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    Thermo Fisher m mulv reverse transcriptase
    M Mulv Reverse Transcriptase, supplied by Thermo Fisher, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 90/100, based on 3130 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Thermo Fisher alexa fluor 680 conjugated goat anti rabbit
    Alexa Fluor 680 Conjugated Goat Anti Rabbit, supplied by Thermo Fisher, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 99/100, based on 60 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Thermo Fisher xacvr1b
    Endogenous localization of let-7a and miR-18a in early vertebrate embryos. ( A – F ) In situ hybridization showing endogenous let-7a and miR-18a in E7 mouse embryos viewed in whole-mount ( A , D ) or transverse histological section ( B , E ). ( C , F ) High-magnification view distinguishing epiblast mesoderm and endoderm layers. Note the abundant expression of let-7a ( A–C ) and miR-18a ( D–F ) in ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm. ( G – R ) Endogenous Xlet-7a in cleavage stage Xenopus embryos showing expression in the animal hemisphere (presumptive ectoderm and mesoderm). ( S – Z ) Endogenous Xlet-7a expression in gastrula stage (stage 10.5) Xenopus embryos. View of the mesoderm in the equatorial region marked by Xbra ( S ) and involuting endoderm marked by X sox17α ( T ) reveals overlap with Xlet-7a prominently in mesoderm ( U ). ( V–Z ) Transverse sections show expression domains of Xbra ( V ), XleftyA ( W ), and X sox17α ( X ) relative to Xlet-7a ( Y ), revealing that the miR is present in both ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm and is nonoverlapping with XleftyA but coincident with <t>Xacvr1b</t> ( Z ) mRNAs.
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    Thermo Fisher megascript kit
    Endogenous localization of let-7a and miR-18a in early vertebrate embryos. ( A – F ) In situ hybridization showing endogenous let-7a and miR-18a in E7 mouse embryos viewed in whole-mount ( A , D ) or transverse histological section ( B , E ). ( C , F ) High-magnification view distinguishing epiblast mesoderm and endoderm layers. Note the abundant expression of let-7a ( A–C ) and miR-18a ( D–F ) in ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm. ( G – R ) Endogenous Xlet-7a in cleavage stage Xenopus embryos showing expression in the animal hemisphere (presumptive ectoderm and mesoderm). ( S – Z ) Endogenous Xlet-7a expression in gastrula stage (stage 10.5) Xenopus embryos. View of the mesoderm in the equatorial region marked by Xbra ( S ) and involuting endoderm marked by X sox17α ( T ) reveals overlap with Xlet-7a prominently in mesoderm ( U ). ( V–Z ) Transverse sections show expression domains of Xbra ( V ), XleftyA ( W ), and X sox17α ( X ) relative to Xlet-7a ( Y ), revealing that the miR is present in both ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm and is nonoverlapping with XleftyA but coincident with <t>Xacvr1b</t> ( Z ) mRNAs.
    Megascript Kit, supplied by Thermo Fisher, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 90/100, based on 3531 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Thermo Fisher t7 rna polymerase
    Endogenous localization of let-7a and miR-18a in early vertebrate embryos. ( A – F ) In situ hybridization showing endogenous let-7a and miR-18a in E7 mouse embryos viewed in whole-mount ( A , D ) or transverse histological section ( B , E ). ( C , F ) High-magnification view distinguishing epiblast mesoderm and endoderm layers. Note the abundant expression of let-7a ( A–C ) and miR-18a ( D–F ) in ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm. ( G – R ) Endogenous Xlet-7a in cleavage stage Xenopus embryos showing expression in the animal hemisphere (presumptive ectoderm and mesoderm). ( S – Z ) Endogenous Xlet-7a expression in gastrula stage (stage 10.5) Xenopus embryos. View of the mesoderm in the equatorial region marked by Xbra ( S ) and involuting endoderm marked by X sox17α ( T ) reveals overlap with Xlet-7a prominently in mesoderm ( U ). ( V–Z ) Transverse sections show expression domains of Xbra ( V ), XleftyA ( W ), and X sox17α ( X ) relative to Xlet-7a ( Y ), revealing that the miR is present in both ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm and is nonoverlapping with XleftyA but coincident with <t>Xacvr1b</t> ( Z ) mRNAs.
