ki56

Strain information
Strain ID MT291
Strain Name ki56
Strain Type Mutants
Characteristics abnormal morphology of fin rays and head
Journal
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    • 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.
Category Mutants of skeleton, blood vessel and heart
Organization National Institute for Basic Biology
Frozen sperm in NIBB
Deposited by Tokyo Institute of Technology
Old strain name ki56
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Image

MT291_ki56
Phenotype of the ki56 mutant
Upper panels show the head skeletons of the 3dph larvae. The reduced pharyngeal tooth and deformed branchiostegal ray are observed in the ki56 mutant. Middle panels show the craniofacial cartilage of the 3dph larvae. An extopic cartilage is observed at the lateral end of the first ceratobranchials in the ki56 mutant. Lower panels show the skeletons of caudal fin. The fin rays are abnormally formed at the dorsal side of the caudal fin in the ki56 mutant.
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