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The SNF2 domain protein family in higher vertebrates displays dynamic expression patterns in Xenopus laevis embryos.

The SNF2 domain protein family in higher vertebrates displays dynamic expression patterns in Xenopus laevis embryos.

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chd7.L laevis NF stage 28 to NF stage 35 and 36 tail bud

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  Fig. 3. Expression patterns of Xenopus SNF2-domain proteins. (A) Top left shows a cartoon of a Xenopus embryo at the tailbud stage. Relevant tissues are marked by arrows: b.a.: branchial arches, otic v.: otic vesicle, vbi: ventral blood islands. All other pictures show representative photographs of mRNA whole mount hybridisations of Xenopus tailbud embryos (St. 28-35 according to Nieuwkoop and Faber (1967)) according to the subgroups of Table 1. Peak expression domains are in detail discussed in the text. Anterior is to the left and dorsal side up. (B) Expression pattern of xBrm. Slightly oblique transversal sections of a tailbud stage embryo stained for xBrm mRNA. Panel a: section of the head region with Brm expression in the neural tube (nt), cranial neural crest (nc), lens (l) and the head mesoderm (hm) and to a lower extend in th retina (r), but not in heart (h). Panel b shows a blow up of the eye with specific staining in the proliferative ciliary marginal zone (cmz) and lens; Brm is not expressed in differentiated retinal cells (nr). Panel c shows a section of the anterior trunk with peak expression domains in the pronephric anlage (pa) and to a lesser extent in the spinal chord (sc). Panel d shows a section in the mid-trunk region, strong staining in somites (so) and notochord (no) is visible but not in the spinal chord.