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Summary Expression Gene Literature (15) GO Terms (0) Nucleotides (15) Proteins (4) Interactants (87) Wiki
XB-GENEPAGE-5762964

Gene Symbol: ephb2

Gene Name: EPH receptor B2

Anatomy terms
brain eye head hindbrain hyoid arch lateral plate mesoderm midbrain pharyngeal arch pronephric kidney pronephric tubule retina spinal cord whole organism
Anatomy stages
NF stage 15 to frog
RNA-Seq and EST Transcriptome profiles tropicalis laevis.L laevis.S
Gurdon EST
Unigene EST Profile Xl.506
RNA-Seq stage profile Data from Owens et al. 2016 Data from Session et al. 2016 Data from Session et al. 2016
GEO data ephb2.L ephb2.S
Stage and Tissue Profiles
                    Source: Owens et al. 2016 (tropicalis)
                    Source: Session et al. 2016 (laevis)
          Source: Session et al. 2016 (laevis)
Experimental Regulation (via RNA-seq)


                                                            Source: Ding et al. 2017 (laevis)
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NF stage 33 and 34
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NF stage 28
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NF stage 29 and 30
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NF stage 31
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NF stage 33 and 34
Helbling, et al. 2000
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NF stage 33 and 34
Helbling, et al. 2000
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NF stage 40 to NF stage 50
Mann, et al. 2004
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