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Figure 6

From: The role of Sox9 in mouse mammary gland development and maintenance of mammary stem and luminal progenitor cells

Figure 6

Sox9 deleted luminal cells are lost over time. (A). LacZ staining of whole mount mammary glands from 5 week old Sox9 cKO (R26R; MMTV-Cre; Sox9fl/fl) mouse. (B). GFP in whole mount 8 week old Sox9 cKO (CAG-EGFP; MMTV-Cre; Sox9fl/fl) was visualized with fluorescence microscope. (C). Section of mammary glands from 5-week old Sox9 cKO (R26R; MMTV-Cre; Sox9fl/fl) mouse, stained with X-gal. (D). Section of mammary glands from 8 week old Sox9 cKO (CAG-EGFP; MMTV-Cre; Sox9fl/fl) mouse, immuno-labeling with anti-GFP (green) and anti-α-SMA (red) antibodies. (E). CD24, GFP FACS analysis of cells isolated from control (CAG-EGFP;MMTV-Cre; Sox9wt/wt) mouse mammary glands. (F). CD24, GFP Flow cytometry analysis of cells isolated from Sox9 deletion (MMTV-Cre; Sox9fl/fl; CAG-EGFP) mouse mammary glands.

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