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    1. Lopez-Sanchez, C; Garcia-Martinez, V; Schoenwolf, GC
      Localization of cells of the prospective neural plate, heart and somites within the primitive streak and epiblast of avian embryos at intermediate primitive-streak stages

      CELLS TISSUES ORGANS
    2. Ozerdem, U; Grako, KA; Dahlin-Huppe, K; Monosov, E; Stallcup, WB
      NG2 proteoglycan is expressed exclusively by mural cells during vascular morphogenesis

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    3. McCormick, KM
      TGF beta 2 activation status during cardiac morphogenesis

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    4. Davis, DL; Edwards, AV; Juraszek, AL; Phelps, A; Wessels, A; Burch, JBE
      A GATA-6 gene heart-region-specific enhancer provides a novel means to mark and probe a discrete component of the mouse cardiac conduction system

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    5. Kruzynska-Frejtag, A; Machnicki, M; Rogers, R; Markwald, RR; Conway, SJ
      Periostin (an osteoblast-specific factor) is expressed within the embryonic mouse heart during valve formation

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    6. Walters, MJ; Wayman, GA; Christian, JL
      Bone morphogenetic protein function is required for terminal differentiation of the heart but not for early expression of cardiac marker genes

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    7. Pentecost, JO; Sahn, DJ; Thornurg, BL; Gharib, M; Baptista, A; Thornburg, KL
      Graphical and stereolithographic models of the developing human heart lumen

      COMPUTERIZED MEDICAL IMAGING AND GRAPHICS
    8. Tzahor, E; Lassar, AB
      Wnt signals from the neural tube block ectopic cardiogenesis

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    9. Schneider, VA; Mercola, M
      Wnt antagonism initiates cardiogenesis in Xenopus laevis

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    10. Czyz, J; Wobus, AM
      Embryonic stem cell differentiation: The role of extracellular factors

      DIFFERENTIATION
    11. Farrell, MJ; Kirby, ML
      Cell biology of cardiac development

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF CYTOLOGY - A SURVEY OF CELL BIOLOGY, VOL. 202
    12. Yamagishi, H; Yamagishi, C; Nakagawa, O; Harvey, RP; Olson, EN; Srivastava, D
      The combinatorial activities of Nkx2.5 and dHAND are essential for cardiacventricle formation

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    13. Briegel, KJ; Joyner, AL
      Identification and characterization of Lbh, a novel conserved nuclear protein expressed during early limb and heart development

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    14. Nakajima, Y; Yoshimura, K; Nomura, M; Nakamura, H
      Expression of HNK1 epitope by the cardiomyocytes of the early embryonic chick: In situ and in vitro studies

      ANATOMICAL RECORD
    15. Gajewski, K; Choi, CY; Kim, Y; Schulz, RA
      Genetically distinct cardial cells within the Drosophila heart

      GENESIS
    16. Venkatesh, TV; Park, M; Ocorr, K; Nemaceck, J; Golden, K; Wemple, M; Bodmer, R
      Cardiac enhancer activity of the homeobox gene tinman depends on CREB consensus binding sites in Drosophila

      GENESIS
    17. Takeuchi, S; Takeda, K; Oishi, I; Nomi, M; Ikeya, M; Itoh, K; Tamura, S; Ueda, T; Hatta, T; Otani, H; Terashima, T; Takada, S; Yamamura, H; Akira, S; Minami, Y
      Mouse Ror2 receptor tyrosine kinase is required for the heart development and limb formation

      GENES TO CELLS
    18. Boyer, AS; Finch, WT; Runyan, RB
      Trichloroethylene inhibits development of embryonic heart valve precursorsin vitro

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    19. Schubert, M; Holland, LZ; Holland, ND
      Characterization of two amphioxus Wnt genes (AmphiWnt4 and AmphiWnt7b) with early expression in the developing central nervous system

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    20. Fougerousse, F; Anderson, LVB; Delezoide, AL; Suel, L; Durand, M; Beckmann, JS
      Calpain3 expression during human cardiogenesis

      NEUROMUSCULAR DISORDERS
    21. Epstein, JA; Li, J; Lang, D; Chen, F; Brown, CB; Jin, FZ; Li, MM; Thomas, M; Liu, ECJ; Wessels, A; Lo, CW
      Migration of cardiac neural crest cells in Splotch embryos

