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Ahmadifar M, Jarban Z, Gordan M M, Reihani S. A comparative study of SOX9, HOXA10 and OCT4 gene expression in human and Zebrafish reproduction and embryogenesis. Mod Med Lab J 2021; 4 (2) :1-15
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So far, many studies have been conducted on the importance of expressing different genes in humans and zebrafish. In this regard, the expression of OCT4, HOX and SOX genes as influential genes in the embryonic period is very thought-provoking. At different embryonic stages, including morula, middle blastula, gastrula, and segmentation, the expression of these genes is very important in the growth, immunity, tissue repair, and viability of different cells. The aim of this study was to investigate the expression of common genes between humans and zebrafish in the embryonic period and their efficiency in different parts of the body.
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