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He et al., 2014 - Maternal control of axial-paraxial mesoderm patterning via direct transcriptional repression in zebrafish. Developmental Biology   386(1):96-110 Full text @ Dev. Biol.
ADDITIONAL FIGURES
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Stage Range: 30%-epiboly to Bud

Fig. 5

Vsx1 represses flh to preserve spt and papc expression in the ventolateral margin. The injected reagents are indicated at the top of each column. Riboprobes are indicated at the bottom of each figure. (A–P) Dorsal view of embryos with animal pole towards the top. (A′–P′) Animal pole view of the embryos with dorsal towards the right. Arrow heads indicate that the paraxial mesoderm marker is detected in the presumptive axial mesoderm region in vsx1 overexpression embryos.

Gene Expression Details
Gene Antibody Fish Conditions Stage Anatomy Assay
noto WT standard conditions 30%-epiboly whole organism dorsal region ISH
30%-epiboly to Bud whole organism dorsal region ISH
WT + MO2-vsx1 standard conditions 30%-epiboly whole organism dorsal region ISH
30%-epiboly to Bud whole organism dorsal region ISH
pcdh8 WT standard conditions 30%-epiboly margin ISH
30%-epiboly margin ventro-lateral region ISH
30%-epiboly to Bud margin ISH
30%-epiboly to Bud margin ventro-lateral region ISH
WT + MO2-vsx1 standard conditions 30%-epiboly margin ISH
30%-epiboly margin ventro-lateral region ISH
30%-epiboly to Bud margin ISH
30%-epiboly to Bud margin ventro-lateral region ISH
tbx16 WT standard conditions 30%-epiboly margin ISH
30%-epiboly margin ventro-lateral region ISH
30%-epiboly to Bud margin ISH
30%-epiboly to Bud margin ventro-lateral region ISH
WT + MO2-vsx1 standard conditions 30%-epiboly margin ISH
30%-epiboly margin ventro-lateral region ISH
30%-epiboly to Bud margin ISH
30%-epiboly to Bud margin ventro-lateral region ISH
Antibody Labeling Details No data available
Phenotype Details No data available
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Reprinted from Developmental Biology, 386(1), He, Y., Xu, X., Zhao, S., Ma, S., Sun, L., Liu, Z., and Luo, C., Maternal control of axial-paraxial mesoderm patterning via direct transcriptional repression in zebrafish, 96-110, Copyright (2014) with permission from Elsevier. Full text @ Dev. Biol.