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ab15090 has been referenced in 22 publications.

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  • Luo M  et al. MEIOB exhibits single-stranded DNA-binding and exonuclease activities and is essential for meiotic recombination. Nat Commun 4:2788 (2013). PubMed: 24240703
  • Fukuda T  et al. Phosphorylation of chromosome core components may serve as axis marks for the status of chromosomal events during mammalian meiosis. PLoS Genet 8:e1002485 (2012). WB ; Mouse . PubMed: 22346761
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  • Ryu KY  et al. The mouse polyubiquitin gene Ubb is essential for meiotic progression. Mol Cell Biol 28:1136-46 (2008). ICC/IF ; Mouse . PubMed: 18070917
  • Mahadevaiah SK  et al. Extensive meiotic asynapsis in mice antagonises meiotic silencing of unsynapsed chromatin and consequently disrupts meiotic sex chromosome inactivation. J Cell Biol 182:263-76 (2008). ICC/IF ; Mouse . PubMed: 18663141
  • Ollinger R  et al. Deletion of the pluripotency-associated Tex19.1 gene causes activation of endogenous retroviruses and defective spermatogenesis in mice. PLoS Genet 4:e1000199 (2008). ICC/IF ; Mouse . PubMed: 18802469
  • Ward JO  et al. Mutation in mouse hei10, an e3 ubiquitin ligase, disrupts meiotic crossing over. PLoS Genet 3:e139 (2007). ICC/IF ; Mouse . PubMed: 17784788
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