HuDSeN:553

TRAPPC9 trafficking protein particle complex 9(NM_031466)
CS CS23
in situ hybridisation

Data Images
HuDSeN:553 HuDSeN:553
N694_cs23_68x1.25 N694_cs23_68x10
Expression pattern clarity: one star
Detection Reagent
Type:in situ hybridisation probe
Identifier:HT1
Entity Detected:TRAPPC9, trafficking protein particle complex 9(NM_031466)
Sequence:nt 3118 - nt 4015 of NM_031466
Probe generated from:genomic
Chemistry:RNA
Strand:antisense
Label:digoxigenin
Specimen
Organism:human
Carnegie Stage:CS23
Preparation:section
Expression Pattern Description
Text Annotation:
StructureLevelPatternNotes
telencephalon
strong strong
not applicableN694_cs23_68x1.25; N694_cs23_68x10
diencephalon
strong strong
not applicable
midbrain
strong strong
not applicable
hindbrain
strong strong
not applicable
Procedures
Fixation:4% paraformaldehyde
Staining procedure:alkaline phosphatase + NBT/BCIP
General Information
Principal investigator:Dr Ganesh Mochida, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Department of Neurology 77 Ave. Louis Pasteur NRB-0266, Boston, USA MA 02115
Submitted by:Dr. Yuzhu Cheng, Insitute of Human Genetics, Newcastle University, International Centre For Life, Central Parkway, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK NE1 3BZ
Experiment type:non-screen
References:PMID:20004763 Mochida GH, Mahajnah M, Hill AD, Basel-Vanagaite L, Gleason D, Hill RS, Bodell A, Crosier M, Straussberg R, Walsh CA. 2009 A truncating mutation of TRAPPC9 is associated with autosomal-recessive intellectual disability and postnatal microcephaly. Am J Hum Genet. (85):897-902
Acknowledgments:The human embryonic material was provided by the Joint MRC-Wellcome Trust Human Developmental Biology Resource (http://www.hdbr.org) at the IHG, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK
Links: EMAGE same gene
  Allen Brain Atlas same gene
  BioGPS same gene

The HuDSeN Gene Expression Spatial database currently contains data from CS12 to CS23. We are in the process of upgrading the database to include fetal gene expression patterns spatially mapped into 3D models. In the meantime the fetal gene expression images are available to view here.


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