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Figure S3. Loss of function of foxj1 shortens the forebrain. (A) Statistical analysis of forebrain ventricle length and di- /mesencephalic ventricle width as indicated by colored arrows. (B-D) Dorsal view of coMO (B) and foxj1MO (C, D) -injected specimens. (B'-D"") Transversal sections as indicated in (B-D) with ventricular lumen highlighted in yellow. a = anterior; co = control; di = diencephalon; l = left; mes = mesencephalon; n = number of specimens; N = number of experiments; p = posterior; r = right, rhomb = rhombencephalon.

Image published in: Hagenlocher C et al. (2013)

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