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Molecular contribution to cleft palate production in cleft lip mice

Congenital Anomalies

Nov 12, 2013

Yasunori SasakiTaku Fujiwara

Abstract

Cleft palate following cleft lip may include a developmental disorder during palatogenesis. CL/Fr mice fetuses, which develop cleft lip and palate spontaneously, have less capability for in vivo cell proliferation in palatal mesenchyme compared with CL/Fr normal fetuses. In order to kno...read more

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NEK2 gene
YWHAB gene
Prenidation Embryo Development, Animal
Microarray Analysis
MRNA Expression
Biochemical Pathway
Poly(A) Tail
Gene Expression Regulation, Developmental
Cleft Palate, Isolated
Morphogenesis
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Molecular contribution to cleft palate production in cleft lip mice

Congenital Anomalies

Nov 12, 2013

Yasunori SasakiTaku Fujiwara

PMID: 24206222

DOI: 10.1111/cga.12038

Abstract

Cleft palate following cleft lip may include a developmental disorder during palatogenesis. CL/Fr mice fetuses, which develop cleft lip and palate spontaneously, have less capability for in vivo cell proliferation in palatal mesenchyme compared with CL/Fr normal fetuses. In order to kno...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

NEK2 gene
YWHAB gene
Prenidation Embryo Development, Animal
Microarray Analysis
MRNA Expression
Biochemical Pathway
Poly(A) Tail
Gene Expression Regulation, Developmental
Cleft Palate, Isolated
Morphogenesis
1
18

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