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Apoptosis in thymus of adult Xenopus laevis.
Ruben LN, Buchholz DR, Ahmadi P, Johnson RO, Clothier RH, Shiigi S.
Dev Comp Immunol. null; 18 (3): 231-8.

A review of the neuroembryology of monoamine systems.
Golden GS.
Brain Res Bull. null; 9 (1-6): 553-8.

An inducible amphipathic helix within the intrinsically disordered C terminus can participate in membrane curvature generation by peripherin-2/rds.
Milstein ML, Kimler VA, Ghatak C, Ladokhin AS, Goldberg AFX.
J Biol Chem. null; 292 (19): 7850-7865.

A lysosomal switch triggers proteostasis renewal in the immortal C. elegans germ lineage.
Bohnert KA, Kenyon C.
Nature. null; 551 (7682): 629-633.

An Intracellular Ammonium Transporter Is Necessary for Replication, Differentiation, and Resistance to Starvation and Osmotic Stress in Trypanosoma cruzi .
Cruz-Bustos T, Potapenko E, Storey M, Docampo R.
mSphere. null; 3 (1):

A robust and tunable mitotic oscillator in artificial cells.
Guan Y, Li Z, Wang S, Barnes PM, Liu X, Xu H, Jin M, Liu AP, Yang Q.
Elife. null; 7

A receptor-neuron correlate for the detection of attractive plant volatiles in Helicoverpa assulta (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae).
Cui WC, Wang B, Guo MB, Liu Y, Jacquin-Joly E, Yan SC, Wang GR.
Insect Biochem Mol Biol. null; 97 31-39.

A role for SOX9 in post-transcriptional processes: insights from the amphibian oocyte.
Penrad-Mobayed M, Perrin C, L'Hôte D, Contremoulins V, Lepesant JA, Boizet-Bonhoure B, Poulat F, Baudin X, Veitia RA.
Sci Rep. null; 8 (1): 7191.

A rapid and nondestructive protocol for whole-mount bone staining of small fish and Xenopus.
Sakata-Haga H, Uchishiba M, Shimada H, Tsukada T, Mitani M, Arikawa T, Shoji H, Hatta T.
Sci Rep. null; 8 (1): 7453.

Adaptation of cone pigments found in green rods for scotopic vision through a single amino acid mutation.
Kojima K, Matsutani Y, Yamashita T, Yanagawa M, Imamoto Y, Yamano Y, Wada A, Hisatomi O, Nishikawa K, Sakurai K, Shichida Y.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. null; 114 (21): 5437-5442.

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