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2014

Excess cholesterol induces mouse egg activation and may cause female infertility
Yesilaltay A, Dokshin GA, Bussoc D, Wang L, Galiani D, Chavarria T, Vasile E, Quilaqueo L, Orellana JA, Walzer D, Shalgi R, Dekel N, Albertini DF, Rigotti A, Page DC, and Krieger M
PNAS epub Nov 3, (2014)
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Sequencing the mouse Y chromosome reveals convergent gene acquisition and amplification on both sex chromosomes
Soh YQS, Alföldi J, Pyntikova T, Brown LG, Graves T, Minx PJ, Fulton RS, Kremitzki C, Koutseva N, Mueller JL, Rozen S, Hughes JF, Owens E, Womack JE, Murphy WJ, Cao Q, de Jong P, Warren WC, Wilson RK, Skaletsky H, Page DC
Cell 159, 800 (2014)
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The E2 ubiquitin conjugating enzyme UBE2J1 is required for spermiogenesis in mice
Koenig PA, Nicholls PK, Schmidt FI, Hagiwara M, Maruyama T, Frydman GH, Watson N, Page DC, Ploegh HL
J Biol Chem epub Oct 15, (2014)
 

Poised chromatin in the mammalian germ line
Lesch BJ, Page DC
Development 141, 3619 (2014)
 

Retinoic acid activates two pathways required for meiosis in mice
Koubova J, Hu YC, Bhattacharyya T, Soh YQS, Gill ME, Goodheart ML, Hogarth CA, Griswold MD, Page DC
PLOS Genetics 10, e004541 (2014)
 

The common marmoset genome provides insight into primate biology and evolution
The Marmoset Genome Sequencing and Analysis Consortium
Nature Genetics 46, 850 (2014)
 

A chromatin-dependent role of the fragile X mental retardation protein FMRP in the DNA damage response
Alpatov R, Lesch BJ, Nakamoto-Kinoshita M, Blanco A, Chen S, Stutzer A, Armache KJ, Simon MD, Xu C, Ali M, Murn J, Prisic S, Kutateladze TG, Vakoc CR, Min J, Kingston RE, Rischle W, Warren ST, Page DC, Shi Y
Cell 157, 869 (2014)
 

Mammalian Y chromosomes retain widely expressed, dosage-sensitive regulators
Bellott DW, Hughes JF, Skaletsky H, Brown LG, Pyntikova T, Cho TJ, Koutseva N, Zaghlul S, Graves T, Rock S, Kremitzki C, Fulton RS, Dugan S, Ding Y, Morton D, Khan Z, Lewis L, Buhay C, Wang Q, Watt J, Holder M, Lee S, Nazareth L, Alfoldi J, Rozen S, Muzny DM, Warren WC, Gibbs RA, Wilson RK, Page DC
Nature 508, 494 (2014)
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2013

No bull: Upholding community standards in public sharing of biological datasets
Hughes JF, Skaletsky H, Bellott DW, Chowdhary BP, Warren WC, Worley KC, Wilson RK, Gibbs RA, Page DC
PNAS 110, E4277 (2013)
 

A set of genes critical to development is epigenetically poised in mouse germ cells from fetal stages through completion of meiosis
Lesch BL, Dokshin GA, Young RA, McCarrey JR, Page DC
PNAS 110, 16061 (2013)
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Independent specialization of the human and mouse X chromosomes for the male germ line
Mueller JL, Skaletsky H, Brown LG, Zaghlul S, Rock S, Graves T, Auger K, Warren WC, Wilson RK, Page DC
Nature Genetics 45, 1083 (2013)
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Tumor suppressor gene Rb is required for self-renewal of spermatogonial stem cells in mice
Hu Y-C, de Rooij DG, Page DC
PNAS 110, 12685 (2013)
 

Gata4 is required for formation of the genital ridge in mice
Hu Y-C, Okumura LM, Page DC
PLOS Genetics 9, e1003629 (2013)
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Oocyte differentiation is genetically dissociable from meiosis in mice
Dokshin GA, Baltus AE, Eppig JJ, Page DC
Nature Genetics 45, 877 (2013)
 

The ligand binding domain of GCNF is not required for repression of pluripotency genes in mouse fetal ovarian germ cells
Okumura LM, Lesch BJ, Page DC
PLOS ONE 8, e66062 (2013)
 

TALEN-mediated editing of the mouse Y chromosome
Wang H, Hu Y-C, Markoulaki S, Welstead GG, Cheng AW, Shivalila CS, Pyntikova T, Dadon DB, Voytas DF, Bogdanove AJ, Page DC, Jaenisch R
Nature Biotechnology 31, 530 (2013)
 

Intrachromosomal homologous recombination between inverted repeat amplicons on opposing Y-chromosome arms.
Lange J, Noordam MJ, van Daalen SK, Skaletsky H, Clark BA, Macville MV, Page DC, Repping S
Genomics 102, 257 (2013)
 

2012

AZFc deletions and spermatogenic failure: A population-based survey of 20,000 Y chromosomes.
Rozen S, Marszalek JD, Irenze K, Skaletsky H, Brown LG, Oates RD, Silber SJ, Ardlie K, Page DC
Am J Hum Genet 91, 890 (2012)
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Sequencing of rhesus macaque Y chromosome clarifies origins and evolution of the DAZ (Deleted in AZoospermia) genes.
Hughes JF, Skaletsky H, Page DC
Bioessays 34, 1035 (2012)
 

Genetics of germ cell development.
Lesch B, Page DC
Nat Rev Genet 13, 781 (2012)
 

Direct reprogramming of fibroblasts into embryonic Sertoli-like cells by defined factors.
Buganim Y, Itskovich E, Hu Y-C, Cheng AW, Ganz K, Sarkar S, Fu D, Welstead G, Page DC, Jaenisch R
Cell Stem Cell 11, 373 (2012)
 

Identification of avian W-linked contigs by short-read sequencing
Chen N, Bellott DW, Page DC, Clark AG
BMC Genomics 13, 183 (2012)
 

