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Azoospermic men with deletion of the DAZ gene cluster are capable of completing spermatogenesis: fertilization, normal embryonic development and pregnancy occur when retrieved testicular spermatozoa are used for intracytoplasmic sperm injection.
The pituitary-testicular axis in Klinefelter's syndrome and in oligo-azoospermic patients with and without deletions of the Y chromosome long arm.
The human Y chromosome: a 43-interval map based on naturally occurring deletions.
Severe oligozoospermia resulting from deletions of azoospermia factor gene on Y chromosome.
Are sequence family variants useful for identifying deletions in the human Y chromosome?
Remarkably little variation in proteins encoded by the Y chromosome's single-copy genes, implying effective purifying selection.
Recombination between palindromes P5 and P1 on the human Y chromosome causes massive deletions and spermatogenic failure.
Gonadoblastoma: molecular definition of the susceptibility region on the Y chromosome.
Convergent evolution of chicken Z and human X chromosomes by expansion and gene acquisition.
Strict evolutionary conservation followed rapid gene loss on human and rhesus Y chromosomes.
Sex chromosome-to-autosome transposition events counter Y-chromosome gene loss in mammals.