ZFIN ID: ZDB-FIG-041208-1
Lorent et al., 2004 - Inhibition of Jagged-mediated Notch signaling disrupts zebrafish biliary development and generates multi-organ defects compatible with an Alagille syndrome phenocopy. Development (Cambridge, England)   131(22):5753-5766 Full text @ Development
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Stage: Protruding-mouth

Fig. 5 Liver expression of zebrafish jagged and notch genes. (A-C) Lateral view of wild-type 72-hpf larvae processed for RNA in situ hybridization using jagged 1 (A), jagged 2 (B) and jagged 3 (C) antisense probes. All three jagged genes are expressed in the larval liver (arrow), but jagged 2 expression is most pronounced. Expression in the branchial arches is also evident. (D-G) Lateral view of wild-type 72-hpf larvae processed for RNA in situ hybridization using notch 1a (D), notch 1b (E), notch 2 (F) and notch 5 (G) probes. All notch genes are expressed in the developing larval liver and the branchial arches.

Gene Expression Details
Gene Antibody Fish Conditions Stage Anatomy Assay
jag1a WT standard conditions Protruding-mouth liver ISH
Protruding-mouth pharyngeal arch 3-7 skeleton ISH
jag1b WT standard conditions Protruding-mouth liver ISH
Protruding-mouth pharyngeal arch 3-7 skeleton ISH
jag2b WT standard conditions Protruding-mouth liver ISH
Protruding-mouth pharyngeal arch 3-7 skeleton ISH
notch1a WT standard conditions Protruding-mouth liver ISH
Protruding-mouth pharyngeal arch 3-7 skeleton ISH
notch1b WT standard conditions Protruding-mouth liver ISH
Protruding-mouth pharyngeal arch 3-7 skeleton ISH
notch2 WT standard conditions Protruding-mouth liver ISH
Protruding-mouth pharyngeal arch 3-7 skeleton ISH
notch3 WT standard conditions Protruding-mouth liver ISH
Protruding-mouth pharyngeal arch 3-7 skeleton ISH
Antibody Labeling Details No data available
Phenotype Details No data available
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