Quantitative expression studies of aldolase A, B and C genes in developing embryos and adult tissues of Xenopus laevis

@article{Kajita2001QuantitativeES,
  title={Quantitative expression studies of aldolase A, B and C genes in developing embryos and adult tissues of Xenopus laevis},
  author={Eri Kajita and Junya Moriwaki and Hitomi Yatsuki and Katsuji Hori and K. T. Miura and Momoki Hirai and Koichiro Shiokawa},
  journal={Mechanisms of Development},
  year={2001},
  volume={102},
  pages={283-287}
}
We previously cloned cDNAs for all the members (A, B and C) of Xenopus aldolase gene family, and using in vitro transcribed RNAs as references, performed quantitative studies of the expression of three aldolase mRNAs in embryos and adult tissues. A Xenopus egg contains ca. 60 pg aldolase A mRNA and ca. 45 pg aldolase C mRNA, but contains only ca. 1.5 pg… CONTINUE READING