Xenopus


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Two years later, in the summer of 2005, scientists at Syngenta began their initial testing of atrazine on Xenopus.
Transgenic Xenopus embryos were created by introducing the plasmid into sperm nuclei and injecting unfertilized eggs.
Key words: Baccharis heterophylla, Chenopodium morale, Desmodium grahami, Gentiana spathacea, Solanum rostratum, Xenopus oocyte, [Ca.
The publicly available Xenopus genome sequence will be a scientifically valuable resource for the research community.
Individual adult male and female Xenopus frogs were injected with human chorionic gonadotropin to induce gamete maturation and placed together in a breeding aquarium to allow for fertilization.
Electrophysiologic and biophysical characterization of expressed HERG in Xenopus oocytes established that HERG encodes the rapidly activating delayed-rectifier potassium current [I.
In Xenopus laeuis, tadpoles change substrate color preference, preferring white early and black late in development (Moriya et al.
Xenopus tadpoles, with two separate branchial chambers with two separate external spiracles are Type I (xenoanura).
In the current experiment, the researchers extracted cells from the fertilized eggs of a Xenopus, a bisexual African clawed toad that is widely used in developmental biology investigations.
They hope the South African Xenopus Frog could provide a major research breakthrough.
A team of scientists at Dundee University hope their research, using South African Xenopus Frogs, will be a great leap forward in the fight against the deadly disease.
Paper: "Patterned femtosecond-laser ablation of Xenopus Laevis melanocytes for studies of cell migration, wound repair, and developmental processes," Mondia et al.
Tenders Are Invited for Mgr16 - breeding systems for xenopus and zebrafish.
Nucleoplasmin (Npm), as a molecular chaperone, was found in the eggs of Xenopus laevis which facilitated sperm chromatin remodeling at fertilization (Leno et al.