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myh4xenopus cranial muscle primordium [+] 

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Myogenic waves and myogenic programs during Xenopus embryonic myogenesis.

Myogenic waves and myogenic programs during Xenopus embryonic myogenesis.

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myh4.L laevis NF stage 37 and 38 m. interhyoideus primordium
myh4.L laevis NF stage 40 m. levator mandibulae articularis primordium , m. intermandibularis primordium , m. quadrato-hyoangularis primordium

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  Figure 8. Distinct myogenic programs are expressed during craniofacial myogenesis. A: Schematic representation of head muscle anlagen according to Ziermann and Olsson (2007). B: Expression of Myf5, Myod, Myogenin, and Mrf4 mRNAs in head muscles anlagen. Myf5 is expressed neither in the M. levatores mandibulae, nor in the M. quadrato-hyoangularis and orbitohyoideus anlagen (black arrows). Myod transcripts are not detected in the dorsal part of branchial muscle anlagen and in the intermandibularis anlage (brackets). Green arrows design extraocular muscle anlagen. C: Expression of Des, Actc, and Ckm, as well as MyhE3 and MyhE19 coding, respectively, for embryonic fast and slow myosin heavy chain (Radice and Malacinski, 1989). St, stage. For each probe, ventral view in the left panel, lateral view in the right panel with the anterior side of the embryos on the left. h, heart. Download figure to PowerPoint.