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Figure 2. Flow diagram of a Xenopus chemical library screen. Compounds are arrayed in multi-well plates and five embryos at stage 15 are added per well. These are incubated for 3 days and then scored for phenotypic changes in comparison to control tadpoles. Examples of some of the possible pigmentation phenotypes observed are shown. Positive hits are independently verified. Reproduced by permission of Royal Society of Chemistry (Tomlinson et al.,2009b).Download figure to PowerPoint

Image published in: Wheeler GN and Brändli AW (2009)

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