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Attributions for Xnf7 Ab1

Papers

Tips and tricks for preparing lampbrush chromosome spreads from Xenopus tropicalis oocytes.
Penrad-Mobayed M, Kanhoush R, Perrin C.
Methods. May 1, 2010; 51 (1): 37-44.
The tripartite motif of nuclear factor 7 is required for its association with transcriptional units.
Beenders B, Jones PL, Bellini M.
Mol Cell Biol. April 1, 2007; 27 (7): 2615-24.
In vitro assembly of coiled bodies in Xenopus egg extract.
Bauer DW, Murphy C, Wu Z, Wu CH, Gall JG.
Mol Biol Cell. June 1, 1994; 5 (6): 633-44.
The cloning and characterization of a maternally expressed novel zinc finger nuclear phosphoprotein (xnf7) in Xenopus laevis.
Reddy BA, Kloc M, Etkin L.
Dev Biol. November 1, 1991; 148 (1): 107-16.
The nuclear-cytoplasmic distribution of the Xenopus nuclear factor, xnf7, coincides with its state of phosphorylation during early development.
Miller M, Reddy BA, Kloc M, Li XX, Dreyer C, Etkin LD.
Development. October 1, 1991; 113 (2): 569-75.
Identification of the cDNA for xlcaax-1, a membrane associated Xenopus maternal protein.
Reddy BA, Kloc M, Etkin LD.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun. September 30, 1991; 179 (3): 1635-41.
A novel 110-kDa maternal CAAX box-containing protein from Xenopus is palmitoylated and isoprenylated when expressed in baculovirus.
Kloc M, Reddy B, Crawford S, Etkin LD.
J Biol Chem. May 5, 1991; 266 (13): 8206-12.
xlgv7: a maternal gene product localized in nuclei of the central nervous system in Xenopus laevis.
Miller M, Kloc M, Reddy B, Eastman E, Dreyer C, Etkin L.
Genes Dev. April 1, 1989; 3 (4): 572-83.
Differential accumulation of oocyte nuclear proteins by embryonic nuclei of Xenopus.
Dreyer C.
Development. December 1, 1987; 101 (4): 829-46.

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