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INVESTIGATING RETINOIC ACID REGULATION IN THE POSTNATAL TESTIS
Spermatogenesis is the tightly regulated process in which spermatogonial stem cells differentiate to form mature spermatozoa. One possible way to regulate spermatogenesis is through manipulating the active metabolite of ...
HUMAN MUTS HOMOLOGUE HMSH4: CHARACTERIZATION OF PROTEIN INTERACTION AND POST-TRANSLATIONAL MODIFICATION
Genomic stability is essential for the faithful transmission of genetic information during cell division. Although genomic integrity is constantly challenged by endogenous and exogenous factors that cause DNA damage, cells ...
YB1: A New Player in FSH Regulation of Gene Expression in Granulosa Cells
Within the ovarian follicle, immature oocytes are surrounded and supported by granulosa cells (GCs). Stimulation of GCs by follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) promotes their proliferation and differentiation, events that ...
PHENOTYPIC CHARACTERIZATION AND TREATMENT OF A NOVEL MOUSE MODEL FOR LIMB-GIRDLE MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY 2i
Muscular dystrophies are a subset of inherited neuromuscular diseases that are characterized by weakened muscle structure and muscle wasting. Treatment options for these diseases are limited to treating the symptoms and ...