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- Paris, Nicole D.; Coles, Garry L.; Ackerman, Kate G.
- Developmental biology 2015 v.407 no.1 pp. 40-56
- hernia, etc ; animal models; apoptosis; beta catenin; developmental stages; diaphragm; genetic engineering; humans; loss-of-function mutation; mice; morbidity; mortality; mutants; organogenesis; tamoxifen; Show all 15 Subjects
- ... The developing diaphragm consists of various differentiating cell types, many of which are not well characterized during organogenesis. One important but incompletely understood tissue, the diaphragmatic mesothelium, is distinctively present from early stages of development. Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia (CDH) occurs in humans when diaphragm tissue is lost during development, resulting in high m ...