Drs. Wacker and Oswald contributed equally to this project.
A green to red photoconvertible protein as an analyzing tool for early vertebrate development
Version of Record online: 8 SEP 2006
Copyright © 2006 Wiley-Liss, Inc.
Volume 236, Issue 2, pages 473–480, February 2007
How to Cite
Wacker, S. A., Oswald, F., Wiedenmann, J. and Knöchel, W. (2007), A green to red photoconvertible protein as an analyzing tool for early vertebrate development. Dev. Dyn., 236: 473–480. doi: 10.1002/dvdy.20955
- Issue online: 10 JAN 2007
- Version of Record online: 8 SEP 2006
- Manuscript Accepted: 12 AUG 2006
- Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft. Grant Numbers: SFB 497 project A1, SFB 497 project B9
- State of Baden Württemberg. Grant Number: LFSP/P5
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|jws-dvdy.20955.fig1.tif||2755K||Normal development after EosFP protein injection and photoconversion. Embryos were injected in one blastomere at stage 2 with 3 ng of EosFP protein. No differences were observed between injected cells and converted cells. All scale bars indicate 500 m. A: Vegetal view of a stage 3 embryo immediately after photoconversion (1 minute, 10x lens) of a single dorsal blastomere. B: Vegetal view at stage 5. C: Vegetal view at stage 6. D: Vegetal view at stage 10.25 (early gastrulation). E: Lateral view of a stage 27 embryo (fused from two photographs). Labeling is found in endodermal (En) and mesodermal (somite, So) cells. The tadpoles look completely normal.|
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