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mRNA injection into xenopus embryo


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#1 huni

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Posted 29 September 2011 - 02:11 PM

Hi, it's hard to find related topic for my question, so I list it here.
I wonder why we need to inject mRNA to xenopus embryo to see the function of that gene, not cDNA.
I guess that there might not be a machinery for transcription yet in early xenopus embryo.
Can anyone confirm it?
Thanks,




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