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SPATA16 encodes a testis-specific protein that belongs to the tetratricopeptide repeat-like superfamily. Additionally we are shipping SPATA16 Antibodies (11) and many more products for this protein.
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Case Report: report of a pregnancy obtained in a man with homozygous SPATA16 mutated globozoospermia.
results suggest that NYD-SP12 is involved in spermatogenesis, and that NYD-SP12-encoded protein might function in the Golgi apparatus
study demonstrated NYD-SP12 protein was involved in the formation of the acrosome during spermatogenesis
Results indicate that NYD-SP12 evolves rapidly in both the human and the chimpanzee lineages, which is likely caused by Darwinian positive selection and/or sexual selection.
consanguineous family with three affected brothers, in whom we have identified a homozygous mutation in the spermatogenesis-specific gene SPATA16. This is the first example of a nonsyndromic male infertility condition caused by an autosomal gene defect.
This gene encodes a testis-specific protein that belongs to the tetratricopeptide repeat-like superfamily. The encoded protein localizes to the Golgi apparatus and may play a role in spermatogenesis.
spermatogenesis associated 16
, spermatogenesis-associated protein 16
, testis development protein NYD-SP12
, testis-specific Golgi protein
, spermatogenesis-related protein