FAT4 FAT atypical cadherin 4(NM_024582.4)
in situ hybridisation

Data Images
HuDSeN:844 HuDSeN:844 HuDSeN:844
11144_8pcw_053 11243_8pcw_007 1896_8pcw_008
Expression pattern clarity: no stars
Expression is seen in the nasal epithelium and bones of the hand and the face. Possible expression is also detected in cerebral cortex, diencephalon, midbrain and hindbrain.
Detection Reagent
Type:in situ hybridisation probe
Entity Detected:FAT4, FAT atypical cadherin 4(NM_024582.4)
Sequence:nt 14350 - nt 14946 of NM_024582.4
Probe generated from:cDNA
Probe includes: ORF sequence
Notes:Please add any additional information here if you cannot entirely define the probe sequence using the above method
Carnegie Stage:8PCW
Expression Pattern Description
Fixation:4% paraformaldehyde
Staining procedure:alkaline phosphatase + NBT/BCIP
General Information
Principal investigator:Prof. Stephen Robertson, University of Otago, Dunedin School Medicine, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand
Submitted by:Dr. Yuzhu Cheng, Insitute of Genetic Medicine, Newcastle University, International Centre For Life, Central Parkway, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK NE1 3BZ
References:PMID:24056717 Cappello S, Gray MJ, Badouel C, Lange S, Einsiedler M, Srour M, Chitayat D, Hamdan FF, Jenkins ZA, Morgan T, Preitner N, Uster T, Thomas J, Shannon P, Morrison V, Di Donato N, Van Maldergem L, Neuhann T, Newbury-Ecob R, Swinkells M, Terhal P, Wilson LC, Zwijnenburg PJ, Sutherland-Smith AJ, Black MA, Markie D, Michaud JL, Simpson MA, Mansour S, McNeill H, Götz M, Robertson SP 2013 Mutations in genes encoding the cadherin receptor-ligand pair DCHS1 and FAT4 disrupt cerebral cortical development. Nat Genet (45):1300-8
Links: EMAGE same gene
  Allen Brain Atlas same gene
  BioGPS same gene

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