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Transgenic Xenopus

Microinjection Methods and Developmental Neurobiology (Neuromethods)

by Shlomo Seidman

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Published by Humana Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Amphibians,
  • Neurosciences,
  • Neurophysiology,
  • Medical,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • General,
  • Medical / Neuroscience,
  • Neuroscience

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages216
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11310942M
    ISBN 100896034577
    ISBN 109780896034570

    The recent development of transgenic Xenopus technology offers the promise that this animal model will be utilized more than ever before. The purpose of this book is to provide the active researcher with a central source of high quality light microscopic color images of the tissues of X. laevis, to aid in the identification of the cells and Reviews: 1. The recent development of transgenic Xenopus technology offers the promise that this animal model will be utilized more than ever before. The purpose of this book is to provide the active researcher with a central source of high quality light microscopic color images of the tissues of X.

    National Xenopus Resource, Marine Biological Laboratory, USA. Microinjection is an important technique used by many Xenopus researchers to inject into embryos for loss-of-function 1 and gain-of-function studies 2,3, making transgenic 4,5,6 and knock out lines 7, as well as injecting into oocytes 8,9, Improved Cre Reporter Transgenic Xenopus Scott A. Rankin,1 Takashi Hasebe,2 Aaron M. Zorn,1 and Daniel R. Buchholz3* We have produced and characterized improved transgenic reporter lines for detection of Cre recombinase activity during Xenopus development. Improvements include choice of fluorophores, which make these Cre.

      Kroll KL, Amaya E () Transgenic Xenopus embryos from sperm nuclear transplantations reveal FGF signaling requirements during gastrulation. Development – ; Kusanagi K, Inoue H, Ishidou Y, Mishima HK, Kawabata M, Miyazono K () Characterization of a bone morphogenetic protein-responsive Smad-binding element. Transgenic technique for X. laevisand X. tropicalis The procedures used here were based on the REMI technique of Kroll and Amaya () for generating transgenic Xenopus laevis embryos. The procedures for making high-speed egg extract and sperm nuclei were unaltered from the original protocol (Amaya and Kroll, ).


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Transgenic Xenopus: Microinjection Methods and Developmental Neurobiology (Neuromethods (28)) th Edition by Shlomo Seidman (Author), Hermona Soreq (Author) ISBN Cited by: 8. Transgenic embryos of the frog Xenopus laevis offer an excellent system for approaching neuroscientific issues.

Insertion of foreign genes is performed simply, by mic- injection under binocular observation; hundreds of in vitro-fertilized embryos can be microinjected in one experiment. Transgenic Xenopus: Microinjection Methods and Developmental Neurobiology, - Xenbase Book Click here to close Hello.

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Transgenic Xenopus: microinjection methods and developmental neurobiology. [Shlomo Seidman; H Soreq] -- The need to better understand the molecular, b- chemical, and cellular processes by which a developing neuronal system unfolds has led to the development of a unique set of experimental tools and.

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Review Article Transgenic Xenopus laevis for live imaging in cell and developmental biology Chiyo Takagi,1 Kazuhiro Sakamaki,2 Hitoshi Morita,1† Yusuke Hara,1 Makoto Suzuki,1 Noriyuki Kinoshita1 and Naoto Ueno1 1National Institute for Basic Biology, 38 Nishigonaka, Myodaiji, Okazaki,and 2Department of Animal Development and Physiology, Graduate School of Biostudies, Kyoto.

Roose,M., et. () “Heat-shock inducible Cre strains to study organogenesis in transgenic Xenopus laevis.” Trans Res. 18, (rho:eGFP-atp1a3) Baker. NXR_ Description: (eGFP-ATP1a3) Xenopus rhodopsin promoter driving expression of eGFP tagged neuronal α3 isoform of the Na + /K +-ATPase in the rod photoreceptors.

The amphibian Xenopus laevis has been successfully used for many years as a model system for studying vertebrate development.

Because of technical limitations, however, molecular investigations have mainly concentrated on early stages. We have developed a straightforward method for stage-specific induction of gene expression in transgenic Xenopus embryos [1,2].

Injection of the SoxGFP plasmid into Xenopus embryos generated a pattern of GFP expression similar to endogenous Sox10 expression indicating that the major Sox10 regulatory elements are present in the kb fragment.

Stable transgenic Xenopus laevis animals were generated with the kb fragment as described in the Materials and Methods. The Color Atlas of "Xenopus laevis" Histology provides the first central source on the microscopic anatomy of cells, tissues, and major organs of the adult South African clawed frog, Xenopus laevis.

For many years, X. laevis has been a highly popular experimental animal model in many areas of research. The recent development of transgenic Xenopus technology offers the promise that this animal.

the first transgenic Xenopus laevis reporter line expressing GFP in both the blood- and lymphatic vasculature under the xFlk1 promoter (Tg(Flk1:eGFP)). We validated the model using genetic or pharmacological inhibition, further applied it to phenotype lymphangiogenic processes and.

X‐FRMT provides a new method for generating transgenic Xenopus. Once Xenopus lines harboring single host cassettes are generated, X ‐FRMT should allow for the targeting of transgenes to well‐characterized integration site(s), requiring no more special reagents or training than that already common to most Xenopus labs.

genesis –, © Wiley Periodicals, Inc. Summary. The possibility of generating transgenic animals is of obvious advantage for the analysis of gene function in development and disease.

One of the established vertebrate model systems in developmental biology is the amphibian Xenopus ent techniques have been successfully applied to create Xenopus transgenics; in this chapter, the so-called meganuclease. Hello. We notice that you are using Internet Explorer, which is not supported by Xenbase and may cause the site to display incorrectly.

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Generation of Tg(Flk1:eGFP) Xenopus laevis. We used restriction enzyme mediated integration (REMI) (Kroll and Amaya, ) to generate transgenic Xenopus laevis reporter tadpoles with vascular endothelial GFP Xenopus laevis Flk1 (VEGFR-2) promoter and first intron were used to drive reporter expression (supplementary material Fig.

S1).At st tadpoles were screened for. The recent development of transgenic Xenopus technology offers the promise that this animal model will be utilized more than ever before. The purpose of this book is to provide the active researcher with a central source of high quality light microscopic color images of the tissues of X.

laevis, to aid in the identification of the cells and. Xenopus oocyte expression systems can be used to accomplish a variety of objectives, which are mentioned below. Production of transgenic Xenopus. A quantity of the microinjected DNA becomes incorporated into the Xenopus genome to generate transgenic individuals.

The generation of transgenic animals is an essential tool for many genetic strategies. DNA "cut-and-paste" transposon systems can be used to efficiently modify the Xenopus genome. Xenopus laevis embryos are an established model for studying kidney development. The nephron structure and genetic pathways that regulate nephrogenesis are conserved between Xenopus and humans, allowing for the study of human disease-causing genes.

Xenopus embryos are also amenable to large-scale screening, but studies of kidney disease-related genes have been impeded because .The approach enables stable expression of cloned gene products in Xenopus embryos.

Because the transgene integrates into the genome prior to fertilization, the resulting embryos are not chimeric, eliminating the need to breed to the next generation to obtain nonmosaic transgenic animals.Xenopus (/ ˈ z ɛ n ə p ə s /) (Gk., ξενος, xenos=strange, πους, pous=foot, commonly known as the clawed frog) is a genus of highly aquatic frogs native to sub-Saharan species are currently described within it.

The two best-known species of this genus are Xenopus laevis and Xenopus tropicalis, which are commonly studied as model organisms for developmental biology.