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Hung et al., 2021 - Proapoptotic Bad Involved in Brain Development, When Severely Defected, Induces Dramatic Malformation in Zebrafish
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Figure 7

Identification of brain functions through monitoring of swimming behavior at 72 hpf. (A) Bad knockdown fish lines at 72 hpf. The phenotypes of the wild-type group show mild brain defects (Ab). The 50 mm × 1.5 mm slot for swimming is displayed in (Ad). (B) Swimming speed over a limited length was monitored for different fish lines with and without Bad knockdown. The wild-type with Bad-MO group was slower than the other groups by approximately 5 s at 72 hpf. All data were analyzed using either paired or unpaired Student’s t-tests as appropriate.

Expression Data

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Antibody Labeling
Phenotype Data
Knockdown Reagent:
Observed In:
Stage: Protruding-mouth

Phenotype Detail
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