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ZFIN ID: ZDB-FISH-150901-9156
Fish name: WT + MO2-diaph2
Genotype: WT
Targeting Reagent: MO2-diaph2
HUMAN DISEASE MODELED by WT + MO2-diaph2
No data available
GENE EXPRESSION
Gene expression in WT + MO2-diaph2
Protein expression No data available
Reporter gene expression No data available
PHENOTYPE
Phenotype in WT + MO2-diaph2
Phenotype Conditions Figures
axis decreased length, abnormal standard conditions Fig. 5 with imageFig. S2 with imageFig. S5 with image from Lai et al., 2008
bleb assembly disrupted, abnormal standard conditions Fig. 6 with image from Lai et al., 2008
cell migration involved in gastrulation decreased rate, abnormal standard conditions Fig. 6 with image from Lai et al., 2008
convergent extension involved in gastrulation disrupted, abnormal standard conditions Fig. 5 with imageFig. S2 with imageFig. S5 with imagetext only from Lai et al., 2008
epiboly involved in gastrulation with mouth forming second arrested, abnormal standard conditions Fig. 5 with image from Lai et al., 2008
epiboly involved in gastrulation with mouth forming second disrupted, abnormal standard conditions Fig. S4 with imagetext only from Lai et al., 2008
hypoblast cell projection decreased amount, abnormal standard conditions Fig. 7 with image from Lai et al., 2008
margin bleb absent, abnormal standard conditions Fig. 6 with image from Lai et al., 2008
margin filamentous actin decreased amount, abnormal standard conditions Fig. 8 with image from Lai et al., 2008
notochord increased width, abnormal standard conditions Fig. 5 with imageFig. S5 with image from Lai et al., 2008
prechordal plate cell projection decreased amount, abnormal standard conditions Fig. 7 with image from Lai et al., 2008
somite increased width, abnormal standard conditions Fig. S2 with image from Lai et al., 2008
tail bud aplastic, abnormal standard conditions Fig. 5 with image from Lai et al., 2008
yolk syncytial layer filamentous actin absent, abnormal standard conditions Fig. S4 with image from Lai et al., 2008

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