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    1. Manner, J; Perez-Pomares, JM; Macias, D; Munoz-Chapuli, R
      The origin, formation and developmental significance of the epicardium: A review

      CELLS TISSUES ORGANS
    2. Franco, D; Kelly, R; Moorman, AFM; Lamers, WH; Buckingham, M; Brown, NA
      MLC3F transgene expression in iv mutant mice reveals the importance of left-right signalling pathways for the acquisition of left and right atrial but not ventricular compartment identity

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    3. Niederreither, K; Vermot, J; Messaddeq, N; Schuhbaur, B; Chambon, P; Dolle, P
      Embryonic retinoic acid synthesis is essential for heart morphogenesis in the mouse

      DEVELOPMENT
    4. Cavodeassi, F; Modolell, J; Gomez-Skarmeta, JL
      The Iroquois family of genes: from body building to neural patterning

      DEVELOPMENT
    5. Garriock, RJ; Vokes, SA; Small, EM; Larson, R; Krieg, PA
      Developmental expression of the Xenopus iroquois-family homeobox genes, Irx4 and Irx5

      DEVELOPMENT GENES AND EVOLUTION
    6. Abdelwahid, E; Eriksson, M; Pelliniemi, LJ; Jokinen, E
      Heat shock proteins, HSP25 and HSP70, and apoptosis in developing endocardial cushion of the mouse heart

      HISTOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY
    7. Westfall, MV; Turner, II; Albayya, FP; Metzger, JM
      Troponin I chimera analysis of the cardiac myofilament tension response toprotein kinase A

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    8. Ranganath, S; Murphy, KM
      Structure and specificity of GATA proteins in Th2 development

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    9. Kulkarni, AA; Abul-Hamd, AT; Rai, R; El Berry, H; Cooper, TG
      Gln3p nuclear localization and interaction with Ure2p in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    10. Nakamura, M; Nishida, W; Mori, S; Hiwada, K; Hayashi, K; Sobue, K
      Transcriptional activation of beta-tropomyosin mediated by serum response factor and a novel barx homologue, Barx1b, in smooth muscle cells

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    11. Takebayashi-Suzuki, K; Pauliks, LB; Eltsefon, Y; Mikawa, T
      Purkinje fibers of the avian heart express a myogenic transcription factorprogram distinct from cardiac and skeletal muscle

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    12. Morabito, CJ; Dettman, RW; Kattan, J; Collier, JM; Bristow, J
      Positive and negative regulation of epicardial-mesenchymal transformation during avian heart development

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    13. Campione, M; Ros, MA; Icardo, JM; Piedra, E; Christoffels, VM; Schweickert, A; Blum, M; Franco, D; Moorman, AFM
      Pitx2 expression defines a left cardiac lineage of cells: Evidence for atrial and ventricular molecular isomerism in the iv/iv mice

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    14. Kong, YF; Shelton, JM; Rothermel, B; Li, XQ; Richardson, JA; Bassel-Duby, R; Williams, RS
      Cardiac-specific LIM protein FHL2 modifies the hypertrophic response to beta-adrenergic stimulation

      CIRCULATION
    15. Chow, LTC; Chow, SSM; Anderson, RH; Gosling, JA
      Autonomic innervation of the human cardiac conduction system: Changes frominfancy to senility - An immunohistochemical and histochemical analysis

      ANATOMICAL RECORD
    16. Pereira, JAAS; Greaser, M; Moss, RL
      Pulse electrophoresis of muscle myosin heavy chains in sodium dodecyl sulfate-polyacrylamide gels

      ANALYTICAL BIOCHEMISTRY
    17. Munoz-Chapuli, R; Perez-Pomares, JA; Macias, D; Garcia-Garrido, L; Carmona, R; Gonzalez-Iriarte, M
      The epicardium as a source of mesenchyme for the developing heart

      ADVANCES IN MICROANATOMY OF CELLS AND TISSUES, BIOPHYSICAL AND BIOCHEMICALCORRELATES
    18. Zhao, ZY; Rivkees, SA
      Programmed cell death in the developing heart: Regulation by BMP4 and FGF2

