Organogenesis: Patterning the vertebrate heart

Abstract

The mammalian heart is crafted from a few progenitor cells that are subject to rapidly changing sets of instructions from their environment and from within. These instructions cause them to migrate, expand and diversify in lineage, and acquire form and function. Molecular information from various model systems, combined with increasingly detailed… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/nrg843

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