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XCG stands for Xenopus Cement Gland

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This image shows tubulin distribution in Xenopus cement gland epithelial cells (nuclei shown in red). COURTESY OF JOHN WALLINGFORD. Sign up Log in.
Publications. Stacey E. Wahl, Allyson E. Kennedy; (2007) Positioning the extreme anterior in Xenopus: cement gland, primary mouth and anterior pituitary.
Identification of otx2 target genes and restrictions in ectodermal competence during Xenopus cement gland formation. Development - Gammill, Sive...
1 Dickinson A, Sive H (2007) Positioning the extreme anterior in Xenopus: Cement gland, primary mouth and anterior pituitary. Semin Cell Dev Biol 18:525-533. 2 Sive H...
Zoological Science Published by; Adhesive Papillae of Phallusia mamillata Larvae: Morphology and Innervation; the Xenopus cement gland as a paradigm for...
We hypothesized that the cas may be a teleostean homolog of the well-studied Xenopus cement gland, despite their different positions and structures.
BMC Developmental Biology Research article Open Access BDNF promotes target innervation of Xenopus mandibular trigeminal axons in vivo; Xenopus cement gland.
The larvae of aquatic vertebrates sometimes possess a transient, mucus-secreting gland on their heads. The most studied of these organs is the Xenopus cement gland.
A sticky problem: the Xenopus cement gland as a paradigm for anteroposterior patterning. Sive H, Bradley L. Developmental Dynamics 1996 Mar;205(3) :265-280...
Xenopus cement gland; Conservation, development, and function of a cement gland-like structure in the fish Astyanax mexicanus Created Date...
Hazel L. Sive. Professor of Biology; Member; H. Positioning the extreme anterior in Xenopus: Cement gland, primary mouth and anterior pituitary.
You have free access to this content A sticky problem: The Xenopus cement gland as a paradigm for anteroposterior patterning
Abstract. We previously showed that otx2 activates ectopic formation of the Xenopus cement gland only in ventrolateral ectoderm, defining a region of the embryo...
The mandibular trigeminal nerve is a prominent cranial nerve that innervates the Xenopus cement gland (Figure 1A). During development, it exits and projects from the...
Positive and negative signals modulate formation of the Xenopus cement gland. L; secretory organ that marks the anterior-most dorsal ectoderm in Xenopus...
Downstream of the Organizer: The Xenopus Cement Gland as a Model for Organ Positioning and Differentiation
Identification of otx2 target genes and restrictions in ectodermal competence during Xenopus cement gland formation. L S Gammill, H Sive. PMID 9053323. Abstract
the Xenopus cement gland as a paradigm for anteroposterior patterning. Xpitx-1: a homeobox gene expressed during pituitary and cement gland formation of...
Dickinson, A. and Sive, H. (2007) Positioning the Extreme Anterior in Xenopus: Cement Gland, Primary Mouth and Anterior Pituitary. Seminars in Cell Developmental...
Positive and negative signals modulate formation of the Xenopus cement gland. Development, Sep 1996 L. Bradley, D. Wainstock, H. Sive
About the authors. Laura S. Gammill; Her doctoral work examined Xenopus cement gland formation as a model for how different anteroposterior positions are...
Identification of otx2 target genes and restrictions in ectodermal competence during Xenopus cement gland formation. Development, Jan 1997
neuronal and glial cell fate choice in the embryo.- Downstream of the Organizer: The Xenopus cement gland as a model for organ positioning and differentiation.
Evolutionary analysis of genes involved in cement gland development in anurans; the Xenopus cement gland is also expressed in the
The goal of this study is to determine whether BDNF functions as the proposed target recognition signal in the Xenopus cement gland. RESULTS...
Shalini Makawita, University of; Makawita et al.; Grunz H, Richter K: Anterior specification of embryonic ectoderm: the role of the Xenopus cement gland...
Explore Toshio Miyake's board "A vivid color" on Pinterest; This image shows tubulin distribution in Xenopus cement gland epithelial cells (nuclei shown in red).
The goal of this study is to determine whether BDNF functions as the proposed target recognition signal in the Xenopus cement gland.We found that the cement gland...
1. Dev Dyn. 1996 Mar;205(3):265-80. A sticky problem: the Xenopus cement gland as a paradigm for anteroposterior patterning. Sive H, Bradley L.
Positioning the extreme anterior in Xenopus: cement gland, primary mouth and anterior pituitary. April 19, 2007 [ MEDLINE Abstract]
H. Positioning the extreme anterior in Xenopus: Cement gland, primary mouth and anterior pituitary. Seminars in Cell and Developmental Biology 18...
Supplementary Materials for ; Positive and negative signals modulate formation of the Xenopus cement gland. Development 122, 2739 (1996). 13. J. A.
Anterior specification of embryonic ectoderm: the role of the Xenopus cement gland-specific gene XAG-2. In a search for novel developmental genes expressed in a...