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Caron et al., 2012 - Wnt/β-catenin signaling directly regulates Foxj1 expression and ciliogenesis in zebrafish Kupffer’s vesicle
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Fig. S5

Wnt signaling does not require intermediate protein synthesis to modulate foxj1a expression. (A,B) Induction of Dkk1 inhibited foxj1a expression rapidly. (C,D) Induction of β-catenin1 enhanced foxj1a expression rapidly. Tg(hsp:dkk1-GFP) and Tg(hsp:β-catenin-GFP) embryos were heat shocked at 30% epiboly for 30 minutes, and collected for in situ staining 30 minutes later. Shown are dorsal views of 50% epiboly staged embryos.

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