Organism Genome size (bp) Number of genes - Protein coding (total) Number of chromosomes Model Organisms Model bacteria E. coli 1002694.6 Mbp100269 4,300105443 1 Budding yeast 100237S. 2008). BMC Genomics 9, 222 (2008). Not only the sequence-structure (Figure 1) but also the in vitro chemotactic activity (Figure 6A) showed that it is truly the fifth subfamily of the chemokine superfamily. Christoffels A, Koh EG, Chia JM, Brenner S, Aparicio S, Venkatesh B: Fugu genome analysis provides evidence for a whole-genome duplication early during the evolution of ray-finned fishes. Google Scholar. Map of India with sampling locations (black circles), sample abbreviations and colour‐coded genetic clusters of wild populations from (a) mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) analysis and (b) single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) analysis with STRUCTURE. 2003). Genes & genetic systems. 10.1093/nar/gki198. 10.1093/molbev/msl150. Initial sequence of the chimpanzee genome and comparison with the human genome. For the wild population test, we used outliers from the hierarchical analysis that excluded lab strains. There are records of zebrafish collections from central India from as recently as the 1970’s (Engeszer et al. Cell suspension of the head and body kidneys was layered on an isotonic Percoll (GE Healthcare, Buckinghamshire, England) solution of the specific gravity of 1.090. An average of 78.77%, 79.83%, and 81.03% of reads mapped uniquely to the zebrafish genome (GRCz11) in the Fb, Mb, and Hb regions, respectively (Supplementary Table S2). However, there are some exceptions. 2006, 81 (1): 29-39. The genome of the wild zebrafish was sequenced at 39-fold coverage. The double-stranded cDNAs were synthesized using PrimeStar HS DNA polymerase (Takara Bio, Kyoto, Japan). Huising MO, Meulen van der T, Flik G, Verburg-van Kemenade BM: Three novel carp CXC chemokines are expressed early in ontogeny and at nonimmune sites. These lab strains have generally been bred for reduced genetic diversity and purging of lethal mutations as an aid to molecular biology research (Spence et al. 2004, 20 (4): 367-379. []. Phylogenic and syntenic analyses with other fish and mammal chemokines have demonstrated that extensive and highly species-specific duplication events were involved in the evolution of the zebrafish chemokine system. However, chemokines in these groups cannot be categorized as orthologous and are not located in the syntenic loci. Nature. Get Book. 2009) to identify loci putatively influenced by natural selection (see next section). Fig. In humans, at least 44 members are known. Nature. Gilligan P, Brenner S, Venkatesh B: Fugu and human sequence comparison identifies novel human genes and conserved non-coding sequences. 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Google Scholar. The zebrafish is easily captured, can be maintained and bred easily in captivity or mesocosms, or can be studied under field conditions in Bangladesh, Nepal or India. 2009). 6a). Mean sample size was 15.3 and ranged from 2 to 20 (Table 1). Mean r2 was 0.135 (SD 0.201; N = 996 variable loci). Pairwise estimates of genetic differentiation were low between populations in northeastern India (DHO, JOR, PGM, PNS, UTR and RCH) and eastern Nepal (BER). For this purpose, the chemokine coding sequences were amplified by PCR with the following primers. Fig. 2004, 431 (7011): 946-957. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences. Genome editing methods including CRISPR and Tol2. One nonsynonymous substitution occurred in a gene putatively associated with metabolic processes (glucose‐fructose oxidoreductase activity) and another with signal transduction (Table S3, Supporting information). One prohibitive factor has been the high cost of sequencing an entire zebrafish genome (∼1.5 Gb, compared to 100 Mb for C. elegans and 120 Mb for A. thaliana). Divergent outliers with nonsynonymous substitutions had putative functions associated with metabolic processes, oxidoreductase activity and chromatin assembly/disassembly. (Note that the XC subfamily lacks the first and third conserved cysteine resides.) J Immunol. 10.1016/j.ydbio.2004.01.020. Zebrafish Danio rerio: Reference: Howe K et al., The zebrafish reference genome sequence and its relationship to the human genome. Organism Genome size (bp) Number of genes - Protein coding (total) Number of chromosomes Model Organisms ... Zebrafish D. 1rerio 1005971.4 Gbp11374 26,000111374 48 (2n) Mouse M. 100308musculus 2.8 Gbp 20,000100310 40 (2n)100335 Human H. 111378sapiens 3.2 Gbp 21,000100399 46 (2n)100426 Viruses Hepatitis D virus (smallest known animal RNA virus) 1.7 … 10.1016/j.dci.2004.01.006. cerevisiae 12 Mbp100459 6,600 16100459 Fission yeast S. pombe 105369 13 Mbp105369 4,800105369 3 Amoeba D. 105513discoideum 34 Mbp 13,000105514 6105513 Diatom T. 105369pseudonana 35 … The selection consists of four subsets, as follows: (1) confirmed SNPs from Guryev et al. Previous work on wild zebrafish populations was performed using