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Zanazzi et al., 2010 - Enrichment and differential targeting of complexins 3 and 4 in ribbon-containing sensory neurons during zebrafish development. Neural Development   5:24 Full text @ Neural Dev.
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Fig. 8 Complexin 3/4 does not co-localize with RIBEYE b in embryonic neuromast hair cells. (A) Embryonic zebrafish at 1.5 dpf were sectioned transversely. Phalloidin (green) and anti-complexin 3/4 (red) were used to probe otic neuromasts. Note that complexin 3/4 is weakly expressed among neuromast hair cell stereocilia at this time (arrowheads). (B) Large RIBEYE b puncta (red) can be observed at the base, and diffuse cytoplasmic immunoreactivity elsewhere, in a couple of neuromast hair cells at 1.5 dpf. (C) Greater numbers of hair cells in an otic neuromast have stereocilia (green) at 2 dpf. These hair cells also have apical complexin 3/4 immunoreactivity (red, arrowheads). (D) At 2 dpf, many hair cells in an otic neuromast have RIBEYE b immunoreactivity (red). Scale bar = 10 μm.

Gene Expression DetailsNo data available
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Antibody Assay Fish Conditions Stage Anatomy
Ab1-cplx3/4 IHC WT standard conditions Prim-25 neuromast hair cell stereocilium
IHC Long-pec neuromast hair cell basal side
IHC Long-pec neuromast hair cell cytoplasm
Ab1-ctbp2l IHC WT standard conditions Prim-25 neuromast hair cell stereocilium
IHC Long-pec neuromast hair cell
Phenotype Details No data available
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