Assessment of microRNA expression in mouse epididymal epithelial cells and spermatozoa by next generation sequencing
Characterisation of mouse epididymosomes reveals a complex profile of microRNAs and a potential mechanism for modification of the sperm epigenome
- Reilly, Jackson N., McLaughlin, Eileen A., Nixon, Brett, Stanger, Simone J., Anderson, Amanda L., Hutcheon, Kate, Church, Kiralee, Mihalas, Bettina P., Tyagi, Sonika, Holt, Janet E., Eamens, Andrew L.
Chronic testicular Chlamydia muridarum infection impairs mouse fertility and offspring development
- Bryan, Emily R., Redgrove, Kate A., Mooney, Alison R., Mihalas, Bettina P., Sutherland, Jessie M., Carey, Alison J., Armitage, Charles W., Trim, Logan K., Kollipara, Avinash, Mulvey, Peter B. M., Palframan, Ella, Trollope, Gemma, Bogoevski, Kristofor, McLachlan, Robert, McLaughlin, Eileen A., Beagley, Kenneth W.
Dynamin 2 is essential for mammalian spermatogenesis
Molecular mechanisms contributing to the age-related decline in oocyte quality
Molecular mechanisms responsible for increased vulnerability of the ageing oocyte to oxidative damage
Next generation sequencing analysis reveals segmental patterns of microRNA expression in mouse epididymal epithelial cells
The lipid peroxidation product 4-hydroxynonenal contributes to oxidative stress-mediated deterioration of the ageing oocyte
The small non-coding RNA profile of mouse oocytes is modified during aging
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