Genomics and genetics of human and primate Y chromosomes
Hughes JF, Rozen S
Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics 13, 83 (2012)
 

Germ cell pluripotency, premature differentiation and susceptibility to testicular teratomas in mice
Heaney JD, Anderson EL, Michelson MV, Zechel JL, Conrad PA, Page DC, Nadeau JH
Development 139, 1577 (2012)
 

Strict evolutionary conservation followed rapid gene loss on human and rhesus Y chromosomes
Hughes JF, Skaletsky H, Brown LG, Pyntikova T, Graves TA, Fulton RS, Dugan S, Ding Y, Buhay CJ, Kremitzki C, Wang Q, Shen H, Holder M, Villasana D, Nazareth LV, Cree A, Courtney L, Veizer J, Kotkiewicz H, Cho T, Koutseva N, Rozen S, Muzny DM, Warren WC, Gibbs RA, Wilson RK, Page DC
Nature 483, 82 (2012)
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What we don't know about sexual reproduction
Page DC
Bulletin of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, Winter, (2012)
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2011

Mir-290-295 deficiency in mice results in partially penetrant embryonic lethality and germ cells defects
Medeiros LA, Dennis LM, Gill ME, Houbaviy H, Markoulaki S, Fu D, White AC, Kirak O, Sharp PA, Page DC, Jaenisch R
PNAS 108, 14163 (2011)
 

Tet1 is dispensable for maintaining pluripotency and its loss is compatible with embryonic and postnatal development
Dawlaty MM, Ganz K, Powell BE, Hu YC, Markoulaki S, Cheng AW, Gao Q, Kim J, Choi SW, Page DC, Jaenisch R
Cell Stem Cell 9(2), 166 (2011)
 

Licensing of gametogenesis, dependent on RNA binding protein DAZL, as a gateway to sexual differentiation of fetal germ cells
Gill ME, Hu Y, Lin Y, Page DC
PNAS 108, 7443 (2011)
 

Let's remember the chromosomes
Page DC
Cell 147, 9 (2011)
 

2010

Convergent evolution of chicken Z and human X chromosomes by expansion and gene acquisition
Bellott DW, Skaletsky H, Pyntikova T, Mardis ER, Graves T, Kremitzki C, Brown LG, Rozen S, Warren WC, Wilson RK, Page DC
Nature 466, 612 (2010)
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Chimpanzee and human Y chromosomes are remarkably divergent in structure and gene content
Hughes JF, Skaletsky H, Pyntikova T, Graves TA, van Daalen SK, Minx PJ, Fulton RS, McGrath SD, Locke DP, Friedman C, Trask BJ, Mardis ER, Warren WC, Repping S, Rozen S, Wilson RK, Page DC
Nature 463, 536 (2010)
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2009

Loss of YY1 impacts the heterochromatic state and meiotic double-strand breaks during mouse spermatogenesis
Wu S, Hu Y-C, Liu H, Shi Y
Molecular and Cellular Biology 29, 6245 (2009)
 

Remarkably little variation in proteins encoded by the Y chromosome's single-copy genes, implying effective purifying selection
Rozen S, Marszalek JD, Alagappan RK, Skaletsky H, Page DC
American Journal of Human Genetics 85, 923 (2009)
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Isodicentric Y chromosomes and sex disorders as byproducts of homologous recombination that maintains palindromes
Lange J, Skaletsky H, van Daalen SK, Embry SL, Korver CM, Brown LG, Oates RD, Silber S, Repping S, Page DC
Cell 138, 855 (2009)
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Reconstructing the evolution of vertebrate sex chromosomes
Bellott DW, Page DC
Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology 74, 345 (2009)
 

2008

Germ cell–intrinsic and –extrinsic factors govern meiotic initiation in mouse embryos
Lin Y, Gill ME, Koubova J, Page DC
Science 322, 1685 (2008)
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Stra8 and its inducer, retinoic acid, regulate meiotic initiation in both spermatogenesis and oogenesis in mice
Anderson E, Baltus AE, Roepers-Gajadien HL, Hassold TJ, de Rooij DG, van Pelt AMM, Page DC
PNAS 105, 14876 (2008)
 

The mouse X chromosome is enriched for multicopy testis genes showing postmeiotic expression
Mueller JL, Mahadevaiah SK, Park PJ, Warburton PE, Page DC, Turner JM
Nature Genetics 40, 794 (2008)
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Meiotic failure in male mice lacking an X-linked factor
Yang F, Gull K, van Heijden GW, Eckardt S, Leu NA, Page DC, Benavente R, Her C, Hoog C, McLaughlin KJ, Wang PJ
Genes & Development 22, 682 (2008)
 

MSY Breakpoint Mapper, a database of sequence-tagged sites useful in defining naturally occurring deletions in the human Y chromosome
Lange J, Skaletsky H, Bell GW, Page DC
Nucleic Acids Research 36, D809 (2008)
 

2007

Abnormal sperm in mice lacking the Taf7l gene
Cheng Y, Buffone MG, Kouadio M, Goodheart M, Page DC, Gerton GL, Davidson I, Wang PJ
Molecular & Cell Biology 27, 2582 (2007)
 

The mysteries of sexual identity: the germ cell's perspective
Kimble J and Page DC
Science 316, 400, (2007)
 

2006

In germ cells of mouse embryonic ovaries, the decision to enter meiosis precedes premeiotic DNA replication
Baltus AE, Menke DB, Hu Y, Goodheart ML, Carpenter AE, de Rooij DG, Page DC
Nature Genetics 38, 1430 (2006)
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High mutation rates have driven widespread architectural polymorphism among human Y chromosomes
Repping S, van Daalen SKM, Brown LG, Korver CM, Lange J, Marszalek JD, Pyntikova T, van der Veen F, Skaletsky H, Page DC, Rozen S
Nature Genetics 38, 463 (2006)
 

Retinoic acid regulates sex-specific timing of meiotic initiation in mice
Koubova J, Menke DB, Zhou Q, Capel B, Griswold MD, Page DC
PNAS 103, 2474 (2006)
 

