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Frohnhöfer et al., 2016 - Spermidine, but not spermine, is essential for pigment pattern formation in zebrafish
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Fig. 3

idefix mutant chromatophores contribute to a wild-type pattern in chimeric animals. Chimeric animals derived from blastomere transplantations of ide mutant cells into (A) pfeffer (n=8), (B) rose (n=6) and (C) nacre (n=4) hosts. In all three cases the normally striped wild-type pattern is restored in the regions of donor-derived xanthophores (A), iridophores (B) or melanophores (C), indicated by the brackets. Scale bar: 1mm.

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