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TitleGenetic Markers of Sex Differentiation [electronic resource] / edited by Florence P. Haseltine, Michael E. McClure, Ellen H. Goldberg
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US : Imprint: Springer, 1987
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4899-1965-6
Descript VIII, 176 p. online resource

CONTENT

- National Institute of Child Health and Development -- Evolutionary Insights from Reptilian Sexual Differentiation -- Sexual Differentiation in Marsupials -- Antiquity of the Genetic Mechanism of Sex Determination and the Immortality of the Primary Sex Determining Gene -- Searches for Human H-Y by Conventional Means, and How it all Began -- Serological Analysis of H-Y Antigen -- Immunogenetic Analysis of the H-Y Antigen -- Sex Determination and H-Y Antigen in Mice -- Genes on the Human Y Chromosome -- The Detection of Y DNA in Intersex Subjects with Mosaicism for a Y Cell Line -- Evidence that the X-Y Pairing/Recombination Region May be Involved in tda-1 Inherited Sex Reversal -- Centromeric Alphoid DNA on the Y Chromosome -- Do BKM Sequences Play a Role in Human Sex Determination? -- Localization of a Gene for the Male Enhanced Antigen on Human and Mouse Chromosomes -- Abbreviations -- Contributors


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