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Embryonic stem cell-like cells derived from adult human testis.Academic Article Why?
Molecular cloning and sequence analysis of a mouse Y chromosome RNA transcript expressed in the testis.Academic Article Why?
Sox9 is sufficient for functional testis development producing fertile male mice in the absence of Sry.Academic Article Why?
The "two-tone" testis.Academic Article Why?
Testis-specific transcripts detected by a human Y-DNA-derived probe.Academic Article Why?
Re: Calsperin is a testis-specific chaperone required for sperm fertility.Academic Article Why?
Re: DMRT1 prevents female reprogramming in the postnatal mammalian testis.Academic Article Why?
Re: CECR2 is involved in spermatogenesis and forms a complex with SNF2H in the testis.Academic Article Why?
Re: The cancer/testis antigen prostate-associated gene 4 (PAGE4) is a highly intrinsically disordered protein.Academic Article Why?
The "striated" testis.Academic Article Why?
In situ hybridization shows that Dazla expression in mouse testis is restricted to premeiotic stages IV-VI of spermatogenesis.Academic Article Why?
Re: Genome Engineering Uncovers 54 Evolutionarily Conserved and Testis-Enriched Genes That are Not Required for Male Fertility in Mice.Academic Article Why?
Stimulation of hypoxia-inducible factor-1 alpha (HIF-1alpha) protein in the adult rat testis following ischemic injury occurs without an increase in HIF-1alpha messenger RNA expression.Academic Article Why?
Cryostorage of immature and mature human testis tissue to preserve spermatogonial stem cells (SSCs): a systematic review of current experiences toward clinical applications.Academic Article Why?
Deletion of Y chromosome sequences located outside the testis determining region can cause XY female sex reversal.Academic Article Why?
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