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Mammalian development: new trick for an old dog.

A recent study has shown that the T-box gene eomesodermin, which was first identified in Xenopus, not only plays a conserved role in vertebrates directing gastrulation, but interestingly in mammals has acquired a new function in the development of the trophoblast.[1]


  1. Mammalian development: new trick for an old dog. Graham, A. Curr. Biol. (2000) [Pubmed]
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