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Figure 2 Classification of specific retinal markers retrieved from the screen. Schematic diagram illustrates the chosen subdivisions of the tadpole retina. n indicates the number of markers retrieved from the screen that exhibit specific expression in only one of these compartments. Pictures below are stage 39 transverse retinal sections (dorsal up) that provide typical examples of such markers, with a correspondence to the schematic lettering (A). A fuzzy staining in the CMZ that invades the nuclear layers (A0) is not considered CMZ-specific. White dotted lines delineate the staining. Gene symbol is indicated under each panel. Scale bar = 50 um. Color figure can be viewed in the online issue, which is available at This material is reproduced with permission of John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Image published in: Parain K et al. (2012)

Copyright © 2012. Image reproduced on Xenbase with permission of the Publisher, John Wiley & Sons.

loc728026 LOC734001X.tropicalisThroughout NF stage 39ciliary marginal zone
ddx39a bat1, ddxl, bat1l, ddx39X.tropicalisThroughout NF stage 39ciliary marginal zone
kpnb1 imb1, ipo1, ipob, impnb, ntf97, importin betaX.tropicalisThroughout NF stage 39ciliary marginal zone
tk1 X.tropicalisThroughout NF stage 39ciliary marginal zone
gpx3 gpx-p, gshpx-3, gshpx-p, gpx3-a, gpx3-bX.tropicalisThroughout NF stage 39lens
adam23 X.tropicalisThroughout NF stage 39retinal ganglion cell layer
lurap1 c1orf190X.tropicalisThroughout NF stage 39retinal inner nuclear layer
usp21 loc100487327X.tropicalisThroughout NF stage 39retinal outer nuclear layer
tmem114 cldn26, loc100497281X.tropicalisThroughout NF stage 39retinal pigmented epithelium
prdx2 prx2, tpx1, nkefb, prxii, tdpx1, prx-2, peroxiredoxin 2X.tropicalisThroughout NF stage 39optic nerve

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