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Kraus, P.; Winata, C.L.; Lufkin, T., 2015: BAC transgenic zebrafish for transcriptional promoter and enhancer studies. With the advent of BAC recombineering techniques, transcriptional promoter and enhancer isolation studies have become much more feasible in zebrafish than in mouse given the easy access to large numbers of fertilized zebrafish eggs and offspring i...

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Dierickx, K., 1965: Regeneration of the neural lobe of the hypophysis after extirpation of the median eminence in Rana temporaria. In Rana temporaria. the extirpation of the median eminence was followed by a subtotal degeneration of the neural lobe and, in most animals, by regeneration of a new more or less developed neural lobe. There existed a parallelism between the degree...

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