Bone Morphogenetic Proteins (BMPs) are critical for pattern formation in many animals. In numerous tissues, BMPs become distributed in spatially non-uniform profiles. The gradients of signaling activity can be detected by a number of biological assays involving fluorescence microscopy. Quantitative analyses of BMP gradients are powerful tools to investigate the regulation of BMP signaling pathways...
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