Dorsal induction from dorsal vegetal cells in Xenopus occurs after mid-blastula transition

@article{Nagano2000DorsalIF,
  title={Dorsal induction from dorsal vegetal cells in Xenopus occurs after mid-blastula transition},
  author={Tsunemi Nagano and Yuzuru Ito and Kousuke Tashiro and Yoshitaka Kobayakawa and Masttkazu Sakai},
  journal={Mechanisms of Development},
  year={2000},
  volume={93},
  pages={3-14}
}
We performed some experiments to investigate the temporal and spatial details of the dorsal induction exerted by dorsal vegetal cells in Xenopus embryo. Two dorsal vegetal cells (D1 cells) were transplanted into the ventral vegetal region of a recipient at the 32-cell stage. At various times after transplantation, the ventral animal-equatorial part was explanted and cultured. The explants isolated 5.5 h after transplantation (time 5.5) elongated and formed somites. In RT-PCR analysis, the… CONTINUE READING

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