Expression Search by fates and territories is now fully functional. Try it out!

 
 
   
 
 
 
In situ staining search by molecule.

This page allows you to find the in situ expression patterns associated to a gene or EST/cDNA clone.
Select a species, a developmental stage, and a gene of interest (stained molecule). The gene model ID can be found following the "Find a gene model by its name" link.


Species

Developmental Stage(s)

Stained Molecule(s)

Paste a molecule ID or list of molecule IDs you want to know the expression pattern of.

  

Clone   (e.g. 002ZE11, AF305499)
Transcript models   
(e.g. ci0100133709, KYOTOGRAIL2005.98.32.1, ENSCINT00000018028, ...)

Aniseed Gene model (e.g. aniseedV3_3592,...)

By default only the WT expression patterns are shown. Expression patterns in manipulated conditions (gene deregulation, embryo manipulation) can be accessed by filling the next 2 sections.

Notes:   * You can enter a list of several IDs, separated by the ":" symbol without space. If you are searching for a C.intestinalis transcript model please use its JGIv1.0, Kyotograil or ENSEMBL transcript model ID found using the "Find a gene " interface



Deregulated Molecule(s)
This section gives access to expression patterns in response to the deregulation of the specified gene(s).
If you leave the textbox empty and click on "include expression pattern in deregulated context" all data in Deregulated contexts will be included in the result

Paste a Transcript Model ID (JGI, Kyoto or Ensembl) or a list of Transcript Model ID that have been deregulated.

   (eg. ci0100133709, ...)

Include expression patterns in Deregulated Context
Exclude expression patterns in Deregulated Context

Notes:   * You can enter several names by separating your entries with the ":" symbol without space. If you are searching for a C.intestinalis transcript model please use its JGIv1.0, Kyotograil or ENSEMBL transcript model ID found using the "Find a Gene" interface



Embryo Manipulation
This section gives access to expression patterns in experimentally manipulated embryos. Embryo manipulations correspond to the ablation of specific cells or territories

Include expression patterns in experimentally manipulated embryos
Exclude expression patterns in experimentally manipulated embryos




 
 
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