Has the chimpanzee Y chromosome been sequenced?
Hughes JF, Skaletsky H, Rozen S, Wilson RK, Page DC
Nature Genetics 38, 853 (2006)
 

2005

Dazl deficiency leads to embryonic arrest of germ cell development in XY C57BL/6 mice
Lin Y, Page DC
Developmental Biology 288, 309 (2005)
 

Conservation of Y-linked genes during human evolution revealed by comparative sequencing in chimpanzee
Hughes JF, Skaletsky H, Pyntikova T, Minx PJ, Graves T, Rozen S, Wilson RK, Page DC
Nature 437, 100 (2005)
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Differential expression of sex-linked and autosomal germ-cell-specific genes during spermatogenesis in the mouse
Wang PJ, Page DC, McCarrey JR
Human Molecular Genetics 14, 2911 (2005)
 

RNF17, a component of the mammalian germ cell nuage, is essential for spermiogenesis
Pan J, Goodheart M, Chuma S, Nakatsuji N, Page DC, Wang PJ
Development 132, 4029 (2005)
 

2004

Are sequence family variants useful for identifying deletions in the human Y chromosome?
Repping S, Korver CM, Oates RD, Silber S, van der Veen F, Page DC, Rozen S
American Journal of Human Genetics 75, 514 (2004)
 

An X-to-autosome retrogene is required for spermatogenesis in mice
Bradley J, Baltus A, Skaletsky H, Royce-Tolland M, Dewar K, Page DC
Nature Genetics 36, 872 (2004)
 

A family of human Y chromosomes has dispersed throughout northern Eurasia despite a 1.8-Mb deletion in the Azoospermia Factor c region
Repping S, van Daalen KM, Korver CM, Brown LG, Marszalek JD, Gianotten J, Oates RD, Silber S, van der Veen F, Page DC, Rozen S
Genomics 83, 1046 (2004)
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Follistatin operates downstream of Wnt4 in mammalian ovary organogenesis
Yao HH, Matzuk MM, Jorgez CJ, Menke DB, Page DC, Swain A, Capel B
Developmental Dynamics 230, 210 (2004)
 

Wt1 functions in the development of germ cells in addition to somatic cell lineages of the testis
Natoli TA, Alberta JA, Bortvin A, Taglienti ME, Menke DB, Loring J, Jaenisch R, Page DC, Housman DE, Kreidberg JA
Developmental Biology 268, 429 (2004)
 

Dppa3 / Pgc7 / stella is a maternal factor and is not required for germ cell specification in mice
Bortvin A, Goodheart M, Liao M, Page DC
BMC Developmental Biology 4 2, (2004)
 

On low expectations exceeded; or, the genomic salvation of the Y chromosome
Page DC
American Journal of Human Genetics 74, 399 (2004)
 

2003

Sexual differentiation of germ cells in XX mouse gonads occurs in an anterior-to-posterior wave
Menke DB, Koubova J, Page DC
Developmental Biology 262, 303 (2003)
 

Polymorphism for a 1.6-Mb deletion of the human Y chromosome persists through balance between recurrent mutation and haploid selection
Repping S, Skaletsky H, Brown L, van Daalen SK, Korver CM, Pyntikova T, Kuroda-Kawaguchi T, de Vries JW, Oates RD, Silber S, van der Veen F, Page DC, Rozen S
Nature Genetics 35, 247 (2003)
 

The pituitary-testicular axis in Klinefelter's syndrome and in oligo-azoospermic patients with and without deletions of the Y chromosome long arm
Tomasi PA, Oates R, Brown L, Delitala G, Page DC
Clinical Endocrinology (Oxford) 59, 214 (2003)
 

Abundant gene conversion between arms of palindromes in human and ape Y chromosomes
Rozen S, Skaletsky H, Marszalek JD, Minx PJ, Cordum HS, Waterston RH, Wilson RK, Page DC
Nature 423, 873 (2003)
 

The male-specific region of the human Y chromosome is a mosaic of discrete sequence classes
Skaletsky H, Kuroda-Kawaguchi T, Minx PJ, Cordum HS, Hillier L, Brown LG, Repping S, Pyntikova T, Ali J, Bieri T, Chinwalla A, Delehaunty A, Delehaunty K, Du H, Fewell G, Fulton L, Fulton R, Graves T, Hou SF, Latrielle P, Leonard S, Mardis E, Maupin R, McPherson J, Miner T, Nash W, Nguyen C, Ozersky P, Pepin K, Rock S, Rohlfing T, Scott K, Schultz B, Strong C, Tin-Wollam A, Yang SP, Waterston RH, Wilson RK, Rozen S, Page DC
Nature 423, 825 (2003)
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Curt Stern Award Address: On low expectations exceeded; or, The genomic salvation of the Y chromosome
Page DC
American Journal of Human Genetics 74, 299 (2003)
 

Incomplete reactivation of Oct4-related genes in mouse embryos cloned from somatic nuclei
Bortvin A, Eggan K, Skaletsky H, Akutsu H, Berry DL, Yanagimachi R, Page DC, Jaenisch R
Development 130, 1673 (2003)
 

Velocardiofacial syndrome in an unexplained XX male
Phelan MC, Rogers RC, Crawford EC, Brown LG, Page DC
American Journal of Medical Genetics 116A, 77 (2003)
 

2002

Sexually dimorphic gene expression in the developing mouse gonad
Menke DB, Page DC
Gene Expression Patterns 2, 359 (2002)
 

Clinical characterization of 42 oligospermic or azoospermic men with microdeletion of the AZFc region of the Y chromosome, and of 18 children conceived via ICSI
Oates RD, Silber S, Brown LG, Page DC
Human Reproduction 17, 2813 (2002)
 

Recombination between palindromes P5 and P1 on the human Y chromosome causes massive deletions and spermatogenic failure
Repping S, Skaletsky H, Lange J, Silber S, van der Veen F, Oates RD, Page DC, Rozen S
American Journal of Human Genetics 71, 906 (2002)
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Functional substitution for TAF(II)250 by a retroposed homolog that is expressed in human spermatogenesis
Wang PJ, Page DC
Human Molecular Genetics 11, 2341 (2002)
 

