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Thyroid Hormone-Regulated Wnt5a/Ror2 Signaling Is Essential for Dedifferentiation of Larval Epithelial Cells into Adult Stem...



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fzd2.S laevis NF stage 57 to NF stage 66 small intestine

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  Figure 3: Expression profiles of Wnt5a, Fzd2, and Ror2 proteins in the small intestine during natural metamorphosis. Cross sections were immunostained with anti-Wnt5a (A–C), anti-Fzd2 (D–F), or anti-Ror2 (G–I). A, D, G: Stage 57. Cells positive for Ror2 (G; arrows) are scattered only in the larval epithelium (LE). They possess the brush border (bb) on the apical surface (Inset). B, E, H: Stage 61. Cells positive for Wnt5a (B) and Fzd2 (E) are broadly distributed in every tissue except for the degenerating larval epithelium, whereas a strong immunoreactivity for Ror2 is localized in islets of the adult epithelium (AE) (H). C, F, I: Stage 66. Immunoreactivity for each protein becomes weaker. CT: connective tissue; M: muscles; Scale bars: 20 µm.
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