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XB-MORPHOLINO-17249613

Morpholino Name: gata5 MO4
Synonyms: G5SP MO, GATA5 sp
Target mRNA: gata5

Morpholino Type: uncategorized morpholino
Sequence: 5' GAGGAGGACTGTGGGACGGAGAGAC 3'

Source: Gene Tools LLC


Target mRNA tropicalis laevis.L laevis.S
Identities 25/25 22/25 22/25
genomic

MO
5' GTCTCTCCGTCCCACAGTCCTCCTC 3' ||||||||||||||||||||||||| 3' CAGAGAGGCAGGGTGTCAGGAGGAG 5' 5' GTCTGTCTGTCCCACAGTCTTCCTC 3' |||| || ||||||||||| ||||| 3' CAGAGAGGCAGGGTGTCAGGAGGAG 5' 5' GTCTGTCTGTCCCACAGTCTTCCTC 3' |||| || ||||||||||| ||||| 3' CAGAGAGGCAGGGTGTCAGGAGGAG 5'
Genomic Alignments Position Identity Strand Target mRNA
laevis 9.2 chr9_10L:14545312..14545336 22/25 Antisense target gata5.L
chr9_10S:13163279..13163303 22/25 Antisense target gata5.S
chr9_10L:14545312..14545336 22/25 Sense off-target LOC108700924
tropicalis 10.0 Chr10:4879407..4879431 25/25 Antisense target gata5
Chr10:4879407..4879431 25/25 Sense off-target LOC116408023
Publications
First: GATA4 and GATA5 are essential for heart and liver development in Xenopus embryos., BMC Dev Biol 2008                          
Most recent: Genome-wide transcriptomics analysis of genes regulated by GATA4, 5 and 6 during cardiomyogenesis in Xenopus laevis., Data Brief 2018    
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