ZFIN ID: ZDB-FISH-150901-5347
Fish name: s939Tg
Genotype: s939Tg
Targeting Reagent: none
HUMAN DISEASE MODELED by s939Tg
No data available
GENE EXPRESSION
Gene expression in s939Tg
RNA expression No data available
PHENOTYPE
Phenotype in s939Tg
Phenotype Conditions Figures
bile canaliculus malformed, abnormal chemical treatment by environment: XAV939 Fig. 1 from So et al., 2017
bile canaliculus malformed, abnormal chemical treatment by environment: CHIR 99021 Fig. 2 from So et al., 2017
bile ductule decreased length, abnormal chemical treatment by environment: CHIR 99021 Fig. 2 from So et al., 2017
bile ductule decreased length, abnormal chemical treatment by environment: XAV939 Fig. 1Fig. 6 from So et al., 2017
bile ductule disconnected, abnormal chemical treatment by environment: CHIR 99021 Fig. 2 from So et al., 2017
bile ductule disconnected, abnormal chemical treatment by environment: XAV939 Fig. 1 from So et al., 2017
bile ductule increased thickness, abnormal chemical treatment by environment: XAV939 Fig. 1 from So et al., 2017
bile ductule increased thickness, abnormal chemical treatment by environment: CHIR 99021 Fig. 2 from So et al., 2017
bile ductule malformed, abnormal chemical treatment by environment: XAV939 Fig. 1 from So et al., 2017
bile ductule malformed, abnormal chemical treatment by environment: CHIR 99021 Fig. 2 from So et al., 2017
cholangiocyte aggregated, abnormal chemical treatment: tyrphostin AG 1478 Fig. 4 with image from Ningappa et al., 2015
intrahepatic bile duct development disrupted, abnormal chemical treatment: tyrphostin AG 1478 Fig. 4 with image from Ningappa et al., 2015
intrahepatic bile duct epithelial cell increased amount, abnormal chemical treatment by environment: dimethyloxalylglycine FIGURE 7 with image from Min et al., 2020
liver and biliary system cell population proliferation process quality, normal chemical treatment: tyrphostin AG 1478 Fig. S7 with image from Ningappa et al., 2015
primary islet mCherry expression increased distribution, abnormal chemical treatment by environment: hydrogen peroxide Fig. 5 with image from Ahmed Alfar et al., 2017
primary islet pancreatic B cell mCherry expression increased distribution, abnormal chemical treatment by environment: hydrogen peroxide Fig. 5 with image from Ahmed Alfar et al., 2017

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