Melanophore Migration and Survival during Zebrafish Adult Pigment Stripe Development Require the Immunoglobulin Superfamily Adhesion Molecule Igsf11

@inproceedings{Eom2012MelanophoreMA,
  title={Melanophore Migration and Survival during Zebrafish Adult Pigment Stripe Development Require the Immunoglobulin Superfamily Adhesion Molecule Igsf11},
  author={Dae Seok Eom and Shinya Inou{\'e} and Larissa B. Patterson and Tiffany N. Gordon and Rebecca Slingwine and Shigeru Kondo and Masakatsu Watanabe and David M Parichy},
  booktitle={PLoS genetics},
  year={2012}
}
The zebrafish adult pigment pattern has emerged as a useful model for understanding the development and evolution of adult form as well as pattern-forming mechanisms more generally. In this species, a series of horizontal melanophore stripes arises during the larval-to-adult transformation, but the genetic and cellular bases for stripe formation remain largely unknown. Here, we show that the seurat mutant phenotype, consisting of an irregular spotted pattern, arises from lesions in the gene… CONTINUE READING
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