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Conditional disruption of Foxp2 in the mouse brain

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Cell-specific Foxp2 disruption in the cerebral cortex (Ctx), cerebellum (Ceb) and striatum (Str). Images are taken from Foxp2-stained (brown) sagittal sections of conditional knockout and control mice. For more information, please refer to the paper by French et al. on pages 447-462

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French, C.A., Vinueza Veloz, M.F., Zhou, K. et al. Conditional disruption of Foxp2 in the mouse brain. Mol Psychiatry 24, 321 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41380-019-0367-7

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