Distinct compartments of the proepicardial organ give rise to coronary vascular endothelial cells.

Abstract

The proepicardial organ is an important transient structure that contributes cells to various cardiac lineages. However, its contribution to the coronary endothelium has been disputed, with conflicting data arising in chick and mouse. Here we resolve this conflict by identifying two proepicardial markers, Scleraxis (Scx) and Semaphorin3D (Sema3D), that… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.devcel.2012.01.012

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@article{Katz2012DistinctCO, title={Distinct compartments of the proepicardial organ give rise to coronary vascular endothelial cells.}, author={Tamar C Katz and Manvendra Kumar Singh and Karl R Degenhardt and Jos{\'e} Rivera-Feliciano and Randy L. Johnson and Jonathan A. Epstein and Clifford J Tabin}, journal={Developmental cell}, year={2012}, volume={22 3}, pages={639-50} }