ZFIN ID: ZDB-FIG-060929-8
Liu et al., 2006 - Endothelium is required for the promotion of interrenal morphogenetic movement during early zebrafish development. Developmental Biology   297(1):44-58 Full text @ Dev. Biol.
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Stage Range: Long-pec to Protruding-mouth

Fig. 4 Migration of pronephros and chromaffin tissues in the clom39 mutant and its wild type sibling. Pronephros and interrenal tissues in clom39 (B) and its wild type sibling (WT, A) at 55 hpf were detected by double ISH for wt1 (dark brown) and ff1b (red), respectively. Interrenal and chromaffin tissues in clom39 (D) and its wild type sibling (C) at 77 hpf were detected by double ISH for ff1b (blue) and dβh (dark brown), respectively. All panels are dorsal views oriented with anterior to the left. The central merge of pronephric primordia is defective in clom39, while the migration and coalescence of chromaffin tissues are unperturbed.

Gene Expression Details
Gene Antibody Fish Conditions Stage Anatomy Assay
dbh WT standard conditions Protruding-mouth interrenal primordium ISH
npas4lDf(Chr13:lycat)m39(INDO) standard conditions Protruding-mouth interrenal primordium ISH
nr5a1a WT standard conditions Long-pec interrenal primordium ISH
Protruding-mouth interrenal primordium ISH
npas4lDf(Chr13:lycat)m39(INDO) standard conditions Long-pec interrenal primordium ISH
Protruding-mouth interrenal primordium ISH
wt1a WT standard conditions Long-pec pronephros ISH
npas4lDf(Chr13:lycat)m39(INDO) standard conditions Long-pec pronephros ISH
Antibody Labeling Details No data available
Phenotype Details No data available
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Reprinted from Developmental Biology, 297(1), Liu, Y.W., and Guo, L., Endothelium is required for the promotion of interrenal morphogenetic movement during early zebrafish development, 44-58, Copyright (2006) with permission from Elsevier. Full text @ Dev. Biol.