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Increased FGF8 signaling promotes chondrogenic rather than osteogenic development in the embryonic skull.

Schmidt L, Taiyab A, Melvin VS, Jones KL, Williams T. Increased FGF8 signaling promotes chondrogenic rather than osteogenic development in the embryonic skull. Dis Model Mech. 2018 06 15; 11(6).

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