Point mutations in murine Nkx2-5 phenocopy human congenital heart disease and induce pathogenic Wnt signaling
Milena B Furtado, Julia C Wilmanns, Anjana Chandran, Joelle Perera, Olivia Hon, Christine Biben, Taylor J Willow, Hieu T Nim, Gurpreet Kaur, Stephanie Simonds, Qizhu Wu, David Willians, Ekaterina Salimova, Nicolas Plachta, James M Denegre, Stephen A Murray, Diane Fatkin, Michael Cowley, James T Pearson, David Kaye Show all
JCI Insight | AMER SOC CLINICAL INVESTIGATION INC | Published : 2017
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We acknowledge the use of Monash University MicroImaging, Monash Biomedical Imaging, and Monash Gene Targeting Facilities. We would also like to thanks Peter Williams for help with mitochondrial data analysis. The Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute is supported by grants from the State Government of Victoria and the Australian Government. This work was also funded by NHMRC-Australia Fellowship to NAR and NHMRC Project grant 1069710 to MWC and NAR, NHMRC/NHF 1049980 CDF to MR, and ARC Stem Cells Australia to NAR. NHMRC Project grants 025008 and 1074386 and The Estate of the Late RT Hall to DF. HTN is supported by the Richard Pratt Fellowship in Prostate Cancer.