Previously uncharacterized histone acetyltransferases implicated in mammalian spermatogenesis
Lahn BT, Tang ZL, Zhou J, Barndt RJ, Parvinen M, Allis CD, Page DC
PNAS 99, 8707 (2002)
 

2001

Mosaicism for 45,X cell line may accentuate the severity of spermatogenic defects in men with AZFc deletion
Jaruzelska J, Korcz A, Wojda A, Jedrzejczak P, Bierla J, Surmacz T, Pawelczyk L, Page DC, Kotecki M
Journal of Medical Genetics 38, 798 (2001)
 

The AZFc region of the Y chromosome features massive palindromes and uniform recurrent deletions in infertile men
Kuroda-Kawaguchi T, Skaletsky H, Brown LG, Minx PJ, Cordum HS, Waterston RH, Wilson RK, Silber S, Oates R, Rozen S, Page DC
Nature Genetics 29, 279 (2001)
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Two closely related human nuclear RNA export factors utilize entirely distinct export pathways
Yang J, Bogerd, HP, Wang PJ, Page DC, Cullen BR
Molecular Cell 8, 397 (2001)
 

An abundance of X-linked genes expressed in spermatogonia
Wang PJ, McCarrey JR, Yang F, Page DC
Nature Genetics 27, 422 (2001)
 

A physical map of the human Y chromosome
Tilford CA, Kuroda-Kawaguchi T, Skaletsky H, Rozen S, Brown LG, Rosenberg M, McPherson JD, Wylie K, Sekhon M, Kucaba TA, Waterston RH, Page DC
Nature 409, 943 (2001)
 

2000

Primer3 on the WWW for general users and for biologist programmers.
Rozen S, Skaletsky H
Methods Mol Biol. 132, 365 (2000)
 

DAZ family proteins exist throughout male germ cell development and transit from nucleus to cytoplasm at meiosis in humans and mice
Reijo RA, Dorfman DM, Slee R, Renshaw AA, Loughlin KR, Cooke H, Page DC
Biology of Reproduction 63, 1490 (2000)
 

Deletion of azoospermia factor a (AZFa) region of human Y chromosome caused by recombination between HERV15 proviruses
Sun C, Skaletsky H, Rozen S, Gromoll J, Nieschlag E, Oates R, Page DC
Human Molecular Genetics 9, 2291 (2000)
 

Optical mapping of BAC clones from the human Y chromosome DAZ locus
Giacalone J, Delobette S, Gibaja V, Ni L, Skiadas Y, Qi R, Edington J, Lai Z, Gebauer D, Zhao H, Anantharaman T, Mishra B, Brown LG, Saxena R, Page DC, Schwartz DC
Genome Research 10, 1421 (2000)
 

Unexpectedly similar rates of nucleotide substitution found in male and female hominids
Bohossian HB, Skaletsky H, Page DC
Nature 406, 622 (2000)
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Four DAZ genes in two clusters found in the AZFc region of the human Y chromosome
Saxena R, de Vries JW, Repping S, Alagappan RK, Skaletsky H, Brown LG, Ma P, Chen E, Hoovers JM, Page DC
Genomics 67, 256 (2000)
 

The human UTY gene encodes a novel HLA-B8-restricted H-Y antigen
Warren EH, Gavin MA, Simpson E, Chandler P, Page DC, Disteche C, Stankey KA, Greenberg PD, Riddell SR
The Journal of Immunology 164, 2807 (2000)
 

Dazl protein expression in adult rat testis is up-regulated at meiosis and not hormonally regulated
Rocchietti-March M, Weinbauer GF, Page DC, Nieschlag E, Gromoll J
International Journal of Andrology 23, 51 (2000)
 

A human sex-chromosomal gene family expressed in male germ cells and encoding variably charged proteins
Lahn BT, Page DC
Human Molecular Genetics 9, 311 (2000)
 

Detailed mapping, mutation analysis, and intragenic polymorphism identification in candidate Noonan syndrome genes MYL2, DCN, EPS8, and RPL6
Ion A, Crosby AH, Kremer H, Kenmochi N, van Reen M, Fenske C, van der Burgt I, Brunncer HG, Montgomery K, Kucherlapati RS, Patton MA, Page C, Mariman E, Jeffrey S
Journal of Medical Genetics 37, 884 (2000)
 

1999

An azoospermic man with a de novo point mutation in the Y-chromosomal gene USP9Y
Sun C, Skaletsky H, Birren B, Devon K, Tang Z, Silber S, Oates R, Page DC
Nature Genetics 23, 429 (1999)
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Four evolutionary strata on the human X chromosome
Lahn BT, Page DC
Science 286, 964 (1999)
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The Old World monkey DAZ (Deleted in AZoospermia) gene yields insights into the evolution of the DAZ gene cluster on the human Y chromosome
Gromoll J, Weinbauer GF, Skaletsky H, Schlatt S, Rocchietti-March M, Page DC, Nieschlag E
Human Molecular Genetics 8, 2017 (1999)
 

Men with infertility caused by AZFc deletion can produce sons by intracytoplasmic sperm injection, but are likely to transmit the deletion and infertility
Page DC, Silber S, Brown LG
Human Reproduction 14, 1722 (1999)
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A region of human chromosome 9p required for testis development contains two genes related to known sexual regulators
Raymond CS, Parker ED, Kettlewell JR, Brown LG, Page DC, Kusz K, Jaruzelska J, Reinberg Y, Flejter WL, Bardwell VJ, Hirsch B, Zarkower D
Human Molecular Genetics 8, 989 (1999)
 

Retroposition of autosomal mRNA yielded testis-specific gene family on human Y chromosome
Lahn BT, Page DC
Nature Genetics 21, 429 (1999)
 

1998

Y chromosome deletions in azoospermic and severely oligozoospermic men undergoing intracytoplasmic sperm injection after testicular sperm extraction
Silber SJ, Alagappan R, Brown LG, Page DC
Human Reproduction 13, 3332 (1998)
 

