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crucial gene in vertebrate heart formation

  February, 8 2001 2:24
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Where does my heart beat now?

As published in the February 1st issue of Genes & Development, scientists from Harvard Medical School have greatly expanded our knowledge of embryonic heart development. In a series of three articles, research teams led by Drs. Andrew Lassar and Mark Mercola report on their identification of a crucial regulator of vertebrate heart formation.

Nora Poppito
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

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