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Dev Neurosci (1995) 17 (3): 149–159.
Published Online: 28 May 2010
...C. Eberhardt Maier; Robert H. Miller The origin of astrocytes and oligodendrocytes in the frog spinal cord, and the factors that regulate their differentiation are currently unknown. To determine the timing and pattern of glial cell differentiation, spinal cord sections from Xenopus at different...
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Dev Neurosci (1995) 17 (5-6): 343–349.
Published Online: 28 May 2010
...Hajime Fujisawa; Shin Takagi; Tatsumi Hirata Neuropilin (previously referred to as A5) is a neuronal cell surface protein which is widely distributed in such vertebrate species as Xenopus, chicken and mouse. In these vertebrate species, neuropilin is expressed in particular neuron circuits...
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Dev Neurosci (2007) 29 (6): 468–479.
Published Online: 20 November 2006
... of XBtg2 in Xenopus neural development. XBtg2 transcripts were detected at the edge of the anterolateral neural plate and the neural crest region at the midneurula stage, and in eyes and in part of the neural tube at the tailbud stage. Translational inhibition of XBtg2 affected anterior neural development...
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Dev Neurosci (2005) 27 (6): 349–363.
Published Online: 09 November 2005
... (SERT) and the vesicular monoamine transporter (VMAT), in embryonic left-right asymmetry. Pharmacological or genetic inhibitors of either SERT or VMAT specifically randomized the laterality of the heart and viscera in Xenopus embryos. This effect takes place during cleavage stages, and is upstream...
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Dev Neurosci (2005) 27 (5): 306–312.
Published Online: 05 September 2005
... of Xenopus Notch (XotchΔE) in developing frog embryos. Overexpression was targeted to half the spinal cord by injecting activated Notch RNA into one blastomere at the two-cell stage. Injected animals showed morphological differences on the injected side including reduced numbers of dopaminergic spinal cord...
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Dev Neurosci (1997) 19 (1): 101–105.
Published Online: 26 February 1997
...Hajime Fujisawa; Kunimasa Ohta; Toshiki Kameyama; Yasunori Murakami Plexin is a type I membrane protein which was identified in Xenopus nervous system by hybridoma technique. Molecular cloning studies demonstrated that the extracellular segment of the plexin protein possesses three internal repeats...