A proposed path by which genes common to mammalian X and Y chromosomes evolve to become X inactivated
Jegalian K, Page DC
Nature 394, 776 (1998)
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The Dazh gene is expressed in male and female embryonic gonads before germ cell sex differentiation
Seligman J, Page DC
Biochemical & Biophysical Research Communications 245, 878 (1998)
 

A map of 75 human ribosomal protein genes
Kenmochi N, Kawaguchi T, Rozen S, Davis E, Goodman N, Hudson TJ, Tanaka T, Page DC
Genome Research 8, 509 (1998)
 

Reconstructing hominid Y evolution: X-homologous block, created by X-Y transposition, was disrupted by Yp inversion through LINE-LINE recombination
Schwartz A, Chan DC, Brown LG, Alagappan R, Pettay D, Disteche C, McGillivray B, de la Chapelle A, Page DC
Human Molecular Genetics 7, 1 (1998)
 

We're off to see the genome
Reilly PR, Page DC
Nature Genetics 20, 15 (1998)
 

1997

Functional coherence of the human Y chromosome
Lahn BT, Page DC
Science 278, 675 (1997)
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Abnormal XY interchange between a novel isolated protein kinase gene, PRKY, and its homologue, PRKX, accounts for one third of all (Y+)XX males and   (Y-)XY females
Schiebel K, Winkelmann M, Mertz A, Xu X, Page DC, Weil D, Petit C, Rappold GA
Human Molecular Genetics 6, 1985 (1997)
 

Zfx mutation results in small animal size and reduced germ cell number in male and female mice
Luoh SW, Bain PA, Polakiewicz RD, Goodheart ML, Gardner H, Jaenisch R, Page DC
Development 124, 2275 (1997)
 

Intron/exon structure confirms that mouse Zfy1 and Zfy2 are members of the ZFY gene family
Mahaffey CL, Bayleran JK, Yeh GY, Lee TC, Page DC, Simpson EM
Genomics 41, 123 (1997)
 

Expression of DAZ, an azoospermia factor candidate, in human spermatogonia
Menke DB, Mutter GL, Page DC
American Journal of Human Genetics 60, 237 (1997)
 

Azoospermic men with deletion of the DAZ gene cluster are capable of completing spermatogenesis: fertilization, normal embryonic development and pregnancy occur when retrieved testicular spermatozoa are used for intracytoplasmic sperm injection
Mulhall JP, Reijo R, Alagappan R, Brown L, Page D, Carson R, Oates RD
Human Reproduction 12, 503 (1997)
 

Save the males!
Page DC
Nature Genetics 17, 3 (1997)
 

1996

The DAZ gene cluster on the human Y chromosome arose from an autosomal gene that was transposed, repeatedly amplified and pruned
Saxena R, Brown LG, Hawkins T, Alagappan RK, Skaletsky H, Reeve MP, Reijo R, Rozen S, Dinulos MB, Disteche CM, Page DC
Nature Genetics 14, 292 (1996)
 

A gene map of the human genome
Schuler GD, Boguski, MS, Stewart EA, Stein LD, Gyapay G, Rice K, White RE, Rodriguez-Tome P, Aggarwal A, Bajorek E, Bentolila S, Birren BB, Butler A, Castle AB, Chiannilkulchai N, Chu A, Clee C, Cowles S, Day, PJR, Dibling T, Drouot N, Dunham I, Duprat S, East C, Edwards C, Fan J.-B, Fang N, Fizames C, Garrett C, Green L, Hadley D, Harris M, Harrison P, Brady S, Hicks A, Holloway E, Hui L, Hussaine S, Louis-Dit-Sully C, Ma J, MacGilvery A, Mader C, Maratukulam A, Matise TC, McKusick KB, Morissette J, Mungall A, Muselet D, Nusbaum HC, Page DC, Peck A, Perkins S, Piercy M, Qin F, Quackenbush J, Ranby S, Reif T, Rozen S, Sanders C, She X, Silva J, Slonim DK, Soderlund C, Sun W-L, Tabar P, Thangarajah T, Vega-Czarny N, Vollrath D, Voyticky S, Wilmer T, Wu X, Adams MD, Auffray C, Berry R, Brandon R, Dehejia A, Goodfellow PN, Houlgatte R, Hudson Jr. JR, Ide SE, Iorio KR, Lee WY Seki N, Nagase T, Ishikawa K, Nomura N, Phillips C, Polymeropoulos MH, Sandusky M, Schmitt K, Sikela JM, Swanson K, Torres R, Venter JC, Walter NAR, Beckmann JS, Weissenbach, J, Myers RM, Cox DR, James MR, Bentley D, Deloukas P, Lander ES, Hudson TJ
Science 274, 540 (1996)
 

Sex-determining genes on mouse autosomes identified by linkage analysis of C57BL/6J-YPOS sex reversal
Eicher EM, Washburn LL, Schork NJ, Lee BK, Shown EP, Xu X, Dredge RD, Pringle MJ, Page DC
Science 274, 540 (1996)
 

Mouse autosomal homolog of DAZ, a candidate male sterility gene in humans, is expressed in male germ cells before and after puberty
Reijo R, Seligman J, Dinulos MB, Jaffe T, Brown LG, Disteche CM, Page DC
Genomics 35, 346 (1996)
 

Severe oligozoospermia resulting from deletions of azoospermia factor gene on Y chromosome
Reijo R, Alagappan RK, Patrizio P, Page DC
Lancet 347, 1290 (1996)
 

1995

Mapping of ribosomal protein S3 and internally nested snoRNA U15A gene to human chromosome 11q13.3-q13.5
Polakiewicz RD, Munroe DJ, Sait SNJ, Tycowski KT, Nowak NJ, Shows TB, Howsman DE, Page DC
Genomics 25, 577 (1995)
 

Molecular mapping of the putative gonadoblastoma locus on the Y chromosome
Salo P, Kääriäinen H, Petrovic V, Peltomäki P, Page DC, de la Chapelle A
Genes Chromosomes Cancer 14, 210 (1995)
 

