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Sex Chromosome-Specific Regulation in the Drosophila Male Germline But Little Evidence for Chromosomal Dosage Compensation or Meiotic Inactivation

By Colin D. Meiklejohn, Emily L. Landeen, Jodi M. Cook, Sarah B. Kingan and Daven C. Presgraves

Abstract

Suppression of X-linked transgene reporters versus normal expression of endogenous X-linked genes suggest a novel form of X chromosome-specific regulation in Drosophila testes, instead of sex chromosome dosage compensation or meiotic inactivation

Topics: Research Article
Publisher: Public Library of Science
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