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FIG. 3. The phenotype caused by beta-catenin depletion at the eight-cell stage is less extreme than that caused by injection of the same dose in the same volume at the four-cell stage, 10 ng of oligo was injected either into two dorsal cells at the four~cell stage or into four dorsal cells at the eight-cell stage. Injection into two dorsal cells at the four-cell stage caused complete ventralization in all cases (B); injections into two dorsal animal (C), two dorsal vegetal (D), or two dorsal animal + two dorsal vegetal cells (E), at the eight-cell stage, caused mainly reduced heads, cs, cell stage; dots/an, dorsal animal cells; dors/veg, dorsal vegetal cells.

Image published in: Heasman J et al. (2000)

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