a small number of neutral markers and revealed low levels of population substructure for several geographically proximate natural populations in northeastern India (Gratton et al. Interactive effects of inbreeding and endocrine disruption on reproduction in a model laboratory fish. We estimated the parameter r2 with the software PLINK ver. Therefore, the receptor gene number in the zebrafish genome might be underestimated, and there is a possibility that the fishspecific chemokines, particularly the CX chemokines, may bind to receptors substantially different from other chemokine receptors and thus may be difficult to identify by the standard database search. Li Q, Shirabe K, Kuwada JY: Chemokine signaling regulates sensory cell migration in zebrafish. The southern Bangladesh population (CHT) was also genetically differentiated (Table S2, Supporting information). Select a stage name below to get a detailed description and images. Previously, by constructing a phylogenetic tree using a collectioin of CC chemokines from four teleost species including zebrafish, Peatman and Liu have observed four highly related chemokine groups, CCL19/21/25, CCL20, CCL27/28 and fish-specific groups, in the tree [36]. (2006) data set contains over 50 000 predicted SNPs obtained by the comparison of EST traces from the WashU Zebrafish EST project (Clark et al. Crossref; PubMed ; Google Scholar, Yu et al., 2012. We tested for population structure and major genetic assemblages with samova ver. Eur J Immunol. Please check your email for instructions on resetting your password. This volume on genetics, genomics, and informatics, will cover new technologies in forward and reverse genetics, transgenesis, the zebrafish genome and mapping technologies, informatics and comparative genomics, and Infrastructure. The high LD in the lab strain is likely caused by bottlenecks and inbreeding. These cDNAs were mixed to isolate chemokine cDNAs. Signal sequences and O-glycosylation sites were predicted by SignalIP 3.0 [59] and NetOGlyc 3.1 [60], respectively. To avoid individual differences observed in some isolated cDNA clones, amino acid sequences derived from the draft genome sequences were used for the phylogenetic analyses as far as the genomic sequences of the genes are available. Immunogenetics. Two regions of reduced variation were associated with transcription factors: transcription factor 12 (chromosome 7) and TATA‐box‐binding protein (chromosome 13; Table S4, Supporting information). The Zebrafish - Genetics, Genomics, and Transcriptomics. 10.1016/j.ygeno.2006.03.014. This latest assembly has been refined by the addition of nearly 1000 finished clone sequences and by the resolution of more than 400 assembly issues. Substructure within this group occurred on either side of the Ganges and Brahmaputra Rivers and may be due to isolation by distance or an effect of these rivers themselves on dispersal. Our scope of inference is limited to these three lab strains, but ‘wild‐type’ lab strains for this species are generally derived from pet stores (although exceptions such as the strains Nadia and Darjeeling occur) followed by intentional inbreeding to remove lethal genes and to reduce genetic variation (Spence et al. Working off-campus? We examined three lab strains in this study: AB, SJA and TM1. 10.1266/ggs.81.29. BMC Genomics Increased desertification and reduction of tropical forests into savannah or patchy deciduous forests occurred during these periods (Brandon‐Jones 1996; Meijaard & van der Zon 2003; Iyengar et al. This central group was surrounded by populations that exhibited deep phylogeographic divergence. Our analysis of old world monkey genome have also revealed that chemokine gene clusters are the subject of frequent birth-and-death events even after the divergence of primates [44]. While the short‐read k‐mer‐based genome size estimate of 906.6 Mb matches the final assembly size of 908.9 Mb very well, the C‐value‐derived genome size estimate is slightly larger (938.9 Mb). 10.1038/84219. HN and OY analyzed the data and wrote the manuscript. TI, AY and YK prepared the RNAs. There are at least 44 chemokine genes (24 CC, 17 CXC, one CX3C, and two XC genes) in humans. PubMed Central  Estimates of genetic diversity and divergence with SNPs like those used in this study, which were developed from lab strains, may be prone to ascertainment bias. During such duplications, a novel chemokine subfamily termed CX was generated in zebrafish. 