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Aims to create a knockout allele in every protein coding gene in the zebrafish genome, using a combination of whole exome enrichment and Illumina next generation sequencing. Each allele created is analysed for morphological differences and published on the ZMP site. Transcript counting is performed on alleles with a morphological phenotype.

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  • Animals
    • Danio rerio

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Publications

  • (Kettleborough et al., 2013) A systematic genome-wide analysis of zebrafish protein-coding gene function. Nature.
    PMID: 23594742

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