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Tudor Domain Containing Protein TDRD12 Expresses at the Acrosome of Spermatids in Mouse Testis
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Tudor Domain Containing Protein TDRD12 Expresses at the Acrosome of Spermatids in Mouse Testis
Kim, Min; Ki, Byeong Seong; Hong, Kwonho; Park, Se-pill; Ko, Jung-Jae; Choi, Youngsok;
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 Abstract
Tdrd12 is one of tudor domain containing (Tdrd) family members. However, the expression pattern of Tdrd12 has not been well studied. To compare the expression levels of Tdrd12 in various tissues, real time-polymerase chain reaction was performed using total RNAs from liver, small intestine, heart, brain, kidney, lung, spleen, stomach, uterus, ovary, and testis. Tdrd12 mRNA was highly expressed in testis. Antibody against mouse TDRD12 were generated using amino acid residues SQRPNEKPLRLTEKKDC of TDRD12 to investigate TDRD12 localization in testis. Immunostaining assay shows that TDRD12 is mainly localized at the spermatid in the seminiferous tubules of adult testes. During postnatal development, TDRD12 is differentially expressed. TDRD12 was detected in early spermatocytes at 2 weeks and TDRD12 was localized at acrosome of the round spermatids. TDRD12 expression was not co-localized with TDRD1 which is an important component of piRNA pathway in germ cells. Our results indicate that TDRD12 may play an important role in spermatids and function as a regulator of spermatogenesis in dependent of TDRD1.
 Keywords
Tdrd12;Tudor;Spermatogenesis;Acrosome;Spermatid;Testis;
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English
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