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(A-C) Illustration of a transverse section at E9, E10 and E11.5, respectively, displaying cells which contribute to the DRG in red.


Gay, M. H.-P., Valenta, T., Herr, P., Paratore-Hari, L., Basler, K., & Sommer, L. (2015). Distinct adhesion-independent functions of β-catenin control stage-specific sensory neurogenesis and proliferation. BMC Biology, 13, 24.


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current15:19, 8 October 2018Thumbnail for version as of 15:19, 8 October 2018363 × 144 (107 KB)Z5229597 (talk | contribs)Illustration of a transverse section of the neural tube at E9, E10 and E11.5. The cells that contribute to the DRG are labeled in red.

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