Fig. 34a. Mouse E15.5 Heart Abnormal
The heart shown in the left hand panel is from a mouse embryo with knock-out of the Furin enzyme. The embryo is at E15.5, by which time the interventricular communication should have closed. The persisting defect is comparable to the defect seen in the human heart, and known as the perimembranous defect (right hand panel). The problem producing the defect in man must have occurred between the sixth and eighth weeks of development.
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