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American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Any of various aquatic, tongueless, clawed frogs of the genus Xenopus, native to southern Africa, especially X. laevis, widely used in the study of vertebrate development.
- New Latin Xenopūs, genus name : xeno- + Greek pous, foot; see octopus. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“The type of frog, known as a xenopus, is a major model used in U.S. biomedical research.”
“(A) Vertebrate Ugt5 genes in teleosts and xenopus.”
“The ancestral xenopus Ugt1 cluster contains the Ugt 1aI and 1aII variable exons.”
“Time, Voltage and ionic concentration dependent of rectification of h - erg expressed in xenopus oocytes.”
“A Quantitative analysis of the activation and inactivation kinetics of HERG expressed in xenopus oocytes.”
“Please take a look at optic tectum (and xenopus laevis which I have stopped working on for the same template-related reasons).”
“Houlston and colleagues then focused on the novel variant most strongly associated with colorectal cancer, and found that it resides in a DNA sequence that is conserved in many other species - so well conserved that they were able to use xenopus frogs as a model organism to test the biological consequences of this SNP.”
“Please take a look at optic tectum (and [[xenopus laevis]] which I have stopped working on for the same template-related reasons).”
“Collart C, Smith JC (2007) Xnrs and activin regulate distinct genes during xenopus development: activin regulates cell division.”
“T (2000) Activation of protein kinase a modulates trafficking of the human cardiac sodium channel in xenopus oocytes.”
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