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Alyssa N. Kruger, Michele A. Brogley, Jamie L. Huizinga, Jeffrey M. Kidd, Dirk G. de Rooij, Yueh-Chiang Hu, Jacob L. Mueller. A Neofunctionalized X-Linked Ampliconic Gene Family Is Essential for Male Fertility and Equal Sex Ratio in Mice. Current Biology, 2019; DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2019.08.057
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  A Neofunctionalized X-Linked Ampliconic Gene Family Is Essential for Male Fertility and Equal Sex Ratio in Mice
  Males carrying Slxl1 deletions sire more male offspring, whereas males carrying Slx and Slxl1 duplications sire more female offspring, which directly correlates with Slxl1 gene dosage and gene expression levels. SLX and SLXL1 proteins interact with spindlin protein family members (SPIN1 and SSTY1/2) and males carrying Slxl1 deletions downregulate a sex chromatin modifier, Scml2, leading us to speculate that Slx and Slxl1 function in chromatin reg
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