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Gawantka V et al. (1998) Assay

Gene expression screening in Xenopus identifies molecular pathways, predicts gene function and provides a global view of embryonic patterning.

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bmp4.L laevis NF stage 29 and 30 post-anal gut

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  Fig. 7. Synexpression groups. Whole-mount in situ hybridizations of tailbud embryos are shown in lateral view. Four groups of genes with shared, complex expression patterns (synexpression groups) are shown (see also Table 3). For the Delta1-group, expression patterns of XDelta1 and two group representatives are shown. For the Bmp4 group, expression patterns of Bmp4 and the two group representatives are shown. For the ER-import group, expression patterns of three group representatives are shown. For the chromatin group expression patterns of three group representatives are shown, with inserts displaying transverse sections of the trunk. Arrows indicate stained structures common to all members of the group. Bmp4 and XDelta1 were not isolated in this screen. Note, that the absence of staining in the endoderm of the chromatin group genes is probably due to technical difficulties to stain this tissue. Abbreviations: br, brain; ce, cement gland; de, dorsal eye; df, dorsal fin; en, endoderm; ey, eye; fs, forming somites; no, notochord; po, proctodeum; pr, pronephros; sc, spinal cord; so, somites; tb, tailbud; va, ventral visceral arches.
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