Atrial development in the human heart: an immunohistochemical study with emphasis on the role of mesenchymal tissues.

@article{Wessels2000AtrialDI,
  title={Atrial development in the human heart: an immunohistochemical study with emphasis on the role of mesenchymal tissues.},
  author={Andy Wessels and Robert H. Anderson and Roger R. Markwald and Sandra Webb and Nigel Brown and Szabolcs Vir{\'a}gh and Antoon F. M. Moorman and Wout H. Lamers},
  journal={The Anatomical record},
  year={2000},
  volume={259 3},
  pages={288-300}
}
The development of the atrial chambers in the human heart was investigated immunohistochemically using a set of previously described antibodies. This set included the monoclonal antibody 249-9G9, which enabled us to discriminate the endocardial cushion-derived mesenchymal tissues from those derived from extracardiac splanchnic mesoderm, and a monoclonal antibody recognizing the B isoform of creatine kinase, which allowed us to distinguish the right atrial myocardium from the left. The… CONTINUE READING
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