Manchester Axolotls
Various scientific documents from different sources
Scientific Documents
Is it a Fish? NO,   Is it a Reptile? NO,   Is it a Tadpole? NO......What is it?, It's an Axolotl
Remember Axolots are NOT fish so do not treat them like one
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Document 01
Differentiation Potencies of Isolated Parts of the Urodele
Document 02
Complexity of the T cell receptor CIisotypes in the Mexican
axolotl: structure and diversity of the VDJCI3 and VDJCI4 chains
Document 03
Axolotl MHC class III chain: predominance of  allele and
alternative splicing of the I1 domain
Document 04
Expression Patterns of Fgf-8 During Development and Limb
Regeneration of the Axolotl
Document 05
Structure, diversity and expression of the TCRp chains in the
Mexican axolotl
Document 06
Highly restricted diversity of TCR delta chains of the amphibian
Mexican axolotl (Ambystoma mexicanum)in peripheral tissues
Document 07
Identification and expression of Helios,amember of the Ikaros
family, in the Mexican axolotl: implications for the embryonic
origin of lymphocyte progenitors
Document 08
Anatomy of axolotl flank integument during limb bud development
with special  reference to a transcutaneous current predicting
limb formation
Document 09
Expression of tropomyosin in relation to my of ibrillogenesis in
axolotl hearts
Document 10
Axolotl MHC architecture and polymorphism
Document 11
Expression of Fibro blast Growth Factors 4, 8, and 10in
Limbs, Flanks, and Blastemas o fAmbystoma
Document 12
Regeneration of the Urodele Limb: A Review
Document 13
Quantitative Evaluation of MorpholinoMediated Protein
Knockdown of GFP, MSX1,and PAX7 During Tail Regeneration
in Ambystoma mexicanum
Document 14
Expression of Heat-Shock Protein 70 During Limb Development
and Regeneration in the Axolotl
Document 15
Molecular and Immunohistochemical Analyses of Cardiac
Troponin T During Cardiac Development in the Mexican Axolotl,
Ambystoma mexicanum
Document 16
Migratory Patterns and Developmental Potential of Trunk Neural
Crest Cells in the Axolotl Embryo
Document 17
Ion Imaging During Axolotl Tail Regeneration In Vivo
Document 18
Matrix Metallo proteinase Expression During Blastema
Formation in Regeneration Competent Versus Regeneration
Deficient Amphibian Limbs
Document 19
Early Regulation of Axolotl Limb Regeneration
Document 20
Looking Proximally and Distally: 100 Years of Limb
Regeneration and Beyond
Document 21
The Mexican Axolotl as a Pet and a Laboratory Animal
Document 22
Expression Pattern of Nogo-A, MAG, and NgR in Regenerating
Urodele Spinal Cord
Document 23
Studies of muscle proteins in embryonic myocaridial cells of
cardiac lethal mutant Mexican Axolotls by heavy meromyosin
binding and sodium dodecyl sulphate poluacrylamide gel
Document 24
Regeneration of axolotl hind limbs bearing surgically created
discontinuities in the anterior-posterioraxis
Document 25
The regeneration of double dorsal and double ventral limbs in the
Document 26
Isolation, amino acid sequence determination and binding
properties of two fatty-acid-binding proteins from axolotl
(Ambistoma mexicanum) liver Evolutionary relationship
Document 27
Cloning and Tissue Specific Expression  of the Axolotl Cellular
Retinoic Acid Binding Protei
Document 28
Evidence for multiple sequences and factors involved in c-
mycRNA stability during amphibian oogenesis
Document 29
Characterization and expression of a maternal axolotl Cyclin  B1
during oogenesis and early development
Document 30
Multiple sequences and factors are involved in
stability‚ĀĄdegradation ofAwnt-1, Awnt-5AandAwnt-5B mRNAs
during axolotl development
Document 31
A comparative study of gland cells implicated in the nerve
dependence of salamander limb regeneration
Document 32
Probability of regenerating a normal limb after bite injury in the
Mexican axolotl (Ambystoma mexicanum)
Document 33
Plasticity for axolotl lens regeneration is associated with age-
related changes in gene expression
Document 34
Compendium of Axolotl Husbandry Methods
Document 35
Intracelluar recordings of Rod responces during dark-adaption
Document 36
The formation and regression of synapses during the re-
innervation of Axolotl striated muscles
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