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Reprinted from Developmental Cell, 53(3), Isabella, A.J., Barsh, G.R., Stonick, J.A., Dubrulle, J., Moens, C.B., Retinoic Acid Organizes the Zebrafish Vagus Motor Topographic Map via Spatiotemporal Coordination of Hgf/Met Signaling, 344-357.e5, Copyright (2020) with permission from Elsevier. Full text @ Dev. Cell