SRY


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sex-determining region Y

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SRY

The gene that determines that gonads will form as testes rather than as ovaries.
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In 90% of patients of the first category, SRY gene exists on the short arm of X chromosome and it is the vital gene responsible for testicle development normally found on Y chromosome.
True hermaphroditism in an XY individual due to a familial point mutation of the SRY gene.
Rapid sequence evolution of the mammalian sex-determining gene SRY. Nature 364:713-715.
However, comparing the electrophoretic analysis of the first and second-step PCR, it was evident that the results were false-negative for the presence of SRY gene in samples from groups 2 and 3 in the first-step reaction.
Two recombinant plasmids containing the amplified section of the PLP gene (p-PLP) and SRY sequence (p-SRY) were constructed and used as reference templates for quantification of the sex-related DNA sequences.
The differentiation of the sex gonads depends on the presence, of lack of, a Y chromosome, and a functioning SRY gene.
The majority of cases are due to presence of SRY gene on the X chromosome resulting from abnormal gametogenesis with translocation of SRY gene to X chromosome during meiosis4.
sry .h y A third of divorcees who blamed incompatibility for their split said it was down to their partner's family.
Anahtar kelimeler: 46, XX erkek sendromu, testikuler bozukluk, SRY geni, primer hipogonadizm, infertilite
Sry Thamarong, minister attached to Prime Minister Hun Sen, said about 50 Chinese officials, including State Councillor Dai Bingguo and Vice Foreign Minister Wu Ying, escorted the coffin on the special plane along with the Cambodian premier, Queen Monineath and King Sihamoni.
To explain virgin birth, Professor Sam Berry states that Mary must have suffered from some chromosome abnormalities or must have had ovotestes', which, for the uninitiated, are what a woman would have if she inherited from her father an X chromosome carrying SRY material, which is usually found on the Y chromosome.