Notch dimerization and gene dosage are important for normal heart development, intestinal stem cell maintenance, and splenic marginal zone B-cell homeostasis during mite infestation

Francis M. Kobia, Kristina Preusse, Quanhui Dai, Nicholas Weaver, Matthew R. Hass, Praneet Chaturvedi, Sarah J. Stein, Warren S. Pear, Zhenyu Yuan, Rhett A. Kovall, Yi Kuang, Natanel Eafergen, David Sprinzak, Brian Gebelein, Eric W. Brunskill, Raphael Kopan*

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