      DEVELOPMENT
    22. Lee, HH; Frasch, M
      Wingless effects mesoderm patterning and ectoderm segmentation events via induction of its downstream target sloppy paired

      DEVELOPMENT
    23. Reifers, F; Walsh, EC; Leger, S; Stainier, DYR; Brand, M
      Induction and differentiation of the zebrafish heart requires fibroblast growth factor 8 (fgf8/acerebellar)

      DEVELOPMENT
    24. Miquerol, L; Langille, BL; Nagy, A
      Embryonic development is disrupted by modest increases in vascular endothelial growth factor gene expression

      DEVELOPMENT
    25. Schreiber, KL; Calderone, A; Rindt, H
      Distant upstream regulatory domains direct high levels of beta-myosin heavy chain gene expression in differentiated embryonic stem cells

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR CARDIOLOGY
    26. Morali, OG; Jouneau, A; McLaughlin, KJ; Thiery, JP; Larue, L
      IGF-II promotes mesoderm formation

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    27. Lin, MI; Das, I; Schwartz, GM; Tsoulfas, P; Mikawa, T; Hempstead, BL
      Trk C receptor signaling regulates cardiac myocyte proliferation during early heart development in vivo

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    28. Shi, YQ; Katsev, S; Cai, C; Evans, S
      BMP signaling is required for heart formation in vertebrates

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    29. Christoffels, VM; Habets, PEMH; Franco, D; Campione, M; de Jong, F; Lamers, WH; Bao, ZZ; Palmer, S; Biben, C; Harvey, RP; Moorman, AFM
      Chamber formation and morphogenesis in the developing mammalian heart

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    30. Ghatpande, S; Ghatpande, A; Zile, M; Evans, T
      Anterior endoderm is sufficient to rescue foregut apoptosis and heart tubemorphogenesis in an embryo lacking retinoic acid

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    31. Arthur, HM; Ure, J; Smith, AJH; Renforth, G; Wilson, DI; Torsney, E; Charlton, R; Parums, DV; Jowett, T; Marchuk, DA; Burn, J; Diamond, AG
      Endoglin, an ancillary TGF beta receptor, is required for extraembryonic angiogenesis and plays a key role in heart development

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    32. Nakajima, Y; Yamagishi, T; Hokari, S; Nakamura, H
      Mechanisms involved in valvuloseptal endocardial cushion formation in early cardiogenesis: Roles of transforming growth factor (TGF)-beta and bone morphogenetic protein (BMP)

      ANATOMICAL RECORD
    33. Rohwedel, J; Guan, K; Wobus, AM
      Induction of cellular differentiation by retinoic acid in vitro

      CELLS TISSUES ORGANS
    34. Nakajima, Y; Yamagishi, T; Yoshimura, K; Nomura, M; Nakamura, H
      Antisense oligodeoxynucleotide complementary to smooth muscle alpha-actin inhibits endothelial-mesenchymal transformation during chick cardiogenesis

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    35. Xu, CH; Liguori, G; Persico, MG; Adamson, ED
      Abrogation of the Cripto gene in mouse leads to failure of postgastrulation morphogenesis and lack of differentiation of cardiomyocytes

      DEVELOPMENT
    36. Kuo, HC; Chen, J; Ruiz-Lozano, P; Zou, YM; Nemer, M; Chien, KR
      Control of segmental expression of the cardiac-restricted ankyrin repeat protein gene by distinct regulatory pathways in murine cardiogenesis

      DEVELOPMENT
    37. Su, MT; Fujioka, M; Goto, T; Bodmer, R
      The Drosophila homeobox genes zfh-1 and even-skipped are required for cardiac-specific differentiation of a numb-dependent lineage decision

      DEVELOPMENT
    38. Guan, K; Schmidt, MM; Ding, Q; Chang, H; Wobus, AM
      Embryonic stem cells in vitro - Prospects for cell and developmental biology, embryotoxicology and cell therapy

      ALTEX-ALTERNATIVEN ZU TIEREXPERIMENTEN
    39. Su, MT; Venkatesh, TV; Wu, XS; Golden, K; Bodmer, R
      The pioneer gene, apontic, is required for morphogenesis and function of the Drosophila heart