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    19. Machida, S; Matsuoka, R; Noda, S; Hiratsuka, E; Takagaki, Y; Oana, S; Furutani, Y; Nakajima, H; Takao, A; Momma, K
      Evidence for the expression of neonatal skeletal myosin heavy chain in primary myocardium and cardiac conduction tissue in the developing chick heart

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    20. Remy, P; Baltzinger, M
      The Ets-transcription factor family in embryonic development: lessons fromthe amphibian and bird

      ONCOGENE
    21. Shoba, T; Tay, SSW
      Nitrergic and peptidergic innervation in the developing rat heart

      ANATOMY AND EMBRYOLOGY
    22. Machida, S; Noda, S; Furutani, Y; Takao, A; Momma, K; Matsuoka, R
      Complete sequence and characterization of chick ventricular myosin heavy chain in the developing atria

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-GENE STRUCTURE AND EXPRESSION
    23. Zeiders, JL; Seidler, FJ; Slotkin, TA
      Ontogeny of G-protein expression: control by beta-adrenoceptors

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    24. Bhavsar, PK; Dellow, KA; Yacoub, MH; Brand, NJ; Barton, PJR
      Identification of cis-acting DNA elements required for expression of the human cardiac troponin I gene promoter

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR CARDIOLOGY
    25. Kamitani, H; Kameda, H; Kelavkar, UP; Eling, TE
      A GATA binding site is involved in the regulation of 15-lipoxygenase-1 expression in human colorectal carcinoma cell line, Caco-2

      FEBS LETTERS
    26. Funke-Kaiser, H; Bolbrinker, J; Theis, S; Lemmer, J; Richter, CM; Paul, M; Orzechowski, HD
      Characterization of the c-specific promoter of the gene encoding human endothelin-converting enzyme-1 (ECE-1)

      FEBS LETTERS
    27. Hornberger, LK; Singhroy, S; Cavalle-Garrido, T; Tsang, W; Keeley, F; Rabinovitch, M
      Synthesis of extracellular matrix and adhesion through beta(1) integrins are critical for fetal ventricular myocyte proliferation

      CIRCULATION RESEARCH
    28. Kirby, ML
      Whither complexity in myocardial development?

      CIRCULATION RESEARCH
    29. Kappel, A; Schlaeger, TM; Flamme, I; Orkin, SH; Risau, W; Breier, G
      Role of SCL/Tal-1, GATA, and Ets transcription factor binding sites for the regulation of Flk-1 expression during murine vascular development

      BLOOD
    30. Morimoto, S; Goto, T
      Role of troponin I isoform switching in determining the pH sensitivity of Ca2+ regulation in developing rabbit cardiac muscle

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    31. Rodaway, A; Takeda, H; Koshida, S; Broadbent, J; Price, B; Smith, JC; Patient, R; Holder, N
      Induction of the mesendoderm in the zebrafish germ ring by yolk cell-derived TGF-beta family signals and discrimination of mesoderm and endoderm by FGF

      DEVELOPMENT
    32. Nemer, G; Qureshi, ST; Malo, D; Nemer, M
      Functional analysis and chromosomal mapping of Gata5, a gene encoding a zinc finger DNA-binding protein

      MAMMALIAN GENOME
    33. Pearson, TA
      Cardiovascular disease in developing countries: Myths, realities, and opportunities

      CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS AND THERAPY
    34. Barton, PJR; Cullen, ME; Townsend, PJ; Brand, NJ; Mullen, AJ; Norman, DAM; Bhavsar, PK; Yacoub, MH
      Close physical linkage of human troponin genes: Organization, sequence, and expression of the locus encoding cardiac troponin I acid slow skeletal troponin T

      GENOMICS
    35. Kakita, T; Hasegawa, K; Morimoto, T; Kaburagi, S; Wada, H; Sasayama, S
      p300 protein as a coactivator of GATA-5 in the transcription of cardiac-restricted atrial natriuretic factor gene

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    36. Sinclair, AM; Gottgens, B; Barton, LM; Stanley, ML; Pardanaud, L; Klaine, M; Gering, M; Bahn, S; Sanchez, MJ; Bench, AJ; Fordham, JL; Bockamp, EO; Green, AR
      Distinct 5 ' SCL enhancers direct transcription to developing brain, spinal cord, and endothelium: Neural expression is mediated by GATA factor binding sites