    T7 Rna Polymerase, supplied by Thermo Fisher, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 90/100, based on 9704 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Thermo Fisher mmessage mmachine kit
    Endogenous localization of let-7a and miR-18a in early vertebrate embryos. ( A – F ) In situ hybridization showing endogenous let-7a and miR-18a in E7 mouse embryos viewed in whole-mount ( A , D ) or transverse histological section ( B , E ). ( C , F ) High-magnification view distinguishing epiblast mesoderm and endoderm layers. Note the abundant expression of let-7a ( A–C ) and miR-18a ( D–F ) in ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm. ( G – R ) Endogenous Xlet-7a in cleavage stage Xenopus embryos showing expression in the animal hemisphere (presumptive ectoderm and mesoderm). ( S – Z ) Endogenous Xlet-7a expression in gastrula stage (stage 10.5) Xenopus embryos. View of the mesoderm in the equatorial region marked by Xbra ( S ) and involuting endoderm marked by X sox17α ( T ) reveals overlap with Xlet-7a prominently in mesoderm ( U ). ( V–Z ) Transverse sections show expression domains of Xbra ( V ), XleftyA ( W ), and X sox17α ( X ) relative to Xlet-7a ( Y ), revealing that the miR is present in both ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm and is nonoverlapping with XleftyA but coincident with <t>Xacvr1b</t> ( Z ) mRNAs.
    Mmessage Mmachine Kit, supplied by Thermo Fisher, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 99/100, based on 848 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Thermo Fisher trizol reagent
    Endogenous localization of let-7a and miR-18a in early vertebrate embryos. ( A – F ) In situ hybridization showing endogenous let-7a and miR-18a in E7 mouse embryos viewed in whole-mount ( A , D ) or transverse histological section ( B , E ). ( C , F ) High-magnification view distinguishing epiblast mesoderm and endoderm layers. Note the abundant expression of let-7a ( A–C ) and miR-18a ( D–F ) in ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm. ( G – R ) Endogenous Xlet-7a in cleavage stage Xenopus embryos showing expression in the animal hemisphere (presumptive ectoderm and mesoderm). ( S – Z ) Endogenous Xlet-7a expression in gastrula stage (stage 10.5) Xenopus embryos. View of the mesoderm in the equatorial region marked by Xbra ( S ) and involuting endoderm marked by X sox17α ( T ) reveals overlap with Xlet-7a prominently in mesoderm ( U ). ( V–Z ) Transverse sections show expression domains of Xbra ( V ), XleftyA ( W ), and X sox17α ( X ) relative to Xlet-7a ( Y ), revealing that the miR is present in both ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm and is nonoverlapping with XleftyA but coincident with <t>Xacvr1b</t> ( Z ) mRNAs.
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    Thermo Fisher superscript first strand synthesis system
    Endogenous localization of let-7a and miR-18a in early vertebrate embryos. ( A – F ) In situ hybridization showing endogenous let-7a and miR-18a in E7 mouse embryos viewed in whole-mount ( A , D ) or transverse histological section ( B , E ). ( C , F ) High-magnification view distinguishing epiblast mesoderm and endoderm layers. Note the abundant expression of let-7a ( A–C ) and miR-18a ( D–F ) in ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm. ( G – R ) Endogenous Xlet-7a in cleavage stage Xenopus embryos showing expression in the animal hemisphere (presumptive ectoderm and mesoderm). ( S – Z ) Endogenous Xlet-7a expression in gastrula stage (stage 10.5) Xenopus embryos. View of the mesoderm in the equatorial region marked by Xbra ( S ) and involuting endoderm marked by X sox17α ( T ) reveals overlap with Xlet-7a prominently in mesoderm ( U ). ( V–Z ) Transverse sections show expression domains of Xbra ( V ), XleftyA ( W ), and X sox17α ( X ) relative to Xlet-7a ( Y ), revealing that the miR is present in both ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm and is nonoverlapping with XleftyA but coincident with <t>Xacvr1b</t> ( Z ) mRNAs.
