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mwlizla Oct 12
First session of about to start.
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ぜのぱす Oct 14
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Austin T. Baldwin Oct 18
I think tweets are done but I forgot I took this photo
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Austin T. Baldwin Oct 13
Robert Huebner representing the Wallingford Lab at
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Austin T. Baldwin Oct 13
FOR THE RECORD I also gave a talk but did not take a selfie at the start of it 😁
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Heather Ray Oct 11
On my way to ! Looking forward to seeing what all my froggy friends are up to 🐸🐸🐸
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Thomas Naert Oct 13
Great initiative - Junior strategic planning session at allowing early career scientists to help establish community priorities for the Xenopus field in the coming years
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Mick Yoder Oct 11
Nor’easter...no’problem! Excellent opening bbq at the MBL club! Thanks the and the organizers!
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Thomas Naert Oct 12
Kicking off with a disease modeling session in . Highlights of how Xenopus 🐸🐸🐸 allows fast and cost-effective genotype-phenotype correlation. With a nice overview of our cancer modeling work
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Xenbase Oct 13
A BSDB history rap . where’s the rap? 😀
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Yo_In_The_Embryo Oct 21
can we still tweet about ? of course. Here's some scenery, moonrise over eel pond
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Wills Lab Oct 13
Andrea is at and excited about some strategic planning going on in the community!
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Nicole Edwards Oct 14
Thanks to all the organizers of for the excellent meeting and to for holding another thawing demo! Looking forward to next time 🐸🐸🐸
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cshlxeno Oct 12
We are here in Woods Hole for . Starting out the day with sessions on disease modeling and 'omics approaches. Let the great science begin!
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Jennifer Landino Oct 9
Excited for the upcoming meeting! Ready to talk all things 🐸🐸🐸 Here's a sneak peak of my talk - Rho waves on a supported lipid bilayer
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Gert Jan C. Veenstra Oct 12
Developmental disease modeling (heart, kidney, neural, esophagus- trachea) as well as cancer: Front and center at the Xenopus resource meeting It is fast and cost-effective with excellent access to the earliest developmental stages
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Praneet Chaturvedi Oct 12
Amazing conference and folks are loving GEO data features. Xenbase processes public data from scratch and provides amazing visualization. Find us (Xenbasers) for your queries.
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XenopusNXR Oct 12
Great turnout for . 100 people in attendance. Exciting times ahead. Lots of new faces. Getting ready for Xenbase workshop
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Jennifer Landino Oct 12
Xenopus resources and emerging technologies is off to a great start. Join us on the Xenopus Community Slack for meeting updates!
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🐸Rachel🐸Miller🐸 Sep 26
Looking forward to Xenopus meeting at Oct. 11-14! 72 speakers, 2 workshops & nearly 100 attendees! Had fun organizing with Marko Horb, , and Greg Weber! Looking forward to seeing everyone there!
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