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DIC image of a living mouse egg shortly before fusion of the two pronuclei. In this focal plane the female pronucleus displays a single large nuclear body, whereas the slightly larger male pronucleus shows one small and two large bodies. The polar body nucleus also appears to contain a small nuclear body. Note the superficial similarity to the induced nuclear bodies of Drosophila.
 
DIC image of a living mouse egg shortly before fusion of the two pronuclei. In this focal plane the female pronucleus displays a single large nuclear body, whereas the slightly larger male pronucleus shows one small and two large bodies. The polar body nucleus also appears to contain a small nuclear body. Note the superficial similarity to the induced nuclear bodies of Drosophila.
  
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Mouse Pronuclei

DIC image of a living mouse egg shortly before fusion of the two pronuclei. In this focal plane the female pronucleus displays a single large nuclear body, whereas the slightly larger male pronucleus shows one small and two large bodies. The polar body nucleus also appears to contain a small nuclear body. Note the superficial similarity to the induced nuclear bodies of Drosophila.


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<pubmed>21941118</pubmed>| Nucleus

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