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Auteur (up) Desvignes, T.; Fauvel, C.; Bobe, J. url  doi
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  Titre The nme gene family in zebrafish oogenesis and early development Type Article scientifique
  Année 2011 Publication Revue Abrégée Naunyn-Schmiedebergs Arch. Pharmacol.  
  Volume 384 Numéro 4-5 Pages 439-449  
  Mots-Clés Maternal; Ndpk; Nm23; Teleost; Vertebrate; adult-mouse; cdna; cloning; differential expression; egg quality; maternal control; midblastula transition; nm23 homolog; nucleoside diphosphate kinase; oocyte; protein  
  Résumé After the recent report of the expression of several nme genes in the zebrafish gonads, the present study aimed at further analyzing the expression of nme genes in the ovary with special attention for the nme transcripts that are maternally inherited and could thus participate in the determination of oocyte developmental competence. The expression levels of all groups I and II nme genes were characterized by QPCR in a panel of zebrafish tissues. The nme genes exhibiting an ovarian expression were subsequently monitored throughout oogenesis and early development, and their expression sites characterized using in situ hybridization. Here, we show that nme2b1, nme3, nme4, and nme6 are highly expressed in the ovary and present in the zebrafish oocyte throughout oogenesis. While the four transcripts are maternally inherited, nme3 and nme6 display a typical maternal profile and are detected in the zebrafish early embryo. In contrast to nme3, nme6, abundance exhibits a sharp decrease during early embryogenesis. After zygotic genome activation, we observed an increased expression of nme2b1, nme2b2, nme3, and nme6. The present study provides a comprehensive overview of the expression of nme family members during zebrafish oogenesis and early development. In addition, the maternal origin of two nme transcripts in the early embryo is reported here for the first time in any vertebrate species. Together, our observations suggest an important role of the nme family in oocyte and embryo development in vertebrates.  
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Auteur (up) Desvignes, T.; Nguyen, T.; Chesnel, F.; Bouleau, A.; Fauvel, C.; Bobe, J. doi  openurl
  Titre X-Linked Retinitis Pigmentosa 2 Is a Novel Maternal-Effect Gene Required for Left-Right Asymmetry in Zebrafish Type Article scientifique
  Année 2015 Publication Revue Abrégée Biol. Reprod.  
  Volume 93 Numéro 2 Pages 42  
  Mots-Clés developmental biology; egg developmental competence; egg quality; fish; fish reproduction; kupffers vesicle; left-right axis; linked retinitis-pigmentosa; maternal-effect gene; midblastula transition; molecular characterization; ndpk; nme10; oocyte; oocyte-specific; ovum; pigmentosa protein rp2; plasma-membrane; retinitis-pigmentosa-2 protein; teleost; to-zygotic transition; vertebrate development; zygote  
  Résumé Retinitis pigmentosa 2 (RP2) gene is responsible for up to 20% of X-linked retinitis pigmentosa, a severe heterogeneous genetic disorder resulting in progressive retinal degeneration in humans. In vertebrates, several bodies of evidence have clearly established the role of Rp2 protein in cilia genesis and/or function. Unexpectedly, some observations in zebrafish have suggested the oocyte-predominant expression of the rp2 gene, a typical feature of maternal-effect genes. In the present study, we investigate the maternal inheritance of rp2 gene products in zebrafish eggs in order to address whether rp2 could be a novel maternal-effect gene required for normal development. Although both rp2 mRNA and corresponding protein are expressed during oogenesis, rp2 mRNA is maternally inherited, in contrast to Rp2 protein. A knockdown of the protein transcribed from both rp2 maternal and zygotic mRNA results in delayed epiboly and severe developmental defects, including eye malformations, that were not observed when only the protein from zygotic origin was knocked down. Moreover, the knockdown of maternal and zygotic Rp2 revealed a high incidence of left-right asymmetry establishment defects compared to only zygotic knockdown. Here we show that rp2 is a novel maternal-effect gene exclusively expressed in oocytes within the zebrafish ovary and demonstrate that maternal rp2 mRNA is essential for successful embryonic development and thus contributes to egg developmental competence. Our observations also reveal that Rp2 protein translated from maternal mRNA is important to allow normal heart loop formation, thus providing evidence of a direct maternal contribution to left-right asymmetry establishment.  
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