A unique combination of male germ cell mirnas coordinates gonocyte differentiation
RBM5 is a male germ cell splicing factor and is required for spermatid differentiation and male fertility
- O'Bryan, Moira K., Clark, Brett J., Ormandy, Christopher J., Jamsai, Duangporn, McLaughlin, Eileen A., D'Sylva, Rebecca J., O'Donnell, Liza, Wilce, Jacqueline A., Sutherland, Jessie, O'Connor, Anne E., Whittle, Belinda, Goodnow, Christopher C.
Mouse spermatocytes express CYP2E1 and respond to acrylamide exposure
Esrp1 is a marker of mouse fetal germ cells and differentially expressed during spermatogenesis
Leukemia inhibitory factor-receptor is dispensable for prenatal testis development but is required in sertoli cells for normal spermatogenesis in mice
Probing the origins of 1,800 MHz radio frequency electromagnetic radiation induced damage in mouse immortalized germ cells and spermatozoa in vitro
Sertoli cell-enriched proteins in mouse and human testicular interstitial fluid
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