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FEBS Lett January 23, 2006; 580 (2): 393-8.

In vivo tracing of canonical Wnt signaling in Xenopus tadpoles by means of an inducible transgenic reporter tool.

Denayer T , Van Roy F , Vleminckx K .


Abstract
The canonical Wnt pathway is recurrently used during embryogenesis and adult life. To track the cellular output of Wnt signaling in a living organism, we designed a hormone-inducible Wnt responsive system, capable to dynamically and specifically report Wnt pathway activities through eGFP expression. In contrast to previous in vivo reporters, our system essentially avoids interference of consecutive signals by remaining dormant until addition of hormone, which makes it a valuable tool to map canonical Wnt signaling in post-embryonic stages. Transgenic Xenopus laevis embryos were analyzed revealing at tadpole stage in specific tissues and organs cell populations with high Wnt pathway activity.

PubMed ID: 16376877
Article link: FEBS Lett