10.1111/j.1432-1033.2004.04347.x. The relative comparison of genetic divergence among wild populations and lab strains with this set of SNPs is likely robust to ascertainment bias, but further comparison of absolute values of divergence and diversity between lab strains and wild populations based on the SNP data would likely be biased. Recent completion of the chimpanzee genome sequencing revealed that the chemokine family is one of the most rapidly evolving gene clusters [45]. A challenge raised by the rapid progress of genome sequencing projects is to define the functions of the 40,000–70,000 genes that constitute the vertebrate genome (Dunham et al. Total RNAs were prepared from various embryonic stages, 0, 4, 8, 12, 24, 36, 48, 70, 120 hpf, and adults (six months) using Trizol reagent (Invitrogen, Carlsbad, CA). The small number of outliers in the wild population with either significantly reduced heterozygosity or elevated LD in surrounding chromosomal regions is generally consistent with a lack of strong selective sweeps. Springer Nature. Three genetic groups were defined by mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) (perpendicular lines) and labelled according to sampling locations. In contrast, the zebrafish genome contains a marked excess of type II DNA transposable elements. ) Populations zebrafish_CRISPRs.bed.gz (336.3 Mb) This BED file contains all CRISPR/Cas9 targets in the zebrafish genome that fit the criteria of at least three mismatches overall. Our work establishes a foundation for studies that incorporate genetic variation from wild zebrafish populations to understand the full range of genetic influences on phenotypic variation in this species. The zebrafish (anio rerio) as a model organism, with emphasis on applications for finfish aquaculture research. Chemokines are a family of chemotactic cytokines that regulate migration and tissue compartmentalization of various kinds of cells in the body [1–4]. DeVries ME, Kelvin AA, Xu L, Ran L, Robinson J, Kelvin DJ: Defining the origins and evolution of the chemokine/chemokine receptor system. Groups were defined as follows: PAR, KHA and CHIT each formed a separate group; BER, DHO, JOR, PGM and RCH formed a group; PNS, UTR and TM1 formed a group; and AB and SJA were grouped together. 10.1016/S0378-1119(02)00793-X. S1 Allele frequency spectra for wild populations and three lab strains. There are 81 CC, 25 CXC, and one XC subfamily member genes in the zebrafish genome, but no CX3C subfamily member has been identified. Wild Sex in Zebrafish: Loss of the Natural Sex Determinant in Domesticated Strains. Briefings in bioinformatics. 10.1006/geno.1998.5670. 1999, 55 (3): 353-357. The striking difference in the overall pattern of LD in the AB lab strain compared with a wild population provides a clear example of the effects of domestication on locus interactions and has important implications for the influence of epistasis and adaptive processes in lab relative to wild populations. Map locations for the vast majority of SNPs are known based on map locations from the Zv9 zebrafish genome assembly. We also searched chemokine genes in pufferfish fugu and Tetraodon, and found only 18 chemokine genes in each species. Kumar S, Tamura K, Nei M: MEGA3: Integrated software for Molecular Evolutionary Genetics Analysis and sequence alignment. Just like the mammalian transmembrane chemokines, CX3CL1 [23] and CXCL16 [24], the three zebrafish chemokines with a potential transmembrane region also have Ser/Thr-rich mucin-like domains between the chemokine domain and the putative transmembrane region (Table 1). In WGS-based gene discovery approaches, the size of the zebrafish genome forces relatively low coverage due to cost considerations (typically 4× or lower). Genome Biol. = 11, P = 0.15). The populations from southern Bangladesh (CHT) and western (PAR) and central Nepal (KHA) likely occurred in separate Quaternary refugia. KH and ST (Kinki Univ.) Constructing genomic maps of positive selection in humans: where do we go from here? The symbols used are the same with those in Figure 2. Recent studies have begun to examine questions in ecology and evolution using natural populations of zebrafish, which occur in India, Nepal and Bangladesh (Engeszer et al. Zebrafish mutations define the functions of hundreds of essential genes in the vertebrate genome. Indeed, there are a number of chemokine-like exons located near or within the intact chemokine genes (not shown). 2008), and there is a strong possibility that major phylogeographic breaks occur. For the analysis of population groups across geographic space, we used STRUCTURE ver. Discussion . Some human and fish chemokine genes are orthologous based on the phylogenetic trees and syntenic relationship, indicating that they existed prior to the split of fish and mammals (Figure 2). The zebrafish chemokine genes identified in this study were compared with those recently identified by two other groups, DeVries et al. Nature. Pufferfish chemokine genes were similarly termed. HN planed the entire study and carried out the database searches. 2). Linkage disequilibrium was not significantly elevated surrounding any divergent outlier loci in the representative natural population but was significantly elevated surrounding one low outlier (progestin and adipoQ receptor family member IIIa; Table S3, Supporting information; Fig 6a). (2002) identified SNPs in previously mapped genes on the basis of polymorphisms between the zebrafish C32 and SJD strains. We used pairwise ΦST based on the TrN substitution model to estimate genetic differentiation among populations (Excoffier et al. 2005, 33 (2): 511-518. 