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Feng et al., 2014 - Negative feedback regulation of Wnt signaling via N-linked fucosylation in zebrafish. Developmental Biology   395(2):268-86 Full text @ Dev. Biol.
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Fig. 9 The interplay of Wnt8a signaling, slc35c1-mediated GDP-Fuc transport and N-linked fucosylation. (A) qPCR results show the relative expression of slc35c1 and slc35c2 in zebrafish embryos treated with wnt8a or DN-wnt8a mRNA and untreated control sphere stage (4hpf) embryos. All results are normalized to odc1. Expression in WT is defined as 100%. (B-C) Confocal images of slc35c1 fluorescent in situ show positive correlation between slc35c1 expression and β-catenin. Red: β-catenin protein staining. Green: in situ hybridization using slc35C1 antisense probe in (B) or slc35c1 sense probe in (C). Blue: nuclei. (D) A schematic model depicts the relationship between Slc35c1 and Wnt8a. Wnt8a activated canonical Wnt signaling enhances slc35c1 expression. Increased slc35c1 enhances N-linked fucosylation, which inhibits Wnt/β-catenin/TCF signaling during both blastula and gastrula stages. Therefore, these components comprise a negative regulatory loop to control Wnt signaling through N-fucosylation. Note: Bar=300 ┬Ám.

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Gene Antibody Fish Conditions Stage Anatomy Assay
slc35c1 AB standard conditions Shield whole organism RTPCR
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Antibody Assay Fish Conditions Stage Anatomy
Ab1-ctnnb IHC AB standard conditions Shield anatomical structure
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Reprinted from Developmental Biology, 395(2), Feng, L., Jiang, H., Wu, P., Marlow, F.L., Negative feedback regulation of Wnt signaling via N-linked fucosylation in zebrafish, 268-86, Copyright (2014) with permission from Elsevier. Full text @ Dev. Biol.