- Genomic imprinting analysis of Igf2/H19 in porcine cloned fetuses using parthenogenetic somatic cells as nuclear donors.
- Wang D1, Song Y, Huang Y, Duan F, Lv Q, Ouyang H, Lai L, Li Z.
- Biotechnology letters.Biotechnol Lett.2014 Oct;36(10):1945-52. doi: 10.1007/s10529-014-1572-8. Epub 2014 Jun 15.
- To gain insight into parthenogenesis in pigs, we report for the first time that using parthenogenetic somatic cells as nuclear donors (PSCNT), the porcine parthenogenetic fetus can develop to gestational day 39. Weight and morphological analysis revealed that PSCNT fetuses were smaller and developme
- PMID 24930108
- Genetic determination of female castes in a hybridogenetic desert ant.
- Darras H1, Kuhn A, Aron S.
- Journal of evolutionary biology.J Evol Biol.2014 Sep 3. doi: 10.1111/jeb.12470. [Epub ahead of print]
- In most social insects, the brood is totipotent and environmental factors determine whether a female egg will develop into a reproductive queen or a functionally sterile worker. However, genetic factors have been shown to affect the female's caste fate in a few ant species. The desert ant Cataglyphi
- PMID 25186793
- Disruption of imprinted gene expression and DNA methylation status in porcine parthenogenetic fetuses and placentas.
- Wang D1, Chen X1, Song Y1, Lv Q1, Lai L1, Li Z2.
- Gene.Gene.2014 Sep 1;547(2):351-8. doi: 10.1016/j.gene.2014.06.059. Epub 2014 Jun 27.
- Parthenogenetically activated oocytes cannot develop to term in mammals due to the lack of paternal gene expression and failed X chromosome inactivation (XCI). To further characterize porcine parthenogenesis, the expression of 18 imprinted genes was compared between parthenogenetic (PA) and normally
- PMID 24979339
- Distribution and evolutionary impact of wolbachia on butterfly hosts.
- Salunkhe RC1, Narkhede KP2, Shouche YS3.
- Indian journal of microbiology.Indian J Microbiol.2014 Sep;54(3):249-54. doi: 10.1007/s12088-014-0448-x. Epub 2014 Feb 9.
- Wolbachia are maternally inherited endosymbiotic alpha-proteobacteria found in terrestrial arthropods and filarial nematodes. They are transmitted vertically through host cytoplasm and alter host biology by inducing various reproductive alterations, like feminization, parthenogenesis, male killing (
- PMID 24891730
- parthenogenesis、parthenogenetic development、apogamy、parthenogenetic、parthenogenetically