Measuring the self-correction of brain morphology in pre-metamorphic Xenopus laevis tadpoles by examining markers of brain tissue differentiation and cerebrospinal fluid flow 



Barry, Maura J.

2018-10-17

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  • The McLaughlin lab is working to elucidate the underlying mechanisms that direct the self-correction of malformed tissues in the heads of Xenopus laevis tadpoles, with the ultimate goal of supporting the discovery of novel treatments for correcting human craniofacial birth defects. To help this objective, my project focused on determining whether brain tissue in pre- metamorphic tadpoles with cran... read more
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