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Genome-wide analysis of gene expression during Xenopus tropicalis tadpole tail regeneration.



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tek tropicalis NF stage 50 dorsal aorta

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  Figure 1. The Xenopus tropicalis tadpole has the capacity to regenerate its tail. (A) Schematic diagram of the tissues located in the Xenopus tropicalis tadpole tail. (B) Transverse section of tadpole tail visualized with toluidine blue. (C-E) An amputated tail (C), uncut tail (D), and regenerated tail 7 days after amputation (E). (F-H) Immunostaining against skeletal muscle (12/101; F), neurons (acetylated tubulin; G), and vasculature (mTie-2::eGFP transgene; H). (I-O) A regenerated tail at one month post-amputation (I). Immunostaining showing skeletal muscle (12/101; J, K), neurons (acetylated tubulin; L, M), and vasculature (mTieGFP transgene; N, O) in non-cut and regenerated tails 28 days post amputation. Green arrowhead depicts amputation site; red arrowhead shows parallel axonal tract; orange arrowheads shows parallel blood vessels. Red scale bar is 1000 μm.