Integration of Transcript and Genetic Maps of Chromosome 16 at Near-1-Mb Resolution: Demonstration of a "Hot Spot
Callen DF, Lane SA, Kozman H, Kremmidiotis G, Whitmore SA, Lowenstein M, Doggett NA, Kenmochi N, Page DC, Maglott DR, Nierman WC, Murakawa K, Berry R, Sikela JM, Houlgatte R, Auffray C, Sutherland GR
Genomics 29, 503 (1995)
 

Gonadoblastoma- molecular definition of the susceptibility region on the Y chromosome
Tsuchiya K, Reijo R, Page DC, Disteche CM
American Journal of Human Genetics 57, 1400 (1995)
 

Dysgerminoma and Gonadal Dysgenesis in a 46,XX Female with No Evidence of Y Chromosomal DNA
Letterie GS, Page DC
Gynecologic Oncology 57, 423 (1995)
 

Diverse spermatogenic defects in humans caused by Y chromosome deletions encompassing a novel RNA-binding protein gene
Reijo R, Lee TY, Salo P, Alagappan R, Brown LG, Rosenberg M, Rozen S, Jaffe T, Straus D, Hovatta O, de la Chapelle A, Silber S, Page DC
Nature Genetics 10, 383 (1995)
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Deletion mapping of stature determinants on the long arm of the Y chromosome
Salo P, Kääriäinen H, Page DC, de la Chapelle A
Human Genetics 95, 283 (1995)
 

CpG Islands in Human ZFX and ZFY and Mouse Zfx Genes: Sequence Similarities and Methylation Differences
Luoh SW, Jegalian K, Lee A, Chen EY, Ridley A, Page DC
Genomics 29, 353 (1995)
 

Characterization of a YAC contig spanning the pseudoautosomal region
Ried K, Mertz A, Nagaraja R, Trusgnich M, Riley JH, Anand R, Lehrach H, Page D, Ellison JW, Rappold G
Genomics 29, 787 (1995)
 

An STS-based map of the human genome
Hudson TJ, Stein LD, Gerety SS, Ma J, Castle AB, Silva J, Slonim DK, Baptista R, Kruglyak L, Xu SH, Hu X, Colbert AM, Rosenberg C, Reeve-Daly MP, Rozen S, Hui L, Wu X, Vestergaard C, Wilson KM, Bae JS, Maitra S, Ganiatsas S, Evans CA, DeAngelis MM, Ingalls KA, Nahf RW, Horton LT Jr, Anderson MO, Collymore AJ, Ye W, Kouyoumjian V, Zemsteva IS, Tam J, Devine R, Courtney DF, Renaud MT, Nguyen H, O'Connor TJ, Fizames C, Faurâ S, Gyapay G, Dib C, Morissette J, Orlin JB, Birrne BW, Goodman N, Weissenbach J, Hawkins TL, Foote S, Page DC, Lander ES
Science 270, 1945 (1995)
 

1994

Xq-Yq interchange resulting in supernormal X-linked gene expression in severely retarded males with 46,XYq- karyotype
Lahn BT, Ma N, Breg WR, Stratton R, Surti U, Page DC
Nature Genetics 8, 243 (1994)
 

Structure and function of ribosomal protein S4 genes on the human and mouse sex chromosomes
Zinn AR, Alagappan RK, Brown LG, Wool I, Page DC
Molecular Cell Biology 14, 2485 (1994)
 

Ovary? Testis? -- A mammalian dilemma
Bogan JS, Page DC
Cell 76, 603 (1994)
 

Y chromosome sequences in Turner's syndrome and risk of gonadoblastoma or virilisation
Page DC
Lancet 343, 240 (1994)
 

The structure of the Zfx gene on the mouse X chromosome
Luoh SW, Page DC
Genomics 19, 310 (1994)
 

Multipoint linkage map of the human pseudoautosomal region, based on single-sperm typing- do double crossovers occur during male meiosis
Schmitt K, Lazzeroni LC, Foote S, Vollrath D, Fisher EM, Goradia TM, Lange K, Page DC, Arnheim N
American Journal of Human Genetics 55, 3 (1994)
 

Expression of a mouse Zfy-1-lacZ transgene in the somatic cells of the embryonic gonad and germ cells of the adult testis
Zambrowicz BP, Zimmermann JW, Harendza CJ, Simpson EM, Page DC, Brinster RL, Palmiter RD
Development 120, 1549 (1994)
 

A genetic map of the mouse with 4,006 simple sequence length polymorphisms
Dietrich WF, Miller JC, Steen RG, Merchant M, Damron D, Nahf R, Gross A, Joyce DC, Wessel M, Dredge RD, Marquis A, Stein LD, Goodman N, Page DC, Lander ES
Nature Genetics 7, 220 (1994)
 

1993

Four PCR-based polymorphisms in the pseudoautosomal region of the human X and Y chromosomes
Schmitt K, Vollrath D, Foote S, Fisher EM, Page DC, Arnheim N
Human Molecular Genetics 2, 1978 (1993)
 

Evidence that the SRY protein is encoded by a single exon on the human Y chromosome
Behlke MA, Bogan JS, Beer-Romero P, Page DC
Genomics 17, 736 (1993)
 

Functional equivalence of human X- and Y-encoded isoforms of ribosomal protein S4 consistent with a role in Turner syndrome
Watanabe M, Zinn AR, Page DC, Nishimoto T
Nature Genetics 4, 268 (1993)
 

Turner syndrome: the case of the missing sex chromosome
Zinn AR, Page DC, Fisher EM
Trends in Genetics 9, 90 (1993)
 

1992

The human Y chromosome: a 43-interval map based on naturally occurring deletions
Vollrath D, Foote S, Hilton A, Brown LG, Beer-Romero P, Bogan JS, Page DC
Science 258, 52 (1992)
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Rps4 maps near the inactivation center on the mouse X chromosome
Hamvas RM, Zinn A, Keer JT, Fisher EM, Beer-Romero P, Brown SD, Page DC
Genomics 12, 363 (1992)
 

