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#122 Proepicardium

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Ceri
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2015-04-20
2013-11-25
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ZDB-PUB-100427-14 The proepicardial organ (PE) contributes to the cellular diversity of the developing heart by giving rise to the epicardium as well as vascular smooth muscle cells and fibroblasts

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  • Ceri

    Ceri - 2013-11-25

    See also ZDB-PUB-080218-16.

     
  • Ceri

    Ceri - 2014-07-23
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  • Ceri

    Ceri - 2014-07-28

    the epicardium, forms from a cluster of progenitor cells termed the proepicardium (PE). PE cells migrate onto the myocardium to give rise to the epicardium.PMID: 24885804

     
  • Ceri

    Ceri - 2014-07-28

    The proepicardium is a cluster of cardiac progenitor cells that develops adjacent to the heart and migrates onto the heart to form the outermost layer, the epicardium. Zebrafish form a PE on the pericardial wall, adjacent to the atrioventricular (AV) junction. We find that a PE cluster located at the AV junction forms a cellular bridge between the pericardial mesothelium and the heart. Additional PE clusters form near the venous pole, are released into the pericardial space, and subsequently attach to the heart.ZDB-PUB-140603-8
    proepicardial organ a transient structure clusters of spherical cells clusters near sinus venosus, between the atrium and the yolk and near the atrioventricular junction,
    ZDB-PUB-080218-16

     
  • Ceri

    Ceri - 2014-07-28
    • status: open --> pending-fixed
     
  • Ceri

    Ceri - 2015-04-20
    • status: pending-fixed --> closed
     
  • Ceri

    Ceri - 2015-04-20

    primary term name proepicardial cluster.

     

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