[Xenopus] 2021 International Xenopus Meeting

Dominique Alfandari alfandar at vasci.umass.edu
Wed May 12 09:10:41 EDT 2021

Thank you Marko, I did not get the original email.

On another note does someone have RNAseq data on Xenopus XTC cells? It would be super useful for us since we use XTC to screen our monoclonal antibody.

Dominique Alfandari PhD
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Hi All

            I am reposting Matt Guille’s announcement for the upcoming International Xenopus Meeting. Please note that deadlines are approaching. I believe the deadline for abstracts will now be May 31. So be sure to start working on them. Looking forward to seeing everyone


Hello Everyone,

Registration and Abstract submissions are open here or accessible via Xenbase:


The meeting will almost certainly go ahead as a "blended" conference, with the option to attend either virtually or in person. If the UK government's programme to re-open the country as CV19 comes under control takes place as expected then we expect to offer accommodation packages to those who have registered for the virtual conference at around the end of May.

We look forward to seeing you (either over video or possibly in person) in August.

IXC organising committee


Matt Guille
Professor of Developmental Genetics
University of Portsmouth

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