Naihe Jing Bioland Laboratory Guangzhou
1 protocol

Ting Zhang Shanghai Engineering Center for Visual Science and Photomedicine
1 protocol

Lu Song University of California
2 protocols

Yingying Chen University of Chinese Academy of Sciences
1 protocol

Xianfa Yang
  • Associate Professor,
Research focus
  • He is mostly focused on understanding the molecular mechanisms of early embryo development and related primary germ layer formation process.
  • 1 Author merit


University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2013

2 Protocols published
Wholemount in situ Hybridization for Spatial-temporal Visualization of Gene Expression in Early Post-implantation Mouse Embryos
Authors:  Xianfa Yang, Yingying Chen, Lu Song, Ting Zhang and Naihe Jing, date: 11/20/2021, view: 1083, Q&A: 0

Regionalized distribution of genes plays crucial roles in the formation of the spatial pattern in tissues and embryos during development. In situ hybridization has been one of the most widely used methods to screen, identify, and validate the

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