Murine and human TSPYL genes: novel members of the TSPY-SET-NAP1L1 family.

@article{Vogel1998MurineAH,
  title={Murine and human TSPYL genes: novel members of the TSPY-SET-NAP1L1 family.},
  author={Tanja Vogel and Oliver Dittrich and Yasmin Mehraein and Frank Dechend and Frank Schnieders and Joerg Schmidtke},
  journal={Cytogenetics and cell genetics},
  year={1998},
  volume={81 3-4},
  pages={265-70}
}
Using expressed sequence tag (EST) sequence information, novel genes related to the Y chromosome gene family TSPY were isolated and characterized. Because of a significant homology to TSPY, the novel genes were designated TSPY-Like (TSPYL) and were assigned as new members of the TSPY-SET-NAP1L1 family. A human TSPYL gene was localized on chromosome 6 and a murine Tspyl gene was localized on chromosome 10. Expression of TSPYL was observed in all tissues investigated, as well as early onset… CONTINUE READING

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