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Fig. 4 | BMC Developmental Biology

Fig. 4

From: A parental requirement for dual-specificity phosphatase 6 in zebrafish

Fig. 4

dusp6 homozygous mutant embryos have reduced viability. a Comparison of the percent live embryos at 1hpf and 10hpf between wildtype and dusp6 mutant (derived from crosses between dusp6um239/um239 females and dusp6um239/um239 males) clutches. Statistical significance was determined by t-test and the p-value is indicated. b Comparison of the percent live embryos at 1hpf and 10hpf between wildtype and dusp2/dusp6 double mutant (derived from crosses between dusp2um287/um287;dusp6um286/um286 females and dusp2um287/um287;dusp6um286/um286 males) clutches. Statistical significance was determined by t-test and the p-value is indicated. c Comparison of the percent live embryos at 1hpf and 10hpf in clutches derived from wildtype male crossed to wildtype female, wildtype female crossed to dusp2um287/um287;dusp6um286/um286 mutant male, and wildtype male crossed to dusp2um287/um287;dusp6um286/um286 mutant female. ANOVA+Multiple Comparison Analysis did not reveal a statistically significant difference. A minimum of three clutches was analyzed for each cross with the mean percentages displayed ┬▒ SD

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