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Melby et al., 2000 - Patterning the early zebrafish by the opposing actions of bozozok and vox/vent. Developmental Biology   224(2):275-285 Full text @ Dev. Biol.
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EXPRESSION / LABELING:
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Anatomical Terms:
Stage Range: Shield to Bud
PHENOTYPE:
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Observed In:
Stage Range: Shield to Bud

Fig. 3 Expression of vox and vent in dorsalized zebrafish mutants. (A–F) Expression of vox and vent in 70% epiboly embryos, lateral view, dorsal is to the right. (A, B) Wild-type (wt) embryos. (C, D) swirl (swr) mutants. (E, F) somitabun (sbn) mutants. Note that the marginal expression of vox is retained in swr (C) and sbn (E) embryos. (G–J) Expression of vox and vent in 100% epiboly embryos, vegetal view, dorsal is to the top. (G, H) Wild-type embryos. (I, J) snailhouse (snh) embryos. Note that the expression level is reduced in snh embryos but the pattern of expression is unchanged.

Gene Expression Details
Gene Antibody Fish Conditions Stage Qualifier Anatomy Assay
vent WT standard conditions Shield margin ISH
Bud margin ISH
bmp2bta72a/ta72a standard conditions Shield Not Detected whole organism ISH
bmp7aty68a/ty68a standard conditions Bud margin ISH
smad5dtc24/dtc24 standard conditions Shield margin ISH
vox WT standard conditions Shield blastoderm ISH
Shield margin ISH
Bud blastoderm ISH
Bud margin ISH
bmp2bta72a/ta72a standard conditions Shield margin ISH
bmp7aty68a/ty68a standard conditions Bud blastoderm ISH
Bud margin ISH
smad5dtc24/dtc24 standard conditions Shield margin ISH
Antibody Labeling Details No data available
Phenotype Details
Fish Conditions Stage Phenotype
bmp2bta72a/ta72a standard conditions Shield whole organism wholly dorsalized, abnormal
bmp7aty68a/ty68a standard conditions Bud whole organism wholly dorsalized, abnormal
smad5dtc24/dtc24 standard conditions Shield whole organism wholly dorsalized, abnormal
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Reprinted from Developmental Biology, 224(2), Melby, A.E., Beach, C., Mullins, M., and Kimelman, D., Patterning the early zebrafish by the opposing actions of bozozok and vox/vent, 275-285, Copyright (2000) with permission from Elsevier. Full text @ Dev. Biol.