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Occurrence of stapes-facial canal connectivity in adult <i>Pou3f4</i> and <i>Efnb2</i> single and compound mutant mice.

By Steven Raft (642051), Thomas M. Coate (642052), Matthew W. Kelley (458456), E. Bryan Crenshaw III (642053) and Doris K. Wu (43988)

Abstract

a<p> sample size refers to the number of ears analyzed.</p><p>* 0.02</p><p>** p<0.0001; all pairwise Fisher's exact tests were performed relative to the <i>Pou3f4</i><sup>Cre/Y</sup>; <i>Efnb2</i><sup>+/+</sup> genotype. Statistical significance set at P<0.05.</p><p>Occurrence of stapes-facial canal connectivity in adult <i>Pou3f4</i> and <i>Efnb2</i> single and compound mutant mice.</p

Topics: Biological Sciences, Pou 3f transcription factor activity, bone abnormalities, Pou 3f Regulation, Efnb 2 expression, middle ear mesenchyme, styloid process, mutant, DFNX, Efnb 2 gene expression domains, Pou 3f hemizygous, Pou 3f, bone encases conductive
Year: 2014
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0109043.t002
OAI identifier: oai:figshare.com:article/1199681
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