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Papers associated with pectoral appendage (and acta1)

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Using an aquatic model, Xenopus laevis, to uncover the role of chromodomain 1 in craniofacial disorders., Wyatt BH., Genesis. January 1, 2021; 59 (1-2): e23394.                        


Predation threats for a 24-h period activated the extension of axons in the brains of Xenopus tadpoles., Mori T., Sci Rep. January 1, 2020; 10 (1): 11737.                    


High variability of expression profiles of homeologous genes for Wnt, Hh, Notch, and Hippo signaling pathways in Xenopus laevis., Michiue T., Dev Biol. June 15, 2017; 426 (2): 270-290.                  


A Tissue-Mapped Axolotl De Novo Transcriptome Enables Identification of Limb Regeneration Factors., Bryant DM., Cell Rep. January 17, 2017; 18 (3): 762-776.                          


Lamellipodin promotes actin assembly by clustering Ena/VASP proteins and tethering them to actin filaments., Hansen SD., Elife. July 9, 2015; 4                         


N- and E-cadherins in Xenopus are specifically required in the neural and non-neural ectoderm, respectively, for F-actin assembly and morphogenetic movements., Nandadasa S., Development. April 1, 2009; 136 (8): 1327-38.                      


Thyroid hormone controls multiple independent programs required for limb development in Xenopus laevis metamorphosis., Brown DD., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. August 30, 2005; 102 (35): 12455-8.        


Nuclear translocation of Xenopus laevis paxillin., Ogawa M., Biochem Biophys Res Commun. May 16, 2003; 304 (4): 676-83.


Developmental expression and differential regulation by retinoic acid of Xenopus COUP-TF-A and COUP-TF-B., van der Wees J., Mech Dev. February 1, 1996; 54 (2): 173-84.          

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