Comparative proteomic analysis of proteins involved in oocyte meiotic maturation in mice.

  title={Comparative proteomic analysis of proteins involved in oocyte meiotic maturation in mice.},
  author={Senyang Cao and Xuejiang Guo and Zuomin Zhou and Jiahao Sha},
  journal={Molecular reproduction and development},
  volume={79 6},
After birth, oocytes stay at the diplotene stage in prophase of meiosis I. Meiosis resumes about 1 day before ovulation, and arrests in metaphase II (MII) after ovulation. The mature, MII oocytes are then ready for fertilization and to provide materials for early embryonic development. Proteomic characterization of oocytes can help identify proteins that are important for female meiotic maturation and early embryonic development. In this study, we compared the proteomic profiles between the… CONTINUE READING
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