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  • Axolotls: Genetics and Colour - Provides an overview of the genetics behind the color variants, wild, melanoid, white and albino.
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  • Developmental Biology: Xenopus as a Model System - Amphibian embryos remained the embryos of choice for experimental embryologists for many decades. This article outlines the attractions of Xenopus laevis, the South African Clawed Frog.
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  • Frog Genetics: Xenopus Tropicalis Jumps into the Future - Article which explains why amphibian embryos are one of the favoured systems for elucidating the mechanisms of early development.
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  • Indiana University Axolotl Colony - Genetic stock center for supply of embryos, larvae, and adults to laboratories and classrooms throughout the United States and abroad. Includes history, news, and personnel.
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  • Salamander Genome Project - Development of expressed sequence tags (ESTS) and a comprehensive genome map. Includes project overview, linkage maps, and conserved syntenies .
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  • Xenbase - Xenopus laevis and tropicalis biology and genomics resource.
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  • Xenopus laevis - Database focusing on gene expression in the frog, Xenopus laevis. Includes pictorial representations and expression domains.
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