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Fig. 9. Combination of truncated Pax6 protein and Pax6 protein with a small in-frame deletion causes an aniridia-like phenotype in X. tropicalis froglets. (A) An example of a heterozygous genotype (left) of phenotypically wild-type froglet (right). (B) An example of the compound heterozygous genotype (left) of an aniridia-like froglet (right). All other genotypes of aniridia-like froglets are listed in Table S1.

Image published in: Nakayama T et al. (2015)

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