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Society for Development Biology 64th Annual Meeting

2005 Developmental Biology  
During formation of the somatic macronucleus (MAC) from the germline micronucleus (MIC) in T. thermophila,¨15% of the DNA is eliminated by deletion of¨6000 internal eliminated sequences (IESs).  ...  and that many are processed from the same transcripts as neighboring microRNAs or flanking exonic elements; the antiquity of microRNA-directed regulation in plants and the essential roles of this regulation  ...  The orientation of the first cleavage can be altered by changing the egg's shape.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ydbio.2005.04.040 fatcat:jj63lzrujnfx7pt3uxl57spp4i

Abstracts: Society for Developmental Biology 63rd Annual Meeting

Ida Chow
2004 Developmental Biology  
Confocal and two-photon laser scanning microscopies (CLSM and TPLSM) permit cells to be followed as they migrate in the intact embryo.  ...  Spatial resolution is created by imposing gradient magnetic fields on the specimen, thereby making it possible to encode the signals from individual volume elements (voxels) by their resonant frequency  ...  We have studied the kinetics of sperm chromatin decondensation in vitro using demembranated sperm from Xenopus laevis and cytoplasm from infected and uninfected Drosophila embryos.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ydbio.2004.05.002 fatcat:qhmbtrcvqnep5dm5lmrtgpsbqa

The society for craniofacial genetics and developmental biology 38th annual meeting

Lisa A. Taneyhill, Julie Hoover-Fong, Scott Lozanoff, Ralph Marcucio, Joan T. Richtsmeier, Paul A. Trainor
2016 American Journal of Medical Genetics. Part A  
Richtsmeier 1 The remarkable success of vertebrates is due in large part to the ability of the jaw to vary in size during evolution.  ...  First, during the migration and allocation of NCM, quail and duck have distinct numbers of progenitors destined to form the jaw skeleton; second, when these populations proliferate and expand, there is  ...  Here we describe the first animal model for Nager syndrome, generated by knocking down Sf3b4 function in Xenopus laevis embryos, using morpholino antisense oligonucleotides.  ... 
doi:10.1002/ajmg.a.37651 pmid:27102868 pmcid:PMC5880526 fatcat:qf3ptwhaffajnol2sv7ozgfphi

Poster Presentations

2014 Acta Physiologica  
In this study, we used livecell spinning disc confocal microscopy, superresolution structured illumination microscopy and scanning electron microscopy to image how macrophages, isolated from wt-mice and  ...  T cell subsets from the lung expressed several ectoenzymes involved in the degradation of NAD such as Cd38, Cd157, Cd296 and Pc-1.  ...  This work was supported by the "Stiftung Rheinland-Pfalz für Innovation" (961-386261/957) and the "Research Initiative Membrane Biology".  ... 
doi:10.1111/apha.12270 fatcat:jeilsxhrmbddlkur2fpfckliwm

Mitochondrial Dynamics in Mammalian Health and Disease

Marc Liesa, Manuel Palacín, Antonio Zorzano
2009 Physiological Reviews  
At the beginning of the 20th century, advances in bright-field microscopy and the availability of well-spread cultured cells from chicken allowed the first reliable observations of mitochondrial shape  ...  Magnetic resonance imaging of the brain revealed an abnormal gyral pattern in both frontal lobes that extended to the perisylvian areas and was associated with dysmyelination.  ... 
doi:10.1152/physrev.00030.2008 pmid:19584314 fatcat:7ua2rwwd25fnnp5mddexq5kx64

ICVM-7 abstracts

2004 Journal of morphology  
Consequences of Giantism in Xenopus laevis Mandibles of Rodents That Have Cheek Pouches Differ Morphometrically From Those of Rodents That Do Not Roth, V.  ...  This study investigated the effects of the environmental estrogen, nonylphenol, on Xenopus laevis tadpoles.  ... 
doi:10.1002/jmor.10223 fatcat:7q7nxz3x3vdc3ooyppypfpgoee

Twenty-Seventh Annual Meeting February 13–16, 1983 Town & Country Hotel, San Diego, California

1983 Biophysical Journal  
The veratridine stimulation was independent of the age of the chick embryos from which the heart cells were taken, and was inhibited by TTX (3 vM).  ...  In this model the two phases of inactivation, Ti and T2, result from successive increments in Cai producing progressively smaller increments of inactivation, and from the reduction in current due to inactivation  ...  ( Patch clamp recording from acetylcholine-activated channels was performed on in vivo myotomal muscle from mature Xenopus tadpoles.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0006-3495(83)84425-7 fatcat:5fnwzrl5nvatplzs3kobya4wqe

Symposia and Oral Abstracts

2007 Integrative and Comparative Biology  
S5-1.1 ADKINS-REGAN, E*; VAN VEEN, SC; JOHNSON, P; Cornell University; er12@cornell.edu Maternal Yolk Steroid Effects on Offspring: Questions and Answers from Galliform Birds The first part of the talk  ...  Are there effects on offspring sexual differentiation that are part of the costs and benefits of maternal yolk steroids?  ...  This study examines enhancer regions of the collagen 2 alpha1 (col2a1) first intron in Xenopus tropicalis that are capable of driving transgenic EGFP expression in Xenopus laevis when connected to a minimal  ... 
doi:10.1093/icb/icm104 fatcat:uqdscbqihbeoxoo2unutfwtmdi

