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Fig. 4. Sections of embryos processed for whole-mount in situ hybridization using a probe specific for Xom. (A) Section of stage- 10.5 embryo. Transcripts are absent from the organizer, but are present in ventral and lateral regions of the embryo in all three germ layers. The punctate staining in vegetal tissue may be due to poor probe penetration into this yolky tissue. (B) Section of a stage-19 embryo at the level of the head. Transcripts are present in the presumptive eye. (C) Section of the embryo shown in B in the trunk region. Staining is visible in all three germ layers of the ventral and lateral regions of the embryo, and in the dorsal cells of the roof plate of the neural tube. Bars, in A and B are 50 mm; in C is 100 mm.

Image published in: Ladher R et al. (1996)

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