Development and structures of the venous pole of the heart.


In the past, our interpretations of cardiac development depended on analysis of serially sectioned embryos, supported by three-dimensional reconstructions. It was not possible, using these techniques, to trace the fate of the various embryonic building blocks. This has all changed with the advent of the new techniques in molecular biology. Combining our… (More)


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@article{Anderson2006DevelopmentAS, title={Development and structures of the venous pole of the heart.}, author={Robert H. Anderson and Nigel Andrew Brown and Antoon F. M. Moorman}, journal={Developmental dynamics : an official publication of the American Association of Anatomists}, year={2006}, volume={235 1}, pages={2-9} }