HuDSeN:1067

INSM1 insulinoma-associated 1(NM_002196)
CS CS19
in situ hybridisation

Data Images
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Embryo 10805, slide 4, section 2. Embryo 10878, slide 5, section 1. Embryo 10878, slide 5, section 2.
Expression pattern clarity: three stars
Notes
The original images, scanned at high resolution, are available at http://nbb-slidepath.ncl.ac.uk username: hudsen password: See1Tuesday
Detection Reagent
Type:in situ hybridisation probe
Identifier:INSM1
Entity Detected:INSM1, insulinoma-associated 1(NM_002196)
Sequence:nt 440 - nt 660 of NM_002196
Probe generated from:genomic
Chemistry:RNA
Strand:antisense
Label:digoxigenin
Specimen
Organism:human
Carnegie Stage:CS19
Preparation:section
Expression Pattern Description
Text Annotation:
StructureLevelPatternNotes
hindbrain
strong strong
not applicable
forebrain
strong strong
not applicable
trigeminal v ganglion
strong strong
not applicable
Procedures
Fixation:4% paraformaldehyde
Staining procedure:alkaline phosphatase + NBT/BCIP
General Information
Principal investigator:Dr. Jaime García-Añoveros, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Department of Anesthesiology, Chicago, USA Illinois 60611
Submitted by:Janet Kerwin, Institute of Genetic Medicine, Newcastle University, International Centre for Life, Central Parkway, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK NE1 3BZ
Experiment type:non-screen
References:PMID:18205207 Duggan A, Madathany T, de Castro SC, Gerrelli D, Guddati K, García-Añoveros J 2008 Transient expression of the conserved zinc finger gene INSM1 in progenitors and nascent neurons throughout embryonic and adult neurogenesis. J Comp Neurol (507):1497-520
Links: EMAGE same gene
  Allen Brain Atlas same gene
  BioGPS same gene

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