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Experiment details for kazn
KazrinA is required for axial elongation and epidermal integrity in Xenopus tropicalis.
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|Figure 1. Expression of Xenopus tropicalis kazrinA analysed by in situ hybridisation at stages (A) 9, (B,C) 11, (D,F,G) 18, and (E) 26. B shows a lateral view and C a lateral view, while F and G show transverse sections. Expression of kazrinA is highest in dorsal and axial tissues, but expression is also detectable in ventral tissues and endoderm; the apparently lower expression in the endoderm is due in part to the high yolk content of these cells. Scale bar = 1 mm.|