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To unravel regulatory networks of genes functioning during embryonic development, information on in situ gene expression is required. Enormous amounts of such data are available in literature, where each paper reports on a limited number of genes and developmental stages. The best way to make these data accessible is via spatio-temporal gene expression atlases. Eleven atlases, describing developing vertebrates and covering at least 100 genes, were reviewed. This review focuses on: (i) the useddoi:10.1093/nar/gkp819 pmid:19822576 pmcid:PMC2794177 fatcat:b42adqur7zd4bewbbxxzg6gjei