10.1038/79738. These studies have also shown the existence of species-specific chemokines in each species and the conservation of homeostatic chemokines across species. Overall FST with lab strains included was 0.234 (95% CI 0.229–0.239) and overall Dest was 0.104 (95% CI 0.103–0.106). Most of the examined chemokine genes started to be expressed at the specific embryonic stages and their expression continued until six months after fertilization. We used the AmiGO browser of gene ontology (, the KEGG PATHWAY database ( and the UniProt database (, along with corresponding literature searches to assign significant outlier SNPs to putative functional groups. Moser B, Loetscher P: Lymphocyte traffic control by chemokines. 10.1038/385640a0. For example, CCL-chr25a stands for one of the CC chemokine ligand genes found on chromosome 25. Inflammatory chemokines are expressed by leukocytes or related cells only upon activation and mediate emigration of leukocytes, while homeostatic chemokines are constitutively expressed in tissues such as lymphoid tissues and are involved in relocation of lymphocytes or other types of cells. GENERAL METHODS FOR ZEBRAFISH CARE Water (Source: M. Westerfield) Several different types of water are used for procedures described in the following sections. Notably, most homeostatic and dual-function chemokines belong to the mini- or non-cluster chemokines, while most inflammatory chemokines to the major cluster chemokines. This software does not implement the TrN model, so the GTR + I + G model was used. If the AB and SJA lab strains were collected from the same region, as the mtDNA results suggest, the SNP results reveal that nuclear genomes have diverged since being brought into captivity. In contrast, the extent of LD in natural zebrafish populations was markedly reduced compared with the lab strain and appeared to be lower than outbred wolf (Gray et al. Human CXCL12 and Tetraodon CXCL-chr17b are also identified as the orthologous genes based on the phylogenetic (Figure 2B) and synteny analyses (not shown). For the wild population, heterozygosity was significantly reduced near six of 71 outlier loci (8.5%) compared with genome‐wide average heterozygosity in 10 Mb windows (P < 0.05; Table S3, Supporting information; Fig. Alignments were further deduplicated using ‘samtools rmdup’. Transmembrane regions were determined by SOSUI [61]. DNA Cell Biol. 10.1189/jlb.1003465. In zebrafish, extensive duplication events have occurred on some chromosomes and generated a novel subfamily CX and some CXC member genes from the neighboring CC genes. J Immunol. 2010), colour and pattern variation as it relates to speciation (Parichy 2006), genetic effects of domestication (Robison & Rowland 2005; Robison 2007), variation in individual growth rates (Spence et al. We performed 10 runs for each of K = 1–15, the total number of population samples examined with SNPs. These levels or organization include variation at the species level, the interaction of evolutionary process within and among populations, individual phenotypic variation, and gene activities underlying phenotypic variation (Dalziel et al. ATAC-seq paired-end reads were adapter- and quality trimmed using cutadapt and aligned to zebrafish genome build Zv10 using bowtie2 with a maximum insert size of 2000 (-X 2000) and parameters ‘—no-mixed—no-discordant’. The chemokines tagged with (His)6 swere purified in a single step with a His-binding Ni-affinity column (QIAGEN, Hilden, Germany) to a purity >95%. 2000, 12 (2): 121-127. DNA sequences: Genbank accessions JN234180–JN234356. Article  2002, 294 (1–2): 35-44. By comparing the chemokine sequences predicted from the zebrafish draft sequence with those of isolated cDNAs and ESTs, the sequences have been manually curated to ascertain a higher level of completeness and quality. A total of 10 000 permutations were performed to estimate significance levels, which we then corrected for false discovery rate with α = 0.05 (Benjamini & Hochberg 1995). Google Scholar. With the 1832 SNP data set, a total of 11 593 tests for H‐W proportions were possible. However, SJA clearly showed highly reduced diversity relative to the other two lab strains (Table 2) and AB had substantially reduced genetic diversity (mean He = 0.142) relative to wild populations collected near the Ganges and Brahmaputra Rivers in northern India and Nepal (range of mean He: 0.223–0.253). GRCz11 shows a significant reduction in scaffold numbers and increase in scaffold N50 whilst the overall genome size was not affected. Zebrafish genome. . Mean sample size was 15.3 and ranged from 2 to 20 . The Zebrafish Gene Collection (ZGC) is an NIH initiative that supports the production of cDNA libraries, clones and sequences to provide a complete set of full-length (open reading frame) sequences and cDNA clones of expressed genes for zebrafish. Bao B, Peatman E, Peng X, Baoprasertkul P, Wang G, Liu Z: Characterization of 23 CC chemokine genes and analysis of their expression in channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus). The genome half‐length was approximately 50 kb and the distance to reach an r2 of 0.2 was approximately 5.2 Mb. Chemotactic responses are expressed as the mean numbers of cells per 0.4 mm3 ± SD (n = 3). The two pufferfish species belong to the order Tetraodontiformes and diverged from a common ancestor approximately 32 Myr ago from the fossil data [10] or 85 Myr ago from the molecular data [11]. California Privacy Statement, 2006). 