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ZFIN ID: ZDB-FIG-190715-2
Weger et al., 2018 - Glucocorticoid deficiency causes transcriptional and post-transcriptional reprogramming of glutamine metabolism. EBioMedicine   36:376-389 Full text @ EBioMedicine
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Stage: Day 5
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Stage: Day 5

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Gene Expression Details
Gene Antibody Fish Conditions Stage Anatomy Assay
gls2a WT control Day 5 whole organism RTPCR
WT chemical treatment by environment: dexamethasone Day 5 whole organism RTPCR
fdx1buob205/uob205 control Day 5 whole organism RTPCR
fdx1buob205/uob205 chemical treatment by environment: dexamethasone Day 5 whole organism RTPCR
gls2b WT control Day 5 whole organism RTPCR
WT chemical treatment by environment: dexamethasone Day 5 whole organism RTPCR
fdx1buob205/uob205 control Day 5 whole organism RTPCR
fdx1buob205/uob205 chemical treatment by environment: dexamethasone Day 5 whole organism RTPCR
Antibody Labeling Details No data available
Phenotype Details
Fish Conditions Stage Phenotype
WT chemical treatment by environment: dexamethasone Day 5 whole organism gls2b expression increased amount, abnormal
Day 5 whole organism gls2a expression increased amount, abnormal
fdx1buob205/uob205 control Day 5 whole organism gls2a expression decreased amount, abnormal
Day 5 whole organism gls2b expression decreased amount, abnormal
Day 5 whole organism alanine decreased amount, abnormal
Day 5 whole organism glutamine increased amount, abnormal
Day 5 whole organism histidine decreased amount, abnormal
fdx1buob205/uob205 chemical treatment by environment: dexamethasone Day 5 whole organism gls2a expression increased amount, abnormal
Day 5 whole organism gls2b expression increased amount, abnormal
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