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EXtracellular Plasmid RESource (EXPRESs) Consortium Icon EXPRESs Plasmids for Zebrafish Receptors


This is a collection of plasmids that was used for systematic screening of extracellular protein interactions to identify novel receptor-ligand interactions that function in early vertebrate development using the zebrafish as a model organism. Please see the following references for more information:

  • Large-scale screening for novel low-affinity extracellular protein interactions. Bushell KM et al., Genome Res 2008 Apr;18(4):622-30.PubMed 18296487
  • A cell surface interaction network of neural leucine-rich repeat receptors. Sollnet C & Wright GJ. Genome Biol 2009;10(9):R99PubMed 19765300
  • Construction of a large extracellular protein interaction network and its resolution by spatiotemporal expression profiling. Martin S et al., Mol Cell Proteomics. 2010 Dec;9(12):2654-65.PubMed 20802085
  • Jamb and jamc are essential for vertebrate myocyte fusion. Powell GT & Wright GJ., PLoS Biol. 2011 Dec;9(12):e10012165.PubMed 22180726
  • ARNIE (AVEXIS Receptor Network with Integrated Expression) an online database of information on protein interactions generated using AVEXIS
Plasmid ID Plasmid Name
36148 unc5bCD4d3+4-bio
36149 unc5bCD4d3+4-blac
36150 unc5bCD4d3+4-bio-linker-His
36151 unc5bCD4d3+4-His