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Sex Dev (2023) 17 (2-3): 84–98.
Published Online: 06 March 2023
...Mateus Contar Adolfi; Alexandra Depincé; Ming Wen; Qiaowei Pan; Amaury Herpin Background: Encompassing about half of the 60,000 species of vertebrates, fish display the greatest diversity of sex determination mechanisms among metazoans. As such that phylum offers a unique playground to study...
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Sex Dev (2021) 14 (1-6): 60–65.
Published Online: 01 March 2021
...), and comparative genome hybridization (I, J) in metaphases from both sexes of the Peters’ keeled plated lizard (T. petersi). Z chromosomes are indicated when recognizable. ITRs are indicated by yellow arrows. We used fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) to visualize the topology of ribosomal DNA loci...
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Sex Dev (2017) 11 (1): 46–51.
Published Online: 15 December 2016
... and testicular hypoplasia with spermatogenesis arrest. Whole chromosome painting by FISH analysis corroborated the reciprocal nature of the chromosomal exchanges between the Y chromosome and SSC13. The possible causes for the observed meiotic arrest of the carrier are reviewed. dvillago@uoguelph.ca 3...
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Sex Dev (2016) 9 (5): 279–288.
Published Online: 12 December 2015
... to demonstrate the effect of sex chromosome constitution of both blood lymphocytes and gonadal tissues on the phenotypic manifestations. Conventional cytogenetic and FISH analyses of blood lymphocytes were conducted, and laparoscopy with gonadal biopsy was performed for histopathologic examination and FISH...
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Sex Dev (2015) 9 (3): 155–161.
Published Online: 16 July 2015
... of the genomic organization of the SOX9 locus in dogs by both in silico and FISH approaches. Contrary to what is observed in the current dog genome assembly, we found that the genomic organization is quite similar to that reported in humans and other mammalian species, including the position of the RevSex region...
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Sex Dev (2013) 7 (6): 308–315.
Published Online: 16 December 2013
... compared with testes. These results suggest that antagonists to the Wnt cascade may play significant roles in sex differentiation and gonadal development in sturgeon and could serve as sex markers in this group of ancient fish. Total RNA (>10 µg) from one ovary and testis was provided to the Purdue...
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Sex Dev (2012) 6 (6): 298–302.
Published Online: 04 September 2012
... chromosome staining, only one X chromosome was observed with a normal diploid number (2n = 60) in all 200 studied cells. Subsequent cytogenetic analyses by using both CBA- and RBA-banding techniques evidenced that almost all the p arms of the other X chromosome was lacking. Detailed FISH-mapping analyses...
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Sex Dev (2009) 3 (2-3): 118–135.
Published Online: 10 August 2009
...J.F. Baroiller; H. D’Cotta; E. Saillant Environmental factors affect the sex ratio of many gonochoristic fish species. They can either determine sex or influence sex differentiation. Temperature is the most common environmental cue affecting sex but density, pH and hypoxia have also been shown...
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Sex Dev (2007) 1 (2): 85–99.
Published Online: 13 April 2007
...J.-N. Volff; I. Nanda; M. Schmid; M. Schartl In contrast to the rather stable regulatory regimes established over more that 100 million years in birds and mammals, sex determination in fish might frequently undergo evolutionary changes bringing the sex-determining cascade under new master sex...