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Nissen et al., 2003 - Zebrafish foxi one modulates cellular responses to Fgf signaling required for the integrity of ear and jaw patterning. Development (Cambridge, England)   130(11):2543-2554 Full text @ Development
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Stage Range: 10-13 somites to Prim-5

Fig. 6 Expression of foo at later stages of development. Detection of foo transcripts in later stages of wild-type embryos. Expression is consistent with both NC cell and future pharyngeal pouch endoderm expression. (A-D) lateral view (top) and dorsal view (bottom) of foo expression at different stages of development. (A) 10- somite stage. (B) 15-somite stage; pharyngeal pouch endoderm of pp1 and pp2 are indicated. (C) 20-somite stage. (D) 26 hpf; broken red lines indicate location of sections shown in F,G. (E) Double in situ hybridization to krox20 and foo in a 10-somite stage embryo. Arrows indicate foo expression in streaming NC cells. (F) Transverse section of a 26 hpf foo in situ hybridized embryo through pp1. Arrow indicates endodermal pouch expression. (G) Transverse section of a 26 hpf foo in situ hybridized embryo through the post-otic region. Arrow indicates foo expression.

Gene Expression Details
Gene Antibody Fish Conditions Stage Anatomy Assay
egr2b WT standard conditions 10-13 somites rhombomere 3 ISH
10-13 somites rhombomere 5 ISH
foxi1 WT standard conditions 10-13 somites neural crest hindbrain ISH
14-19 somites pharyngeal pouch ISH
14-19 somites pharyngeal pouch 1 ISH
20-25 somites pharyngeal pouch ISH
20-25 somites pharyngeal pouch 1 ISH
20-25 somites pharyngeal pouch 2 ISH
Prim-5 pharyngeal pouch ISH
Antibody Labeling Details No data available
Phenotype Details No data available
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