Arévalo et al., 2018 - Generation and Characterization of Antibodies against Opioid Receptors from Zebrafish. International Journal of Molecular Sciences   19(1) Full text @ Int. J. Mol. Sci.

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Fig. 4

Antibodies against MOR, DOR1 and DOR2 recognize endogenous receptors in zebrafish embryos by immunohistochemistry. (A) Lateral and dorsal views of opioid receptors protein distribution in zebrafish embryos by whole-mount immunohistochemistry at 48 hpf. Embryos were processed as described in the Material and Methods section and subjected to immunohistochemistry with rabbit IgGs (Control), MOR, DOR1 or DOR2 antibodies for panels a, b, c and d, respectively. Magnified trunk (a′, b′, c′ and d′) and head panels (a′′, b′′, c′′ and d′′) are shown. Scale bar: 250 µm. Abbreviations: T: telencephalon; D: diencephalon; Hb: hindbrain; red asterisk: somite. A representative experiment is shown (n = 3); (B) Lateral and dorsal views of opioid receptors protein distribution in zebrafish embryos injected with the corresponding morpholino by whole-mount immunohistochemistry at 48 hpf. Embryos were injected with morpholinos specific to different opioid receptors at the one-to-four-cell stage in the yolk (panels a, b and c). Magnified trunk (a′, b′ and c′) and head panels (a′′, b′′ and c′′) are shown. Scale bar: 250 µm. Note the reduced signal in embryos injected with the corresponding morpholino compared to non-injected embryos (panel (A)). A representative experiment is shown (n = 3). (C) Lateral and dorsal views of opioid receptors mRNA distribution in zebrafish embryos by whole-mount in situ hybridization at 48 hpf. Expression of opioid receptor mRNA using no probe (a) and antisense probes against MOR (b), DOR1 (c) and DOR2 (d) are shown. Magnified trunk (b′, c′ and d′) and head panels (b′′, c′′ and d′′) are shown; red asterisk: somite. Scale bar: 250 µm. A representative experiment is shown (n = 3).

Fig. 5

Antibodies against MOR, DOR1 and DOR2 recognize endogenous receptors in zebrafish larval sections by immunohistochemistry. Lateral (a, b, c, d) and dorsal (e, f, g, h) views of opioid receptors protein distribution in head and spinal cord sections from zebrafish larvae 5 days post fertilization. Sections were obtained as described in the Materials and Methods section and subjected to immunohistochemistry with rabbit IgGs (Control), MOR, DOR1 or DOR2 antibodies. Abbreviations: hypothalamus (H), hindbrain (Hb), inferior lobullum (IL), interpeduncular nucleus (IN), medulla oblongata (MO), optic tectum (OT), pallium (P), semicircular canal (SC) and telencephalon (T). A representative experiment is shown (n = 3). Scale bar: 100 µm. A representative experiment is shown (n = 3).

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