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XB-MORPHOLINO-17249486

Morpholino Name: fbxo43 MO1
Synonyms: EMI2, Emi2 MO, Erp1, Erp1 antisense MO, Xerp1 MO1
mRNA Target: fbxo43

Morpholino Type:
Sequence:
5' AGATTTGCCATCTCTTGTTTCTT 3'

Source: Gene Tools LLC


mRNA Target tropicalis laevis.L laevis.S
Identities 23/23
genomic

MO
5' AAGAAACAAGAGATGGCAAATCT 3' ||||||||||||||||||||||| 3' TTCTTTGTTCTCTACCGTTTAGA 5'
Genomic Alignments Position Identity Strand Target mRNA
laevis 7.1 Scaffold62229:372674-372696 23/23 Antisense target fbxo43.L
Scaffold30987:4233257-4233279 21/23 unknown
Scaffold114457:170982-171004 20/23 unknown
Scaffold158000:27332-27354 20/23 Antisense off-target Xelaev16016658m
Scaffold18192:3139953-3139975 20/23 unknown
Scaffold3286:1050863-1050885 20/23 Antisense off-target trmu.L
Scaffold34503:3951951-3951973 20/23 Antisense off-target Xelaev16045170m
Scaffold402746:571401-571423 20/23 unknown
Scaffold81941:3302335-3302357 20/23 Sense off-target Xelaev16075031m
Scaffold167800:757261-757283 19/23 Sense off-target Xelaev16019277m
Scaffold58049:4482779-4482801 19/23 unknown
Scaffold61444:251988-252010 19/23 Antisense off-target Xelaev16066091m
Scaffold75966:1618569-1618591 19/23 unknown
tropicalis 7.1 scaffold_363:39763-39785 20/23 Sense off-target anapc4
scaffold_5:98528768-98528790 20/23 unknown
scaffold_6:132537104-132537126 20/23 unknown
scaffold_8:17530576-17530598 20/23 unknown
scaffold_1:146178478-146178500 19/23 unknown
scaffold_2:128219926-128219948 19/23 unknown
scaffold_2:88266370-88266392 19/23 Antisense off-target unnamed
scaffold_3:75184184-75184206 19/23 unknown
scaffold_9:35804470-35804492 19/23 unknown
scaffold_9:64368589-64368611 19/23 unknown
Publications
First: Erp1/Emi2 is essential for the meiosis I to meiosis II transition in Xenopus oocytes. [Dev Biol 2007]
Most recent: The APC/C inhibitor XErp1/Emi2 is essential for Xenopus early embryonic divisions. [Science 2012]
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