Danielle Oberdick- Effect of Ectodysplasin A on Scute Development
From Danielle Oberdick
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This study is looking to see the effects of Ectodysplasin A (EDA) on scute development in turtles. EDA is important in the formation of epidermal appendages similar to hair, nails, and the feathers of a bird. This will be done by inhibiting the EDA pathways and also using a protein to see its effect on scute development.…Read more Less…