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Distinct roles of XRCC1 in genome integrity in Xenopus egg extracts., Cupello S, Lin Y, Yan S., Biochem J. December 6, 2019;                 

Analysis of CLCNKB mutations at dimer-interface, calcium binding site and pore reveals a variety of functional alterations in ClC-Kb channel leading to Bartter syndrome., Bignon Y, Sakhi I, Bitam S, Bakouh N, Keck M, Frachon N, Paulais M, Planelles G, Teulon J, Andrini O., Hum Mutat. December 5, 2019;

D-glucuronolactone attenuates para-xylene-induced defects in neuronal development and plasticity in Xenopus tectum in vivo., Liao Y, Luo Y, Ding N, Gao J, Wang X, Shen W., Toxicology. December 4, 2019; 152341.

Distinct functional properties of sodium channel variants are associated with usage of alternative exons in Nilaparvata Lugens., Sun H, Du Y, Liu Z, Dong K., Insect Biochem Mol Biol. December 4, 2019; 103292.

The TFF Peptides xP1 and xP4 Appear in Distinctive Forms in the Xenopus laevis Gastric Mucosa: Indications for Different Protective Functions., Stürmer R, Reising J, Hoffmann W., Int J Mol Sci. November 30, 2019; 20 (23):     

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