Cardiac outflow tract development relies on the complex function of Sox4 and Sox11 in multiple cell types

@article{Paul2013CardiacOT,
  title={Cardiac outflow tract development relies on the complex function of Sox4 and Sox11 in multiple cell types},
  author={Mandy H. Paul and Richard P. Harvey and Michael Wegner and Elisabeth Sock},
  journal={Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences},
  year={2013},
  volume={71},
  pages={2931-2945}
}
Congenital heart defects represent the most common human birth defects and are often life-threatening. Frequently, they are caused by abnormalities of the outflow tract whose formation results from coordinated development of cells from mesodermal and neural crest origin and depends on the activity of many different transcription factors. However, place, time, and mode of action have only been analyzed for a few of them. Here we assess the contribution of the closely related high-mobility-group… CONTINUE READING
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