|Characteristics||Normal phenotype (mstnC284S mutant dose not show a double-muscling phenotype. )|
|Special affairs [Address]||
■The RECIPIENT shall refer the following publication in any PUBLICATIONS.
(Name of the Publication: Chisada S et al. Myostatin-deficient medaka exhibit a double-muscling phenotype with hyperplasia and hypertrophy, which occur sequentially during post-hatch development. Dev Biol. 359:82-94, 2011）
■The RECIPIENT shall give proper credit to the DEVELOPER in any publications reporting results of research using the DERIVATIVES, and shall procure other institutions to which the DERIVATIVES are provided (including when provided through the NBRP) to do the same.
|Category||Mutants created by TILLING|
|Organization||National Institute for Basic Biology|
|Frozen sperm in NIBB||○|
|Deposited by||National Research Institute of Aquaculture, Fisheries Research Agency|
MSTN^C284S/C284S homozygous mutant (adult, male)
Side and overhead views of homozygous mutant (left) and wild-type medaka (right) at the adult stage. There was no difference in body size between wild-type and mutant medaka (double-headed arrows show height and width of body).