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The zebrafish hoxDb cluster has been reduced to a single microRNA

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  1. Supplementary Fig. 1

    LAGAN Vista plot of the zebrafish hoxDb cluster with the human hoxD cluster. (PDF 146 kb)

  2. Supplementary Table 1

    LNA probe sequences. (PDF 10 kb)

  3. Supplementary Methods (PDF 11 kb)

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Figure 1: Genomics and expression of mir-10d and the hoxDb cluster.