Normal Table of Xenopus Laevis (Daudin)

  title={Normal Table of Xenopus Laevis (Daudin)},
  author={Pieter D. Nieuwkoop and Jacob Faber},
Olfactory neurogenesis during tissue maintenance and repair
Wahrend der Metamorphose durchlauft der Krallenfrosch Xenopus laevis eine grundlegende Transformation von einer vollstandig aquatischen Larve zu einem sekundar aquatischen Frosch. Diese umfangreiche
Chlorpyrifos exposure affects fgf8, sox9, and bmp4 expression required for cranial neural crest morphogenesis and chondrogenesis in Xenopus laevis embryos
Investigating the effects of exposure to different CPF concentrations on Xenopus laevis embryos found that CPF exposure induced a reduction in transcription of all the genes involved in NCC‐dependent chondrogenesis, with largest reductions in fgf8 and sox9; whereas, in hindbrain, there were no alterations in egr2 expression.
Role of the Extreme Anterior Domain Organizer in Craniofacial Development
Identification of the EAD as a NC organizer, reciprocal interaction of EAD and NC, and convergent extension associated with mouth formation has not previously been described during craniofacial development.
Thyroid hormone signaling in developmental regulation in Xenopus
Frog metamorphosis as a model to study development and developmental timing via gene repression as revealed by gene disruption in Xenopus tropicalis are studied.
Exposure to External Environment of Low Ion Concentrations is the Trigger for Rapid Wound Closure in Xenopus laevis Embryos
It is proposed that the wound closure in Xenopus embryos is triggered by a decline in either the extracellular Na+ or Cl- ion concentration, and that this process is required for the changes in the shape of the marginal cells.
Irreversible effects of retinoic acid pulse on Xenopus jaw morphogenesis: new insight into cranial neural crest specification.
Analysis of teratogenic effects of brief pulses of low doses of retinoic acid or RA agonists administered to early Xenopus laevis (X.l.) embryos provides a conceptual framework to understand the origin of individual facial features and the evolution of different craniofacial morphotypes.
Regulation and function of the retinal homeobox (Rx) gene in the developing and regenerating retina of pre-metamorphic X. laevis
The retinal progenitor cells are induced during retinal regeneration in premetamorphic Xenopus laevis and are derived from both the retinal pigment epithelium and the ciliary marginal zone.
Triiodothyronine (T3) action on aquatic locomotor behavior during metamorphosis of the bullfrog Rana catesbeiana.
The results support a role for T3 in regulating larval locomotor activity during development, and suggest an enhanced response to volume depletion at the neuromuscular junction of older larvae (DI<2.8) compared to younger animals (DI> or =2.2).