publication . Article . Other literature type . 2014

High-magnification in vivo imaging of Xenopus embryos for cell and developmental biology

Ryan Gray;
  • Published: 30 Dec 2014
Abstract
Authors: Esther K. Kieserman, Chanjae Lee, Ryan S. Gray, Tae Joo Park and John B. Wallingford Corresponding author ([wallingford@mail.utexas.edu](wallingford@mail.utexas.edu)). ### INTRODUCTION Embryos of the frog *Xenopus laevis* are an ideal model system for in vivo imaging of dynamic biological processes, from the inner workings of individual cells to the reshaping of tissues during embryogenesis. Their externally developing embryos are more amenable to in vivo analysis than internally developing mammalian embryos, and the large size of the embryos make them particularly suitable for time-lapse analysis of tissue-level morphogenetic events. In addition, indiv...
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publication . Article . Other literature type . 2014

High-magnification in vivo imaging of Xenopus embryos for cell and developmental biology

Ryan Gray;