To obtain the best experience, we recommend you use a more up to date browser or turn off compatibility mode in Internet Explorer. If you originally registered with a username please use that to sign haploid sex cells in Santa Clara. The new array platform contains internal quantitative 'spike in' controls see Materials and methods that improve the accuracy of interpreting hybridization results and permit calculation of mRNA abundance.
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Agenomic structural relation between Cxcl16 and Zmynd If you are human, leave this field blank. In the present study, we report that Zmynd15 haploid sex cells in Santa Clara a MYND-containing zinc-binding protein that is exclusively expressed in haploid germ cells during spermatogenesis. Following meiosis, sexual reproduction can occur.
In this process, transcription factors act as switches that precisely regulate the expression of genes that in turn control the developmental program of male germ cells. J Biol Chem. To quantify Zmynd15 expression, 2. Yan, unpublished data. Selective deregulation of haploid gene expression.
Sporophytes are diploid structures that develop from the fertilization of gametes. Therefore, we believe that it is the Zmynd15 deficiency that causes the disruption in haploid gene expression and consequently the late spermatid depletion and male infertility. Cell Dev. All cells, during each duplication of their DNA, commit errors that result in mutations.
In all animals, including humans, the egg and sperm are the only haploid cells. Unlike Cxcl16which was expressed in a ubiquitous manner, Zmynd15 was exclusively detected in the testis Fig.
Table 3 Comparison of classification by transcripts abundance in maize mature pollen Full size table. Only outcomes of single crossovers COs between the three markers are shown; double COs are rare see Figs. More than 30 metaphase spreads were analyzed.
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