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Masseter muscle gene expression in relation to various craniofacial deformities : a genotype-phenotype study

@inproceedings{Moawad2009MasseterMG,
  title={Masseter muscle gene expression in relation to various craniofacial deformities : a genotype-phenotype study},
  author={H. A. Moawad},
  year={2009}
}
Craniofacial form is defined by a number of factors. A major contributor is the jaw musculature especially of the masseter muscle, as differences in transcription and translation of various genes have been documented from this tissue. Up to this point however, no reliable biological predictors of form have been identified. The aims of this study were therefore, to describe the transcriptome of the masseter muscle using microarray technology and to establish and correlate the expression levels… Expand

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