Why are frogs used in medical & scientific research?

Only 0.2% of total procedures in Great Britain are carried out on Xenopus frogs. Due to their very accessible embryos, Xenopus frogs can be studied at all stages of development. This makes them useful for researching embryonic development.

Last edited: 10 April 2024 10:22

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