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High-resolution transcriptional profiling of Anopheles gambiae spermatogenesis reveals mechanisms of sex chromosome regulation

Scientific Reports

Oct 16, 2019

Chrysanthi TaxiarchiRoberto Galizi

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Although of high priority for the development of genetic tools to control malaria-transmitting mosquitoes, only a few germline-specific regulatory regions have been characterised to date and the presence of global regulatory mechanisms, such as dosage compensation and meiotic sex chromo...read more

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Chromosomes
Gametogenesis
Genes
Genetic Engineering
Genetic Vectors
Germ Line
Gonadal Structure
Malaria
Culicidae
Spermatogenesis
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High-resolution transcriptional profiling of Anopheles gambiae spermatogenesis reveals mechanisms of sex chromosome regulation

Scientific Reports

Oct 16, 2019

Chrysanthi TaxiarchiRoberto Galizi

PMID: 31619757

DOI: 10.1038/s41598-019-51181-1

Abstract

Although of high priority for the development of genetic tools to control malaria-transmitting mosquitoes, only a few germline-specific regulatory regions have been characterised to date and the presence of global regulatory mechanisms, such as dosage compensation and meiotic sex chromo...read more

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Chromosomes
Gametogenesis
Genes
Genetic Engineering
Genetic Vectors
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13
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