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Developmental Neurobiology: Xenopus Issue

Developmental Neurobiology, April 2012 Volume 72, Issue 4, pages 463–675.

Special Issue: Xenopus as an Experimental System for Developmental Neuroscience was edited by Hollis T. Cline and Darcy B. Kelley.

Xenopus is a particularly powerful model system for neural development and this special issue of Developmental Neurobiology includes 15 original research papers. These articles detail many aspects of retinal and visual system development, spinal cord, and laryngeal muscle innervation.

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