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Fig. 5. Xdsh mRNA rescues dorsal development in axis-deficient UV-treated embryos. (A) Normal control embryos. (B) Embryos ventralized by UV treatment. (C) UV-treated embryos that were injected at the 8-cell stage in a vegetal blastomere with 0.4 ng of Xdsh mRNA. (D) Histological analysis of ventralized embryos (top) and embryos rescued by Xdsh mRNA injection (bottom). The scale bar in D represents 200 mm. Abbreviations are the same as in Fig. 4, except k, kidney tubules. Note that, in C, the most anterior morphological structures including eyes and cement glands are rescued by Xdsh RNA.

Image published in: Sokol SY et al. (1995)

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