Nissl-stained histological sections revealed that cKO embryos displayed a dysgenesis of the olfactory bulbs (data not shown) and SE, including an almost complete absence of the midline (15% penetrance, n = 25) that resulted in a mild rostral holoprosencephaly (Figure 1e, e’, e”; Additional data file 2)

Nissl-stained histological sections revealed that cKO embryos displayed a dysgenesis of the olfactory bulbs (data not shown) and SE, including…

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3. Cell surface area trimer and expression formation of truncated DsrA protein. fibronectin binding nor vitronectin binding is necessary for…

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