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  1. Date: 2020-02-02T14:02:00
    Xenopus embryos for in vivo studies of human disease gene function: Xenopus embryos are large and easily manipulated, and moreover, thousands of embryos can be obtained in a single day. Indeed, Xenopus was the first vertebrate animal for which methods were developed to allow rapid analysis of gene function using misexpression (by mRNA injection).
  2. Date: 2020-01-13T08:30:00
    Xenopus boumbaensis, the Mawa clawed frog, is a species of frog in the family Pipidae. It is known from a few localities in central and south-eastern Cameroon, and from north-western Republic of Congo and extreme south-western Central African Republic; it probably occurs more widely in the central African forest belt, but identification is difficult: it is one of the cryptic species that ...
  3. Date: 2020-02-10T01:04:00
    The African clawed frog (Xenopus laevis, also known as the xenopus, African clawed toad, African claw-toed frog or the platanna) is a species of African aquatic frog of the family Pipidae. Its name is derived from the three short claws on each hind foot, which it uses to tear apart its food.
  4. Date: 2019-11-08T19:02:00
    The western clawed frog (Xenopus tropicalis) is a species of frog in the family Pipidae, also known as tropical clawed frog. It is the only species in the genus Xenopus to have a diploid genome. Its genome has been sequenced, making it a significant model organism for genetics that complements the related species Xenopus laevis (the African clawed frog), a widely used vertebrate model for ...
  5. Date: 2020-02-13T16:02:00
    Xenopus commonly known as the clawed frog) is a genus of aquatic frogs native to sub-Saharan Africa.. Twenty species are known. The two best-known species of this genus are Xenopus laevis and Xenopus tropicalis, which are studied as model organisms for developmental biology, cell biology, toxicology, neuroscience and for modelling human disease and birth defects.
  6. Date: 2019-12-16T15:21:00
    Xenbase is a web-accessible Model Organism Database (MOD).This knowledgebase provides informatics resources, as well as genomic and biological data on Xenopus frogs.. The mission of Xenbase is to accelerate the translation of Xenopus research into knowledge that will improve human health.
  7. Date: 2020-02-19T10:27:00
    Retrieved from "http://wiki.xenbase.org/xenwiki/index.php?title=Xenopus_development_stages&oldid=46326"
  8. Date: 2020-01-21T04:14:00
    Evans, Carter, Tobias, Kelley, Hanner & Tinsley, 2008. Xenopus itombwensis is a species of frogs in the family Pipidae endemic to the Itombwe Massif of the South Kivu Province of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.. References
  9. Date: 2020-02-03T14:43:00
    Xenopus amieti. Xenopus andrei. Xenopus borealis. Xenopus boumbaensis. Xenopus clivii. Xenopus fraseri. Xenopus gilli. Xenopus itombwensis. Xenopus laevis. Xenopus ...
  10. ... and cone inputs to horizontal cells of the Xenopus retina. Brain Res. 449: 332-336, 1988, http:// ...
  11. Date: 2020-02-20T00:39:00
    Ray Keller Awarded the 2020 SDB Lifetime Achievement Award. Congratulations to Dr. Ray Keller on receiving the 2020 Society of Development Biology (SDB) Lifetime Achievement Award.. Ray is a pioneer in the biomechanics of morphogenesis introducing conversion extension in gastrulation to generations of Xenopus researchers.
  12. Date: 2020-02-17T03:29:00
    Background of Xenopus. Xenopus is a genus of African frogs that are commonly known as the African clawed frogs. Two species of Xenopus are regularly used by biologists, Xenopus laevis and Xenopus tropicalis. Both species are fully aquatic, and are easy to maintain in captivity.
  13. Date: 2020-02-03T16:27:00
    This page was last edited on 26 November 2014, at 00:01. Files are available under licenses specified on their description page. All structured data from the file and property namespaces is available under the Creative Commons CC0 License; all unstructured text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply.
  14. Date: 2020-02-14T18:42:00
    Digitized images and developmental data from Nieuwkoop and Faber (1994) Normal Table of Xenopus laevis (Daudin). Garland Publishing Inc, New York ISBN 0-8153-1896-0. Click on the small images to download larger versions (most are < 0.1 MB, 300 dpi jpg files, and TIFF files are also available).
  15. Date: 2020-02-16T11:12:00
    How to cite Xenbase The NIH requests that NIH-funded resources be cited by authors who used these publicly funded resources. Similarly, the NIH and many major publishing houses, such as Nature Publishing Group, Elsevier, Wiley, and Company of Biologists request authors use RRID numbers to accurately identify the reagents and database/software resources used in their research.
  16. Date: 2019-10-16T16:49:00
    Media in category "Xenopus laevis"The following 75 files are in this category, out of 75 total.
  17. Date: 2020-02-08T11:51:00
    Den här artikeln har skapats av Lsjbot, ett program (en robot) för automatisk redigering. (2013-02) Artikeln kan eventuellt innehålla språkliga fel eller ett märkligt bildurval. Mallen kan avlägsnas efter en kontroll av innehållet (vidare information)
  18. Date: 2020-02-16T05:46:00
    アフリカツメガエル(Xenopus laevis)は、無尾目 ピパ科 ツメガエル属に分類されるカエル。単にツメガエルとも呼ばれる。 クセノプス属Xenopus のカエルの総称として用いられることもある [要出典] 。属名Xenopus は「風変わりな足」を意味する。
  19. Date: 2020-02-04T17:28:00
    Xenopus (do grego ξενος, xenos, 'estraño', πους, pous, 'pé') é un xénero de ras de vida moi acuática nativas da África subsahariana.Describíronse polo momento 20 especies dentro deste xénero. As dúas especies mellor coñecidas son Xenopus laevis e Xenopus tropicalis, que son frecuentemente estudados como organismos modelo para a bioloxía do desenvolvemento, bioloxía celular ...
  20. Date: 2020-02-15T07:13:00
    Xenopus como modelo de investigação. Xenopus são sitemas-modelo populares para estudos de expressão génica ou proteica e de Knockdown de genes. Com 1 milímetro de diâmetro, os oócitos de Xenopus são células muito grandes que são fáceis de usar em culturas e experiência por cientistas.
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