    Superscript First Strand Synthesis System, supplied by Thermo Fisher, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 90/100, based on 20948 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Thermo Fisher taqman rt reagents
    Endogenous localization of let-7a and miR-18a in early vertebrate embryos. ( A – F ) In situ hybridization showing endogenous let-7a and miR-18a in E7 mouse embryos viewed in whole-mount ( A , D ) or transverse histological section ( B , E ). ( C , F ) High-magnification view distinguishing epiblast mesoderm and endoderm layers. Note the abundant expression of let-7a ( A–C ) and miR-18a ( D–F ) in ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm. ( G – R ) Endogenous Xlet-7a in cleavage stage Xenopus embryos showing expression in the animal hemisphere (presumptive ectoderm and mesoderm). ( S – Z ) Endogenous Xlet-7a expression in gastrula stage (stage 10.5) Xenopus embryos. View of the mesoderm in the equatorial region marked by Xbra ( S ) and involuting endoderm marked by X sox17α ( T ) reveals overlap with Xlet-7a prominently in mesoderm ( U ). ( V–Z ) Transverse sections show expression domains of Xbra ( V ), XleftyA ( W ), and X sox17α ( X ) relative to Xlet-7a ( Y ), revealing that the miR is present in both ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm and is nonoverlapping with XleftyA but coincident with <t>Xacvr1b</t> ( Z ) mRNAs.
    Taqman Rt Reagents, supplied by Thermo Fisher, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 90/100, based on 658 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Thermo Fisher superscript iii first strand synthesis kit
    Endogenous localization of let-7a and miR-18a in early vertebrate embryos. ( A – F ) In situ hybridization showing endogenous let-7a and miR-18a in E7 mouse embryos viewed in whole-mount ( A , D ) or transverse histological section ( B , E ). ( C , F ) High-magnification view distinguishing epiblast mesoderm and endoderm layers. Note the abundant expression of let-7a ( A–C ) and miR-18a ( D–F ) in ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm. ( G – R ) Endogenous Xlet-7a in cleavage stage Xenopus embryos showing expression in the animal hemisphere (presumptive ectoderm and mesoderm). ( S – Z ) Endogenous Xlet-7a expression in gastrula stage (stage 10.5) Xenopus embryos. View of the mesoderm in the equatorial region marked by Xbra ( S ) and involuting endoderm marked by X sox17α ( T ) reveals overlap with Xlet-7a prominently in mesoderm ( U ). ( V–Z ) Transverse sections show expression domains of Xbra ( V ), XleftyA ( W ), and X sox17α ( X ) relative to Xlet-7a ( Y ), revealing that the miR is present in both ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm and is nonoverlapping with XleftyA but coincident with <t>Xacvr1b</t> ( Z ) mRNAs.
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    Thermo Fisher revertaidtm first strand cdna synthesis kit
    Endogenous localization of let-7a and miR-18a in early vertebrate embryos. ( A – F ) In situ hybridization showing endogenous let-7a and miR-18a in E7 mouse embryos viewed in whole-mount ( A , D ) or transverse histological section ( B , E ). ( C , F ) High-magnification view distinguishing epiblast mesoderm and endoderm layers. Note the abundant expression of let-7a ( A–C ) and miR-18a ( D–F ) in ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm. ( G – R ) Endogenous Xlet-7a in cleavage stage Xenopus embryos showing expression in the animal hemisphere (presumptive ectoderm and mesoderm). ( S – Z ) Endogenous Xlet-7a expression in gastrula stage (stage 10.5) Xenopus embryos. View of the mesoderm in the equatorial region marked by Xbra ( S ) and involuting endoderm marked by X sox17α ( T ) reveals overlap with Xlet-7a prominently in mesoderm ( U ). ( V–Z ) Transverse sections show expression domains of Xbra ( V ), XleftyA ( W ), and X sox17α ( X ) relative to Xlet-7a ( Y ), revealing that the miR is present in both ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm and is nonoverlapping with XleftyA but coincident with <t>Xacvr1b</t> ( Z ) mRNAs.
