Osteocrin: Identification, Expression, and CRISPR/Cas9 Analysis in Scale Development in Teleost
Catfish are valuable resources for comparative study because of their morphologic variance. They comprise 12% of all teleost species and 6.3% of all vertebrates which means includes over 4100 species belong to order Siluriformes. In this work, an extensive comparative genome analysis was conducted to validate the correlation of the presence osteocrin with scaled fishes, and the absence of osteocrin with scaleless fishes. The scaled fish model in phylogeny tree was found tree was found to be clustered based on their scale types: placoid, ganoid, cosmoid, elasmoid, and dermal bony plate, respectively.
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