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    40. Guan, K; Rohwedel, J; Wobus, AM
      Embryonic stem cell differentiation models: cardiogenesis, myogenesis, neurogenesis, epithelial and vascular smooth muscle cell differentiation in vitro

      CYTOTECHNOLOGY
    41. Pentecost, JO; Icardo, J; Thornburg, KL
      3D Computer modeling of human cardiogenesis

      COMPUTERIZED MEDICAL IMAGING AND GRAPHICS
    42. Reiter, JF; Alexander, J; Rodaway, A; Yelon, D; Patient, R; Holder, N; Stainier, DYR
      Gata5 is required for the development of the heart and endoderm in zebrafish

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    43. Ghatpande, S; Goswami, S; Mascareno, E; Siddiqui, MAQ
      Signal transduction and transcriptional adaptation in embryonic heart development and during myocardial hypertrophy

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    44. Grunz, H
      Amphibian embryos as a model system for organ engineering: in vitro induction and rescue of the heart anlage

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    45. Zhu, XL; Sasse, J; Lough, J
      Evidence that FGF receptor signaling is necessary for endoderm-regulated development of precardiac mesoderm

      MECHANISMS OF AGEING AND DEVELOPMENT
    46. Xian, MW; Honbo, N; Zhang, JQ; Liew, CC; Karliner, JS; Lau, YFC
      The green fluorescent protein is an efficient biological marker for cardiac myocytes

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR CARDIOLOGY
    47. Waldo, K; Zdanowicz, M; Burch, J; Kumiski, DH; Stadt, HA; Godt, RE; Creazzo, TL; Kirby, ML
      A novel role for cardiac neural crest in heart development

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION
    48. Jiang, YM; Drysdale, TA; Evans, T
      A role for GATA-4/5/6 in the regulation of Nkx2.5 expression with implications for patterning of the precardiac field

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    49. Romano, LA; Runyan, RB
      Slug is a mediator of epithelial-mesenchymal cell transformation in the developing chicken heart

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    50. Boyer, AS; Ayerinskas, II; Vincent, EB; McKinney, LA; Weeks, DL; Runyan, RB
      TGF beta 2 and TGF beta 3 have separate and sequential activities during epithelial-mesenchymal cell transformation in the embryonic heart

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    51. Tamura, K; Yonei-Tamura, S; Belmonte, JCI
      Molecular basis of left-right asymmetry

      DEVELOPMENT GROWTH & DIFFERENTIATION
    52. ARRECHEDERA H; STRAUSS M; ARGUELLO C; ALVAREZ M
      MYOCARDIAL INTERATRIAL SEPTUM LOSES ITS EPITHELIAL ORGANIZATION BY MESENCHYMAL INFLUENCE - STRUCTURAL AND ULTRASTRUCTURAL-STUDY

      Journal of submicroscopic cytology and pathology
    53. SEARCY RD; YUTZEY KE
      ANALYSIS OF HOX GENE-EXPRESSION DURING EARLY AVIAN HEART DEVELOPMENT

      Developmental dynamics
    54. BARRON M; MCALLISTER D; SMITH SM; LOUGH J
      EXPRESSION OF RETINOL-BINDING PROTEIN AND TRANSTHYRETIN DURING EARLY EMBRYOGENESIS

      Developmental dynamics
    55. NAGASAWA T; TACHIBANA K; KISHIMOTO T
      A NOVEL CXC CHEMOKINE PBSF SDF-1 AND ITS RECEPTOR CXCR4 - THEIR FUNCTIONS IN DEVELOPMENT, HEMATOPOIESIS AND HIV-INFECTION/

      Seminars in immunology
    56. WATANABE M; CHOUDHRY A; BERLAN M; SINGAL A; SIWIK E; MOHR S; FISHER SA
      DEVELOPMENTAL REMODELING AND SHORTENING OF THE CARDIAC OUTFLOW TRACT INVOLVES MYOCYTE PROGRAMMED CELL-DEATH

      Development
    57. RANGANAYAKULU G; ELLIOTT DA; HARVEY RP; OLSON EN
      DIVERGENT ROLES FOR NK-2 CLASS HOMEOBOX GENES IN CARDIOGENESIS IN FLIES AND MICE

