.*C Cheung, AS Bernardo, MW Trotter, RA Pedersen & S Sinha.
GJ Ng, AM Quek, C Cheung, TV Arumugam, RC Seet. Stroke biomarkers in clinical practice: A critical appraisal.
Generation of human vascular smooth muscle subtypes provides insight into embryological origin-dependent disease susceptibility.
Nature Biotechnology, 2012, 30 (2): 165-173. *Featured on cover page and expert commentary
#C Cheung, AS Bernardo, RA Pedersen & #S Sinha.
Directed differentiation of embryonic origin-specific vascular smooth muscle subtypes from human pluripotent stem cells.
Nature Protocols, 2014, 9: 929–938. #Senior and corresponding author
L Trigueros-M, JM González-G, C Cheung, P Fernández, F Sánchez-Cabo et al. Embryological-origin-dependent differences in homeobox expression in adult aorta: role in regional phenotypic variability and regulation of NF-κB activity.
Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology, 2013, 33:1248-56.
#C Cheung, YT Goh, J Zhang, C Wu, E Guccione. Modelling cerebrovascular pathophysiology in amyloid-β metabolism using neural crest-derived smooth muscle cells.
Cell Reports, 2014, 9(1):391-401. #Senior and corresponding author
BC Narmada, YT Goh, H Li, S Sinha, H Yu,
#C Cheung. Human stem cell-derived endothelial-hepatic platform for efficacy testing of vascular-protective metabolites from nutraceuticals.
Stem Cells Translational Medicine, 2016, doi: 10.5966/sctm.2016-0129. #Senior and corresponding author
Bargehr, L. Low, C. Cheung, W.G. Bernard, D. Iyer et al.
Embryological origin of human smooth muscle cells influences their ability to support vasculogenesis.
Stem Cells Reports, 2016 Jul; 5(7):946-59.
Neurochemistry International, 2017, doi:10.1016/j.neuint.2017.01.005.