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Gene Expression Data
Assay Details
Assay
Reference: J:122362 Harwood BN, et al., Members of the WNT signaling pathways are widely expressed in mouse ovaries, oocytes, and cleavage stage embryos. Dev Dyn. 2008;237(4):1099-1111
Assay type: Immunohistochemistry
MGI Accession ID: MGI:3775258
Gene symbol: Wnt5a
Gene name: wingless-type MMTV integration site family, member 5A
Modification date: 07/11/2008
Antibody: anti-Wnt-5a
Detection system: Secondary antibody coupled to Alexa Fluor 555
Assay notes: Analysis of staining patterns was done on at least two biological replicates.
Results
Specimen 3: postnatal day 21 (more )
Structure Level Pattern Image Note
TS28: meiotic oocyte Present 3 WNT5A Expression is present in oocytes.
TS28: ovary stratum granulosum Present 3 WNT5A Expression is present in granulosa cells.

Specimen 6--FGO: postnatal (more )
Structure Level Pattern Image Note
TS28: meiotic oocyte Present 6 WNT5A FGO In full grown oocytes expression is primarily localized on the cell surface with some present in the cytoplasm.

Specimen 6--OO: postnatal (more )
Structure Level Pattern Image Note
TS28: meiotic oocyte Present 6 WNT5A OO In ovulated oocytes expression is primarily localized on the cell surface with some present in the cytoplasm.

Specimen 6--Zyg: embryonic day 0.5 (more )
Structure Level Pattern Image Note
TS1: 1-cell stage embryo Present 6 WNT5A Zyg In zygotes expression is primarily localized on the cell surface with some present in the cytoplasm.

Specimen 6--2C: embryonic day 1.0 (more )
Structure Level Pattern Image Note
TS2: 2-cell stage embryo Present 6 WNT5A 2C In 2-cell-stage embryos expression is primarily localized on the cell surface with some present in the cytoplasm.


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Mouse Genome Database (MGD), Gene Expression Database (GXD), Mouse Tumor Biology (MTB), Gene Ontology (GO), MouseCyc
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11/14/2017
MGI 6.11
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