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- Life Before Nkx2.5 - Cardiovascular Progenitor Cells: Embryonic Origins and Developmen
Ian C. Scott
- The second heart field
Robert G. Kelly
- An unauthorized biography of the second heart field and new pioneer/scaffold model for early cardiac development
José Xavier-Neto, Sylvia Sura Trueba, Alberto Stolfi, Henrique Marques Souza, Tiago José Pascoal Sobreira, Michael Schuber and Hozana Andrade Castillo
- Development and Evolution of the Ascidian Cardiogenic Mesoderm
Theadora Tolkin and Lionel Christiaen
- Regulation of GATA4 transcriptional activity in cardiovascular development and disease
Pingzhu Zhou, Aibin He, and William T. Pu
- Localized and temporal gene regulation in heart development
Phil Barnett, Malou van den Boogaard and Vincent Christoffels
- Heart Valve Development, Maintenance and Disease: The Role of Endothelial Cells
Ge Tao, James D. Kotick and Joy Lincoln
- An epicardial floor plan for building and rebuilding the mammalian heart
Paul R. Riley
- Transcription Factor Pathways and Congenital Heart Disease
David J. McCulley and Brian L. Black
- MicroRNAs in Heart Development
Ramón A. Espinoza-Lewis and Da-Zhi Wang
- Cardiac Regeneration
Wen-Yee Choi and Kenneth D. Poss
The developing heart is the first functional organ, and its proper formation and function is essential for life. This volume compiles the exciting new advances that have been made in understanding the regulation of heart development, the genes and pathways involved, and the impact these have in heart disease. A stellar collection of scientists tackles an important facet of heart development, providing a comprehensive set of reviews.
- Cutting-edge science
- Authority of contributors
- Exciting field of research
Researchers in cell, developmental, and molecular biology; genetics
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- © Academic Press 2012
- 30th March 2012
- Academic Press
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