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Ultrastructural criteria that prove the similarities between amphibian and human tumors., Abdelmeguid NE, el-Mofty MM, Sadek IA, Essawy AE, Abdel-Aleem EA., Oncology. 54 (3): 258-63.


Unique Composition of Intronless and Intron-Containing Type I IFNs in the Tibetan Frog Nanorana parkeri Provides New Evidence To Support Independent Retroposition Hypothesis for Type I IFN Genes in Amphibians., Gan Z, Yang YC, Chen SN, Hou J, Laghari ZA, Huang B, Li N, Nie P., J Immunol. December 1, 2018; 201 (11): 3329-3342.


Uroplakins play conserved roles in egg fertilization and acquired additional urothelial functions during mammalian divergence., Liao Y, Chang HC, Liang FX, Chung PJ, Wei Y, Nguyen TP, Zhou G, Talebian S, Krey LC, Deng FM, Wong TW, Chicote JU, Grifo JA, Keefe DL, Shapiro E, Lepor H, Wu XR, DeSalle R, Garcia-España A, Kim SY, Sun TT., Mol Biol Cell. October 10, 2018; mbcE18080496.


Understanding the Molecular Basis of Salt Sequestration in Epidermal Bladder Cells of Chenopodium quinoa., Böhm J, Messerer M, Müller HM, Scholz-Starke J, Gradogna A, Scherzer S, Maierhofer T, Bazihizina N, Zhang H, Stigloher C, Ache P, Al-Rasheid KAS, Mayer KFX, Shabala S, Carpaneto A, Haberer G, Zhu JK, Hedrich R., Curr Biol. October 8, 2018; 28 (19): 3075-3085.e7.


Unusual light-reflecting pigment cells appear in the Xenopus neural tube culture system in the presence of guanosine., Fukuzawa T, Kikuchi Y., Tissue Cell. October 1, 2018; 54 55-58.


Unexplained cardiac arrest: a tale of conflicting interpretations of KCNQ1 genetic test results., Chua HC, Servatius H, Asatryan B, Schaller A, Rieubland C, Noti F, Seiler J, Roten L, Baldinger SH, Tanner H, Fuhrer J, Haeberlin A, Lam A, Pless SA, Medeiros-Domingo A., Clin Res Cardiol. August 1, 2018; 107 (8): 670-678.


Use of a translucent refuge for Xenopus tropicalis with the aim of improving welfare., Cooke GM., Lab Anim. June 1, 2018; 52 (3): 304-307.


URAT1 and GLUT9 mutations in Spanish patients with renal hypouricemia., Claverie-Martin F, Trujillo-Suarez J, Gonzalez-Acosta H, Aparicio C, Justa Roldan ML, Stiburkova B, Ichida K, Martín-Gomez MA, Herrero Goñi M, Carrasco Hidalgo-Barquero M, Iñigo V, Enriquez R, Cordoba-Lanus E, Garcia-Nieto VM, null null., Clin Chim Acta. June 1, 2018; 481 83-89.


Utilizing mass spectrometry imaging to map the thyroid hormones triiodothyronine and thyroxine in Xenopus tropicalis tadpoles., Goto-Inoue N, Sato T, Morisasa M, Kashiwagi A, Kashiwagi K, Sugiura Y, Sugiyama E, Suematsu M, Mori T., Anal Bioanal Chem. February 1, 2018; 410 (4): 1333-1340.


Unravelling the mechanisms that determine the uptake and metabolism of magnetic single and multicore nanoparticles in a Xenopus laevis model., Marín-Barba M, Gavilán H, Gutiérrez L, Lozano-Velasco E, Rodríguez-Ramiro I, Wheeler GN, Morris CJ, Morales MP, Ruiz A., Nanoscale. January 3, 2018; 10 (2): 690-704.

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