    Revertaidtm First Strand Cdna Synthesis Kit, supplied by Thermo Fisher, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 90/100, based on 21 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Thermo Fisher rnase free dnase i
    Endogenous localization of let-7a and miR-18a in early vertebrate embryos. ( A – F ) In situ hybridization showing endogenous let-7a and miR-18a in E7 mouse embryos viewed in whole-mount ( A , D ) or transverse histological section ( B , E ). ( C , F ) High-magnification view distinguishing epiblast mesoderm and endoderm layers. Note the abundant expression of let-7a ( A–C ) and miR-18a ( D–F ) in ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm. ( G – R ) Endogenous Xlet-7a in cleavage stage Xenopus embryos showing expression in the animal hemisphere (presumptive ectoderm and mesoderm). ( S – Z ) Endogenous Xlet-7a expression in gastrula stage (stage 10.5) Xenopus embryos. View of the mesoderm in the equatorial region marked by Xbra ( S ) and involuting endoderm marked by X sox17α ( T ) reveals overlap with Xlet-7a prominently in mesoderm ( U ). ( V–Z ) Transverse sections show expression domains of Xbra ( V ), XleftyA ( W ), and X sox17α ( X ) relative to Xlet-7a ( Y ), revealing that the miR is present in both ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm and is nonoverlapping with XleftyA but coincident with <t>Xacvr1b</t> ( Z ) mRNAs.
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    Thermo Fisher pcr2 1
    Endogenous localization of let-7a and miR-18a in early vertebrate embryos. ( A – F ) In situ hybridization showing endogenous let-7a and miR-18a in E7 mouse embryos viewed in whole-mount ( A , D ) or transverse histological section ( B , E ). ( C , F ) High-magnification view distinguishing epiblast mesoderm and endoderm layers. Note the abundant expression of let-7a ( A–C ) and miR-18a ( D–F ) in ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm. ( G – R ) Endogenous Xlet-7a in cleavage stage Xenopus embryos showing expression in the animal hemisphere (presumptive ectoderm and mesoderm). ( S – Z ) Endogenous Xlet-7a expression in gastrula stage (stage 10.5) Xenopus embryos. View of the mesoderm in the equatorial region marked by Xbra ( S ) and involuting endoderm marked by X sox17α ( T ) reveals overlap with Xlet-7a prominently in mesoderm ( U ). ( V–Z ) Transverse sections show expression domains of Xbra ( V ), XleftyA ( W ), and X sox17α ( X ) relative to Xlet-7a ( Y ), revealing that the miR is present in both ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm and is nonoverlapping with XleftyA but coincident with <t>Xacvr1b</t> ( Z ) mRNAs.
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    Thermo Fisher alexa488 coupled phalloidin
    Endogenous localization of let-7a and miR-18a in early vertebrate embryos. ( A – F ) In situ hybridization showing endogenous let-7a and miR-18a in E7 mouse embryos viewed in whole-mount ( A , D ) or transverse histological section ( B , E ). ( C , F ) High-magnification view distinguishing epiblast mesoderm and endoderm layers. Note the abundant expression of let-7a ( A–C ) and miR-18a ( D–F ) in ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm. ( G – R ) Endogenous Xlet-7a in cleavage stage Xenopus embryos showing expression in the animal hemisphere (presumptive ectoderm and mesoderm). ( S – Z ) Endogenous Xlet-7a expression in gastrula stage (stage 10.5) Xenopus embryos. View of the mesoderm in the equatorial region marked by Xbra ( S ) and involuting endoderm marked by X sox17α ( T ) reveals overlap with Xlet-7a prominently in mesoderm ( U ). ( V–Z ) Transverse sections show expression domains of Xbra ( V ), XleftyA ( W ), and X sox17α ( X ) relative to Xlet-7a ( Y ), revealing that the miR is present in both ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm and is nonoverlapping with XleftyA but coincident with <t>Xacvr1b</t> ( Z ) mRNAs.
