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Table 1 Characterization of otulina and slc29a1a mutant phenotypes

From: What makes a bad egg? Egg transcriptome reveals dysregulation of translational machinery and novel fertility genes important for fertilization

Embryos with defects
  Total number of embryos Non-cellularized Partially cellularized Normal embryos
otulina-1 210 163   47
otulina-2 213 172   41
otulina-3 92 53   39
otulina-4 116 110   6
slc29a1a-1 104 104   0
slc29a1a-2 100 88   12
slc29a1a-3 660 450   210
slc29a1a-4 451 439   12
slc29a1a-5 245 150   95
slc29a1a-6 152 138   14
slc29a1a-7 361 252   110
slc29a1a-8 80 71   9
slc29a1a-9 85 9 48 28
slc29a1a-10 370 153 24 193
  1. Characterization of otulina and slc29a1a mutant phenotypes from crosses of otulina or slc29a1a mutant F0 females and WT males. Embryos did not develop at all. Embryos had a partially cellularized blastodisc that was sitting atop an enlarged syncytium (arrow in Fig. 4n)