The bioelectric control of metastatic processes during morphogenesis in Xenopus laevis.

Lobikin, Maria.

2015

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  • Abstract: Understanding the mechanisms by which cellular communication and large-scale pattern formation is coordinated in the developing embryo is of high priority to developmental biology, regenerative medicine, and oncology. Proper patterning of body axes during morphogenesis is important to the overall physiology of the organism, and involves bioelectric processes in addition to chemical s... read more
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