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Experiment details for fgf7

Lea R et al. (2009) Assay

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fgf7 tropicalis NF stage 23 branchial arch
fgf7 tropicalis NF stage 28 branchial arch
fgf7 tropicalis NF stage 35 and 36 to NF stage 40 branchial arch

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  Figure 4. Analysis of the spatial expression patterns of the fgf7 and fgf9 subfamilies. A: Whole mount in situ hybridisations of fgf3, fgf7, fgf10, and fgf22 at the indicated stages. B: Whole mount in situ hybridisations of fgf9 and fgf20 at the indicated stages. For stage 10.5, the images are vegetal views; for stage 15, the images are dorsal views; and for stage 23, 28, 35, and 40, the images are lateral views (anterior is left, posterior is right, dorsal is up, and ventral is down). A schematic representation of a Xenopus embryo at stage 28 with the different embryonic tissues labelled is presented in Supp. Figure S3.

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Gene Clone Species Stages Anatomy
fgf7 tropicalis NF stage 28 to NF stage 40 branchial arch

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  Figure 5. Cross-section analysis of the spatial expression patterns of the fgf7 and fgf9 subfamilies. Coronal sections of the indicated fgfs from the whole mount in situ hybridisations shown in Figure 4. The black lines indicate the position of the sections shown; when multiple sections are shown numbers correspond to the appropriate black line and, therefore, the section's position on the embryo. In all sections, dorsal is up and ventral is down.
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