Remodeling of mouse thymocyte nuclei depends on the time of their transfer into activated, homologous oocytes.

@article{Szllsi1988RemodelingOM,
  title={Remodeling of mouse thymocyte nuclei depends on the time of their transfer into activated, homologous oocytes.},
  author={Daniel Sz{\"o}ll{\"o}si and Renata Czołowska and Maria S. Sz{\"o}ll{\"o}si and Andrzej K. Tarkowski},
  journal={Journal of cell science},
  year={1988},
  volume={91 ( Pt 4)},
  pages={603-13}
}
The potential of parthenogenetically activated mouse oocytes to remodel somatic cell nuclei was studied by ultrastructural means using oocyte-thymocyte hybrids. Complete nuclear remodeling, initiated by nuclear envelope breakdown and chromosome condensation (which is followed by formation of pronucleus-like nucleus) is possible only during a short time gap between metaphase II and telophase of meiotic division. Maturation-promoting factor activity is high during this period. The thymocyte… CONTINUE READING

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