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Species Resource
C.intestinalis / (O.japonicus) Wild C.int Toll-like receptors of the ascidian Ciona intestinalis: prototypes with hybrid functionalities of vertebrate Toll-like receptors.
C.intestinalis / (O.japonicus) Wild C. int Functional diversity of signaling pathways through G protein-coupled receptor heterodimerization with a species-specific orphan receptor subtype.
C.intestinalis / (O.japonicus) Wild C. int Monoaminergic modulation of photoreception in ascidian: evidence for a proto-hypothalamo-retinal territory.
C.intestinalis / (O.japonicus) Wild C. int Cytosolic subunits of ATP synthase are localized to the cortical endoplasmic reticulum-rich domain of the ascidian egg myoplasm.
C.intestinalis / (O.japonicus) Wild C. int Calaxin drives sperm chemotaxis by Ca²⁺-mediated direct modulation of a dynein motor.
C.intestinalis / (O.japonicus) Wild C. int Lipid rafts function in Ca2+ signaling responsible for activation of sperm motility and chemotaxis in the ascidian Ciona intestinalis.
C.intestinalis / (O.japonicus) Wild C. int Raman spectroscopic imaging of the whole Ciona intestinalis embryo during development.
C.intestinalis / (O.japonicus) Wild C. int Chondroitin 6-O-sulfotransferases are required for morphogenesis of the notochord in the ascidian embryo.
C.intestinalis / (O.japonicus) Wild C. int Chondroitin 4-O-sulfotransferases are required for cell adhesion and morphogenesis in the Ciona intestinalis embryo.
C.intestinalis / (O.japonicus) Wild C. int Formation of the digestive tract in Ciona intestinalis includes two distinct morphogenic processes between its anterior and posterior parts.
C.intestinalis / (O.japonicus) Wild C. int Microtubule array observed in the posterior-vegetal cortex during cytoplasmic and cortical reorganization of the ascidian egg.
C.intestinalis / (O.japonicus) Wild C. int Novel genes involved in Ciona intestinalis embryogenesis: characterization of gene knockdown embryos.