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    Thermo Fisher superscript iii
    Endogenous localization of let-7a and miR-18a in early vertebrate embryos. ( A – F ) In situ hybridization showing endogenous let-7a and miR-18a in E7 mouse embryos viewed in whole-mount ( A , D ) or transverse histological section ( B , E ). ( C , F ) High-magnification view distinguishing epiblast mesoderm and endoderm layers. Note the abundant expression of let-7a ( A–C ) and miR-18a ( D–F ) in ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm. ( G – R ) Endogenous Xlet-7a in cleavage stage Xenopus embryos showing expression in the animal hemisphere (presumptive ectoderm and mesoderm). ( S – Z ) Endogenous Xlet-7a expression in gastrula stage (stage 10.5) Xenopus embryos. View of the mesoderm in the equatorial region marked by Xbra ( S ) and involuting endoderm marked by X sox17α ( T ) reveals overlap with Xlet-7a prominently in mesoderm ( U ). ( V–Z ) Transverse sections show expression domains of Xbra ( V ), XleftyA ( W ), and X sox17α ( X ) relative to Xlet-7a ( Y ), revealing that the miR is present in both ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm and is nonoverlapping with XleftyA but coincident with <t>Xacvr1b</t> ( Z ) mRNAs.
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    Thermo Fisher superscript ii reverse transcriptase
    Endogenous localization of let-7a and miR-18a in early vertebrate embryos. ( A – F ) In situ hybridization showing endogenous let-7a and miR-18a in E7 mouse embryos viewed in whole-mount ( A , D ) or transverse histological section ( B , E ). ( C , F ) High-magnification view distinguishing epiblast mesoderm and endoderm layers. Note the abundant expression of let-7a ( A–C ) and miR-18a ( D–F ) in ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm. ( G – R ) Endogenous Xlet-7a in cleavage stage Xenopus embryos showing expression in the animal hemisphere (presumptive ectoderm and mesoderm). ( S – Z ) Endogenous Xlet-7a expression in gastrula stage (stage 10.5) Xenopus embryos. View of the mesoderm in the equatorial region marked by Xbra ( S ) and involuting endoderm marked by X sox17α ( T ) reveals overlap with Xlet-7a prominently in mesoderm ( U ). ( V–Z ) Transverse sections show expression domains of Xbra ( V ), XleftyA ( W ), and X sox17α ( X ) relative to Xlet-7a ( Y ), revealing that the miR is present in both ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm and is nonoverlapping with XleftyA but coincident with <t>Xacvr1b</t> ( Z ) mRNAs.
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    Thermo Fisher synthetic dna
    Endogenous localization of let-7a and miR-18a in early vertebrate embryos. ( A – F ) In situ hybridization showing endogenous let-7a and miR-18a in E7 mouse embryos viewed in whole-mount ( A , D ) or transverse histological section ( B , E ). ( C , F ) High-magnification view distinguishing epiblast mesoderm and endoderm layers. Note the abundant expression of let-7a ( A–C ) and miR-18a ( D–F ) in ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm. ( G – R ) Endogenous Xlet-7a in cleavage stage Xenopus embryos showing expression in the animal hemisphere (presumptive ectoderm and mesoderm). ( S – Z ) Endogenous Xlet-7a expression in gastrula stage (stage 10.5) Xenopus embryos. View of the mesoderm in the equatorial region marked by Xbra ( S ) and involuting endoderm marked by X sox17α ( T ) reveals overlap with Xlet-7a prominently in mesoderm ( U ). ( V–Z ) Transverse sections show expression domains of Xbra ( V ), XleftyA ( W ), and X sox17α ( X ) relative to Xlet-7a ( Y ), revealing that the miR is present in both ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm and is nonoverlapping with XleftyA but coincident with <t>Xacvr1b</t> ( Z ) mRNAs.
