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Characterization of Bovidae sex-determining gene SRY

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Author(s): Cheng Hanhua | Shi Huifang | Zhou Rongjia | Guo Yiqing | Liu Li | Liu Jiangdong | Jiang Yong | Kudo Toshiyuki | Sutou Shizuyo

Journal: Genetics Selection Evolution
ISSN 0999-193X

Volume: 33;
Issue: 6;
Start page: 687;
Date: 2001;
Original page

Keywords: sex determination | SRY | evolution | Bovidae

ABSTRACT
Abstract In mammals, testis determination is under the control of the sex-determining gene SRY. This Y-linked gene encodes a protein with a DNA binding domain similar to those found in high-mobility-group proteins. Here we report the cloning and sequences of the SRY genes of yak and Chinese native cattle. Our data show that SRY genes in Bovidae are less divergent, especially in the coding and 3' regions.
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