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Fig. S1Fgf15 and Fgf20 expression in MS or RS at E13.5 or E14.5. Frontal head sections showing no obvious expression of Fgf20 in MS of wild-type at E13.5 (A-C). Frontal head sections showing no obvious expression of Fgf15 (D-F) or Fgf20 (G) in MS or RS of wild-type at E14.5 (D-G).

Table S1 Tooth phenotypes in mice with mutation of Fgf signalling related molecules.

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