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PLoS One January 1, 2014; 9 (9): e108266.

Circadian genes, xBmal1 and xNocturnin, modulate the timing and differentiation of somites in Xenopus laevis.

Curran KL , Allen L , Porter BB , Dodge J , Lope C , Willadsen G , Fisher R , Johnson N , Campbell E , VonBergen B , Winfrey D , Hadley M , Kerndt T .


PubMed ID: 25238599
PMC ID: PMC4169625
Article link: PLoS One

Species referenced: Xenopus laevis
Genes referenced: acta4 actc1 arntl axin2 clock creb1 cry1 cry2 dkk1 dll1 egfr hes1 hes5.6 hes5.7 hes6.2 myod1 noct notch1 per1 rora sp5 tnfrsf9 tptep2-csnk1e
Antibodies: Arntl Ab1 Noct Ab1 Somite Ab3 Tuba4b Ab15
Morpholinos: arntl MO1 noct MO1

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Andrews, CLOCK and BMAL1 regulate MyoD and are necessary for maintenance of skeletal muscle phenotype and function. 2010, Pubmed