Teratogen Effect

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Teratogen Effect

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Connecting teratogen-induced congenital heart defects to neural crest cells and their effect on cardiac function.
 

Author(s): Ganga H Karunamuni, Pei Ma, Shi Gu, Andrew M Rollins, Michael W Jenkins, Michiko Watanabe

Journal: Birth Defects Res. C Embryo Today. 2014 Sep;102(3):227-50.

 

Neural crest cells play many key roles in embryonic development, as demonstrated by the abnormalities that result from their specific absence or dysfunction. Unfortunately, these key cells are particularly sensitive to abnormalities in various intrinsic and extrinsic factors, such ...

Last Updated: 29 Sep 2014

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