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Calcitonin paracrine signaling controls atrial fibrogenesis and arrhythmia

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Early Embryonic Expression of AP-2α Is Critical for Cardiovascular Development.

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Using evasins to target the chemokine network in inflammation


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Evasins: Tick Salivary Proteins that Inhibit Mammalian Chemokines

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Pioneering function of Isl1 in the epigenetic control of cardiomyocyte cell fate.

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Bi-allelic Loss-of-Function CACNA1B Mutations in Progressive Epilepsy-Dyskinesia.

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Biowire Model of Interstitial and Focal Cardiac Fibrosis

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Pcsk5 is required in the early cranio-cardiac mesoderm for heart development.

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