Early Coronary Vasculogenesis Conserved Enhancer in the Serum Response Factor Promoter Controls Expression During

@inproceedings{Nelson2004EarlyCV,
  title={Early Coronary Vasculogenesis Conserved Enhancer in the Serum Response Factor Promoter Controls Expression During},
  author={Timothy J. Nelson and S A Duncan and Ravi P. Misra},
  year={2004}
}
Serum response factor (SRF) is a transcription factor required for mesoderm formation in the developing mouse embryo that is important for myogenic differentiation, including notably, the differentiation of the proepicardial organ (PEO) into coronary vascular cells during early development. To identify regulatory sequences that control SRF expression during… CONTINUE READING