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    37. Rybin, VO; Xu, XH; Steinberg, SF
      Activated protein kinase C isoforms target to cardiomyocyte caveolae - Stimulation of local protein phosphorylation

      CIRCULATION RESEARCH
    38. Kupershmidt, S; Yang, T; Anderson, ME; Wessels, A; Niswender, KD; Magnuson, MA; Roden, DM
      Replacement by homologous recombination of the minK gene with lacZ revealsrestriction of minK expression to the mouse cardiac conduction system

      CIRCULATION RESEARCH
    39. Han, YS; Wang, J; Fischman, DA; Biller, HF; Sanders, I
      Slow tonic muscle fibers in the thyroarytenoid muscles of human vocal folds; A possible specialization for speech

      ANATOMICAL RECORD
    40. HATZOPOULOS AK; FOLKMAN J; VASILE E; EISELEN GK; ROSENBERG RD
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF ENDOTHELIAL PROGENITOR CELLS FROM MOUSE EMBRYOS

      Development
    41. HARFE BD; FIRE A
      MUSCLE AND NERVE-SPECIFIC REGULATION OF A NOVEL NK-2 CLASS HOMEODOMAIN FACTOR IN CAENORHABDITIS-ELEGANS

      Development
    42. Sykes, TG; Rodaway, ARF; Walmsley, ME; Patient, RK
      Suppression of GATA factor activity causes axis duplication in Xenopus

      DEVELOPMENT
    43. MCCONNELL BK; MORAVEC CS; BOND M
      TROPONIN-I PHOSPHORYLATION AND MYOFILAMENT CALCIUM SENSITIVITY DURINGDECOMPENSATED CARDIAC-HYPERTROPHY

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    44. LEE Y; SHIOI T; KASAHARA H; JOBE SM; WIESE RJ; MARKHAM BE; IZUMO S
      THE CARDIAC TISSUE-RESTRICTED HOMEOBOX PROTEIN CSX NKX2.5 PHYSICALLY ASSOCIATES WITH THE ZINC-FINGER PROTEIN GATA4 AND COOPERATIVELY ACTIVATES ATRIAL-NATRIURETIC-FACTOR GENE-EXPRESSION/

      Molecular and cellular biology
    45. SEPULVEDA JL; BELAGULI N; NIGAM V; CHEN CY; NEMER M; SCHWARTZ RJ
      GATA-4 AND NKX-2.5 COACTIVATE NKX-2 DNA-BINDING TARGETS - ROLE FOR REGULATING EARLY CARDIAC GENE-EXPRESSION

      Molecular and cellular biology
    46. GAO XP; SEDGWICK T; SHI YB; EVANS T
      DISTINCT FUNCTIONS ARE IMPLICATED FOR THE GATA-4, GATA-5, AND GATA-6 TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS IN THE REGULATION OF INTESTINE EPITHELIAL-CELL DIFFERENTIATION

      Molecular and cellular biology
    47. Zhou, YH; Lim, KC; Onodera, K; Takahashi, S; Ohta, J; Minegishi, N; Tsai, FY; Orkin, SH; Yamamoto, M; Engel, JD
      Rescue of the embryonic lethal hematopoietic defect reveals a critical role for GATA-2 in urogenital development

      EMBO JOURNAL
    48. Oana, S; Machida, S; Hiratsuka, E; Furutani, Y; Momma, K; Takao, A; Matsuoka, R
      The complete sequence and expression patterns of the atrial myosin heavy chain in the developing chick

      BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    49. JIANG YM; TARZAMI S; BURCH JBE; EVANS T
      COMMON ROLE FOR EACH OF THE CGATA-4 5/6 GENES IN THE REGULATION OF CARDIAC MORPHOGENESIS/

      Developmental genetics
    50. ALEXANDER J; STAINIER DYR; YELON D
      SCREENING MOSAIC F1 FEMALES FOR MUTATIONS AFFECTING ZEBRAFISH HEART INDUCTION AND PATTERNING

