New Way to Study Tissue Development Builds on Tools from National Xenopus Resource

March 19th, 2018 @

The African clawed frog is a great model to learn more about human disease and development. These frogs (also known as Xenopus laevis) produce many transparent embryos, making it easy to observe development and run a number of experiments at a time. But most impressively, 79 percent of genes associated with human disease have a […]