Morpholino

MO1-ihha

ID
ZDB-MRPHLNO-100405-1
Name
MO1-ihha
Previous Names
  • Ihha-MO (1)
Target
Sequence
5' - GGAGACGCATTCCACCGCAAGCG - 3'
Disclaimer
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Note
None
Genome Resources
None
Target Location
Genomic Features
No data available
Expression
Gene expression in Wild Types + MO1-ihha
Phenotype
Phenotype resulting from MO1-ihha
Phenotype Fish Figures
enteric neuron decreased amount, abnormal em2Tg + MO1-ihha + MO4-tp53 Fig. 4 with image from Sribudiani et al., 2018
eye decreased size, abnormal em2Tg + MO1-ihha + MO4-tp53 Fig. 4 with image from Sribudiani et al., 2018
head morphology, abnormal em2Tg + MO1-ihha + MO4-tp53 Fig. 4 with image from Sribudiani et al., 2018
pancreas morphology, abnormal WT + MO1-ihha Fig. 6 from Yin et al., 2012
smoothened signaling pathway disrupted, abnormal AB + MO1-ihha Fig. S7 with image from Winata et al., 2009
swim bladder absent, abnormal em2Tg + MO1-ihha + MO4-tp53 Fig. 4 with image from Sribudiani et al., 2018
swim bladder decreased size, abnormal WT + MO1-ihha Fig. 6 from Yin et al., 2012
Fig. 4 with image from Winata et al., 2009
swim bladder hypoplastic, abnormal AB + MO1-ihha + MO4-tp53 Fig. 4 with imageFig. S3 with imageFig. S7 with image from Winata et al., 2009
swim bladder epithelium decreased size, abnormal AB + MO1-ihha Fig. 4 with image from Winata et al., 2009
swim bladder mesenchyme decreased size, abnormal AB + MO1-ihha Fig. 4 with image from Winata et al., 2009
swim bladder mesenchyme disorganized, abnormal AB + MO1-ihha Fig. 4 with image from Winata et al., 2009
swim bladder mesothelial cell decreased amount, abnormal AB + MO1-ihha Fig. 4 with image from Winata et al., 2009
swim bladder smooth muscle aplastic, abnormal AB + MO1-ihha Fig. 4 with image from Winata et al., 2009
swim bladder bud hypoplastic, abnormal AB + MO1-ihha Fig. S3 with image from Winata et al., 2009
swim bladder development disrupted, abnormal WT + MO1-ihha Fig. 6 from Yin et al., 2012
swim bladder formation disrupted, abnormal AB + MO1-ihha Fig. S7 with image from Winata et al., 2009
swim bladder morphogenesis disrupted, abnormal AB + MO1-ihha + MO4-tp53 Fig. S3 with image from Winata et al., 2009
trunk increased curvature, abnormal em2Tg + MO1-ihha + MO4-tp53 Fig. 4 with image from Sribudiani et al., 2018
Phenotype of all Fish created by or utilizing MO1-ihha
Phenotype Fish Conditions Figures
swim bladder epithelium decreased size, abnormal AB + MO1-ihha standard conditions Fig. 4 with image from Winata et al., 2009
smoothened signaling pathway disrupted, abnormal AB + MO1-ihha standard conditions Fig. S7 with image from Winata et al., 2009
swim bladder bud hypoplastic, abnormal AB + MO1-ihha standard conditions Fig. S3 with image from Winata et al., 2009
swim bladder hypoplastic, abnormal AB + MO1-ihha standard conditions Fig. 4 with imageFig. S3 with imageFig. S7 with image from Winata et al., 2009
swim bladder morphogenesis disrupted, abnormal AB + MO1-ihha standard conditions Fig. S3 with image from Winata et al., 2009
swim bladder smooth muscle aplastic, abnormal AB + MO1-ihha standard conditions Fig. 4 with image from Winata et al., 2009
swim bladder mesenchyme disorganized, abnormal AB + MO1-ihha standard conditions Fig. 4 with image from Winata et al., 2009
swim bladder formation disrupted, abnormal AB + MO1-ihha standard conditions Fig. S7 with image from Winata et al., 2009
swim bladder mesothelial cell decreased amount, abnormal AB + MO1-ihha standard conditions Fig. 4 with image from Winata et al., 2009
swim bladder mesenchyme decreased size, abnormal AB + MO1-ihha standard conditions Fig. 4 with image from Winata et al., 2009
swim bladder morphogenesis disrupted, abnormal AB + MO1-ihha + MO4-tp53 standard conditions Fig. S3 with image from Winata et al., 2009
swim bladder bud hypoplastic, abnormal AB + MO1-ihha + MO4-tp53 standard conditions Fig. S3 with image from Winata et al., 2009
swim bladder hypoplastic, abnormal AB + MO1-ihha + MO4-tp53 standard conditions Fig. S3 with image from Winata et al., 2009
swim bladder decreased size, abnormal WT + MO1-ihha standard conditions Fig. 6 from Yin et al., 2012
swim bladder development disrupted, abnormal WT + MO1-ihha standard conditions Fig. 6 from Yin et al., 2012
pancreas morphology, abnormal WT + MO1-ihha standard conditions Fig. 6 from Yin et al., 2012
head morphology, abnormal em2Tg + MO1-ihha + MO4-tp53 standard conditions Fig. 4 with image from Sribudiani et al., 2018
enteric neuron decreased amount, abnormal em2Tg + MO1-ihha + MO4-tp53 standard conditions Fig. 4 with image from Sribudiani et al., 2018
eye decreased size, abnormal em2Tg + MO1-ihha + MO4-tp53 standard conditions Fig. 4 with image from Sribudiani et al., 2018
swim bladder absent, abnormal em2Tg + MO1-ihha + MO4-tp53 standard conditions Fig. 4 with image from Sribudiani et al., 2018
trunk increased curvature, abnormal em2Tg + MO1-ihha + MO4-tp53 standard conditions Fig. 4 with image from Sribudiani et al., 2018
swim bladder decreased size, abnormal sqet332Et + MO1-ihha standard conditions Fig. 4 with image from Winata et al., 2009
swim bladder decreased size, abnormal fgf10atbvbo/tbvbo; sqet332Et + MO1-ihha standard conditions Fig. 8 with image from Korzh et al., 2011
pneumatic duct decreased size, abnormal fgf10atbvbo/tbvbo; sqet332Et + MO1-ihha standard conditions Fig. 8 with image from Korzh et al., 2011
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