ZFIN ID: ZDB-FIG-141113-2
McGraw et al., 2014 - Kremen1 restricts Dkk activity during posterior lateral line development in zebrafish. Development (Cambridge, England)   141(16):3212-21 Full text @ Development
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Stage Range: Prim-15 to Prim-25

Fig. 2

kremen1, dkk1b and dkk2 are expressed in the pLLP of WT and krm1nl10 mutant embryos. (A-L) Expression of kremen1, dkk1b and dkk2 in the primordia (highlighted by dashed lines) of WT and krm1nl10 embryos at 32 and 40hpf. kremen1 expression is progressively decreased and restricted to the leading zone between 32 and 40hpf in WT (A,C) and krm1nl10 (B,D) embryos. dkk1b is expressed in the mid-zone of the pLLP at 32 and 40hpf in WT (E,G) and krm1nl10 (F,H) embryos. dkk2 is expressed in the mid-zone at 32hpf in WT (I) and mutant (J) primordia. At 40hpf, dkk2 is expressed in the mid-zone of WT pLLP (K) and in the last deposited NM in mutant embryos; faint expression is present throughout the mutant pLLP (L). Scale bar: 20μm.

Gene Expression Details
Gene Antibody Fish Conditions Stage Anatomy Assay
dkk1b WT standard conditions Prim-15 posterior lateral line primordium ISH
Prim-25 posterior lateral line primordium ISH
kremen1nl10/nl10 standard conditions Prim-15 posterior lateral line primordium ISH
Prim-25 posterior lateral line primordium ISH
dkk2 WT standard conditions Prim-15 posterior lateral line primordium ISH
Prim-25 posterior lateral line primordium ISH
kremen1nl10/nl10 standard conditions Prim-15 posterior lateral line primordium ISH
Prim-25 posterior lateral line primordium ISH
kremen1 WT standard conditions Prim-15 posterior lateral line primordium ISH
Prim-25 posterior lateral line primordium ISH
kremen1nl10/nl10 standard conditions Prim-15 posterior lateral line primordium ISH
Prim-25 posterior lateral line primordium ISH
Antibody Labeling Details No data available
Phenotype Details No data available
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