Da

Strain information
Strain ID MT20
Strain Name Da
Strain Type Mutants
Characteristics Double anal fins (dorsal fin resembles the anal fin). Caudal fin is rhombic. In heterozygotes crossed with wild type, the dorsal fin is large and the number of fin rays is larger than in the wild type.
Notes The RECIPIENT shall use the BIOLOGICAL MATERIALS only for the purpose of research.
Journal
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    • Ohtsuka M, Kikuchi N, Yokoi H, Kinoshita M, Wakamatsu Y, Ozato K, Takeda H, Inoko H, Kimura M. Possible roles of zic1 and zic4, identified within the medaka Double anal fin (Da) locus, in dorsoventral patterning of the trunk-tail region (related to phenotypes of the Da mutant). Mech. Dev. 2004/07.121(7-8).873-82.

      Moriyama Y, Kawanishi T, Nakamura R, Tsukahara T, Sumiyama K, Suster ML, Kawakami K, Toyoda A, Fujiyama A, Yasuoka Y, Nagao Y, Sawatari E, Shimizu A, Wakamatsu Y, Hibi M, Taira M, Okabe M, Naruse K, Hashimoto H, Shimada A, Takeda H. The medaka zic1/zic4 mutant provides molecular insights into teleost caudal fin evolution. Curr. Biol. 2012/04/10.22(7).601-7.

      Hibiya K, Katsumoto T, Kondo T, Kitabayashi I, Kudo A. Brpf1, a subunit of the MOZ histone acetyl transferase complex, maintains expression of anterior and posterior Hox genes for proper patterning of craniofacial and caudal skeletons. Dev. Biol. 2009/05/15.329(2).176-90.

      Takeda H, Shimada A. The art of medaka genetics and genomics: what makes them so unique? Annu. Rev. Genet. 2010.44.217-41.

      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.
Special affairs [Address] ■The RECIPIENT agrees to properly acknowledge the following researcher(s), who transferred and submitted the BIOLOGICAL MATERIALS to the NBRP. (Name of the researcher(s): Yuko Wakamatsu, Nagoya University, Bioscience and Biotechnology Center)
■The RECIPIENT shall refer the following publication in any PUBLICATIONS and/or any presentations.
(Name of the Publication: Tamiya, G., Wakamatsu, Y., and Ozato, K. An embryological study of ventralization of dorsal structures in the tail of medaka (Oryzias latipes) Da mutants. Dev. Growth Dif. 39, 531-538, 1997.)
Category Spontaneous mutant strains
Organization National Institute for Basic Biology
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Deposited by Nagoya university
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