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Identification of selected gamma-ray induced deficiencies in zebrafish using multiplex polymerase chain reaction


, : Identification of selected gamma-ray induced deficiencies in zebrafish using multiplex polymerase chain reaction. Genetics 144(4): 1735-1745

The ease with which mutations can be generated in zebrafish makes this vertebrate an important resource for developmental genetics and genome studies. We have developed a PCR-based screening method that allows the efficient identification of gamma-ray induced deficiencies targeted to selected sequences. We describe three mutants characteristic of our findings and show that these mutations include deletions and translocations that can affect as much as 1% of the genome. These deficiencies provide a basis for analyzing the functions of cloned zebrafish genes using noncomplementation screens for point mutations induced by high-efficiency chemical mutagenesis.

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