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Fig. 3. prdm12 knockdown in Xenopus dramatically reduces the V1 marker en1 and affects gene expression in ventral spinal cord progenitors. (A-F) Transverse sections at the neural tube of stage 32 embryos unilaterally injected with 20 ng of Prdm12 MO and hybridized as indicated. The disappearance of the gap between nkx6-1 and dbx1 expression in Prdm12 morphants is indicated by an arrow. IS, injected side.

Image published in: Thélie A et al. (2015)

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en1.Lxen1, en-1, engrailed-1, engrailed 1, eng1, en1-a, en1-bX.laevisThroughout NF stage 32spinal cord
pax6.LXLPAX6, xpax6, pax-6, an2, mgda, wagr, pax6-a, pax6-bX.laevisThroughout NF stage 32spinal cord
nkx6-1.Lnkx6.1X.laevisThroughout NF stage 32spinal cord
evx1.LXhox3, eve1X.laevisThroughout NF stage 32spinal cord
dbx1.SXdbx, dbxX.laevisThroughout NF stage 32spinal cord

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