Nkx2.5-negative myocardium of the posterior heart field and its correlation with podoplanin expression in cells from the developing cardiac pacemaking and conduction system.

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Recent advances in the study of cardiac development have shown the relevance of addition of myocardium to the primary myocardial heart tube. In wild-type mouse embryos (E9.5-15.5), we have studied the myocardium at the venous pole of the heart using immunohistochemistry and 3D reconstructions of expression patterns of MLC-2a, Nkx2.5, and podoplanin, a novel… (More)

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@article{Groot2007Nkx25negativeMO, title={Nkx2.5-negative myocardium of the posterior heart field and its correlation with podoplanin expression in cells from the developing cardiac pacemaking and conduction system.}, author={Adriana C. Gittenberger-de Groot and Edris A F Mahtab and Nathan D. Hahurij and Lambertus J. Wisse and Marco DeRuiter and Maurits C. E. F. Wijffels and Robert E. Poelmann}, journal={Anatomical record}, year={2007}, volume={290 1}, pages={115-22} }