Synaptonemal complex protein SYCP3 of the rat: evolutionarily conserved domains and the assembly of higher order structures.

@article{Baier2007SynaptonemalCP,
  title={Synaptonemal complex protein SYCP3 of the rat: evolutionarily conserved domains and the assembly of higher order structures.},
  author={Andrea Baier and Manfred Alsheimer and Jean-Nicolas Volff and R. Cabello Benavente},
  journal={Sexual development : genetics, molecular biology, evolution, endocrinology, embryology, and pathology of sex determination and differentiation},
  year={2007},
  volume={1 3},
  pages={161-8}
}
SYCP3 is a major structural protein component of vertebrate synaptonemal complexes as well as an important determinant of male fertility, at least in mammals. The elucidation of SYCP3 polymerization properties would provide important information towards our understanding as to how synaptonemal complexes are assembled and disassembled during meiotic prophase. To this end we have investigated the possible contribution of different SYCP3 domains to the assembly of higher order structures. We… CONTINUE READING

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