan JR, Harkins TT, Bryant SV, Voss SR, Gardiner DM, Hunter T. 2012. Activation of germline-specific genes is required for limb regeneration in the Mexican axolotl. Developmental Biology 370:42-51.

Seifert, A.W., Monaghan, J.R., Voss, S.R., and Maden, M. 2012. Skin regeneration in adult axolotls: a blueprint for scar-free healing in vertebrates. PLoS ONE 7:e32875.

Huggins P, Johnson C, Schoergendorfer A, Putta S, Stromberg A, and Voss SR. 2012. Identification of thyroid hormone responsive genes from the brain of the Mexican axolotl (Ambystoma mexicanum).  Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part C: Pharmacology and Toxicology 155:128-135.

Voss, S.R., Kump, K.D., Putta, S., Pauly, N., Reynolds, A., Henry, R.J., Basa, S., Walker, J.A., and Smith, J.J. 2011. Origin of avian and amphibian chromosomes by fusion, fission, and retention of ancestral chromosomes. Genome Research 8:1306-1312.