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    Two-headed Xenopus laevis tadpole
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    Two-headed Xenopus laevis tadpole

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    Xenopus laevis, the African clawed frog, has long been used as a research organism for studying embryonic development. The abnormal presence of RNA encoding the signaling molecule plakoglobin causes atypical signaling, giving rise to a two-headed tadpole.
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    Internal NoteAZM obtained this image from Dr. Klymkowsky in response to her FL post request
    Keywordsresearch organism, proteins, embryo, protein-coding, genes, DNA
    SourceMichael Klymkowsky, University of Colorado, Boulder
    Date2010-07-12 00:00:00
    Credit LineMichael Klymkowsky, University of Colorado, Boulder
    InvestigatorMichael Klymkowsky, University of Colorado, Boulder
    Record TypePhotograph
    Topic Area(s);#Genes;#
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