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LIM-homeodomain genes as developmental and adult genetic markers of Xenopus forebrain functional subdivisions.

LIM-homeodomain genes as developmental and adult genetic markers of Xenopus forebrain functional subdivisions.

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lhx1.L laevis NF stage 42 to NF stage 46 prosomere 4

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  Fig. 4. Photomicrographs of dissected brains treated in toto (a–c) or transverse sections (d–i) showing the expression of x-Lhx1 and x-Lhx5 in the developing Xenopus forebrain at different stages (St). a: Lateral view of the brain of a late embryo illustrating the regional pattern of x-Lhx5 expression at the end of the embryonic period. b: Dorsal view of the brain of an early premetamorphic larva showing the x-Lhx1 expression pattern. c: Detail of a dorsal view of the telencephalon of a mid-premetamorphic larva stained for x-Lhx5 expression showing the developing olfactory bulb and ventral pallium. Asterisks in b and c indicate expression in the ventral portion of the medial telencephalic wall. d: The pallium at embryonic stages. e: The olfactory bulb at prometamorphic stages. f: Amygdaloid complex showing a dense staining in the lateral portion but only scattered cells in the medial portion (arrow). g–i: Transverse sections through the developing thalamus from rostral (g,h) to caudal (i). The approximate orientation of the sections shown in d and g is indicated by lines in a. For abbreviations, see list. Scale bars 100 m in a–i.
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