Published in Physician Law Weekly, August 17th, 2005
According to recent research from the United States, "The epicardium of the heart originates from a cluster of mesothelial-derived cells that develop beneath the sinus venosus in the embryonic day (E) 9.0-9.5 mouse. The subsequent proepicardium-epicardium transition that forms the epicardial layer of epithelial cells covering the myocardial surface is nearly complete by E10.0-E10.5 and results in a fully covered heart by E11.0."
S.J. Jenkins and colleagues of the Medical University of South Carolina wrote,...
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