Michael Ryan Hicks

Title(s)Assistant Professor, Physiology and Biophysics
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address1001 Health Sciences Road
Irvine CA 92697-3950
Phone(949) 824-5957
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    1. Publisher Correction: Regenerating human skeletal muscle forms an emerging niche in vivo to support PAX7 cells. Nat Cell Biol. 2024 Feb; 26(2):306. Hicks MR, Saleh KK, Clock B, Gibbs DE, Yang M, Younesi S, Gane L, Gutierrez-Garcia V, Xi H, Pyle AD. PMID: 38114737; PMCID: PMC10866700.
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    2. Regenerating human skeletal muscle forms an emerging niche in vivo to support PAX7 cells. Nat Cell Biol. 2023 Dec; 25(12):1758-1773. Hicks MR, Saleh KK, Clock B, Gibbs DE, Yang M, Younesi S, Gane L, Gutierrez-Garcia V, Xi H, Pyle AD. PMID: 37919520; PMCID: PMC10709143.
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    3. Nanoparticles systemically biodistribute to regenerating skeletal muscle in DMD. J Nanobiotechnology. 2023 Aug 29; 21(1):303. Hicks MR, Liu X, Young CS, Saleh K, Ji Y, Jiang J, Emami MR, Mokhonova E, Spencer MJ, Meng H, Pyle AD. PMID: 37641124; PMCID: PMC10463982.
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    4. SIX1+PAX3+ identify a progenitor for myogenic lineage commitment from hPSCs. Development. 2023 07 15; 150(14). Jaime OG, Arias J, Pavani S, Pyle AD, Hicks MR. PMID: 37366057; PMCID: PMC10357017.
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    5. Duchenne muscular dystrophy disease severity impacts skeletal muscle progenitor cells systemic delivery. Front Physiol. 2023; 14:1190524. Saleh KK, Switzler C, Hicks MR, Gane L, Gibbs DE, Pyle AD. PMID: 37228827; PMCID: PMC10203213.
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    6. Myoscaffolds reveal laminin scarring is detrimental for stem cell function while sarcospan induces compensatory fibrosis. NPJ Regen Med. 2023 Mar 15; 8(1):16. Stearns-Reider KM, Hicks MR, Hammond KG, Reynolds JC, Maity A, Kurmangaliyev YZ, Chin J, Stieg AZ, Geisse NA, Hohlbauch S, Kaemmer S, Schmitt LR, Pham TT, Yamauchi K, Novitch BG, Wollman R, Hansen KC, Pyle AD, Crosbie RH. PMID: 36922514; PMCID: PMC10017766.
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    7. Single cell sequencing maps skeletal muscle cellular diversity as disease severity increases in dystrophic mouse models. iScience. 2022 Nov 18; 25(11):105415. Saleh KK, Xi H, Switzler C, Skuratovsky E, Romero MA, Chien P, Gibbs D, Gane L, Hicks MR, Spencer MJ, Pyle AD. PMID: 36388984; PMCID: PMC9646951.
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    8. The emergence of the stem cell niche. Trends Cell Biol. 2023 02; 33(2):112-123. Hicks MR, Pyle AD. PMID: 35934562; PMCID: PMC9868094.
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    9. A customizable microfluidic platform for medium-throughput modeling of neuromuscular circuits. Biomaterials. 2019 12; 225:119537. Bellmann J, Goswami RY, Girardo S, Rein N, Hosseinzadeh Z, Hicks MR, Busskamp V, Pyle AD, Werner C, Sterneckert J. PMID: 31614290; PMCID: PMC7294901.
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    10. Building a Culture of Safety: Relearning Organizational Behavior. Int Anesthesiol Clin. 2019; 57(3):12-24. DeSocio PA, Garzon MP, Hicks MR. PMID: 31577234.
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    11. ERBB3 and NGFR mark a distinct skeletal muscle progenitor cell in human development and hPSCs. Nat Cell Biol. 2018 01; 20(1):46-57. Hicks MR, Hiserodt J, Paras K, Fujiwara W, Eskin A, Jan M, Xi H, Young CS, Evseenko D, Nelson SF, Spencer MJ, Handel BV, Pyle AD. PMID: 29255171; PMCID: PMC5962356.
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    12. A Single CRISPR-Cas9 Deletion Strategy that Targets the Majority of DMD Patients Restores Dystrophin Function in hiPSC-Derived Muscle Cells. Cell Stem Cell. 2016 Apr 07; 18(4):533-40. Young CS, Hicks MR, Ermolova NV, Nakano H, Jan M, Younesi S, Karumbayaram S, Kumagai-Cresse C, Wang D, Zack JA, Kohn DB, Nakano A, Nelson SF, Miceli MC, Spencer MJ, Pyle AD. PMID: 26877224; PMCID: PMC4826286.
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    13. Duration and magnitude of myofascial release in 3-dimensional bioengineered tendons: effects on wound healing. J Am Osteopath Assoc. 2015 Feb; 115(2):72-82. Cao TV, Hicks MR, Zein-Hammoud M, Standley PR. PMID: 25637613.
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    14. Biomechanical strain vehicles for fibroblast-directed skeletal myoblast differentiation and myotube functionality in a novel coculture. Am J Physiol Cell Physiol. 2014 Oct 15; 307(8):C671-83. Hicks MR, Cao TV, Standley PR. PMID: 25122874; PMCID: PMC4199998.
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    15. In vitro biomechanical strain regulation of fibroblast wound healing. J Am Osteopath Assoc. 2013 Nov; 113(11):806-18. Cao TV, Hicks MR, Standley PR. PMID: 24174502.
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    16. Dosed myofascial release in three-dimensional bioengineered tendons: effects on human fibroblast hyperplasia, hypertrophy, and cytokine secretion. J Manipulative Physiol Ther. 2013 Oct; 36(8):513-21. Cao TV, Hicks MR, Campbell D, Standley PR. PMID: 24047879.
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    17. Mechanical strain applied to human fibroblasts differentially regulates skeletal myoblast differentiation. J Appl Physiol (1985). 2012 Aug; 113(3):465-72. Hicks MR, Cao TV, Campbell DH, Standley PR. PMID: 22678963; PMCID: PMC3426169.
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    18. Cyclic strain upregulates VEGF and attenuates proliferation of vascular smooth muscle cells. Vasc Cell. 2011 Sep 19; 3:21. Schad JF, Meltzer KR, Hicks MR, Beutler DS, Cao TV, Standley PR. PMID: 21929819; PMCID: PMC3189867.
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