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Transgenic Construct

Tg(-17.6isl2b:GFP)

ID
ZDB-TGCONSTRCT-100322-2
Name
Tg(-17.6isl2b:GFP)
Previous Names
None
Type
engineered_plasmid
Regulatory Regions
Coding Sequences
Contains Sequences
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Note
The transgenic construct utilizes mmGFP5, a GFP variant codon optimized for Arabidopsis by Jim Haseloff (Department of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge). It differs greatly at the DNA level from EGFP, but encodes a protein that is has 231/239 amino acids identical to EGFP (including the same chromophore).
Plasmid Map
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Genomic Features
That Utilize Tg(-17.6isl2b:GFP) Construct
Genomic Feature Affected Genomic Regions
zc7Tg
Transgenics
That Utilize Tg(-17.6isl2b:GFP) Construct
Fish Affected Genomic Regions Phenotype Gene Expression
cyfip2tr230b/tr230b; zc7Tg Fig. 6 with image from Pittman et al., 2010 Fig. 6 with image from Pittman et al., 2010
fgf3t26212/t26212; zc7Tg + MO2-fgf10b + MO3-fgf10b
Fig. 5 with image from Maulding et al., 2014
la207Tg; zc7Tg
2 figures from Palanca et al., 2013
pgk1x40/x40; zc7Tg Figure 1 with image from Kantarci et al., 2020 Figure 1 with image from Kantarci et al., 2020
pgk1x55/x55; zc7Tg Figure 4 with image from Kantarci et al., 2020 Figure 4 with image from Kantarci et al., 2020
rb1te226a/+; zc7Tg/+
rb1te226a/te226a; zc7Tg/+ Fig. 6 with image from Gyda et al., 2012
slc9a3r1aze001/ze001; zc7Tg
tet3au60/au60 ; zc7Tg ; tet2au59/au59 2 figures with image from Seritrakul et al., 2017 2 figures with image from Seritrakul et al., 2017
zc7Tg
7 figures with image from 5 publications 29 figures with image from 17 publications
zc7Tg + MO1-atoh7
2 figures with image from Pittman et al., 2008 3 figures with image from Pittman et al., 2008
zc7Tg + MO1-dmbx1a
Fig. S4 with image from Wong et al., 2010
zc7Tg + MO1-dmbx1a + MO1-dmbx1b
Fig. 6 with image from Wong et al., 2010
zc7Tg + MO1-paf1
Fig. 4 with image from Jurynec et al., 2019 Fig. 4 with image from Jurynec et al., 2019
zc7Tg + MO1-plxna2
Fig. 7 from St Clair et al., 2017
zc7Tg + MO1-ryr1a + MO1-ryr3
Fig. 4 with image from Klatt Shaw et al., 2018 Fig. 4 with image from Klatt Shaw et al., 2018
zc7Tg + MO1-slc25a46
Fig. 5 from Abrams et al., 2015
zc7Tg + MO1-slit1a + MO1-slit1b + MO4-tp53
Fig. 8 from Zecca et al., 2015
zc7Tg + MO1-slit1a + MO4-tp53
Fig. 8 from Zecca et al., 2015
zc7Tg + MO1-slit1b + MO4-tp53
Fig. 8 from Zecca et al., 2015
zc7Tg + MO2-chrna2a
Fig. 7 from Menelaou et al., 2014
zc7Tg + MO2-her9
Fig. 3 with image from Radosevic et al., 2011
zc7Tg + MO2-igf2bp1
Fig. 4 with image from Gaynes et al., 2015 Fig. 4 with image from Gaynes et al., 2015
zc7Tg + MO2-igf2bp1 + MO4-tp53
Fig. 4 with image from Gaynes et al., 2015 Fig. 4 with image from Gaynes et al., 2015
zc7Tg + MO4-tp53
Fig. 4 with image from Gaynes et al., 2015 Fig. 4 with image from Gaynes et al., 2015
zc7Tg + MO4-tp53 + MO5-robo2
Fig. 8 from Zecca et al., 2015
zc7Tg ; otogvo66/vo66 Fig. 3 from Roberts et al., 2017 Fig. 3 from Roberts et al., 2017
zc7Tg ; pappaap170/p170(TL) Fig. 7 from Miller et al., 2018
zc7Tg ; zf278Et
Fig. 3 from Zecca et al., 2015
zc7Tg(TL)
2 figures from Miller et al., 2018
zc7Tg/+(AB)
zc7Tg; zf234Tg
Fig. 5 from Palanca et al., 2013
Sequence Information
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Citations