Molecular anatomy of the developing heart

Trends in Cardiovascular Medicine
Antoon F M Moorman, W H Lamers

Abstract

Why the embryonic heart can function without one-way valves and without a conduction system, and why the embryonic atrium and ventricle function essentially as they do in the adult, are elementary questions in cardiac embryology. These questions can now be addressed, thanks to the recent development of molecular cell markers, their application by immunohistochemistry and/or in situ hybridization, and the development of advanced computer-aided three-dimensional reconstruction programs.

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Embryonic Heart
Immunohistochemistry
Embryonic Atrium
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Surgical Pathology Immunohistochemistry
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Cardiac Conduction
In Situ Hybridization

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