M. Clement-Jones

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The transcription factors SF-1 and WT1 play pivotal roles in mammalian gonadal development and sexual differentiation. In human embryos, both SF-1 and WT1 are expressed when the indifferent gonadal ridge first forms at 32 days post-ovulation. As the sex cords develop - providing morphological evidence of testis differentiation - SF-1 localises predominantly(More)
SRY, SOX9, and DAX1 are key genes in human sex determination, by virtue of their associated male-to-female sex reversal phenotypes when mutated (SRY, SOX9) or over-expressed (DAX1). During human sex determination, SRY is expressed in 46,XY gonads coincident with sex cord formation, but also persists as nuclear protein within Sertoli cells at 18 weeks(More)
Expression of the calcium binding protein parvalbumin (PV) by different classes of spinal neuron has been shown to be developmentally regulated in both rat and monkey. From postmortem studies of eight human cervical spinal cords ranging in age from 11 to 35 weeks postconceptional age, we report that parvalbumin immunoreactivity is similarly plastic in human(More)
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