      Development
    58. CHEN J; KUBALAK SW; CHIEN KR
      VENTRICULAR MUSCLE-RESTRICTED TARGETING OF THE RXR-ALPHA GENE REVEALSA NON-CELL-AUTONOMOUS REQUIREMENT IN CARDIAC CHAMBER MORPHOGENESIS

      Development
    59. TRAN CM; SUCOV HM
      THE RXR-ALPHA GENE FUNCTIONS IN A NON-CELL-AUTONOMOUS MANNER DURING MOUSE CARDIAC MORPHOGENESIS

      Development
    60. Lakkis, MM; Epstein, JA
      Neurofibromin modulation of ras activity is required for normal endocardial-mesenchymal transformation in the developing heart

      DEVELOPMENT
    61. Carmena, A; Gisselbrecht, S; Harrison, J; Jimenez, F; Michelson, AM
      Combinatorial signaling codes for the progressive determination of cell fates in the Drosophila embryonic mesoderm

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    62. JABER M; GIROS B
      G-PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTOR KINASES, BETA- ADRENERGIC-RECEPTOR DESENSITIZATION AND THE HEART

      MS. Medecine sciences
    63. LOUBET F; FISZMAN MY
      EMBRYONIC STEM-CELL - A CELLULAR-MODEL TO STUDY NORMAL AND PATHOLOGICAL CARDIAC DIFFERENTIATION

      MS. Medecine sciences
    64. BODMER R; VENKATESH TV
      HEART DEVELOPMENT IN DROSOPHILA AND VERTEBRATES - CONSERVATION OF MOLECULAR MECHANISMS

      Developmental genetics
    65. PARK M; VENKATESH TV; BODMER R
      DUAL ROLE FOR THE ZESTE-WHITE3 SHAGGY-ENCODED KINASE IN MESODERM AND HEART DEVELOPMENT OF DROSOPHILA/

      Developmental genetics
    66. MICHELSON AM; GISSELBRECHT S; ZHOU Y; BAEK KH; BUFF EM
      DUAL FUNCTIONS OF THE HEARTLESS FIBROBLAST GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTOR IN DEVELOPMENT OF THE DROSOPHILA EMBRYONIC MESODERM

      Developmental genetics
    67. DUROCHER D; NEMER M
      COMBINATORIAL INTERACTIONS REGULATING CARDIAC TRANSCRIPTION

      Developmental genetics
    68. SUCOV HM
      MOLECULAR INSIGHTS INTO CARDIAC DEVELOPMENT

      Annual review of physiology
    69. WATKINS BP; BOLENDER DL; LOUGH J; KOLESARI GL
      TERATOGENIC EFFECTS OF IMPLANTING FIBROBLAST GROWTH FACTOR-2-SOAKED BEADS IN THE CARDIAC REGION OF THE STAGE 24 CHICK-EMBRYO

      Teratology
    70. GOLDSTEIN AM; FISHMAN MC
      NOTOCHORD REGULATES CARDIAC LINEAGE IN ZEBRAFISH EMBRYOS

      Developmental biology (Print)
    71. NAKAJIMA Y; YAMAGISHI T; NAKAMURA H; MARKWALD RR; KRUG EL
      AN AUTOCRINE FUNCTION FOR TRANSFORMING-GROWTH-FACTOR (TGF)-BETA-3 IN THE TRANSFORMATION OF ATRIOVENTRICULAR-CANAL ENDOCARDIUM INTO MESENCHYME DURING CHICK HEART DEVELOPMENT

      Developmental biology
    72. RUST EM; WESTFALL MV; SAMUELSON LC; METZGER JM
      GENE-TRANSFER INTO MOUSE EMBRYONIC STEM CELL-DERIVED CARDIAC MYOCYTESMEDIATED BY RECOMBINANT ADENOVIRUS

      In vitro cellular & developmental biology. Animal
    73. ARAI A; YAMAMOTO K; TOYAMA J
      MURINE CARDIAC PROGENITOR CELLS REQUIRE VISCERAL EMBRYONIC ENDODERM AND PRIMITIVE STREAK FOR TERMINAL DIFFERENTIATION

