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XB-ART-60467
Mol Reprod Dev 2023 Dec 21; doi: 10.1002/mrd.23718.
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Germ plasm dynamics during oogenesis and early embryonic development in Xenopus and zebrafish.

Divyanshi , Yang J .


Abstract
Specification of the germline and its segregation from the soma mark one of the most crucial events in the lifetime of an organism. In different organisms, this specification can occur through either inheritance or inductive mechanisms. In species such as Xenopus and zebrafish, the specification of primordial germ cells relies on the inheritance of maternal germline determinants that are synthesized and sequestered in the germ plasm during oogenesis. In this review, we discuss the formation of the germ plasm, how germline determinants are recruited into the germ plasm during oogenesis, and the dynamics of the germ plasm during oogenesis and early embryonic development.

PubMed ID: 38126950
Article link: Mol Reprod Dev
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Species referenced: Xenopus
Genes referenced: dazl ddx25 ddx4 dnd1 gdf1 grip2 kif13b nanos1 pgat plin2 rbpms2 sox7 tdrd6 vegt velo1 wnt11
GO keywords: embryo development [+]


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