Trans-Differentiation of Skeletal Muscle into Electrocytes: Innervation Is a Driver of Phenotypic Plasticity via a Notch Pathway
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Wolff, Jennifer; McKone, Mark
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Trans-differentiation, Development, Evolution, Electric Eel, Electrocytes, Myogenic program, Innervation, Transcription Factor, Transcriptome analysis, Sternopygus macrurus
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