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A functional genetic study identifies HAND1 mutations in septation defects of the human heart

Gene network and familial analyses uncover a gene network involving Tbx5/Osr1/Pcsk6 interaction in the second heart field for atrial septation

Atypical stress response to temperature and NaOCl exposure leading to septation defect during cell division in Cupriavidus metallidurans CH34

Sce3, a suppressor of the Schizosaccharomyces pombe septation mutant cdc11, encodes a putative RNA-binding protein

Knockout of the alanine racemase gene in Lactobacillus plantarum results in septation defects and cell wall perforation

113-ITHE EFFICACY OF THE "INTRAPULMONARY-ARTERY SEPTATION" SURGICAL APPROACH FOR FONTAN CANDIDATES WITH UNILATERAL PULMONARY ARTERIAL HYPOPLASIA

Fontan completion after external stenting of the left bronchus and intrapulmonary artery septation for left pulmonary artery hypoplasia

Disruption of myocardial Gata4 and Tbx5 results in defects in cardiomyocyte proliferation and atrioventricular septation

Efficacy of the ‘intrapulmonary-artery septation’ surgical approach for Fontan candidates with unilateral pulmonary arterial hypoplasia

Mad1p, a component of the spindle assembly checkpoint in fission yeast, suppresses a novel septation-defective mutant, sun1, in a cell-division cycle

Functional dissection of sequence-specific NKX2-5 DNA binding domain mutations associated with human heart septation defects using a yeast-based system

RNA interference of WdFKS1 mRNA expression causes slowed growth, incomplete septation and loss of cell wall integrity in yeast cells of the polymorphic, pathogenic fungus Wangiella (Exophiala) dermatitidis

 

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The process of forming the septum that cuts a cell into two at the end of the cell cycle in bacteria.

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