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the Francis Crick Institute Xenopus tropicalis Full-Length Database

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TUTORIAL: How to find full-length clones for specifc genes


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(DATA UPDATED FOR PLATES 21-24, July 27th 2006)


This work has been supported (in part) by an EC fund of the 6th PCRDT Coordination Action X-OMICS (project N 512065)


Citation:

The data and methods used in constructing this database are described in:

Gilchrist, M., Zorn, A. M., Voigt, J, Smith, J.C., Papalopulu, N. and Amaya, E. (2004).
Defining a large set of full length clones from a Xenopus tropicalis EST project. Dev. Biol. 271:498-516

Please cite this paper if you use information derived from or reagents associated with this database.

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This version dated: 11th November 2009



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