A statistical analysis of the overexpression of the msx2 RNA in Xenopus laevis.


The msx family of genes are important during development, and implicated in the development of various craniofacial structures. Here the frog, Xenopus laevis, was used to perform gain-of-function experiments to obtain further insight into the role of the msx2 gene. mRNAs of wild-type and mutated forms of the msx2 gene were injected into developing Xenopus… (More)


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