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The morphogenesis of Mauthner neurons in tadpoles of the common frog after early unilateral enucleation of the eye.
Bezgina EN, Moshkov DA, Nikitin VA, Savel'eva LN, Uteshev VK.
Neurosci Behav Physiol. null; 30 (5): 521-4.

The DVR gene family in embryonic development.
Lyons KM, Jones CM, Hogan BL.
Trends Genet. null; 7 (11-12): 408-12.

The four dimensions of calcium signalling in Xenopus oocytes.
Delisle S.
Cell Calcium. null; 12 (2-3): 217-27.

The distribution of intercellular gap junctions in the developing retina and pigment epithelium of Xenopus laevis.
Hayes BP.
Anat Embryol (Berl). null; 150 (1): 99-111.

The role of charged residues in the transmembrane helices of monocarboxylate transporter 1 and its ancillary protein basigin in determining plasma membrane expression and catalytic activity.
Manoharan C, Wilson MC, Sessions RB, Halestrap AP.
Mol Membr Biol. null; 23 (6): 486-98.

The role of membrane cholesterol in neurotransmitter release from motor nerve terminals.
Tarakanova OI, Petrov AM, Zefirov AL.
Dokl Biol Sci. null; 438 138-40.

The Possible Role of TASK Channels in Rank-Ordered Recruitment of Motoneurons in the Dorsolateral Part of the Trigeminal Motor Nucleus.
Okamoto K, Emura N, Sato H, Fukatsu Y, Saito M, Tanaka C, Morita Y, Nishimura K, Kuramoto E, Xu Yin D, Furutani K, Okazawa M, Kurachi Y, Kaneko T, Maeda Y, Yamashiro T, Takada K, Toyoda H, Kang Y.
eNeuro. null; 3 (3):

Transgenic expression of a GFP-rhodopsin COOH-terminal fusion protein in zebrafish rod photoreceptors.
Perkins BD, Kainz PM, O'Malley DM, Dowling JE.
Vis Neurosci. January 1, 9999; 19 (4): 257R-264R.

The Wnt signaling antagonist Kremen1 is required for development of thymic architecture.
Osada M, Ito E, Fermin HA, Vazquez-Cintron E, Venkatesh T, Friedel RH, Pezzano M.
Clin Dev Immunol. January 1, 9999; 13 (2-4): 299-319.

Transcriptome analysis identifies genes involved in sex determination and development of Xenopus laevis gonads.
Piprek RP, Damulewicz M, Kloc M, Kubiak JZ.
Differentiation. January 1, 9999; 100 46-56.

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