The European Xenopus Resource Centre (EXRC) is funded by the Wellcome Trust, BBSRC and NC3Rs to support researchers using Xenopus models. Researchers are encouraged to deposit Xenopus transgenic and mutant lines, Xenopus in situ hybridization probes, Xenopus specific antibodies and Xenopus expression clones with the Centre.
EXRC staff perform quality assurance testing on these reagents and then make them available to researchers at a small cost. EXRC can also supply wild-type Xenopus, embryos, oocytes and Xenopus tropicalis fosmids.

18th International Xenopus Conference 2021

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18th Xenopus Conference 2021 – Portsmouth, UK

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From January 2013 Xenopus are a schedule 2 species in the EU and can only be supplied by licenced breeders.
The EXRC is a licenced breeder.
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