      Developmental genetics
    51. CREAZZO TL; GODT RE; LEATHERBURY L; CONWAY SJ; KIRBY ML
      ROLE OF CARDIAC NEURAL CREST CELLS IN CARDIOVASCULAR DEVELOPMENT

      Annual review of physiology
    52. Dimaline, R; Baxendale, AJ
      Control of histidine decarboxylase gene expression in enterochromaffin-like cells

      YALE JOURNAL OF BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE
    53. MEAD PE; ZHOU Y; LUSTIG KD; HUBER TL; KIRSCHNER MW; ZON LI
      CLONING OF MIX-RELATED HOMEODOMAIN PROTEINS USING FAST RETRIEVAL OF GEL SHIFT ACTIVITIES, (FROGS), A TECHNIQUE FOR THE ISOLATION OF DNA-BINDING PROTEINS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    54. ROSOFF ML; NATHANSON NM
      GATA FACTOR-DEPENDENT REGULATION OF CARDIAC M2 MUSCARINIC ACETYLCHOLINE GENE-TRANSCRIPTION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    55. CHOW LTC; CHOW WH; LEE JCK; CHOW SSM; ANDERSON RH; GOSLING JA
      POSTMORTEM CHANGES IN THE IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL DEMONSTRATION OF NERVESIN HUMAN VENTRICULAR MYOCARDIUM

      Journal of Anatomy
    56. MOORMAN AFM; DEJONG F; DENYN MMFJ; LAMERS WH
      DEVELOPMENT OF THE CARDIAC CONDUCTION SYSTEM

      Circulation research
    57. KOBAN MU; MOORMAN AFM; HOLTZ J; YACOUB MH; BOHELER KR
      EXPRESSIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE CARDIAC NA-CA EXCHANGER IN RAT DEVELOPMENT AND SENESCENCE

      Cardiovascular Research
    58. CHUCK ET; WATANABE M
      DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF PSA-NCAM AND HNK-1 EPITOPES IN THE DEVELOPING CARDIAC CONDUCTION SYSTEM OF THE CHICK

      Developmental dynamics
    59. EVANS T
      REGULATION OF CARDIAC GENE-EXPRESSION BY GATA-4 5/6/

      Trends in cardiovascular medicine
    60. DEJONG F; VIRAGH S; MOORMAN AFM
      CARDIAC DEVELOPMENT - A MORPHOLOGICALLY INTEGRATED MOLECULAR APPROACH

      Cardiology in the young
    61. NARITA N; BIELINSKA M; WILSON DB
      CARDIOMYOCYTE DIFFERENTIATION BY GATA-4-DEFICIENT EMBRYONIC STEM-CELLS

      Development
    62. GREPIN C; NEMER G; NEMER M
      ENHANCED CARDIOGENESIS IN EMBRYONIC STEM-CELLS OVEREXPRESSING THE GATA-4 TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR

      Development
    63. SCHULTHEISS TM; BURCH JBE; LASSAR AB
      A ROLE FOR BONE MORPHOGENETIC PROTEINS IN THE INDUCTION OF CARDIAC MYOGENESIS

      Genes & development
    64. MURPHY AM; THOMPSON WR; PENG LF; JONES L
      REGULATION OF THE RAT CARDIAC TROPONIN-I GENE BY THE TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR GATA-4

      Biochemical journal
    65. DUROCHER D; CHARRON F; SCHWARTZ RJ; WARREN R; NEMER M
      THE CARDIAC TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS NKX2-5 AND GATA-4 ARE MUTUAL COFACTORS

      EMBO journal
    66. PEDONE PV; OMICHINSKI JG; NONY P; TRAINOR C; GRONENBORN AM; CLORE GM; FELSENFELD G
      THE N-TERMINAL FINGERS OF CHICKEN GATA-2 AND GATA-3 ARE INDEPENDENT SEQUENCE-SPECIFIC DNA-BINDING DOMAINS

      EMBO journal
    67. SCHULTHEISS TM; LASSAR AB
      INDUCTION OF CHICK CARDIAC MYOGENESIS BY BONE MORPHOGENETIC PROTEINS

      Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology
    68. QIN WN; KHUCHUA Z; KLEIN SC; STRAUSS AW
      ELEMENTS REGULATING CARDIOMYOCYTE EXPRESSION OF THE HUMAN SARCOMERIC MITOCHONDRIAL CREATINE-KINASE GENE IN TRANSGENIC MICE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    69. JEYASEELAN R; POIZAT C; BAKER RK; ABDISHOO S; ISTERABADI LB; LYONS GE; KEDES L
      A NOVEL CARDIAC-RESTRICTED TARGET FOR DOXORUBICIN - CARP, A NUCLEAR MODULATOR OF GENE-EXPRESSION IN CARDIAC PROGENITOR CELLS AND CARDIOMYOCYTES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    70. MACNEILL C; AYRES B; LAVERRIERE AC; BURCH JBE
      TRANSCRIPTS FOR FUNCTIONALLY DISTINCT ISOFORMS OF CHICKEN GATA-5 ARE DIFFERENTIALLY EXPRESSED FROM ALTERNATIVE FIRST EXONS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    71. MORRISEY EE; IP HS; TANG ZH; PARMACEK MS
      GATA-4 ACTIVATES TRANSCRIPTION VIA 2 NOVEL DOMAINS THAT ARE CONSERVEDWITHIN THE GATA-4 5/6 SUBFAMILY/

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    72. NISHI T; KUBO K; HASEBE M; MAEDA M; FUTAI M
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION OF H+ K+-ATPASE GENES BY GASTRIC GATA BINDING-PROTEINS/

      Journal of Biochemistry
    73. DIMALINE R; CAMPBELL BJ; WATSON F; SANDVIK AK; STRUTHERS J; NOBLE PJ
      REGULATED EXPRESSION OF GATA-6 TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR IN GASTRIC ENDOCRINE-CELLS

      Gastroenterology
    74. YOSHIDA T; SATO R; MAHMOOD S; KAWASAKI S; FUTAI M; MAEDA M
      GATA-6 DNA-BINDING PROTEIN EXPRESSED IN HUMAN GASTRIC ADENOCARCINOMA MKN45 CELLS

      FEBS letters
    75. LIEUW KH; LI GL; ZHOU YH; GROSVELD F; ENGEL JD
      TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL CONTROL OF MURINE GATA-3 TRANSCRIPTION BY PROMOTER-PROXIMAL REGULATORY ELEMENTS

      Developmental biology
    76. WEI Y; BADER D; LITVIN J
      IDENTIFICATION OF A NOVEL CARDIAC-SPECIFIC TRANSCRIPT CRITICAL FOR CARDIAC MYOCYTE DIFFERENTIATION

      Development
    77. REHORN KP; THELEN H; MICHELSON AM; REUTER R
      A MOLECULAR ASPECT OF HEMATOPOIESIS AND ENDODERM DEVELOPMENT COMMON TO VERTEBRATES AND DROSOPHILA

      Development
    78. 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
    79. DAVIS DL; BURCH JBE
      THE CHICKEN VITELLOGENIN-II GENE IS FLANKED BY A GATA FACTOR-DEPENDENT ESTROGEN RESPONSE UNIT

      Molecular endocrinology
    80. SUZUKI E; EVANS T; LOWRY J; TRUONG L; BELL DW; TESTA JR; WALSH K
      THE HUMAN GATA-6 GENE - STRUCTURE, CHROMOSOMAL LOCATION, AND REGULATION OF EXPRESSION BY TISSUE-SPECIFIC AND MITOGEN-RESPONSIVE SIGNALS

      Genomics
    81. BARTEL S; KARCZEWSKI P; KRAUSE EG
      G-PROTEINS, ADENYLYL-CYCLASE AND RELATED PHOSPHOPROTEINS IN THE DEVELOPING RAT-HEART

      Molecular and cellular biochemistry
    82. KITSIS RN; SCHEUER J
      FUNCTIONAL-SIGNIFICANCE OF ALTERATIONS IN CARDIAC CONTRACTILE PROTEINISOFORMS

