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posted on 18.12.2019by Kathryn M. Tabor, Gregory D. Marquart, Trevor S. Smith, Alexandra Geoca, Ashwin Bhandiwad, Abhignya Subedi, Jennifer L. Sinclair, Harold A. Burgess
This archive contains:
y559-Cre Et(REx2-SCP1:BGi-Cre)y559, N = 4 larval zebrafish;
y568-Cre Et(REx2-SCP1:BGi-Cre-2a-Cer)y568, N = 6;
y569-Cre Et(REx2-SCP1:BGi-Cre)y569, N = 7;
y570-Cre Et(REx2-SCP1:BGi-Cre)y570, N = 5;
y571-Cre Et(REx2-SCP1:BGi-Cre-2a-Cer)y571, N = 8,
y574-Cre Et(REx2-SCP1:BGi-Cre)y574, N = 4.
Image stacks are compressed nifti files (8 bit), labeled as: "line identifier" - "fish #" - "color channel #".
Color channel 01 is the merged RFP and GFP signals of βactin:Switch (Tg(actb2:loxP-eGFP-loxP-ly-TagRFPT)y272) and channel 02 is the Cre expression pattern (RFP signal).