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Bmp4 gene is expressed at the putative site of fusion in the midfacial region

Differentiation; Research in Biological Diversity

Apr 16, 2003

Siew-Gong Gong, Chiao Guo

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The molecular mechanisms by which the primordia of the midface grow and fuse to form the primary palate portion of the craniofacial region are not well characterized. This is in spite of the fact that failure of growth and/or fusion of these primordia leads to the most common craniofaci...read more

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Bone morphogenetic protein 4
Maxilla
Transcription, Genetic
Face
Embryonic and Fetal Development
Embryonic Development
Bone Morphogenetic Proteins
BMP4 protein, human
Ectoderm
FUSE gene
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Bmp4 gene is expressed at the putative site of fusion in the midfacial region

Differentiation; Research in Biological Diversity

Apr 16, 2003

Siew-Gong Gong, Chiao Guo

PMID: 12694205

DOI: 10.1046/j.1432-0436.2003.710304.x

Abstract

The molecular mechanisms by which the primordia of the midface grow and fuse to form the primary palate portion of the craniofacial region are not well characterized. This is in spite of the fact that failure of growth and/or fusion of these primordia leads to the most common craniofaci...read more

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Bone morphogenetic protein 4
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