      Clinical cardiology
    83. MAHONY L
      CALCIUM HOMEOSTASIS AND CONTROL OF CONTRACTILITY IN THE DEVELOPING HEART

      Seminars in perinatology
    84. KOSAKI K; MENDOZA A; JONES KL
      CERVICAL FLEXION - ITS CONTRIBUTION TO NORMAL AND ABNORMAL CARDIAC MORPHOGENESIS

      Teratology
    85. BONNET V; LEOTY C
      EFFECTS OF CAFFEINE AND CYCLOPIAZONIC ACID ON CONTRACTILE PROTEINS OFADULT AND NEWBORN FERRET CARDIAC FIBERS

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    86. METZ LD; SEIDLER FJ; MCCOOK EC; SLOTKIN TA
      CARDIAC ALPHA-ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR EXPRESSION IS REGULATED BY THYROID-HORMONE DURING A CRITICAL DEVELOPMENTAL PERIOD

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    87. MORRISEY EE; IP HS; LU MM; PARMACEK MS
      GATA-6 - A ZINC-FINGER TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR THAT IS EXPRESSED IN MULTIPLE CELL LINEAGES DERIVED FROM LATERAL MESODERM

      Developmental biology
    88. JIANG YM; EVANS T
      THE XENOPUS GATA-4 5/6 GENES ARE ASSOCIATED WITH CARDIAC SPECIFICATION AND CAN REGULATE CARDIAC-SPECIFIC TRANSCRIPTION DURING EMBRYOGENESIS/

      Developmental biology
    89. MABLY JD; LIEW CC
      FACTORS INVOLVED IN CARDIOGENESIS AND THE REGULATION OF CARDIAC-SPECIFIC GENE-EXPRESSION

      Circulation research
    90. ROSSANT J
      MOUSE MUTANTS AND CARDIAC DEVELOPMENT - NEW MOLECULAR INSIGHTS INTO CARDIOGENESIS

      Circulation research
    91. EDWARDS JG; LYONS GE; MICALES BK; MALHOTRA A; FACTOR S; LEINWAND LA
      CARDIOMYOPATHY IN TRANSGENIC MYF5 MICE

      Circulation research
    92. BIELINSKA M; NARITA N; HEIKINHEIMO M; PORTER SB; WILSON DB
      ERYTHROPOIESIS AND VASCULOGENESIS IN EMBRYOID BODIES LACKING VISCERALYOLK-SAC ENDODERM

      Blood
    93. CRICK SJ; SHEPPARD MN; ANDERSON RH; POLAK JM; WHARTON J
      A QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT OF INNERVATION IN THE CONDUCTION SYSTEM OF THE CALF HEART

      The Anatomical record
    94. BOUCHEY D; ARGRAVES WS; LITTLE CD
      FIBULIN-1, VITRONECTIN, AND FIBRONECTIN EXPRESSION DURING AVIAN CARDIAC-VALVE AND SEPTA DEVELOPMENT

      The Anatomical record
    95. TABER LA; LIN IE; CLARK EB
      MECHANICS OF CARDIAC LOOPING

      Developmental dynamics
    96. LEATHERBURY L; WALDO K
      VISUAL UNDERSTANDING OF CARDIAC DEVELOPMENT - THE NEURAL CRESTS CONTRIBUTION

      Cellular & molecular biology research
    97. GREPIN C; ROBITAILLE L; ANTAKLY T; NEMER M
      INHIBITION OF TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR GATA-4 EXPRESSION BLOCKS IN-VITRO CARDIAC-MUSCLE DIFFERENTIATION

      Molecular and cellular biology
    98. GAO LH; KENNEDY JM; SOLARO RJ
      DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF TNI AND TNT ISOFORMS IN RABBIT HEART DURING THE PERINATAL-PERIOD AND DURING CARDIOVASCULAR STRESS

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    99. MCKINNON LA; NATHANSON NM
      TISSUE-SPECIFIC REGULATION OF MUSCARINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR EXPRESSION DURING EMBRYONIC-DEVELOPMENT

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    100. CHOW LTC; CHOW SSM; ANDERSON RH; GOSLING JA
      THE INNERVATION OF THE HUMAN MYOCARDIUM AT BIRTH

      Journal of Anatomy


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