Iris as a recipient tissue for pigment cells: Organized in vivo differentiation of melanocytes and pigmented epithelium derived from embryonic stem cells in vitro
Version of Record online: 26 AUG 2008
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Volume 237, Issue 9, pages 2394–2404, September 2008
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Aoki, H., Hara, A., Motohashi, T., Chem, H. and Kunisada, T. (2008), Iris as a recipient tissue for pigment cells: Organized in vivo differentiation of melanocytes and pigmented epithelium derived from embryonic stem cells in vitro. Dev. Dyn., 237: 2394–2404. doi: 10.1002/dvdy.21656
- Issue online: 26 AUG 2008
- Version of Record online: 26 AUG 2008
- Manuscript Accepted: 11 JUN 2008
- Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology of Japan. Grant Number: 15390527
|SuppFigS1.TIF||278K||Supp Fig S1. Spatiotemporal <I>Sfrp2</I> distribution in developing mouse limbs. Whole-mount <I>Sfrp2</I> expression of forelimbs and hindlimbs. (a) 10.5 d.p.c. (b) 11.5 d.p.c. (c) 12.5 d.p.c. (d) 13.5 d.p.c. (e) 14.5 d.p.c.|
|SuppFigS2.TIF||393K||Supp Fig S2. Computational merge of <I>Sfrp2</I> and Alcian blue staining. <I>Progenesis</I> software was used. (a) 12.5 d.p.c. (b) 13.5 d.p.c. (c) 14.5 d.p.c. Red colour represents alcian blue staining positive areas and green colour represents <I>Sfrp2</I> expression.|
|SuppFigS3.TIF||471K||Supp Fig S3. Section in situ analysis of (a) Sfrp1, (b) <I>Wnt4</I>, (c) <I>Sfrp2</I>, (d) <I>Gdf5</I>, (e) <I>Wnt9a</I>, and (f) <I>Sfrp4</I> in developing limbs of wild-type C57BL/6 mice. E15.0, bilateral hindlimbs are shown. Serial sections from the same limbs were analyzed.|
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