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Papers associated with mt-co1

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New information on morphology and molecular data of camallanid nematodes parasitising Xenopus laevis (Anura: Pipidae) in South Africa., Svitin R, Schoeman AL, du Preez LH., Folia Parasitol (Praha). March 12, 2018; 65

Recovery capabilities of Xenopus laevis after exposure to Cadmium and Zinc., Mouchet F, Teaniniuraitemoana V, Baudrimont M, Daffe G, Gauthier L, Gonzalez P., Chemosphere. November 1, 2015; 139 117-25.

Evaluation of developmental toxicity and teratogenicity of diclofenac using Xenopus embryos., Chae JP, Park MS, Hwang YS, Min BH, Kim SH, Lee HS, Park MJ., Chemosphere. February 1, 2015; 120 52-8.

Next generation sequencing and comparative analyses of Xenopus mitogenomes., Lloyd RE, Foster PG, Guille M, Littlewood DT., BMC Genomics. September 19, 2012; 13 496.            

Germ-line mitochondria exhibit suppressed respiratory activity to support their accurate transmission to the next generation., Kogo N, Tazaki A, Kashino Y, Morichika K, Orii H, Mochii M, Watanabe K., Dev Biol. January 15, 2011; 349 (2): 462-9.            

Evolutionary diversity in polystomatids infecting tetraploid and octoploid Xenopus in East African highlands: biological and molecular evidence., Jackson JA, Tinsley RC., Parasitology. August 1, 2007; 134 (Pt 9): 1223-35.

Amino acid replacement is rapid in primates for the mature polypeptides of COX subunits, but not for their targeting presequences., Schmidt TR, Goodman M, Grossman LI., Gene. March 6, 2002; 286 (1): 13-9.

Pharmacological evaluation of 1-(carboxymethyl)-3,5-diphenyl-2-methylbenzene, a novel arylacetic acid with potential anti-inflammatory properties., Cutler SJ, DeWitt Blanton C, Akin DT, Steinberg FB, Moore AB, Lott JA, Price TC, May SW, Pollock SH., Inflamm Res. July 1, 1998; 47 (7): 316-24.

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