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  • n. Any organism that has been genetically modified with a morpholino

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Examples

  • SoxB1 protein clears normally from veg2 secondary mesoderm precursors in ActivinB (d-f vs. a-c) and Delta (g-i vs. a-c) morphant embryos.

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  • (C-E) Semi-quantitative RT-PCR of p53, p53-target genes, Bcl-2 family genes, atm, gadd45a, myca, and nras transcript levels relative to actin in the morphant, control, and wild-type embryos at 24 hpf.

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  • Values represent the mean of total number of apoptotic cells counted in the head region of three embryos each for the morphant, control, and wild-type embryos.

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  • (A) Telomere length analysis of blood cells in tissue sections from control and TERT morphant embryos by telomere FISH (a, c).

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  • At 72 hpf, although peripheral blood cytopenia was obviously detectable, some non-circulating blood cells still existed around the CVP, as evident from a transverse section of a zTERT morphant (data not shown).

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  • (C) Telomere length analysis of gata-1GFP-positive blood cells from control and TERT morphant embryos by telomere FISH (a, c).

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  • By 72 hpf, however, p53m / m zTERT morphants showed a significant number of blood cells throughout the circulatory system including the heart and caudal vessels, while virtually almost no circulating blood cells are detectable in the Rescue of cytopenia, but not anemia, in zTERT morphant embryos with a p53-deficient background.

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  • Finally, consistent with the results of our rescue experiments described above, cytomorphological abnormalities, such as large nuclei and the basophilic cytoplasms of immature erythrocytes, were found also to be restored by both ΔTR-zTERT and WT-zTERT expression in the morphant embryos (

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