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Xenopus laevis macrophage-like cells produce XCL-1, an intelectin family serum lectin that recognizes bacteria.
Nagata S.
Immunol Cell Biol. September 1, 2018; 96 (8): 872-878.

Xenopus: An Undervalued Model Organism to Study and Model Human Genetic Disease.
Blum M, Ott T.
Cells Tissues Organs. August 9, 2018; 1-11.

Xbra and Smad-1 cooperate to activate the transcription of neural repressor ventx1.1 in Xenopus embryos.
Kumar S, Umair Z, Yoon J, Lee U, Kim SC, Park JB, Lee JY, Kim J.
Sci Rep. July 30, 2018; 8 (1): 11391.

XMAP215 is a microtubule nucleation factor that functions synergistically with the γ-tubulin ring complex.
Thawani A, Kadzik RS, Petry S.
Nat Cell Biol. May 1, 2018; 20 (5): 575-585.

Xenopus embryos to study fetal alcohol syndrome, a model for environmental teratogenesis.
Fainsod A, Kot-Leibovich H.
Biochem Cell Biol. April 1, 2018; 96 (2): 77-87.

Xenopus laevis oocyte as a model for the study of the cytoskeleton.
Carotenuto R, Tussellino M.
C R Biol. April 1, 2018; 341 (4): 219-227.

Xenbase: a genomic, epigenomic and transcriptomic model organism database.
Karimi K, Fortriede JD, Lotay VS, Burns KA, Wang DZ, Fisher ME, Pells TJ, James-Zorn C, Wang Y, Ponferrada VG, Chu S, Chaturvedi P, Zorn AM, Vize PD.
Nucleic Acids Res. January 4, 2018; 46 (D1): D861-D868.

Xenopus-derived glucagon-like peptide-1 and polyethylene-glycosylated glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonists: long-acting hypoglycaemic and insulinotropic activities with potential therapeutic utilities.
Han J, Fei Y, Zhou F, Chen X, Zhang Y, Liu L, Fu J.
Br J Pharmacol. January 1, 2018; 175 (3): 544-557.

Xenopus: An alternative model system for identifying muco-active agents.
Sim HJ, Kim SH, Myung KJ, Kwon T, Lee HS, Park TJ.
PLoS One. January 1, 2018; 13 (2): e0193310.

Xenopus ADAM19 regulates Wnt signaling and neural crest specification by stabilizing ADAM13.
Li J, Perfetto M, Neuner R, Bahudhanapati H, Christian L, Mathavan K, Bridges LC, Alfandari D, Wei S.
Development. January 1, 2018; 145 (7):

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