Click here to close Hello! We notice that you are using Internet Explorer, which is not supported by Xenbase and may cause the site to display incorrectly. We suggest using a current version of Chrome, FireFox, or Safari.
  • Xenopus tropicalis v10 genome

     

    - available to BLAST

     

    - view on JBrowse

     

     

    Read More...
  • Xenbase v4.12.1 Release

    Included in the latest Xenbase release:

     

    - Xenopus tropicalis genome v10 sequence and assembly

     

    - GEO GSE visualization (view our tutorial video

     



    Read More...
  • Xenbase Tutorials: GEO Data Simple and Advanced Search

    Please view the Xenbase tutorial videos for the simple and advanced search interface for Xenopus GEO datasets.

    Added tutorial: Navigating a GSE page.

    Read More...
  • The Allied Genetics Conference 2020

    Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center
    Metro Washington, DC
    April 22–26, 2020

    Abstract deadline, Dec. 13, 2019

    Early Registration deadline, Dec.20, 2019

    The invited Xenopus speaker is John Wallingford (UT Austin, USA).

    TAGC2020 website

    Read More...
  • Basal cells in Xenopus mucociliary epithelium

    Haas et al. using Xenopus mucociliary epidermis, the mouse airway, and human airway basal cells demonstrate that wnt is necessary for cilia formation during differentiaion. In basal cells, wnt prevents specification of epithelial cell types by activating the master transcription factor, ΔN-Tp63 which is required to retain basal cell stemness during development. Published in Cell Reports.

    Read More...
  • The Epigenetic Control of Pluripotent Signal Competence

    Gentsch et al. demonstrate that maternal pluripotency factors initiate epigeneic remodelling of thousands of regulatory elements on which signal mediators act to regionalise zygotic genome activity, specifying the three germ layers. Their discovery is a first step in understanding how proteins permit a cell type-specific signal response. Published in Nature Communications.

    Read More...
  • Single Amino Acid Change Underlies Distinct Roles of H2A.Z Subtypes in Human Syndrome

    Greenberg et al. published in Cell their study of the developmental disorder, Floating-Harbor syndrome (FHS) caused by mutations in the chromatin remodelling gene, SRCAP which functions through H2A.Z.2-containing nucleosomes, regulating AT-rich enhancers.

    Read More...
  • Defining the vertebrate cardiac proteome

    Federspiel et al. published in PLoS Biology their study identifying the core protein composition, complexes, and pathways in vertebrates from Xenopus to human heart. They reveal that each species shares a unique set of proteins with humans but not the other vertebrates studied.

    Read More...
  • Xenbase Survey 2019

    Help us make Xenbase better for you and your research!

     

    We seek your feedback.

     

    The survey closes Dec. 8, 2019.

     

    Please take our survey.

     

    Read More...
  • Xenopus tropicalis v10 genome

     

    - available to BLAST

     

    - view on JBrowse

     

     

    Read More...
BLASTBLAST Xenopus

BLAST X. tropicalis and X. laevis nucleotide and protein sequences, ESTs clusters, and genomes:

Sequences
X. laevis genomes
X. tropicalis genomes
BLAST other amphibians

BLAST archives

gene_expressionGene Expression

Search gene expression patterns by anatomy and developmental stage:


Proteomics:


Search gene expression datasets:

anatomy_and_developmentAnatomy & Development

View anatomy and developmental stage information and resources:


Search Disease Ontology (DO) and OMIM:

reagents_and_protocolsReagents & Protocols

Browse Xenopus reagents, ABs, MOs, protocols, and suppliers:

literatureLiterature

Search for research papers and books about Xenopus:


Advanced search with Textpresso:


Papers on Xenbase:

communityCommunity

Browse community meetings, resources, information, and people:

Xenbase: The Xenopus laevis and X. tropicalis resource.
Version: 4.12.1


Major funding for Xenbase is provided by grant P41 HD064556