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Actin–myosin fibers are disorganized in flii fast muscles at 24 hpf. The FliI protein was expressed in wild-type fast muscle (A) but not in mutant fast muscle (B) at 24 hpf. Double labeling with phalloidin (F-actin) and anti-fast myosin (MF20) showed that F-actin was formed in wild-type fast muscle (C). Phalloidin labeling was fainter and less organized in mutant fast muscle (D).
|fliimi372/mi372||standard conditions||Prim-5||Not Detected||IHC|
|fliimi372/mi372||standard conditions||Prim-5||myotome fast muscle cell physical object quality, abnormal|
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Reprinted from Developmental Biology, 355(2), Naganawa, Y., and Hirata, H., Developmental transition of touch response from slow muscle-mediated coilings to fast muscle-mediated burst swimming in zebrafish, 194-204, Copyright (2011) with permission from Elsevier. Full text @ Dev. Biol.