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Regeneration-specific expression pattern of three posterior Hox genes.

Regeneration-specific expression pattern of three posterior Hox genes.

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hoxc10.L laevis NF stage 29 and 30 posterior neural tube

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  Figure 2. Posterior Hox gene expression in embryos and developing limbs. In situ hybridisation in stage 30 embryos and various stages of developing limbs. A-D: XHoxc10 expression. E-H: XHoxa13 expression. I-L: XHoxd13 expression. White arrows indicate anterior expression boundary in the CNS. For the limbs, the orientation is natural, i.e., the viewer is looking down dorsally, proximal is to the left, anterior is down, and posterior up.

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hoxc10.L laevis NF stage 29 and 30 posterior neural tube

  hoxc10 (homeobox C10) gene expression in Xenopus laevis embryo via in situ hybridization, NF stage 29 & 30, lateral view, anterior left.

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hoxc10.L laevis NF stage 50 to NF stage 52 posterior neural tube

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  Figure 4. Posterior Hox gene expression in regenerating and wounded tadpole tails. In situ hybridisation of posterior Hox genes after tail resection or wounding. A-C: XHoxc10 expression. D-F: XHoxa13 expression. G-I: XHoxd13 expression. Stage 50-52 tails were amputated at mid-tail level and left to regenerate for 1 (A,D,G) or 3 days (B,E,H). Stage 54 tails were wounded mid-tail and fixed 1 day later (C,F,I). The black arrows point to the staining in the neural tube. All pictures are side views with rostral to the left.