Transcriptional mapping and genomic analysis of the cardiac atria and ventricles.

@article{Zhao2002TranscriptionalMA,
  title={Transcriptional mapping and genomic analysis of the cardiac atria and ventricles.},
  author={Xiao-song Zhao and Teresa D. Gallardo and Ling Lin and Jeoffrey J. Schageman and Ralph V. Shohet},
  journal={Physiological genomics},
  year={2002},
  volume={12 1},
  pages={53-60}
}
The atria and ventricles of the heart have distinct development, structure, and physiology. However, only a few of the genes that underlie the differences between these tissues are known. We used a murine cardiac cDNA microarray to identify genes differentially expressed in the atria and ventricles. The reliability of these findings is supported by highly concordant repetition of hybridization, recognition of previously known atrial and ventricular isoforms of contractile proteins, and… CONTINUE READING

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