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Medaka Wild populations 9 Go to list
Inbred strains 1 Go to list
Mutatnts 10 Go to list
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Strain List 25 items 1 - 20 / 25
Medaka: Nagoya  Available Utsunomiya University
Category: Wild populations
Class : Wild populations
Characteristics : Strain originating from a wild population in Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture.
Notes : South Japan PopulationThe RECIPIENT shall use the BIOLOGICAL MATERIALS only for the purpose of research.
Special Affairs : ■ No additional conditions required.
Strain ID : WS3
Taxonomy : Oryzias
Reference : Miyadai M, Takada H, Shiraishi A, Kimura T, Watakabe I, Kobayashi H, Nagao Y, Naruse K, Higashijima SI, Shimizu T, Kelsh RN, Hibi M, Hashimoto H. (2023) A gene regulatory network combining Pax3/7, Sox10 and Mitf generates diverse pigment cell types in medaka and zebrafish. Development 150(19)
Medaka: Paltan  Available Utsunomiya University
Category: Wild populations
Class : Wild populations
Characteristics : Paltan, Hwaseong, Gyeonggi
Notes : China-West Korean Population
Special Affairs : 中国西韓集団
Strain ID : ■ 追加条件はない。
Taxonomy : Oryzias
Reference : Koga A, Sasaki S, Naruse K, Shimada A, Sakaizumi M. (2011) Occurrence of a short variant of the Tol2 transposable element in natural populations of the medaka fish. Genet Res (Camb) 93(1) 13-21
Medaka: Yokote Utsunomiya University
Category: Wild populations
Class : Wild populations
Characteristics : Yokote, Akita Pref.
Notes : North Japan Population
Special Affairs : ■ No additional conditions required.
Strain ID : WS1593
Taxonomy : Oryzias
Reference : Koga A, Sasaki S, Naruse K, Shimada A, Sakaizumi M. (2011) Occurrence of a short variant of the Tol2 transposable element in natural populations of the medaka fish. Genet Res (Camb) 93(1) 13-21
Medaka: Sakura Utsunomiya University
Category: Wild populations
Class : Wild populations
Characteristics : Sakura, Chiba Pref.
Notes : South Japan Population
Special Affairs : ■ No additional conditions required.
Strain ID : WS1609
Taxonomy : Oryzias
Reference : Shimada A, Fukamachi S, Wakamatsu Y, Ozato K, Shima A. (2002) Induction and characterization of mutations at the b locus of the medaka, Oryzias latipes. Zoolog Sci 19(4) 411-7
Medaka: Tokyo Utsunomiya University
Category: Wild populations
Class : Wild populations
Characteristics : Kita-ku Tokyo Pref.
Notes : South Japan Population
Special Affairs : ■ No additional conditions required.
Strain ID : WS1611
Taxonomy : Oryzias
Reference : Yamada K, Fuwa TJ, Ayukawa T, Tanaka T, Nakamura A, Wilkin MB, Baron M, Matsuno K. (2011) Roles of Drosophila deltex in Notch receptor endocytic trafficking and activation. Genes Cells 16(3) 261-72
Medaka: Nago Utsunomiya University
Category: Wild populations
Medaka: Kobe Utsunomiya University
Category: Wild populations
Class : Wild populations
Characteristics : Kobe, Hyogo Pref.
Notes : South Japan Population
Special Affairs : ■ No additional conditions required.
Strain ID : WS1640
Taxonomy : Oryzias
Reference : Koga A, Sasaki S, Naruse K, Shimada A, Sakaizumi M. (2011) Occurrence of a short variant of the Tol2 transposable element in natural populations of the medaka fish. Genet Res (Camb) 93(1) 13-21
Medaka: Kasumi Utsunomiya University
Category: Wild populations
Class : Wild populations
Characteristics : Kasumi, Hyogo Pref.
Notes : South Japan Population
Special Affairs : ■ No additional conditions required.
Strain ID : WS1654
Taxonomy : Oryzias
Reference : Koga A, Sasaki S, Naruse K, Shimada A, Sakaizumi M. (2011) Occurrence of a short variant of the Tol2 transposable element in natural populations of the medaka fish. Genet Res (Camb) 93(1) 13-21
Medaka: Shanghai Utsunomiya University
Category: Wild populations
Class : Wild populations
Characteristics : Qingpu, Shanghai, China
Notes : China-West Korean Population
Special Affairs : ■ No additional conditions required.
