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Cfdp1  -  craniofacial development protein 1

Mus musculus

Synonyms: 27 kDa craniofacial protein, AA408409, Bcnt, Bucentaur, Cfdp, ...
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  • Based on malformations produced in cultured mouse embryos exposed to uptake inhibitors or receptor ligands, we have proposed that 5-HT acts as a dose-dependent morphogenetic signal during critical periods of craniofacial development [11].

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