      Developmental dynamics
    74. NAKAJIMA Y; MIRONOV V; YAMAGISHI T; NAKAMURA H; MARKWALD RR
      EXPRESSION OF SMOOTH-MUSCLE ALPHA-ACTIN IN MESENCHYMAL CELLS DURING FORMATION OF AVIAN ENDOCARDIAL CUSHION TISSUE - A ROLE FOR TRANSFORMING-GROWTH-FACTOR BETA-3

      Developmental dynamics
    75. FISHER SA; SIWIK E; BRANELLEC D; WALSH K; WATANABE M
      FORCED EXPRESSION OF THE HOMEODOMAIN PROTEIN GAX INHIBITS CARDIOMYOCYTE PROLIFERATION AND PERTURBS HEART MORPHOGENESIS

      Development
    76. JAGLA K; FRASCH M; JAGLA T; DRETZEN G; BELLARD F; BELLARD M
      LADYBIRD, A NEW COMPONENT OF THE CARDIOGENIC PATHWAY IN DROSOPHILA REQUIRED FOR DIVERSIFICATION OF HEART PRECURSORS

      Development
    77. WESTFALL MV; PASYK KA; YULE DI; SAMUELSON LC; METZGER JM
      ULTRASTRUCTURE AND CELL-CELL COUPLING OF CARDIAC MYOCYTES DIFFERENTIATING IN EMBRYONIC STEM-CELL CULTURES

      Cell motility and the cytoskeleton
    78. DUROCHER D; CHARRON F; SCHWARTZ RJ; WARREN R; NEMER M
      THE CARDIAC TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS NKX2-5 AND GATA-4 ARE MUTUAL COFACTORS

      EMBO journal
    79. GOTSHALL KR; HUNTER JJ; TANAKA N; DALTON N; BECKER KD; ROSS J; CHIEN KR
      RAS-DEPENDENT PATHWAYS INDUCE OBSTRUCTIVE HYPERTROPHY IN ECHO-SELECTED TRANSGENIC MICE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    80. DELACRUZ MV; CASTILLO MM; VILLAVICENCIO L; VALENCIA A; MORENORODRIGUEZ RA
      PRIMITIVE INTERVENTRICULAR SEPTUM, ITS PRIMORDIUM, AND ITS CONTRIBUTION IN THE DEFINITIVE INTERVENTRICULAR SEPTUM - IN-VIVO LABELING STUDY IN THE CHICK-EMBRYO HEART

      The Anatomical record
    81. DOEVENDANS PA; VANBILSEN M
      TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS AND THE CARDIAC GENE PROGRAM

      International journal of biochemistry & cell biology
    82. ZHU XL; SASSE J; MCALLISTER D; LOUGH J
      EVIDENCE THAT FIBROBLAST GROWTH-FACTOR-1 AND GROWTH-FACTOR-4 PARTICIPATE IN REGULATION OF CARDIOGENESIS

      Developmental dynamics
    83. ZHU XL; LOUGH J
      EXPRESSION OF ALTERNATIVELY SPLICED AND CANONICAL BASIC FIBROBLAST GROWTH-FACTOR MESSENGER-RNAS IN THE EARLY EMBRYO AND DEVELOPING HEART

      Developmental dynamics
    84. WESTFALL MV; SAMUELSON LC; METZGER JM
      TROPONIN-I ISOFORM EXPRESSION IS DEVELOPMENTALLY-REGULATED IN DIFFERENTIATING EMBRYONIC STEM CELL-DERIVED CARDIAC MYOCYTES

      Developmental dynamics
    85. ROSS RS; NAVANKASATTUSAS S; HARVEY RP; CHIEN KR
      AN HF-1A HF-1B/MEF-2 COMBINATORIAL ELEMENT CONFERS CARDIAC VENTRICULAR SPECIFICITY AND ESTABLISHES AN ANTERIOR-POSTERIOR GRADIENT OF EXPRESSION/

      Development
    86. SHENG ZL; PENNICA D; WOOD WI; CHIEN KR
      CARDIOTROPHIN-1 DISPLAYS EARLY EXPRESSION IN THE MURINE HEART TUBE AND PROMOTES CARDIAC MYOCYTE SURVIVAL

      Development
    87. TICHO BS; STAINIER DYR; FISHMAN MC; BREITBART RE
      3 ZEBRAFISH MEF2 GENES DELINEATE SOMITIC AND CARDIAC-MUSCLE DEVELOPMENT IN WILD-TYPE AND MUTANT EMBRYOS

