ZFIN ID: ZDB-FIG-061226-3
Del Giacco et al., 2006 - Differential regulation of the zebrafish orthopedia1 gene during fate determination of diencephalic neurons. BMC Developmental Biology   6:50 Full text @ BMC Dev. Biol.
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Stage Range: 5-9 somites to Prim-25

Fig. 6 Topology of otp1 transcripts in forebrain compartments. Anterior is top in A, B and D dorsal views, otherwise left and lateral view panels. Eyes have been removed in C. A (12 hpf), B (24 hpf), early otp1 expression foci (blue) occur at the anteromedial edge of pax2.1 (red) pattern in the optic stalks, as shown by double WISH. C, D, Co-labelling with anti-acetylated α-tubulin antibody (brown) and otp1 riboprobe (blue) demonstrates that the anterior otp1 cell cluster is delimited by the supraoptic tracts and those of the anterior and posterior commissures (36 hpf). E, F, mbl embryos are not altered in the dorsal extension of the PO otp1 cluster, if compared with control embryos (19 hpf). cf, cephalic flexure; d, diencephalon; h, hypothalamus; l, lens; mb, midbrain; op, optic primordia; or, optic recess; os, optic stalks; r, retina; rh, rostral hypothalamus; sot, supraoptic tract; t, telencephalon; tac, tract of the anterior commissure; tpoc, tract of the postoptic commissure; vt, ventral thalamus.

Gene Expression Details
Gene Antibody Fish Conditions Stage Anatomy Assay
otpb AB standard conditions 5-9 somites optic vesicle ISH
20-25 somites forebrain ISH
Prim-5 optic stalk ISH
Prim-25 caudal tuberculum ISH
Prim-25 supraoptic commissure ISH
Prim-25 tract of the postoptic commissure ISH
axin1tm213/tm213 standard conditions 20-25 somites forebrain ISH
pax2a AB standard conditions 5-9 somites optic vesicle ISH
Prim-5 optic stalk ISH
Prim-5 presumptive neural retina ISH
Antibody Labeling Details No data available
Phenotype Details No data available
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