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Biol Open (2020) 9 (2): bio047555.
Published: 11 February 2020
... e40 ), which specifically affects the crb2b long isoform. crb2b e40 mutants are viable and display normal ocular development. However, old crb2b e40 mutant fish develop multiple defects in structures of the anterior segment, which includes the cornea, the iris and the lens. Phenotypes...
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Biol Open (2018) 7 (12): bio036897.
Published: 7 December 2018
... in the earlier stage observed at E14.5. There were also smaller interactions observed 5′ adjacent to the DCR2 region ( Fig. 3 C) as well as at the DCR3 region and the distal 3′ end of the locus which was much more prominent in the P1 lens. We also analyzed chromatin from mouse lenses at stages E16.5 and E17.5...
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Biol Open (2016) 5 (11): 1620–1624.
Published: 15 November 2016
...Ben Steventon; Roberto Mayor; Andrea Streit ABSTRACT Cranial placodes contribute to sensory structures including the inner ear, the lens and olfactory epithelium and the neurons of the cranial sensory ganglia. At neurula stages, placode precursors are interspersed in the ectoderm surrounding...
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Biol Open (2014) 3 (10): 982–994.
Published: 26 September 2014
... ). Classic studies on chick, rat, and mouse lenses revealed that cell proliferation is active in the peripheral zone of lens epithelium, called the “germinative zone”, which is positioned anterior to the equator. In contrast, cell proliferation is low in the anterior-most region ( McAvoy, 1978 ; Modak et al...
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