Effect of “restricted ovulator” gene on uptake of yolk-precursor protein

@article{Schjeide1976EffectO,
  title={Effect of “restricted ovulator” gene on uptake of yolk-precursor protein},
  author={Prof. O. A. Schjeide and Worthie E Briles and Scott Holshouser and Dr. David Gareth Jones},
  journal={Cell and Tissue Research},
  year={1976},
  volume={166},
  pages={109-116}
}
SummaryThe bulk of the yolk proteins and lipoproteins constituting the yolks of mature oocytes in birds are synthesized by the liver and transported via the plasma to the oocytes where they are incorporated by micropinocytosis. Evidence is presented indicating that oocytes of hens possessing a mutation identified by Jones, Briles, and Schjeide as a “restricted ovulator gene” fail to incorporate normal amounts and proportions of low density lipoproteins, lipovitellin and possibly other proteins… CONTINUE READING
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