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Author Brown, Ashly

Title A Practical Approach to Genetic Inducible Fate Mapping: A Visual Guide to Mark and Track Cells In Vivo
Published Cambridge, MA MyJoVE Corp 2016
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Description online resource (streaming video file)(816 seconds)
Series Biology
Summary Genetic Inducible Fate Mapping (GIFM) marks and tracks cells with fine spatial and temporal control in vivo and elucidates how cells from a specific genetic lineage contribute to developing and adult tissues. Demonstrated here are the techniques required to fate map E12.5 mouse embryos for epifluorescent and explant analysis
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Audience For undergraduate, graduate, and professional students
Notes English
Subject Biology
Form Streaming video