Biparental expression of ESX1L gene in placentas from normal and intrauterine growth-restricted pregnancies

@article{Grati2004BiparentalEO,
  title={Biparental expression of ESX1L gene in placentas from normal and intrauterine growth-restricted pregnancies},
  author={Francesca Romana Grati and Silvia Maria Sirchia and Barbara Gentilin and Franca Rossella and Lisetta Ramoscelli and Patrizio Antonazzo and Ugo Cavallari and Gaetano Pietro Bulfamante and Irene Cetin and Giuseppe Simoni and Monica Miozzo},
  journal={European Journal of Human Genetics},
  year={2004},
  volume={12},
  pages={272-278}
}
Equivalent levels of X-linked gene products between males and females are reached by means of X chromosome inactivation (XCI). In the human and murine embryonic tissues, both the paternally and maternally derived X chromosomes (XP and XM) may be inactivated. In murine extra-embryonic tissues, XP is imprinted and always silenced; humans, unlike mice, can inactivate the XM in extra-embryonic lineages without an adverse outcome. This difference is probably due to the presence of imprinted… CONTINUE READING

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