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- Sugimoto, Makoto, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Zygote 2014 v.22 no.2 pp. 266-274
- Xenopus; embryogenesis; oocytes; proteins
- ... The POU family subclass V (POU-V) proteins have important roles in maintaining cells in an undifferentiated state. In Xenopus, expression of the POU-V protein Oct60 was detected in oocytes and was found to decrease in blastula- to gastrula-stage embryos. In addition, Oct60 overexpression inhibits some signals in early embryogenesis, including Activin/Nodal, BMP, and Wnt signalling. In this report, ...