ci

Strain information
Strain ID MT15
Strain Name ci
Strain Type Mutants
Characteristics Fewer xanthophores than in the wild type. More well developed leucophores than the wild type.
Notes The RECIPIENT shall use the BIOLOGICAL MATERIALS only for the purpose of research.
Journal
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    • Fukamachi S, Wakamatsu Y, Mitani H. Medaka double mutants for color interfere and leucophore free: characterization of the xanthophore-somatolactin relationship using the leucophore free gene. Dev. Genes Evol. 2006/03.216(3).152-7.

      Fukamachi S, Yada T, Meyer A, Kinoshita M. Effects of constitutive expression of somatolactin alpha on skin pigmentation in medaka. Gene 2009/08/01.442(1-2).81-7.

      Ikawa M, Ohya E, Shimada H, Kamijo M, Fukamachi S. Establishment and maintenance of sexual preferences that cause a reproductive isolation between medaka strains in close association. Biol Open 2017/02/15.6(2).244-251.

      Fukamachi S, Sugimoto M, Mitani H, Shima A. Somatolactin selectively regulates proliferation and morphogenesis of neural-crest derived pigment cells in medaka. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 2004/07/20.101(29).10661-6.

      Mochizuki E, Fukuta K, Tada T, Harada T, Watanabe N, Matsuo S, Hashimoto H, Ozato K, Wakamatsu Y. Fish mesonephric model of polycystic kidney disease in medaka (Oryzias latipes) pc mutant. Kidney Int. 2005/07.68(1).23-34.

      Kamijo M, Kawamura M, Fukamachi S. Loss of red opsin genes relaxes sexual isolation between skin-colour variants of medaka. Behav. Processes 2018/05.150.25-28.

      Utagawa U, Higashi S, Kamei Y, Fukamachi S. Characterization of assortative mating in medaka: Mate discrimination cues and factors that bias sexual preference. Horm Behav 2016/08.84.9-17.

      Homma N, Harada Y, Uchikawa T, Kamei Y, Fukamachi S. Protanopia (red color-blindness) in medaka: a simple system for producing color-blind fish and testing their spectral sensitivity. BMC Genet. 2017/02/06.18(1).10.

      Fukamachi S, Kinoshita M, Aizawa K, Oda S, Meyer A, Mitani H. Dual control by a single gene of secondary sexual characters and mating preferences in medaka. BMC Biol. 2009/09/29.7.64.

      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.

      Kelsh RN, Inoue C, Momoi A, Kondoh H, Furutani-Seiki M, Ozato K, Wakamatsu Y. The Tomita collection of medaka pigmentation mutants as a resource for understanding neural crest cell development. Mech. Dev. 2004/07.121(7-8).841-59.
Reference
Category Spontaneous mutant strains
Organization National Institute for Basic Biology
Live in NIBB
Deposited by Nagoya university
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