oocyte expression

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oocyte expression

Transcriptomic profiling of human oocytes: association of meiotic aneuploidy and altered oocyte gene expression

Gene expression in human cumulus cells: one approach to oocyte competence

The human cumulus–oocyte complex gene-expression profile

Age-associated alteration of gene expression patterns in mouse oocytes

Retrotransposon RNA expression and evidence for retrotransposition events in human oocytes

DAZL expression in human oocytes, preimplantation embryos and embryonic stem cells

X inactivation-specific transcript expression in mouse oocytes and zygotes

Slow freezing and vitrification differentially modify the gene expression profile of human metaphase II oocytes

Alteration of gene expression in human cumulus cells as a potential indicator of oocyte aneuploidy

Identification of a K+ Channel from Potato Leaves by Functional Expression in Xenopus Oocytes

Involvement of the prostate and testis expression (PATE)-like proteins in sperm–oocyte interaction

The presence and expression of the hepatitis B virus in human oocytes and embryos

Expression profiling of DNA repair genes in human oocytes and blastocysts using microarrays

Gene expression profiles of single human mature oocytes in relation to age

Expression of glucose transporter and glucose uptake in human oocytes and preimplantation embryos

Gene expression profiling of human oocytes following in vivo or in vitro maturation

Storage time does not modify the gene expression profile of cryopreserved human metaphase II oocytes

Gene expression is altered after bisphenol A exposure in human fetal oocytes in vitro


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A method used to produce functional protein from mRNA or an expression vector by introducing it into an amphibian oocyte (typically Xenopus) which then translates the message. In conjunction with patch clamping, has been used to characterize various ion channels.

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