TheXenopus laevis homeo☐ geneXgbx-2 is an early marker of anteroposterior patterning in the ectoderm

@article{Bubnoff1996TheXenopusLH,
  title={TheXenopus laevis homeo☐ geneXgbx-2 is an early marker of anteroposterior patterning in the ectoderm},
  author={Andreas von Bubnoff and Jennifer E. Schmidt and David Kimelman},
  journal={Mechanisms of Development},
  year={1996},
  volume={54},
  pages={149-160}
}
In a search for homeobox genes expressed during early Xenopus development, we have isolated a gene which appears to be the Xenopus cognate of the mouse Gbx-2 gene. Expression of Xgbx-2 is first detectable by in situ hybridization at the midgastrula stage when it is predominantly expressed in the dorsolateral ectoderm, with a gap in expression at the dorsal midline. By the end of gastrulation and during neurulation, Xgbx-2 is expressed dorsolaterally in the neural ectoderm and laterally and… CONTINUE READING
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