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  • 2020 Xenopus White Paper

    The 2020 Xenopus Community White Paper is now available!

    PIs: Please reference the White Paper in your NIH grant proposals and contact your program officers.

    Download the 2020 Xenopus White Paper:

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  • The Allied Genetics Conference 2020 Online

    TAGC is going virtual.

    April 22-25, 2020. Registration is free. Attend via Zoom.

    Click here to view the announcement.

    TAGC2020 website

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  • Uncovering selective cooperation between the retinoblastoma and p53 cancer pathways in X. tropicalis

    Naert, Dimitrakopoulou et al. (2020) published in Oncogene their study describing the first frog model for the Li-Fraumeni Syndrome to study leukemia and malignant sarcoma.

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  • SDB 79th Annual Meeting

    Society for Developmental Biology 79th Annual Meeting

    Hyatt Regency Chicago, Chicago, IL

    July 9-13, 2020

    Abstract submission deadline: April 1, 2020

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  • 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.

     

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  • 18th International Xenopus Conference

    The meeting has been postponed to August 22-26, 2021

    Portsmouth, UK at the EXRC

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  • Trachea-esophageal Disease Studies Using Xenopus

    Back to back papers published in Developmental Cell from Nasr et al. and Kim et al. recapitulate human congenital trachea-esophageal birth defects using Xenopus.

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  • Xenopus tropicalis v10 genome

    - available to BLAST

    - view on JBrowse

     

    99.86% of the genome mapped to chromosomes
    ~4500 new and refined models, 18% not present in trop v9.1

     

    Click here to view the release document.

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  • 2020 Xenopus White Paper

    The 2020 Xenopus Community White Paper is now available!

    PIs: Please reference the White Paper in your NIH grant proposals and contact your program officers.

    Download the 2020 Xenopus White Paper:

    Word Document

    PDF

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BLASTBLAST Xenopus

BLAST datasets:

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

BLAST Archives
Xenbase: The Xenopus laevis and X. tropicalis resource.
Version: 4.13.1
Major funding for Xenbase is provided by grant P41 HD064556