The human Y chromosome: overlapping DNA clones spanning the euchromatic region
Foote S, Vollrath D, Hilton A, Page DC
Science 258, 60 (1992)
 

Cytogenetic and molecular characterization of marker chromosomes in patients with mosaic 45,X karyotypes
Lindgren V, Chen CP, Bryke CR, Lichter P, Page DC, Yang-Feng TL
Human Genetics 88, 393 (1992)
 

1991

Inactivation of the Zfx gene on the mouse X chromosome
Zinn AR, Bressler SL, Beer-Romero P, Adler DA, Chapman VM, Page DC, Disteche CM
Genomics 11, 1097 (1991)
 

An interstitial deletion in mouse Y chromosomal DNA created a transcribed Zfy fusion gene
Simpson EM, Page DC
Genomics 11, 601 (1991)
 

XY chromosome nondisjunction in man is associated with diminished recombination in the pseudoautosomal region
Hassold TJ, Sherman SL, Pettay D, Page DC, Jacobs PA
American Journal of Human Genetics 49, 253 (1991)
 

Inactivation of the Zfx gene on the mouse X chromosome
Adler DA, Bressler SL, Chapman VM, Page DC, Disteche CM
PNAS 88, 4592 (1991)
 

1990

Additional deletion in sex-determining region of human Y chromosome resolves paradox of X,t(Y;22) female
Page DC, Fisher EM, McGillivray B, Brown LG
Nature 346, 279 (1990)
 

Chromosomal localization of ZFX--a human gene that escapes X inactivation--and its murine homologs
Page DC, Disteche CM, Simpson EM, de la Chapelle A, Andersson M, Alitalo T, Brown LG, Green P, Akots G
Genomics 7, 37 (1990)
 

Homologous ribosomal protein genes on the human X and Y chromosomes- escape from X inactivation and possible implications for Turner syndrome
Fisher EM, Beer-Romero P, Brown LG, Ridley A, McNeil JA, Lawrence JB, Willard HF, Bieber FR, Page DC
Cell 63, 1205 (1990)
 

Human sex-chromosome-specific repeats within a region of pseudoautosomal/Yq homology
Fisher EM, Alitalo T, Luoh S-W, de la Chapelle A, Page DC
Genomics 7, 625 (1990)
 

Mouse Zfx protein is similar to Zfy-2- each contains an acidic activating domain and 13 zinc fingers
Mardon G, Luoh SW, Simpson EM, Gill G, Brown LG, Page DC
Molecular Cell Biology 10, 681, (1990)
 

Steroid sulfatase gene in XX males
Mohandas TK, Stern HJ, Meeker CA, Passage MB, Müller U, Page DC, Yen PH, Shapiro LJ
American Journal of Human Genetics 46, 369 (1990)
 

1989

An extremely polymorphic locus on the short arm of the human X chromosome with homology to the long arm of the Y chromosome
Knowlton RG, Nelson CA, Brown VA, Page DC, Donis-Keller H
Nucleic Acids Res 17, 423 (1989)
 

Duplication, deletion, and polymorphism in the sex-determining region of the mouse Y chromosome
Mardon G, Mosher R, Disteche CM, Nishioka Y, McLaren A, Page DC
Science 243, 78 (1989)
 

Haplotype and multipoint linkage analysis in Finnish choroideremia families
Sankila EM, Lehner T, Eriksson AW, Forsius H, Kärnä J, Page D, Ott J, de la Chapelle A
Human Genetics 84, 66 (1989)
 

Molecular analysis of 46,XY females and regional assignment of a new Y-chromosome-specific probe
Cantrell MA, Bicknell JN, Pagon RA, Page DC, Walker DC, Saal HM, Zinn AB, Disteche CM
Hum Genet 83, 88 (1989)
 

Putative transcription activator with alternative isoforms encoded by human ZFX gene
Schneider-Gädicke A, Beer-Romero P, Brown LG, Mardon G, Luoh SW, Page DC
Nature 342, 708 (1989)
 

The sex-determining region of the mouse Y chromosome encodes a protein with a highly acidic domain and 13 zinc fingers
Mardon G, Page DC
Cell 56, 765 (1989)
 

ZFX has a gene structure similar to ZFY, the putative human sex determinant, and escapes X inactivation
Schneider-Gädicke A, Beer-Romero P, Brown LG, Nussbaum R, Page DC
Cell 57, 1247 (1989)
 

Ullrich-Turner syndrome in an XY female fetus with deletion of the sex-determining portion of the Y chromosome
Blagowidow N, Page DC, Huff D, Mennuti MT
American Journal of Medical Genetics 34, 159 (1989)
 

Molecular evidence of Y-autosomal translocations in owl monkeys
Ma NS, Page DC, Harris TS
Journal of Heredity 80, 259 (1989)
 

1988

Characterization of a (Y;4) translocation by DNA hybridization
Andersson M, Page DC, Brown LG, Elfving K, de la Chapelle A
Human Genetics 78, 377 (1988)
 

Molecular detection of a Yp_18 translocation in a 45,X holoprosencephalic male
Münke M, Page DC, Brown LG, Armson BA, Zackai EH, Mennuti MT, Emanuel BS
Human Genetics 80, 219 (1988)
 

Regional localization of polymorphic DNA loci on the proximal long arm of the X chromosome using deletions associated with choroideremia
Schwartz M, Yang HM, Niebuhr E, Rosenberg T, Page DC
Human Genetics 78, 156 (1988)
 

Sequences homologous to ZFY, a candidate human sex-determining gene, are autosomal in marsupials
Sinclair AH, Foster JW, Spencer JA, Page DC, Palmer M, Goodfellow PN, Graves JA
Nature 336, 780 (1988)
 

The parental origin and mechanism of formation of three dicentric X chromosomes
Phelan MC, Prouty LA, Stevenson RE, Howard-Peebles PN, Page DC, Schwartz CE
Human Genetics 80, 81 (1988)
 

