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adcyap1xenopus Rohon-Beard neuron 

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Embryonic expression of pituitary adenylyl cyclase-activating polypeptide and its selective type I receptor gene in the frog...

Embryonic expression of pituitary adenylyl cyclase-activating polypeptide and its selective type I receptor gene in the frog Xenopus laevis neural tube.

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adcyap1.L laevis NF stage 28 Rohon-Beard neuron

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  Fig. 4. Comparison of the distribution of PACAP mRNA with that of neuronal-specific class II b-tubulin (N-tubulin) in the neural tube of Xenopus embryos. A,B and C,D illustrate the localization of N-tubulin and PACAP mRNA in the neural tube of stage 28 embryos, respectively. Whole-mount in situ hybridization revealed a distribution of N-tubulin mRNA (arrow in A) similar to that of PACAP mRNA (arrow in C) in the spinal cord (SC). Inside the spinal cord, N-tubulin mRNA hybridization signals (arrows in B) were present mainly in the Rohon- Beard neurons (RB) and motoneurons (MN). N-tubulin mRNA was also detected in the interneurons between Rohon-Beard and motoneurons (arrowhead in B). Conversely, throughout the spinal cord, PACAP mRNA signals were found only in the dorsolateral part of the spinal cord, corresponding to the positions of Rohon-Beard neurons (arrow in D). Dashed lines in B,D outline the approximate boundary of the neural tube. N, notochord. Scale bar 5 300 mm in C (applies to A,C), 100 mm in D (applies to B,D).