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Stem cell-like Xenopus Embryonic Explants to Study Early Neural Developmental Features In Vitro and In Vivo

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10.3791/53474-v

February 2nd, 2016

February 2nd, 2016

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1Institut Curie, 2UMR 3387, CNRS, 3PSL Research University, 4Université Paris-Sud

In Xenopus embryos, cells from the roof of the blastocoel are pluripotent and can be programmed to generate various tissues. Here, we describe protocols to use amphibian blastocoel roof explants as an assay system to investigate key in vivo and in vitro features of early neural development.

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