Examining the self-correction of brain malformations in pre-metamorphic Xenopus laevis

Barry, Maura J.


  • Craniofacial deformities are common developmental defects in humans, and these birth defects cannot be treated, or the only form of treatment is an expensive and invasive surgery. Thus, there is a critical need to study not just the causes of craniofacial defects in vertebrate model systems, but also potential resolutions and treatments for these craniofacial defects. Previous work by the ... read more
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