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TfM mutation and masculinization versus feminization of the mouse central nervous system.
Abstract The sexual behavior of mice of various genotypes has been studied in our stock in which X-linked genes, Tfm and (O hv ), as well as an autosomal dominant gene, Sxr , are maintained. SinceExpand
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Noninducible phenotype exhibited by a proportion of female mice heterozygous for the X-linked testicular feminization mutation.
This article describes the varying degrees of inducibility of two marker enzymes and kidney hypertrophy of Tfm/+ heterozygous female mice.
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Cytosol androgen receptor from kidney of normal and testicular feminized (Tfm) mice.
Abstract Steroid binding has been studied in cytoplasmic extracts of normal mouse kidney, an androgen sensitive organ, and of kidney from mice affected with testicular feminization ( Tfm mutant) thatExpand
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Modification of expression of the testicular feminization (Tfm) gene of the mouse by a "controlling element" gene.
THE X-linked Testicular feminization (Tfm) mutation of the mouse1 gives a totally noninducible phenotype to all the divergent target organs of testosterone in affected Tfm/Y ♀2–7. When all theExpand
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Analysis of a unique molecule responsible for regeneration and stabilization of differentiated state of tissue cells.
In Wolffian regeneration in the newt, a functional lens can be regenerated through cellular transdifferentiation of the pigmented epithelium of the mid-dorsal marginal iris. A novel monoclonalExpand
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Histological Study on the Innervation of the Snout and the Nasal Cavity with their Surroundings in Cat
In the cat snout, the epithelium is very tall, and the papilla formation of the propria is well developed, so that the nerves are also in very good development therein and the submucosal and theExpand
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Animal model of human disease. Testicular feminization.
  • S. Ono
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The American journal of pathology
  • 1 September 1974
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