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Amphibian Models of Development and Disease

Sokol, Sergei Y
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Edition: 1st
Publisher: Academic Press, Incorporated
ISBN: 0-12-816833-1 (0128168331)
ISBN-13: 978-0-12-816833-2 (9780128168332)
Binding: Hardcover
Copyright: 2021
Publish Date: 06/21
Volume: 145
Weight: 1.57 Lbs.
Pages: 362
Subject Class: BIO (Biostatistics and Epidemiology)
Return Policy: Returns accepted up to 12 months provided no other recalls or return restrictions apply.
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ISSN Series: Current Topics in Developmental Biology
Discipline: Biology
Subject Definition: Developmental Biology
NLM Class: QH 491
LC Class: QH491
Abstract: Amphibian Models of Development and Disease, Volume 145 in the Current Topics in Developmental Biology series, highlights new advances in the field written by an international board of experts. New chapters in this release include Building a ciliated epithelium: Transcriptional regulation and radial intercalation of multiciliated cells, Biomechanics of Amphibian Morphogenesis, Planar cell polarity during neural tube closure, Xenopus neural crest and its relevance to human disease, Endoderm organogenesis, From egg to embryo in marsupial frogs, Evo-devo lessons from the analysis of Xenopus genomes, Transcriptional regulation during zygotic genome activation, Proteomics and metabolomics for cell lineage analysis in frog embryos, and more.

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