Strain ID : WS1665
Taxonomy : Oryzias
Reference : Koga A, Sasaki S, Naruse K, Shimada A, Sakaizumi M. (2011) Occurrence of a short variant of the Tol2 transposable element in natural populations of the medaka fish. Genet Res (Camb) 93(1) 13-21
Medaka: Kaga National Institute for Basic Biology
Category: Inbred strains
Medaka: ci  Available National Institute for Basic Biology
Category: Mutatnts
Class : Spontaneous mutant strains
Characteristics : Fewer xanthophores than in the wild type. More well developed leucophores than the wild type.
Notes : The RECIPIENT shall use the BIOLOGICAL MATERIALS only for the purpose of research.
Strain ID : MT15
Taxonomy : Oryzias
Reference : Takeda H, Shimada A. (2010) The art of medaka genetics and genomics: what makes them so unique? Annu Rev Genet 44 217-41
Medaka: dg  Available National Institute for Basic Biology
Category: Mutatnts
Class : Spontaneous mutant strains
Characteristics : Guanine deposition in iridophores is low.
Notes : The RECIPIENT shall use the BIOLOGICAL MATERIALS only for the purpose of research.
Strain ID : MT30
Taxonomy : Oryzias
Reference : Kelsh RN, Inoue C, Momoi A, Kondoh H, Furutani-Seiki M, Ozato K, Wakamatsu Y. (2004) The Tomita collection of medaka pigmentation mutants as a resource for understanding neural crest cell development. Mech Dev 121(7-8) 841-59
Medaka: dm  Available National Institute for Basic Biology
Category: Mutatnts
Class : Spontaneous mutant strains
Characteristics : Pigment granules in melanophores and leucophores are always dispersed.
Notes : The RECIPIENT shall use the BIOLOGICAL MATERIALS only for the purpose of research.
Strain ID : MT35
Taxonomy : Oryzias
Reference : Kelsh RN, Inoue C, Momoi A, Kondoh H, Furutani-Seiki M, Ozato K, Wakamatsu Y. (2004) The Tomita collection of medaka pigmentation mutants as a resource for understanding neural crest cell development. Mech Dev 121(7-8) 841-59
Medaka: Hd-rR.Y^wSrn  Available Utsunomiya University
Category: Mutatnts
Class : Mutants of sex determination and differentiation
Characteristics : Loss-of -function mutant of DMY gene from Shirone, with Hd-rR background
Strain ID : MT201
Taxonomy : Oryzias
Reference : Otake H, Shinomiya A, Matsuda M, Hamaguchi S, Sakaizumi M. (2006) Wild-derived XY sex-reversal mutants in the Medaka, Oryzias latipes. Genetics 173(4) 2083-90
Medaka: Y^wKrb Y^Hd-rR.rr  Available Utsunomiya University
Category: Mutatnts
Class : Mutants of sex determination and differentiation
Characteristics : Loss-of -function mutant of DMY gene from Kurobe
Strain ID : MT203
Taxonomy : Oryzias
Reference : Otake H, Shinomiya A, Matsuda M, Hamaguchi S, Sakaizumi M. (2006) Wild-derived XY sex-reversal mutants in the Medaka, Oryzias latipes. Genetics 173(4) 2083-90
Medaka: Y^wOur Y^HNI  Available Utsunomiya University
Category: Mutatnts
Class : Mutants of sex determination and differentiation
Characteristics : Loss-of -function mutant of DMY gene from Oura
Strain ID : MT206
Taxonomy : Oryzias
Reference : Otake H, Shinomiya A, Matsuda M, Hamaguchi S, Sakaizumi M. (2006) Wild-derived XY sex-reversal mutants in the Medaka, Oryzias latipes. Genetics 173(4) 2083-90
Medaka: OK-Cab  Available National Institute for Basic Biology
Category: Mutatnts
Class : Spontaneous mutant strains
Characteristics : Standard line (Southern line), wild type
Strain ID : MT830
Taxonomy : Oryzias
Reference : Shimizu Y, Kawasaki T. (2021) Differential Regenerative Capacity of the Optic Tectum of Adult Medaka and Zebrafish. Front Cell Dev Biol 9 686755
Shimizu T, Fujita N, Tsuji-Tamura K, Kitagawa Y, Fujisawa T, Tamura M, Sato M. (2021) Osteocytes as main responders to low-intensity pulsed ultrasound treatment during fracture healing. Sci Rep 11(1) 10298
Boan AF, Delgadin TH, Canosa LF, Fernandino JI. (2024) Loss of function in somatostatin receptor 5 has no impact on the growth of medaka fish due to compensation by the other paralogs. Gen Comp Endocrinol 351 114478
Risa Suzuki, Jia Zheng Woo, Thomas Thumberger, Gero Hofmann, Joachim Wittbrodt, Tinatini Tavhelidse-Suck () Characterizing medaka visual features using a high-throughput optomotor response assay
