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Loss-of-FTO-Antagonises-Wnt-Signaling-and-Leads-to-Developmental-Defects-Associated-with-pone.0087662.s008.ogv (Ogg Theora video file, length 20 s, 336 × 288 pixels, 610 kbps)
English: Cilia beating in the olfactory pit of fto morphant embryos at 48 hpf.
|Source||Movie S4 from Osborn D, Roccasecca R, McMurray F, Hernandez-Hernandez V, Mukherjee S, Barroso I, Stemple D, Cox R, Beales P, Christou-Savina S (2014). "Loss of FTO Antagonises Wnt Signaling and Leads to Developmental Defects Associated with Ciliopathies". PLOS ONE. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0087662. PMID 24503721. PMC: 3913654.|
|Author||Osborn D, Roccasecca R, McMurray F, Hernandez-Hernandez V, Mukherjee S, Barroso I, Stemple D, Cox R, Beales P, Christou-Savina S|
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