2011) and therefore would provide complementary information about locus‐specific selective responses. We systematically searched chemokine genes in the zebrafish genome and EST databases, and identified more than 100 chemokine genes. In the present study, we systematically searched for the chemokine genes in the latest zebrafish genome and EST databases. Several outliers exhibited this pattern, including four divergent outlier loci. PAR, BER, SHK, JOR, PGM, PNS, UTR, AB, SJA and TM1 all fell within an additional group. Shedding new light on early sex determination in zebrafish. The full text of this article hosted at is unavailable due to technical difficulties. 10.1007/s00251-007-0228-4. Mean LD within nonoutlier windows was used to create a genome‐wide distribution and the percentile at which mean LD for each outlier region deviated from the genome‐wide average was used as a P‐value. 2002), pigs (Harmegnies et al. Molecular genetics and genomics generate new insights into invertebrate pest invasions. 2020 Nov 29;S0888-7543(20)32021-8. doi: 10.1016/j.ygeno.2020.11.023. 2010). 1. (2007). Recently, Peatman and Liu [19] reported identification of 46 CC chemokine genes in the zebrafish genome. 10.1016/S0168-9525(01)02243-0. Our database search showed that this novel class chemokines does not exist in other species. Body length rather than routine metabolic rate and body condition correlates with activity and risk‐taking in juvenile zebrafish Danio rerio. We used the correlated allele frequencies model with an initial λ of 1, where λ parameterizes the allele frequency prior and is based on the Dirichlet distribution of allele frequencies. These solutions have been adapted to balance ease and cost of production with the changing needs of zebrafish during their life cycle. 2006), reproductive behaviour (Hutter et al. The nonsynonymous low outlier SNP associated with the influenza virus NS1A binding protein represents a putative immune function‐related gene (Wolff et al. For phylogenetic analysis, the zebrafish and pufferfish chemokine protein sequences, together with those of human, were aligned with MAFFT [62] and corrected by a visual inspection. 2004, 5 (2): 150-163. Preliminary construction of a phlylogenetic tree using all the sequences showed two large clusters (see Additional file 4). Correspondence to It has been shown that a substantial number of chemokine genes in the chicken genome had already existed before the divergence between aves and mammals [47]. 2013 Apr 25 496(7446):498-503. doi: 10.1038/nature12111. The searches were repeated using the identified fish chemokine genes and ESTs as queries to identify homologous genes that were hard to be detected by initial searches using the human sequences. Nature. 10.1038/nature05846. Peatman and Liu for providing us the zebrafish chemokine sequences they identified. This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. 2008). We designated the group of the genes as a novel CX chemokine subfamily because two of the member genes (CXL-chr24a and CXL-chr24b) are clustered with other CC chemokine genes on chromosome 24, and one of them (CXL-chr24a) shows a chemotactic activity (see below). Taking advantage of genetic resources such as EST libraries, identification of chemokine genes has been pursued in other fish species such as catfish [28, 29, 50], trout [31, 32], carp [33, 35], and cichlid fish [51]. We detected 71 significantly divergent outlier loci (3.4%) and nine loci (0.5%) with significantly low FST values. PubMed  2006, 30 (9): 783-796. We did not apply the LD filter for this analysis so that all potential candidate loci and regions of chromosomes had the opportunity to be detected. (2007) as the reverse primer. We applied the PEGASUS method to identify ∼1 300 000 human and ∼55 000 zebrafish predicted enhancers (conserved non-coding elements) targeting the majority of the genes in their respective genomes. Genome Biology and Evolution, 3 (1). This … Developmental and comparative immunology. Immunogenetics. Only confidence values of ≥50% are shown. 2001, 2 (2): 123-128. Risk-Taking During Feeding: Between- and Within-Population Variation and Repeatability Across Contexts Among Wild Zebrafish. Furthermore, also by using zebrafish, the cxcl12-cxcr4 signaling has also been shown to be important for the migration of sensory cells known as the migrating primordium of the posterior lateral line as well as the guidance of retinal ganglion cell axons [17, 18]. 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