Kanamori A, Kitani R, Oota A, Hirano K, Myosho T, Kobayashi T, Kawamura K, Kato N, Ansai S, Kinoshita M. (2023) Wnt4a Is Indispensable for Genital Duct Elongation but Not for Gonadal Sex Differentiation in the Medaka, <i>Oryzias latipes</i>. Zoolog Sci 40(5) 348-359
Takemoto K, Nishimura T, Kawasaki T, Imai Y, Levy K, Hart N, Olaya I, Burgess SM, Elkouby YM, Tanaka M, Sakai N. (2023) <i>In Vitro</i> Storage of Functional Sperm at Room Temperature in Zebrafish and Medaka. Zebrafish 20(6) 229-235
Mizoguchi K, Sato M, Saito R, Koshikuni M, Sakakibara M, Manabe R, Harada Y, Uchikawa T, Ansai S, Kamei Y, Naruse K, Fukamachi S. (2023) Behavioral photosensitivity of multi-color-blind medaka: enhanced response under ultraviolet light in the absence of short-wavelength-sensitive opsins. BMC Neurosci 24(1) 67
Katsuyasu Kamimura, Masato Kinoshita, Akira Kanamori (2024) Medaka factor in the germline alpha (figα) is indispensable for oogenesis but not for gonadal sex differentiation Aquaculture and Fisheries 9 347-354
Shiyu Kameyama, Taiki Niwa, Mariko Kikuchi, Minoru Tanaka (2024) Medaka Terb1 Mutant Displays Defects of Synaptonemal Complex Formation and Sexual Difference in Gametogenesis Zoological Science 41
Otake K, Azetsu Y, Chatani M, Karakawa A, Nishida S, Hirayama A, Kobayashi R, Sakai N, Suzuki N, Takami M. (2024) Abnormal bone regeneration induced by FK506 in medaka fin revealed by in vivo imaging. J Oral Biosci
Watanabe M, Okamura Y, Kono T, Sakai M, Hikima JI. (2023) Interleukin-22 induces immune-related gene expression in the gills of Japanese medaka Oryzias latipes. Dev Comp Immunol 148 104916
Chuang HJ, Chiu L, Yan JJ, Chang CY, Tang YH, Chou MY, Yu HT, Hwang PP. (2023) Responses of medaka (Oryzias latipes) ammonia production and excretion to overcome acidified environments. J Hazard Mater 445 130539
Medaka: tab  Available National Institute for Basic Biology
Category: Mutatnts
Symbol : tacobo
Class : Mutants of skeleton, blood vessel and heart
Characteristics : Defective neurogenesis. Shortend body axis, Small eyes. Mutated gene is laminin gamma1.
Special Affairs : ■ The RECIPIENT shall refer the following publication in any PUBLICATIONS. (Name of the Publication: Tsuda S et al. (2010) FAK-mediated extracellular signals are essential for interkinetic nuclear migration and planar divisions in the neuroepithelium. J Cell Sci. 123(Pt 3):484-96.)
Strain ID : MT166
Taxonomy : Oryzias
Reference : Sharanya Maanasi Kalasekar, Eleni Zacharia, Noah Kessler, Nicole A. Ducharme, Jan-Åke Gustafsson, Ioannis A. Kakadiaris, Maria Bondesson (2015) Identification of environmental chemicals that induce yolk malabsorption in zebrafish using automated image segmentation Reproductive Toxicology 55 20-29
Medaka: d-rR/TOKYO  Available Utsunomiya University
Category: Mutatnts
Medaka: hi-medaka  Available National Institute for Basic Biology
Category: Mutatnts
DNA List 8 items 1 - 8 / 8
Medaka: olec36d21  Available National Institute for Basic Biology
Category: olec
Medaka: olte61d07 National Institute for Basic Biology
Category: olte
Medaka: olli34h17 National Institute for Basic Biology
Category: olli
Medaka: olsp62a16 National Institute for Basic Biology
Category: olsp
Medaka: olecno3_i19 National Institute for Basic Biology
Category: Non redundant full length cDNA
Medaka: olebno16_g13 National Institute for Basic Biology
Category: Non redundant full length cDNA
Medaka: olbrno9_f15 National Institute for Basic Biology
Category: Non redundant full length cDNA
Tissue : Non redundant full length cDNA
Definition : glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate dehydrogenase isoform 2 [Oplegnathus fasciatus]
Taxonomy : Oryzias
Reference : Yamashita J, Kawabata Y, Okubo K. (2017) Expression of isotocin is male-specifically up-regulated by gonadal androgen in the medaka brain. J Neuroendocrinol 29(12)
Medaka: OHB1  Available National Institute for Basic Biology
Category: Related species BAC clone