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MSX2 and BCL2 expressions in the development of anorectal malformations in ethylenethiourea-induced rat embryos.

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Summary of "MSX2 and BCL2 expressions in the development of anorectal malformations in ethylenethiourea-induced rat embryos."

This study aimed to determine Msh homeobox 2 (MSX2) and B cell lymphoma-2 (BCL2) expression patterns during anorectal development in anorectal malformations (ARM) and normal rat embryos, with the goals of determining the role of MSX2 and BCL2 in ARM pathogenesis.

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Name: Experimental and molecular pathology
ISSN: 1096-0945
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