      Mechanisms of development
    88. HABARAOHKUBO A
      DIFFERENTIATION OF BEATING CARDIAC-MUSCLE-CELLS FROM A DERIVATIVE OF P19 EMBRYONAL CARCINOMA-CELLS

      Cell structure and function
    89. MANNER J; SEIDL W; STEDING G
      EXPERIMENTAL-STUDY ON THE SIGNIFICANCE OF ABNORMAL CARDIAC LOOPING FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF CARDIOVASCULAR ANOMALIES IN NEURAL CREST-ABLATED CHICK-EMBRYOS

      Anatomy and embryology
    90. ARIIZUMI T; KOMAZAKI S; ASASHIMA M; MALACINSKI GM
      ACTIVIN TREATED URODELE ECTODERM - A MODEL EXPERIMENTAL SYSTEM FOR CARDIOGENESIS

      The International journal of developmental biology
    91. CHEN CY; CROISSANT J; MAJESKY M; TOPOUZIS S; MCQUINN T; FRANKOVSKY MJ; SCHWARTZ RJ
      ACTIVATION OF THE CARDIAC ALPHA-ACTIN PROMOTER DEPENDS UPON SERUM RESPONSE FACTOR, TINMAN HOMOLOG, NKX-2.5, AND INTACT SERUM RESPONSE ELEMENTS

      Developmental genetics
    92. NAGASAWA T; NAKAJIMA T; TACHIBANA K; IIZASA H; BLEUL CC; YOSHIE O; MATSUSHIMA K; YOSHIDA N; SPRINGER TA; KISHIMOTO T
      MOLECULAR-CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A MURINE PRE-B-CELL GROWTH-STIMULATING FACTOR STROMAL CELL-DERIVED FACTOR-1 RECEPTOR, A MURINE HOMOLOG OF THE HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS-1 ENTRY CORECEPTOR FUSIN

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    93. MABLY JD; LIEW CC
      FACTORS INVOLVED IN CARDIOGENESIS AND THE REGULATION OF CARDIAC-SPECIFIC GENE-EXPRESSION

      Circulation research
    94. RAPPOLEE DA; IYER A; PATEL Y
      HEPATOCYTE GROWTH-FACTOR AND ITS RECEPTOR ARE EXPRESSED IN CARDIAC MYOCYTES DURING EARLY CARDIOGENESIS

      Circulation research
    95. DELORME B; DAHL E; JARRYGUICHARD T; MARICS I; BRIAND JP; WILLECKE K; GROS D; THEVENIAURUSSY M
      DEVELOPMENTAL REGULATION OF CONNEXIN40 GENE-EXPRESSION IN MOUSE HEARTCORRELATES WITH THE DIFFERENTIATION OF THE CONDUCTION SYSTEM

      Developmental dynamics
    96. SUGI Y; SASSE J; BARRON M; LOUGH J
      DEVELOPMENTAL EXPRESSION OF FIBROBLAST GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTOR-1 (CEK-1-FLG) DURING HEART DEVELOPMENT

      Developmental dynamics
    97. FILOGAMO G; PEIRONE S
      ONTOGENY OF THE STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS OF THE HEART

      Cardioscience
    98. KWEE L; BALDWIN HS; SHEN HM; STEWART CL; BUCK C; BUCK CA; LABOW MA
      DEFECTIVE DEVELOPMENT OF THE EMBRYONIC AND EXTRAEMBRYONIC CIRCULATORYSYSTEMS IN VASCULAR CELL-ADHESION MOLECULE (VCAM-1) DEFICIENT MICE

      Development
    99. MANGIACAPRA FJ; FRANSEN ME; LEMANSKI LF
      ACTIVIN-A AND TRANSFORMING GROWTH-FACTOR-BETA STIMULATE HEART FORMATION IN AXOLOTLS BUT DO NOT RESCUE CARDIAC LETHAL MUTANTS

      Cell and tissue research
    100. SMITH SM
      RETINOIC ACID RECEPTOR ISOFORM BETA-2 IS AN EARLY MARKER FOR ALIMENTARY-TRACT AND CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM POSITIONAL SPECIFICATION IN THE CHICKEN

      Developmental dynamics


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