Figure 2.

Chromosomes of prophase blastomeres exposed to brief periods of anoxia align near the nuclear membrane. Embryos were exposed to either normoxia (A-C) or 30 minutes of anoxia (D-F), or 24 hours of anoxia (G-I) collected, and stained with DAPI (A, D, G) and the mAb414 to recognize nuclear pore complex (B, E, H). Images were merged (C, F, I) to evaluate prophase chromosome location relative to the nuclear membrane. The letter P is to the left of prophase blastomeres. Scale bar is 10 μM.

Hajeri et al. BMC Cell Biology 2005 6:47   doi:10.1186/1471-2121-6-47
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