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Development. November 1, 2013; 140 (22): 4465-70.

Left-right asymmetry: lessons from Cancún.

Burdine RD , Caspary T .

The satellite symposium on ''Making and breaking the left-right axis: implications of laterality in development and disease'' was held in June 2013 in conjunction with the 17th International Society for Developmental Biology meeting in Cancún, Mexico. As we summarize here, leaders in the field gathered at the symposium to discuss recent advances in understanding how left-right asymmetry is generated and utilized across the animal kingdom.

PubMed ID: 24194469
PMC ID: PMC3817937
Article link: Development.

Genes referenced: aldh1a2 arl13b ccdc28b dand5 fgf8 fn1 foxj1 foxj1.2 lefty nodal nodal1 nodal3.1 pitx2 pkd1l1 pkd2 tbx2

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