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ZFIN ID: ZDB-FIG-120801-2
Powell et al., 2012 - Genomic organisation, embryonic expression and biochemical interactions of the zebrafish junctional adhesion molecule family of receptors. PLoS One   7(7):e40810 Full text @ PLoS One
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Stage Range: Shield to 20-25 somites

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Gene Expression Details
Gene Antibody Fish Conditions Stage Qualifier Anatomy Assay
f11r.1 WT standard conditions Shield whole organism ISH
20-25 somites immature eye ISH
20-25 somites integument ISH
20-25 somites lateral line primordium ISH
20-25 somites otic vesicle ISH
20-25 somites primitive olfactory epithelium ISH
20-25 somites pronephric duct ISH
f11r.2 WT standard conditions Shield whole organism ISH
20-25 somites immature eye ISH
20-25 somites integument ISH
20-25 somites otic vesicle ISH
20-25 somites primitive olfactory epithelium ISH
20-25 somites pronephric duct ISH
jam2a WT standard conditions Shield Not Detected whole organism ISH
20-25 somites forebrain ISH
20-25 somites myotome ISH
20-25 somites otic vesicle ISH
jam2b WT standard conditions Shield Not Detected whole organism ISH
20-25 somites epithelium ISH
20-25 somites otic vesicle ISH
jam3a WT standard conditions Shield Not Detected whole organism ISH
20-25 somites lateral line primordium ISH
20-25 somites neural tube ISH
jam3b WT standard conditions Shield Not Detected whole organism ISH
20-25 somites myotome ISH
20-25 somites somite posterior side ISH
20-25 somites whole organism ISH
Antibody Labeling Details No data available
Phenotype Details No data available
Acknowledgments:
ZFIN wishes to thank the journal PLoS One for permission to reproduce figures from this article. Please note that this material may be protected by copyright. Full text @ PLoS One