Differential stability of Xenopus c-myc RNA during oogenesis in axolotl Involvement of the 3′ untranslated region in vivo

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We have used the axolotl oocyte (Ambystoma mexicanum Shaw) to study the stability of exogenously injected Xenopus RNAs. Three different cellular developmental stages have been analysed: (1) the growing oocyte (stage III–IV of vitellogenesis), (2) the full-grown oocyte at the end of vitellogenesis (stage VI) and (3) the progesterone-matured stage VI oocyte… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00357764

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@article{Andol1995DifferentialSO, title={Differential stability of Xenopus c-myc RNA during oogenesis in axolotl Involvement of the 3′ untranslated region in vivo}, author={Yannick And{\'e}ol and Jacques Lefresne and Ch. Houillon and Jean-Pierre Signoret}, journal={Roux's archives of developmental biology}, year={1995}, volume={205}, pages={182-191} }