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|標題:||Gender determination in single bovine blastomeres by polymerase chain reaction amplification of sex-specific polymorphic fragments in the amelogenin gene||作者:||陳全木
|關鍵字:||gender determination;bovine blastomere;amelogenin gene;single-cell;PCR;region encodes;y-chromosome;dna-sequence;embryos;identification;heterogeneity;goats;zfy||Project:||Molecular Reproduction and Development||期刊/報告no：:||Molecular Reproduction and Development, Volume 54, Issue 3, Page(s) 209-214.||摘要:||
A sensitive technique for the sexing of bovine embryos was developed using polymerase chain reaction (PCR) amplification of the bovine amelogenin (bAML) gene on the X- and Y-chromosomes of Holstein dairy cattle. Cloning and DNA sequencing showed a 45.1% homology between the fifth intron of the bAML-X and bAML-Y gene with multiple deletions. A pair of sex-specific primers was designed to allow amplification of a single fragment of 467-bp from the X-chromosome of female cattle and two fragments of 467-bp and 341-bp from the X- and Y-chromosomes of male cattle. The primers were successfully applied to bovine sexing from single blastomeres isolated from day-6 to day-7 cow embryos by direct cell lysis and PCR. Our protocol of embryo sexing should be applicable to the diagnosis of defective genes in vitro in human embryos and in other domestic or recreational animals. (C) 1999 Wiley-Liss, Inc.
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