American Thyroid Association Guide to Investigating Thyroid Hormone Economy and Action in Rodent and Cell Models

Antonio C. Bianco, Grant Anderson, Douglas Forrest, Valerie Anne Galton, Balázs Gereben, Brian W. Kim, Peter A. Kopp, Xiao Hui Liao, Maria Jesus Obregon, Robin P. Peeters, Samuel Refetoff, David S. Sharlin (+3 others)
2014 Thyroid  
Treatment with this compound has been shown to block thyroid hormone dependent processes such as spontaneous Xenopus laevis tadpole metamorphosis.  ...  MB07811 undergoes first-pass hepatic extraction and cleavage, generating the TR agonist MB07344 that distributes poorly into most tissues and is rapidly eliminated in the bile (319).  ...  DISCLOSURE STATEMENT Disclosure Information for 2 years before December 2012 and the known future as of November 2013: all authors declare no significant financial conflicts of interest to disclose.  ... 
doi:10.1089/thy.2013.0109 pmid:24001133 pmcid:PMC3887458 fatcat:xby3yexn5vfw5oh3xr2fdxu5tu

Poster Abstracts

2011 Integrative and Comparative Biology  
This implies that denervation causes the expression of slower myosin and a change from superfast to fast muscle fibers in males and from fast to slow fibers in females.  ...  Zebrafish embryos were collected and evenly distributed into tanks with four temperatures, 24.5±1°C, 26.5±1°C, 28.5±1°C, 30.5±1°C, prior to the onset of somitogenesis.  ...  frog Xenopus laevis.  ... 
doi:10.1093/icb/icr007 fatcat:2i2rmrajuzccbay4bfuhvazgvm

New approach to in vitro culture of animal cells and Tissue Engineering [article]

Siddiqul Haque, Universität Des Saarlandes, Universität Des Saarlandes
2011
Modification of the open system allowed complete observation of the development of a chicken embryo from the first day of incubation until hatching.  ...  Unlike mammals the chicken embryo is complete in terms of the nutritional requirements for the developing embryo and independent of the mother animal.  ...  Acknowledgements This thesis has greatly benefited from the experience, patience and scholarliness of several individuals and of some groups of people: First and fore mostly, I would like to thank Prof  ... 
doi:10.22028/d291-21363 fatcat:7hjb247y7bcmzjw37rkchafbnu

Analysis of dehydrogenase-independent functions of HSD17B10 in humans and animal models

Katharina Rauschenberger
2011
Acknowledgements I am thankful to all those people who contributed to the completion of this dissertation and because of whom the last three years have been a wonderful time.  ...  One of the best model organisms for developmental studies is Xenopus laevis.  ...  Repeated electroencephalography was normal despite several epileptic seizures in the last month of life. Magnetic resonance tomography of the brain yielded no abnormality.  ... 
doi:10.11588/heidok.00011826 fatcat:zo45gonrmbesplviyk6dffaxau

Twentieth Annual Meeting of the Association for Chemoreception Sciences

1998 Chemical Senses  
olfactory system of Xenopus laevis.  ...  In the African clawed frog, Xenopus laevis, Pax-6 is expressed in the olfactory bulb as well as other regions of the central nervous system and may play a role in the formation and differentiation of olfactory  ...  In the first experiment, four comparisons suggested that urine from MC5RKO males more readily elicited aggression: reduced latency to bite, reduced latency to attack, increased number of bites, and increased  ... 
doi:10.1093/chemse/23.5.545 fatcat:v2hv5w77onan7f6cs3tclcwmly

CREB-vermittelte Mechanismen der Adaptation und endokrinen Regulation embryonaler Zellen [article]

Maria Schindler, Universitäts- Und Landesbibliothek Sachsen-Anhalt, Martin-Luther Universität, Fischer, Bernd, Prof. Dr. Dr., Stangl, Gabriele, Prof. Dr., Niemann, Heiner, Prof. Dr.
2018
The current study showsthe pivotal role of CREB in the embryonic adaptation processwhich may lay the foundation for susceptibility to disease throughout later life.  ...  Adiponectin exposition during early phase of development leads to increased number of functional differentiated adipocytes, demonstrating a direct influence on adipogenesis.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors thank Michaela Kirstein and Sabine Schrö tter for their excellent technical assistance.  ... 
doi:10.25673/1560 fatcat:3e3avnjhqfeb7csighogx5aeiq

Dauer

Patrick J. Hu
2007 WormBook  
of paper. xxi This page intentionally left blank Acknowledgements Work in the authors' laboratories is supported by institutional grants from the CNRS, Innate Immunity in Caenorhabditis elegans and  ...  Most of the work reported was supported by grants to the authors from The Wellcome Trust (UK).  ...  The subunits carrying the candidate SNPs were cloned and expressed in Xenopus laevis oocytes.  ... 
doi:10.1895/wormbook.1.144.1 pmid:17988074 pmcid:PMC2890228 fatcat:3lbwzbjxifaehegmnerrtqqdvq
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