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. Abbreviations, NCx, neocortex; H, hippocampus; (s)vz, (sub)ventricular zone; iz, intermediate zone; cp, cortical plate; mz, marginal zone Supporting Information 7. Expression of Cdhr23 and Cdhr15 in neurons migrating from MGE explants of wild-type, Cdhr23 -/-, and Cdrh15 -/-mouse embryos (A) Coronal section of the telencephalon of a Nkx2.1-cre:Rosa-tdTomato E15.5 mouse embryo, immunostained for tdTomato and cdhr15 (upper panel), and detailed view of the neocortex (lower panel). (B, C) Representative MGE explants from wild-type, E13.5 embryos cultured for 24 hours on a laminin substrate, with quantification of the migration area (B), or cultured for 19 hours on a cdh2/laminin substrate (C) with magnifications of migrating neurons