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English: Wild-Type Development of SY Cartilage Confocal time-lapse recording shows hyoid cartilage development in a wild-type fli1-GFP animal from 38 hpf to 86 hpf. At the beginning of the video, the mandibular (1) and hyoid (2) arches are numbered and an arrow denotes the normal position of the first pouch. At the end of the video (see Figure 7 for representative still images), the SY cartilage is pseudocolored blue. A red arrowhead denotes a cluster of cells adjacent to the first pouch that undergo cellular rearrangements and form the long anterior SY extension in wild-type animals. (6.0 MB MOV).
|Source||Video S1 from Crump J, Swartz M, Kimmel C (2004). "An Integrin-Dependent Role of Pouch Endoderm in Hyoid Cartilage Development". PLOS Biology. DOI:10.1371/journal.pbio.0020244. PMID 15269787. PMC: 479042.|
|Author||Crump J, Swartz M, Kimmel C|
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