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Thymic Epithelial Cell Development and Function

Image shows Thymic Epithelial Cell Development and Function in fetal period

FIGURE 4: Continued expression of Isl1 and Foxg1 in the ventral third pouch endoderm/thymus rudiment at E11.5. Parasagittal sections of E11.5 embryos hybridized with Foxn1 (A, E), Nkx2-5 (B, F), Isl1 (C, G) and Foxg1 (D, H) probes. Ventral is on the left and anterior is up. Arrow heads in A–D indicate the third pouch. Scale bar represents 500 (A–D) and 100 µm (E–H).




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--Mark Hill (talk) 13:29 7 November 2014 (EST) Assessment - Figure relates to embryonic thymus development and contains reference, copyright and student template. Species should be identified and this relates to embryonic not fetal development, mouse E11.5 is about embryonic Carnegie stage 14. None of the molecular factors are identified or described further.

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