The Testicular Proteomics of the Infertile Male Mouse

MacLeod and co-authors (2014) used information pinpointing the onset of testicular reproductive function to examine proteomic anomalies in a mouse model of infertility.1 They characterized regulation of proteins by phosphorylation, assessing the impact on effective spermatogenesis. By analyzing changes in the testicular phosphoproteome, the research team created a comprehensive dataset for other scientists. Mice with a Read the rest of this article

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