International Journal of Dentistry / 2018 / Article / Fig 6

Research Article

Sox Genes Show Spatiotemporal Expression during Murine Tongue and Eyelid Development

Figure 6

Expression of Sox genes in eyelid development. Frontal sections showing histology (a), (f), (k), (p), (u) and in situ hybridization ((a′)–(e), (f′)–(j), (k′)–(o), (p′)–(t), and (u′)–(y)) in wild type at E11 ((a)–(e)), E12 ((f)–(j)), E13 ((k)–(o)), E14 ((p)–(t)), and E18 ((u)–(y)). Scale bar: 150 μm for (a)–(e), 125 μm for (f)–(j), 125 μm for (k)–(o), 300 μm for (p)–(t), 700 μm for (u)–(y).

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