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From: Targeted disruption of Tbc1d20with zinc-finger nucleases causes cataracts and testicular abnormalities in mice

Figure 1

The evaluation of the Tbc1d20 ZFNallele. ZFN-mediated genomic editing resulted in the Tbc1d20 ZFN transcript characterized by a 9 bp c.[418_426del] deletion (A). The Tbc1d20 ZFN allele encodes the TBC1D20-ZFN mutant protein with an in-frame 3 amino acid p.[H140_Y143del] deletion within a highly evolutionarily conserved TBC domain. Missing amino acids are depicted in red (B). (C) Overexpression of FLAG-tagged TBC1D20-WT (green) led to a disruption of the Golgi as evident by the punctate GM130 immunostaining (red). (D) Overexpression of the FLAG-tagged TBC1D20-ZFN protein (green) did not disrupt GM130 immunostaining of the Golgi and did not differ from GM130 immunostaining of the untransfected HeLa cell (E). DNA was stained with DAPI (blue). Scale bars = 5 μm.

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