Epstein's Inborn Errors of Development: The Molecular Basis of Clinical Disorders of Morphogenesis
Robert P. Erickson, Anthony Joseph Wynshaw-Boris
Oxford University Press, 2016 - Medical - 1497 pages
This third edition of Epstein's Inborn Errors of Development provides essays on pathways of development and thoughtful reviews of dysmorphic syndromes for which the causative gene has been identified. The authors of the chapters on each disorder have provided in depth analyses of the role of the gene in the relevant developmental pathway and the mechanism by which mutations in the gene cause the developmental pathology.
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II Patterns of Development
III Defined Core Developmental Pathways Linked to Cilia
IV Other Defined Core Developmental Pathways
V Transcription Factors and Chromatin Regulators
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