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Frohnhöfer et al., 2016 - Spermidine, but not spermine, is essential for pigment pattern formation in zebrafish
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Fig. 5

idefix mutants show a maternal-effect lethal phenotype. Wild-type embryos and larvae (A-C) and maternal-zygotic idefix mutants (D-I, ide-/- mat. & zyg.) derived from an incross of two homozygous fish are shown at 4h post fertilization (hpf), 26hpf and 3days post fertilization (dpf). A variable proportion of the mutants show morphological defects, which become apparent at different developmental stages; examples were selected to illustrate the most severe phenotypes. Scale bars: 0.5mm.

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Stage Range: Sphere to Days 7-13

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