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BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION 76, 949957 (2007) Published online before print 7 February 2007.
 

Summary: BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION 76, 949957 (2007)
Published online before print 7 February 2007.
DOI 10.1095/biolreprod.106.057141
Allocation of Gamma-Tubulin Between Oocyte Cortex and Meiotic Spindle Influences
Asymmetric Cytokinesis in the Mouse Oocyte1
Susan L. Barrett3,4
and David F. Albertini2,4,5,6
Program in Cellular, Molecular and Developmental Biology,3
Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston,
Massachusetts 02111
Department of Molecular and Integrative Physiology,4
The Center for Reproductive Sciences,5
University of Kansas,
Kansas City, Kansas 66160
Marine Biological Laboratory,6
Woods Hole, Massachusetts 02543
ABSTRACT
In oocytes, asymmetric cytokinesis represents a conserved
strategy for karyokinesis during meiosis to retain ooplasmic
maternal factors needed after fertilization. Given the role of

  

Source: Albertini, David - Center for Reproductive Sciences, University of Kansas

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine