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Figure 16. Members of the Same Synphenotype Group Do Not Necessarily Have the Same Expression Patterns The six examples shown here are all from the motility defects class. (A�C) Expression patterns of the three members of the swimming in circles synphenotype group. (D�F) Expression patterns of three members of the normal appearance but paralyzed synphenotype group. Members of each group are not expressed in the same patterns and so do not belong to the same synexpression group (see text). doi:10.1371/journal.pgen.0020193.g016

Image published in: Rana AA et al. (2006)

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