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dino and mercedes, two genes regulating dorsal development in the zebrafish embryo
We describe two genes, dino and mercedes, which are required for the organization of the zebrafish body plan. In dino mutant embryos, the tail is enlarged at the expense of the head and the anterior region of the trunk. The altered expression patterns of various marker genes reveal that, with the exception of the dorsal most marginal zone, all regions of the early dino mutant embryo acquire more ventral fates. These alterations are already apparent before the onset of gastrulation. mercedespmid:9007232 fatcat:mkgxsa6fgzdavloz5fjmfro6ae