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Analysis of Mouse Stage E13.5 Specific Gene Expression

1140 transcripts were found to be significantly up-regulated exclusively at one developmental time point. A large fraction of these stage specific genes were found to be novel, in particular at E13.5 only 5% of the transcripts had confirmed musculoskeletal knockout phenotypes and 6% of the genes have been validated by in situ hybridization. A survey of available in situ expression profiles for genes with peak expression levels at E13.5 revealed that they display a wide range of patterns, and include closely related members of gene families such as Irx, Smarc and zinc finger transcription factors.


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Gene Expression Patterns: E9.5 | E10.5 | E11.5 | E12.5 | E13.5 | Lmx1b | Forelimb | Tbx5 | Fbxo41 | Hoxc5 | Hoxb5 | Prdm1 | Hoxb6 | Etv2 | Egr1 | Figf | Sp6 | Cited1 | Prox1 | SmarcD2 | Echdc1 | Sim2 | Hindlimb | Tbx4 | Ptx1 | Hoxc10 | Hoxc9 | Dmrt2

Reference

Taher L, Collette NM, Murugesh D, Maxwell E, Ovcharenko I & Loots GG. (2011). Global gene expression analysis of murine limb development. PLoS ONE , 6, e28358. PMID: 22174793 DOI.

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Figure 6. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0028358.g006

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