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Xenopus laevis octamer-binding proteins
Darrin P. Smith
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Thesis (Ph.D.)- University of Warwick, 1990.
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Branch length scale shown at the bottom for substitutions per difference in branch length between Xenopus laevis-L and Xenopus laevis Cited by: Xenopus laevis oocytes have been used in many studies as an expression system for the cloning of membrane proteins, in particular transporters. This involves the analysis of ligand transport in oocytes injected with RNA that is transcribed from successive subdivisions of cDNA libraries until a single positive clone is obtained.
Xenopus laevis Tadpole with Hind Limbs and Arms (NF St 58 - 62) $ Irradiated Adult Xenopus Diet. Xenopus express™ has partnered with Zeigler® to offer an Irradiated Xenopus food. These mm Floating Pellets contain all necessary nutrients for a complete diet. Ligand for members of the frizzled family of seven transmembrane receptors. Can activate or inhibit canonical Wnt signaling, depending on receptor context (By similarity). Plays a role in normal embryonic development (PubMed).
Histone H2B gene transcription during Xenopus early development requires functional cooperation between proteins bound to the CCAAT and octamer motifs. C Hinkley and M Perry Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston Cited by: Xenopus laevis Youe Li encoding eya1 proteins into Xenopus embryos Embryos were injected (inj.) with ng of mRNA, and protein isolated from two embryos was loaded on to each lane. (A).
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The full length X. laevis cDNA clone which I have isolated may represent a novel alternately spliced form of Oct Two octamer-binding proteins have been identified (in band shift assays) in X. laevis oocyte, embryo and tissue : Darrin Paul Smith. This volume presents the first comprehensive treatment of the wide range of uses for Xenopus laevis oocytes and embryos in cell and molecular biology.
Each chapter includes background Xenopus laevis octamer-binding proteins book, experimental protocols, and suggested applications. An extensive array of techniques is featured. Purchase Xenopus laevis: Practical Uses in Cell and Molecular Biology, Volume 36 - 1st Edition.
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Xenopus Eleutheroembryonic Thyroid Assay (XETA) The purpose of the test is to measure the capacity of a chemical to activate or inhibit the transcription of a genetic construct (THb/ZIP-GFP X.
laevis eleutheroembryos) either by binding to the thyroid hormone receptor or by modifying the amount of thyroid hormone available for. Xenbase administers Xenopus gene nomenclature. Gene names for laevis homeologs are appended with "L homeolog" or "S homeolog" to distinguish the sub-genome they are associated with.
When there is no human ortholog of a new Xenopus gene or when the human gene name is provisional, new gene names will be based on consultations with the HGNC, the. This graph shows protein expression in Xenopus laevis. Optionally the mRNA expression is also charted for comparison.
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Taxonomy - Xenopus laevis (African clawed frog) (SPECIES)))). Dynamin Binding Protein Is Required for Xenopus laevis Kidney Development Bridget D. DeLay 1, Tanya A. Baldwin 2,3 and Rachel K. Miller 1,3,4,5* 1 Department of Pediatrics, McGovern Medical School, Pediatric Research Center, University of Texas Cited by: 3.
Xenopus laevis Oct-1 does not bind to certain histone H2B gene promoter octamer motifs for which a novel octamer-binding factor has high affinity. D P Smith and R W Old Department of Biological Sciences, University of Warwick, Coventry, by: 7.
Co-expression of the octamer-binding protein Oct1 induces expression from a Cdx4 reporter and mutation of the octamer site abolishes activity of the same reporter. We show that the octamer site is highly conserved in the promoters of the human, mouse, chicken, and zebrafish Cdx4 genes and within the promoters of amphibian Cdx1 and by: 7.
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Beccari E, Mazzetti P. The nucleotide sequence of the ribosomal protein L14 gene of Xenopus laevis. Nucleic Acids Res. Feb 25; 15 (4)– [PMC free article] Mizuno K, Ohsuye K, Wada Y, Fuchimura K, Tanaka S, Matsuo H. Cloning and sequence of cDNA encoding a peptide C-terminal alpha-amidating enzyme from Xenopus by: Oocytes and embryos contain multiple octamer-binding proteins that are expressed in a sequential manner during early development.
Sequences encoding three novel octamer-binding proteins were isolated from Xenopus cDNA libraries by virtue of their similarity with the DNA binding (POU) domain of the ubiquitously expressed transcription factor OctAuthor: Craig Steven Hinkley.
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Laura A. Jansen, in Models of Seizures and Epilepsy (Second Edition), Abstract. Xenopus laevis, also known as the African clawed frog, has played a significant role in understanding the causes of epilepsy and in identifying and characterizing effective has largely been accomplished through the use of the oocytes of Xenopus, which possess many qualities that make them well.
CPEB, or cytoplasmic polyadenylation element binding protein, is a highly conserved RNA-binding protein that promotes the elongation of the polyadenine tail of messenger RNA.
CPEB most commonly activates the target RNA for translation, but can also act as a repressor, dependent on its phosphorylation state. In animals, CPEB is expressed in several alternative splicing isoforms that are. Xenopus laevis is a rather inactive creature.
It is incredibly hardy and can live up to 15 years. At times the ponds that Xenopus laevis is found in dry up, compelling it, in the dry season, to burrow into the mud, leaving a tunnel for air. It may lie dormant for up to a : Amphibia.Here, we have defined DRTF1/E2F in Xenopus laevis that, like its mammalian counterpart, specifically binds to the E2F site, is regulated during development, and interacts with pRb and related proteins.
We have isolated cDNAs that encode the functional homologue of mammalian DP-1, X1 DP-1, together with a close relative, X1 DPCited by: During oogenesis, Xenopus oocytes accumulate large amounts of storage proteins that—after fertilization—provide the developing embryo with building blocks and energy metabolites.
The size of the fully developed oocyte (diameter, mm) is largely governed by the stored amounts of egg yolk protein. Thus, the mature oocyte is equipped to initiate protein synthesis, cell growth, and Cited by: