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    Gene Expression at the Beginning of Animal Development
    (Advances in Developmental Biology and Biochemistry)
    M.L. DePampilis





    Hardcover:
    296 pp

    Publisher: Science; 1 edition (October 14, 2002)
    Language: English
    ISBN-10: 0444510486
    ISBN-13: 978-0444510488
    Size: 40 Mb, PDF file



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    The beginning of life may be a miracle to some, and a mystery to others, but it is certainly one of the most exciting and perhaps controversial fields of scientific investigation in the 21st century. Among the metazoa, life begins when an egg is fertilized by a sperm. The sperm provides a genetic blueprint from the father and perhaps some critical proteins. The egg provides a genetic blueprint from the mother together with a large reservoir of mRNAs and proteins that are required for DNA replication, cell division and the onset of zygotic gene expression. All of the thousands of genes in these two mature gametes are transcriptionally silent and remain so until fertilization.This work focuses on three biological systems, providing the reader with a clear understanding of the current state of affairs, and the ability to identify common principles as well as critical differences that are responsible for beginning the process of animal

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    1. Gene expression during mouse spermatogenesis (K. Steger).
    2. Mouse egg zona pellucida, vitelline envelope, and related extracellular glycoproteins (L. Jovine, E.S. Litscher, P.M. Wassarman).
    3. Activation of zygotic gene expression in the mouse (M.L. DePamphilis, K.J. Kaneko, A. Vassilev).
    4. Early embryonic gene transcription in xenopus (G.J.C. Veenstra). 5. Regulation of the cell cycle during oogenesis and early embryogenesis in drosophila (G. Bosco, T.L. Orr-Weaver).
    6. Transcriptional control of anterior-posterior patterning in the 7. drosophila embryo (A. Nasiadka, B.H. Dietrich, H.M. Krause).
    8. Embryonic stem cell development (C. Stewart). 9. Genomic imprinting (K.L. Arney, S. Erhardt, M.A. Surani).



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