What chick and mouse models have taught us about the role of the endocardium in congenital heart disease.

Abstract

Specific cell and tissue interactions drive the formation and function of the vertebrate cardiovascular system. Although much attention has been focused on the muscular components of the developing heart, the endocardium plays a key role in the formation of a functioning heart. Endocardial cells exhibit heterogeneity that allows them to participate in… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/bdra.20809

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@article{Delaughter2011WhatCA, title={What chick and mouse models have taught us about the role of the endocardium in congenital heart disease.}, author={Daniel M Delaughter and Leshana Saint-Jean and H. Scott Baldwin and Joey V. Barnett}, journal={Birth defects research. Part A, Clinical and molecular teratology}, year={2011}, volume={91 6}, pages={511-25} }