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Making Waves
New study details how fertilization triggers changes to thousands of proteins in frog eggs

For more than half a century, studies on the African clawed frog (Xenopus laevis) have helped scientists better understand the biological underpinnings of life, from embryonic development and neurobiology to genetics and disease.

Now, new technologies are allowing scientists to learn even more about the fundamental processes that drive biology from these homely model organisms.

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