Question: How Would The Following Manipulations Alter Development/patterning Of An Amphibian Embryo? To Answer This Question You Will Need To Remind Yourself Of The Normal Function Of Each Molecule. 1. Constitutive Activation Of ß-catenin In Germ Cells Of Mother. Constitutive = Always “on” And Unregulated. 0 Removal Of Phosphorylation Sites That Stimulate Ubiquitination/degradation…

Question: How Would The Following Manipulations Alter Development/patterning Of An Amphibian Embryo? To Answer This Question You Will Need To Remind Yourself Of The Normal Function Of Each Molecule. 1. Constitutive Activation Of ß-catenin In Germ Cells Of Mother. Constitutive = Always “on” And Unregulated. 0 Removal Of Phosphorylation Sites That Stimulate Ubiquitination/degradation…

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How would the following manipulations alter development/patterning of an amphibian embryo? To answer this question you will need to remind yourself of the normal function of each molecule. 1. Constitutive activation of ß-catenin in germ cells of mother. Constitutive = always “on” and unregulated. 0 Removal of phosphorylation sites that stimulate ubiquitination/degradation stabilizes b- catenin in the absence of Wnt or Dsh activation. 6 OR OLICI -treatment inhibits Gsk3b 2. Dsh knock-down with RNA. 3. Injection of Siamois mRNA into ventral blastomeres. 4. Implantation of a bead that contains Chordin protein into the prospective ventral epidermis 5. Knockdown of Dkk with an antisense morpholino RNA Edit View Insert Format Tools Table