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The human DAZ (deleted in azoospermia) gene family on the Y chromosome and an autosomal DAZ-like gene, DAZL1, encode RNA-binding… Expand Abstract The DAZ (Deleted in AZoospermia) gene family was isolated from a region of the human Y chromosome long arm that is… Expand The human DAZL1 gene (known also as DAZH or DAZLA) is the autosomal homologue of the Y-chromosomal DAZ gene which has been found… Expand In a subset of infertile men, a spectrum of spermatogenic defects ranging from a complete absence of germ cells (sertoli cell… Expand The DAZ gene cluster on the human Y chromosome is a candidate for the Azoospermia Factor (AZFc). According to the current… Expand The autosomal homologs of the human Y-chromosomal DAZ gene (DAZH and Dazh in human and mouse, respectively) are strong candidate… Expand Spermatogenesis is regulated by hormones, local regulatory factors in the testes and specific gene expression of spermatogenic… Expand The DAZ (Deleted in AZoospermia) and DAZLA (DAZ-like autosomal) genes may be determinants of male infertility. The DAZ gene on… Expand We have isolated a series of human testis poly(A) cDNA clones by cross-hybridization to SPGY1, a Y gene homologous to DAZ. Their… Expand Preface. Part I: Critique of Theoretical Reason. Foreword. 1. Objectifying Objectification. 2. The Imaginary Anthropology of… Expand