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ZFIN ID: ZDB-FIG-080515-5
Marlow et al., 2004 - No tail co-operates with non-canonical Wnt signaling to regulate posterior body morphogenesis in zebrafish. Development (Cambridge, England)   131(1):203-216 Full text @ Development
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Stage: 5-9 somites

Fig. 6 Abnormal cell proliferation cannot account for the tail elongation defects in double mutants. Schematic representation of the dorsal medial paraxial region, where the ratio of phosphorylated-histone-positive cells (green) to papc-expressing cells (red) was determined (A). Confocal images of dorsal posterior section of the wild type (B), ppt (C), kny (D) and ntl (E) mutants, and ppt;ntl (F) and kny;ntl (G) double mutants at five somites, phosphorylated-histone-positive cells (green) and papc-expressing cells (red). (B-G) Scale bar=50 μm.

Gene Expression Details
Gene Antibody Fish Conditions Stage Anatomy Assay
pcdh8 WT standard conditions 5-9 somites adaxial cell ISH
5-9 somites paraxial mesoderm ISH
5-9 somites somite ISH
gpc4m119/m119 standard conditions 5-9 somites adaxial cell ISH
5-9 somites paraxial mesoderm ISH
5-9 somites somite ISH
gpc4m119/m119; tbxtab195/b195 standard conditions 5-9 somites adaxial cell ISH
5-9 somites paraxial mesoderm ISH
5-9 somites somite ISH
tbxtab195/b195 standard conditions 5-9 somites adaxial cell ISH
5-9 somites paraxial mesoderm ISH
5-9 somites somite ISH
wnt5bta98/ta98 standard conditions 5-9 somites adaxial cell ISH
5-9 somites paraxial mesoderm ISH
5-9 somites somite ISH
wnt5bta98/ta98; tbxtab195/b195 standard conditions 5-9 somites adaxial cell ISH
5-9 somites paraxial mesoderm ISH
5-9 somites somite ISH
Antibody Labeling Details No data available
Phenotype Details No data available
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ZFIN wishes to thank the journal Development (Cambridge, England) for permission to reproduce figures from this article. Please note that this material may be protected by copyright. Full text @ Development