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Sperber et al., 2008 - barx1 is necessary for ectomesenchyme proliferation and osteochondroprogenitor condensation in the zebrafish pharyngeal arches. Developmental Biology   321(1):101-110 Full text @ Dev. Biol.
ADDITIONAL FIGURES
EXPRESSION / LABELING:
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Anatomical Terms:
Stage Range: Prim-5 to Protruding-mouth

Fig. S3 Whole-mount in situ hybridization of barx2 expression. (A) Dorsal view, anterior is to the left. (B, D, H) Lateral views, anterior to the left, (C) dorsal view; (E) ventral view; (C and E) anterior is to the top. (F) Lateral oblique view. (F inset) Sagittal section. (G) Coronal section. (A, B) Black arrowheads indicate bilateral sites of expression in the proximal aspect of the fin bud primordia. ae, aboral epithelium; bc, buccal cavity; e, eye; f, fin; fb, fin bud; h, hyoid arch; oe, oral epithelium; ole, olfactory bulb epithelium; ov, otic vesicle; m, mandibular arch. Scale bar: (A–F and H) 100 μm; (F inset and G) 50 μm.

Gene Expression Details
Gene Antibody Fish Conditions Stage Anatomy Assay
barx2 EKW standard conditions Prim-5 immature eye ISH
Prim-5 pectoral fin bud ISH
Prim-15 pectoral fin bud ISH
Prim-25 epithelium ISH
Prim-25 mandibular arch skeleton ISH
Prim-25 pharyngeal arch 2 ISH
Long-pec epithelium ISH
Long-pec mandibular arch skeleton ISH
Long-pec olfactory epithelium ISH
Long-pec pectoral fin ISH
Long-pec pharyngeal arch 2 ISH
Protruding-mouth epithelium ISH
Protruding-mouth mandibular arch skeleton ISH
Protruding-mouth oral epithelium ISH
Protruding-mouth pharyngeal arch 2 ISH
Antibody Labeling Details No data available
Phenotype Details No data available
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Reprinted from Developmental Biology, 321(1), Sperber, S.M., and Dawid, I.B., barx1 is necessary for ectomesenchyme proliferation and osteochondroprogenitor condensation in the zebrafish pharyngeal arches, 101-110, Copyright (2008) with permission from Elsevier. Full text @ Dev. Biol.