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Temporal and spatial regulation of fibronectin in early Xenopus development

Cell

Mar 1, 1984

Gun Hee LeeMarc W. Kirschner

PMID: 6697394

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Pattern formation and temporal control of gene expression in Xenopus development were investigated using fibronectin as a biochemical marker. We determined the spatial localization of fibronectin in the embryo by immunofluorescence and the temporal program of its expression by biosynthe...read more

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Cell Secretion
Gene Expression
Gastrulation
Establishment and Maintenance of Localization
Ovum
Morphogenesis
Pattern Formation During Regionalization
Embryo
Xenopus subgenus
Anabolism
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Temporal and spatial regulation of fibronectin in early Xenopus development

Cell

Mar 1, 1984

Gun Hee LeeMarc W. Kirschner

PMID: 6697394

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Abstract

Pattern formation and temporal control of gene expression in Xenopus development were investigated using fibronectin as a biochemical marker. We determined the spatial localization of fibronectin in the embryo by immunofluorescence and the temporal program of its expression by biosynthe...read more

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Cell Secretion
Gene Expression
Gastrulation
Establishment and Maintenance of Localization
Ovum

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