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  • n. The development of the embryonic heart

Etymologies

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cardio- + -genesis

Examples

  • Firulli presented a comprehensive overview of the role that the Hand1 and Hand2 genes play during cardiogenesis, touching on interesting aspects of their overlapping functions.

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  • Dr. Firulli presented a comprehensive overview of the role that the Hand1 and Hand2 genes play during cardiogenesis, touching on interesting aspects of their overlapping functions.

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  • Nemer G, Nemer M (1997) Enhanced cardiogenesis in embryonic stem cells overexpressing the GATA-4 transcription factor.

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  • Lasche M, Eisenberg LM, Kuhl M (2002) Wnt-11 activation of a non-canonical Wnt signalling pathway is required for cardiogenesis.

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  • For cardiac differentiation of embryonic stem cells, canonical Wnt/ß-catenin signaling is essential during early stages, but it inhibits cardiogenesis at later time points

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  • "The way that you could distinguish between those two possibilities," he says, "is by looking for large numbers of those progenitors at a later stage of human cardiogenesis [in contrast with what you see in the mouse]."

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