XX true hermaphroditism in southern African blacks- an enigma of primary sexual differentiation
Ramsay M, Bernstein R, Zwane E, Page DC, Jenkins T
American Journal of Human Genetics 43, 4 (1988)
 

Y;autosome translocations and mosaicism in the aetiology of 45,X maleness- assignment of fertility factor to distal Yq11
Andersson M, Page DC, Pettay D, Subrt I, Turleau C, de Grouchy J, de la Chapelle A
Hum Genet 79, 2 (1988)
 

Genetic mapping of the Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome with two highly-linked polymorphic DNA markers
Kwan SP, Sandkuyl LA, Blaese M, Kunkel LM, Bruns G, Parmley R, Skarshaug S, Page DC, Ott J, Rosen FS
Genomics 3, 39 (1988)
 

Is ZFY the sex-determining gene on the human Y chromosome?
Page DC
Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 322, 155 (1988)
 

1987

A 45,X male with Y-specific DNA translocated onto chromosome 15
Gal A, Weber B, Neri G, Serra A, Müller U, Schempp W, Page DC
American Journal of Human Genetics 40, 477 (1987)
 

An XXX male resulting from paternal X-Y interchange and maternal X-X nondisjunction
Annerén G, Andersson M, Page DC, Brown LG, Berg M, Läckgren G, Gustavson KH, de la Chapelle A
American Journal of Human Genetics 41, 594 (1987)
 

A sex chromosome rearrangement in a human XX male caused by Alu-Alu recombination
Rouyer F, Simmler MC, Page DC, Weissenbach J
Cell 51, 417 (1987)
 

A unique dicentric X;Y translocation with Xq and Yp breakpoints- cytogenetic and molecular studies
Bernstein R, Rosendorff J, Ramsay M, Pinto MR, Page DC
American Journal of Human Genetics 41, 145, (1987)
 

Exchange of terminal portions of X- and Y-chromosomal short arms in human XX males
Page DC, Brown LG, de la Chapelle A
Nature 328, 437 (1987)
 

Linkage of an X-chromosome cleft palate gene
Moore GE, Ivens A, Chambers J, Farrall M, Williamson R, Page DC, Bjornsson A, Arnason A, Jensson O
Nature 326, 91 (1987)
 

Separation of the genetic loci for the H-Y antigen and for testis determination on human Y chromosome
Simpson E, Chandler P, Goulmy E, Disteche CM, Ferguson-Smith MA, Page DC
Nature 326, 876 (1987)
 

The sex-determining region of the human Y chromosome encodes a finger protein
Page DC, Mosher R, Simpson EM, Fisher EM, Mardon G, Pollack J, McGillivray B, de la Chapelle A, Brown LG
Cell 51, 1091 (1987)
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Linkage, physical mapping, and DNA sequence analysis of pseudoautosomal loci on the human X and Y chromosomes
Page DC, Bieker K, Brown LG, Hinton S, Leppert M, Lalouel JM, Lathrop M, Nystrom-Lahti M, de la Chapelle A, White R
Genomics 1, 243 (1987)
 

Mapping the H-Y gene
Simpson E, Chandler P, McLaren A, Goulmy E, Disteche CM, Page DC, Ferguson-Smith MA
Development 101(Suppl), 157 (1987)
 

Hypothesis: a Y-chromosomal gene causes gonadoblastoma in dysgenetic gonads
Page DC
Development 101(Suppl), 151 (1987)
 

1986

A deletion map of the human Y chromosome based on DNA hybridization
Vergnaud G, Page DC, Simmler MC, Brown L, Rouyer F, Noel B, Botstein D, de la Chapelle A, Weissenbach J
American Journal of Human Genetics 38, 109 (1986)
 

Chromosome Y-specific DNA is transferred to the short arm of X chromosome in human XX males
Andersson M, Page DC, de la Chapelle A
Science 233, 786 (1986)
 

Molecular detection of a translocation (Y;15) in a 45,X male
Disteche CM, Brown L, Saal H, Friedman C, Thuline HC, Hoar DI, Pagon RA, Page DC
Human Genetics 74, 372 (1986)
 

Small deletions of the short arm of the Y chromosome in 46,XY females
Disteche CM, Casanova M, Saal H, Friedman C, Sybert V, Graham J, Thuline H, Page DC, Fellous M
PNAS 83, 7841 (1986)
 

The origin of 45,X males
de la Chapelle A, Page DC, Brown L, Kaski U, Parvinen T, Tippett PA
American Journal of Human Genetics 38, 330 (1986)
 

Sex reversal: deletion mapping the male-determining function of the human Y chromosome
Page DC
Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology 51, 229 (1986)
 

1985

Chromosome Y-specific DNA in related human XX males
Page DC, de la Chapelle A, Weissenbach J
Nature 315, 224 (1985)
 

1984

Genetic evidence of X-Y interchange in a human XX male
de la Chapelle A, Tippett PA, Wetterstrand G, Page D
Nature 307, 170 (1984)
 

Occurrence of a transposition from the X-chromosome long arm to the Y-chromosome short arm during human evolution
Page DC, Harper ME, Love J, Botstein D
Nature 311, 119 (1984)
 

Rabbit muscle creatine phosphokinase. cDNA cloning, primary structure and detection of human homologues
Putney S, Herlihy W, Royal N, Pang H, Aposhian HV, Pickering L, Belagaje R, Biemann K, Page D, Kuby S, et al
The Journal of Biological Chemistry 259, 14317 (1984)
 

The parental origin of X chromosomes in XX males determined using restriction fragment length polymorphisms
Page DC, de la Chapelle A
American Journal of Human Genetics 36, 565 (1984)
 

1982

Single-copy sequence hybridizes to polymorphic and homologous loci on human X and Y chromosomes
Page D, de Martinville B, Barker D, Wyman A, White R, Francke U, Botstein D
PNAS 79, 5352 (1982)
 

1980

Core histone associations in solutions of high salt. An osmotic pressure study
Stein A, Page D
The Journal of Biological Chemistry 255, 3629 (1980)
 

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