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hoxb3xenopus hyoid arch 

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Expression patterns of Hoxb genes in the Xenopus embryo suggest roles in anteroposterior specification of the hindbrain and i...

Expression patterns of Hoxb genes in the Xenopus embryo suggest roles in anteroposterior specification of the hindbrain and in dorsoventral patterning of the mesoderm.

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hoxb3.S laevis NF stage 27 hyoid arch

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  FIG. 1. In situ hybridization ofstage 28 (L B) of stage 31/2 (C-F) tailbud stage embryos using digoxigenin-labeled probes. Hybridization was visualized using an alkaline phosphatase reaction with nitroblue tetrazolium as the substrate. All embryos are shown on their sides with anterior to the left. (A) Hoxb-1. Staining is in the hindbrain adjacent to the otic vesicle. (B) Hoxb-3. The probe hybridized to the CNS immediately posterior to the otic vesicle and to posterior branchial arches. (C) Hoxb-4. Transcripts were detected in the hindbrain, in the fourth branchial arch, in somites, and in pronephric ducts. (D) Hoxb-5. (E) Hoxb-7. In both cases, the posterior-most part of the hindbrain, the spinal cord, the pronephric duets, and the tail bud were stained. Weak staining in the somites was also seen in controls. (F) Hoxb-9. Staining was detected in the spinal cord. The tail bud may also be weakly stained.
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