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    Thermo Fisher vector pcrii topo
    Endogenous localization of let-7a and miR-18a in early vertebrate embryos. ( A – F ) In situ hybridization showing endogenous let-7a and miR-18a in E7 mouse embryos viewed in whole-mount ( A , D ) or transverse histological section ( B , E ). ( C , F ) High-magnification view distinguishing epiblast mesoderm and endoderm layers. Note the abundant expression of let-7a ( A–C ) and miR-18a ( D–F ) in ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm. ( G – R ) Endogenous Xlet-7a in cleavage stage Xenopus embryos showing expression in the animal hemisphere (presumptive ectoderm and mesoderm). ( S – Z ) Endogenous Xlet-7a expression in gastrula stage (stage 10.5) Xenopus embryos. View of the mesoderm in the equatorial region marked by Xbra ( S ) and involuting endoderm marked by X sox17α ( T ) reveals overlap with Xlet-7a prominently in mesoderm ( U ). ( V–Z ) Transverse sections show expression domains of Xbra ( V ), XleftyA ( W ), and X sox17α ( X ) relative to Xlet-7a ( Y ), revealing that the miR is present in both ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm and is nonoverlapping with XleftyA but coincident with <t>Xacvr1b</t> ( Z ) mRNAs.
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    Endogenous localization of let-7a and miR-18a in early vertebrate embryos. ( A – F ) In situ hybridization showing endogenous let-7a and miR-18a in E7 mouse embryos viewed in whole-mount ( A , D ) or transverse histological section ( B , E ). ( C , F ) High-magnification view distinguishing epiblast mesoderm and endoderm layers. Note the abundant expression of let-7a ( A–C ) and miR-18a ( D–F ) in ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm. ( G – R ) Endogenous Xlet-7a in cleavage stage Xenopus embryos showing expression in the animal hemisphere (presumptive ectoderm and mesoderm). ( S – Z ) Endogenous Xlet-7a expression in gastrula stage (stage 10.5) Xenopus embryos. View of the mesoderm in the equatorial region marked by Xbra ( S ) and involuting endoderm marked by X sox17α ( T ) reveals overlap with Xlet-7a prominently in mesoderm ( U ). ( V–Z ) Transverse sections show expression domains of Xbra ( V ), XleftyA ( W ), and X sox17α ( X ) relative to Xlet-7a ( Y ), revealing that the miR is present in both ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm and is nonoverlapping with XleftyA but coincident with Xacvr1b ( Z ) mRNAs.

    Journal: Genes & Development

    Article Title: Whole-genome microRNA screening identifies let-7 and mir-18 as regulators of germ layer formation during early embryogenesis

    doi: 10.1101/gad.200758.112

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Endogenous localization of let-7a and miR-18a in early vertebrate embryos. ( A – F ) In situ hybridization showing endogenous let-7a and miR-18a in E7 mouse embryos viewed in whole-mount ( A , D ) or transverse histological section ( B , E ). ( C , F ) High-magnification view distinguishing epiblast mesoderm and endoderm layers. Note the abundant expression of let-7a ( A–C ) and miR-18a ( D–F ) in ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm. ( G – R ) Endogenous Xlet-7a in cleavage stage Xenopus embryos showing expression in the animal hemisphere (presumptive ectoderm and mesoderm). ( S – Z ) Endogenous Xlet-7a expression in gastrula stage (stage 10.5) Xenopus embryos. View of the mesoderm in the equatorial region marked by Xbra ( S ) and involuting endoderm marked by X sox17α ( T ) reveals overlap with Xlet-7a prominently in mesoderm ( U ). ( V–Z ) Transverse sections show expression domains of Xbra ( V ), XleftyA ( W ), and X sox17α ( X ) relative to Xlet-7a ( Y ), revealing that the miR is present in both ectoderm and mesoderm but not in endoderm and is nonoverlapping with XleftyA but coincident with Xacvr1b ( Z ) mRNAs.

    Article Snippet: In situ hybridization for Xbra , Xsox17α , XleftyA , Xfoxa2 , and Xacvr1b (Open Biosystems, EXL1051-7575674) was carried out as previously described ( ).

    Techniques: In Situ Hybridization, Expressing