CNCCSCommon Nature Conservation Classification System (Australia)
CNCCSCanadian National Child Care Survey
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Notably, defects of CNCCs will lead to various congenital heart diseases such as tetralogy of Fallot, CHARGE syndrome, Noonan syndrome, and double outlet right ventricle [93, 94].
In mammalian, CNCCs reside in the heart as dormant multipotent stem cells after migration, which can give rise to various cell types involved in cardiogenesis including aortic smooth muscle cells, glia cells, and neurons [95].