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trim66xenopus ventral pancreatic bud [+] 

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Hayata T et al. (2009) Assay

Identification of embryonic pancreatic genes using Xenopus DNA microarrays.

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trim66.S laevis NF stage 35 and 36 to NF stage 41 ventral pancreatic bud
trim66.S laevis NF stage 42 to NF stage 43 ventral pancreatic bud

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  Figure 2. Expression of novel pancreatic genes in dissected guts of tadpole stage embryos. Gene expression patterns were revealed by whole-mount in situ hybridization at three representative stages, stage 34-36, stage 40-41, and stage 42-43. These genes are expressed in the pancreatic rudiments of stage 34-36 embryos. The dorsal and ventral pancreatic buds are indicated with the black and white arrows, respectively and the liver bud is marked by an asterisk. A whole embryo was shown for HES3. While the Xenopus laevis gene designated here as HES3 (also known as Xenopus ESR2) has a best blastP match to human HES5, blastN to X. tropicalis and synteny relations identifies it as a gene distinct from tropicalis hes5 called hes3. Anterior to the left, dorsal to the top.