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  • n. phosphoimager


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  • After electrophoresis on 7% TGE-polyacrylamide gel, the gel was dried and autoradiographed in a phosphorimager.

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  • The microarrays were exposed to phosphorimager screens for 3 days.

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  • Gels were vacuum dried, and Dvl1-3 protein bands were quantitated using a Typhoon phosphorimager with ImageQuant software (Molecular Dynamics).

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  • 33P-labelled sense and antisense riboprobes were hybridized to serial parasagittal sections of additional (n = 4-6) adult male zebra finches followed by phosphorimager autoradiography (Typhoon 9410, GE Healthcare) for a global assessment of brain mRNA distribution, or emulsion autoradiography followed by Nissl (cresyl violet or toluidine blue) counterstaining for regional and cellular analysis.

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  • The resolved radioactive bands were visualized by using phosphorimager (model-FLA-9000, FUJIFILM Corporation, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan) and the band intensity was quantified by using the Multi Gauge software (FUJIFILM Corporation, Minato-ku,

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