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Figure 1: Scanning electron micrographs of normal (a) and Raldh2–/– (b) mice, aged 9.5 days.
Figure 2: Raldh2 expression (purple) shown in a 1-day-old chick embryo (a) and superimposed onto an equivalent stage fate map of mouse (ref.17; b).

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