STIII

Strain information
Strain ID MT117
Strain Name STIII
Strain Type Mutants
Characteristics Body wall is transparent and internal organs of the fish can be seen from outside the living adult fish. Quadruple mutant of color loci.
Notes The RECIPIENT shall use the BIOLOGICAL MATERIALS only for the purpose of research.
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    • Ueno T, Suzuki H, Hiraishi M, Amano H, Fukuyama H, Sugimoto N. In vivo Magnetic Resonance Microscopy and Hypothermic Anaesthesia of a Disease Model in Medaka. Sci Rep 2016/06/02.6.27188.

      Ohshima A, Morimura N, Matsumoto C, Hiraga A, Komine R, Kimura T, Naruse K, Fukamachi S. Effects of body-color mutations on vitality: an attempt to establish easy-to-breed see-through medaka strains by outcrossing. G3 (Bethesda) 2013/09/04.3(9).1577-85.

      Okuyama T, Yokoi S, Abe H, Isoe Y, Suehiro Y, Imada H, Tanaka M, Kawasaki T, Yuba S, Taniguchi Y, Kamei Y, Okubo K, Shimada A, Naruse K, Takeda H, Oka Y, Kubo T, Takeuchi H. A neural mechanism underlying mating preferences for familiar individuals in medaka fish. Science 2014/01/03.343(6166).91-4.

      Lynn Lamoreux M, Kelsh RN, Wakamatsu Y, Ozato K. Pigment pattern formation in the medaka embryo. Pigment Cell Res. 2005/04.18(2).64-73.
Special affairs [Address] ■The RECIPIENT shall refer the following publication in any PUBLICATIONS and/or any presentations.
(Name of the Publication: Wakamatsu, Y., Pristyazhnyuk, S., Kinoshita, M., Tanaka, M., and Ozato, K. The see-through medaka: A fish model that is transparent throughout life. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 98, 10046-10050, 2001.)
Category See-through strains
Organization National Institute for Basic Biology
Live in NIBB
Deposited by Nagoya university
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