- Kumar, Manish, Chen, Hongyu, Pandey, Ashok, Varjani, Sunita, Taherzadeh, Mohammad J., Sarsaiya, Surendra, Qin, Shiyi, Liu, Huimin, Awasthi, Mukesh Kumar, Kumar, Sunil, Singh, Lal, Zhang, Zengqiang, Bolan, Nanthi S.
Germ cell specific overactivation of WNT/βcatenin signalling has no effect on folliculogenesis but causes fertility defects due to abnormal foetal development
Germ cell-specific sustained activation of Wnt signalling perturbs spermatogenesis in aged mice, possibly through non-coding RNAs
In Vivo cell fate tracing provides no evidence for mesenchymal to epithelial transition in adult fallopian tube and uterus
Organ culture and whole mount immunofluorescence staining of mouse Wolffian ducts
- Jamaluddin, M. Fairuz B., Ko, Yi-An, Scott, Rodney J., Nahar, Pravin, Tanwar, Pradeep S., Kumar, Manish, Brown, Yazmin, Bajwa, Preety, Nagendra, Prathima B., Skerrett-Byrne, David A., Hondermarck, Hubert, Baker, Mark A., Dun, Matthew D.
WNT signalling in germ cells and reproductive tract development
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