ZFIN ID: ZDB-FIG-200915-6
Ye et al., 2019 - Marcksb plays a key role in the secretory pathway of zebrafish Bmp2b. PLoS Genetics   15:e1008306 Full text @ PLoS Genet.
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Anatomical Term:
Stage: Shield
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Stage: Shield

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Gene Expression Details
Gene Antibody Fish Conditions Stage Anatomy Assay
szl marcksbihb199/ihb199 standard conditions Shield whole organism ISH
marcksbihb199/ihb199 + CRISPR1-marcksa + CRISPR1-marcksl1a + CRISPR1-marcksl1b standard conditions Shield whole organism ISH
marcksbihb199/ihb199 + CRISPR2-hsp70l standard conditions Shield whole organism ISH
ved marcksbihb199/ihb199 standard conditions Shield whole organism ISH
marcksbihb199/ihb199 + CRISPR1-marcksa + CRISPR1-marcksl1a + CRISPR1-marcksl1b standard conditions Shield whole organism ISH
marcksbihb199/ihb199 + CRISPR2-hsp70l standard conditions Shield whole organism ISH
Antibody Labeling Details No data available
Phenotype Details
Fish Conditions Stage Phenotype
marcksbihb199/ihb199 standard conditions Shield whole organism szl expression increased amount, abnormal
Shield whole organism ved expression increased amount, abnormal
marcksbihb199/ihb199 + CRISPR1-marcksa + CRISPR1-marcksl1a + CRISPR1-marcksl1b standard conditions Shield whole organism szl expression decreased amount, abnormal
Shield whole organism ved expression decreased amount, abnormal
marcksbihb199/ihb199 + CRISPR2-hsp70l standard conditions Shield whole organism szl expression decreased amount, abnormal
Shield whole organism ved expression decreased amount, abnormal
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