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Fig. 1 | Epigenetics & Chromatin

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From: PRDM14 controls X-chromosomal and global epigenetic reprogramming of H3K27me3 in migrating mouse primordial germ cells

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Prdm14/ E9.5 embryos have reduced PGC numbers with altered distribution along the hindgut. a Numbers of AP2γ-positive PGCs per embryo across Prdm14 genotypes. Means and 95% confidence intervals are shown as error bars. Kruskal–Wallis test was used for statistical comparison (p < 0.001). b Linear regression of AP2γ-positive PGC numbers versus developmental stage (somite number). R-square values for Prdm14+/+, +/ and / embryos were 0.659, 0.514 and 0.001, respectively. c Image of a E9.5 mouse embryo with PGCs (drawn green dots) migrating along the hindgut divided into four quadrants (Q1–Q4). Scale bar: 250 μm. d Distribution of PGCs along the hindgut across Prdm14 genotypes

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