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Original Figure Explanation Deletion of Spry2 leads to a duplication of the CVP in the posterior tongue. (A) Cartoon showing location of gustatory papillae in the rodent tongue. (B,C) In situ hybridization staining of Shh. Wild-type mice possess a single CVP in the posterior tongue, whereas the CVP is duplicated in Spry2−/− mice (arrowheads). (D,E) SEM images of the tongue at E14.5. Scale bar, 500 µm. (F,G) DAPI fluorescence staining shows that the two CVPs (arrowheads) persist into adulthood in Spry2−/− mice. (D'-G') Higher magnification images of boxed areas. (D',E') Scale bar, 25 µm.

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