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C.elegans tm6081 , tm3898 The ribosomal RNA m5C methyltransferase NSUN-1 modulates healthspan and oogenesis in Caenorhabditis elegans.
C.elegans tm5495 , tm4151 CDK-11-Cyclin L is required for gametogenesis and fertility in C. elegans.
Silkworms A. yamamai Dimorphic sperm formation by Sex-lethal.
Drosophila 16858R-3  Dissection of Nidogen function in Drosophila reveals tissue-specific mechanisms of basement membrane assembly.
Mice RBRC04874 HIF2α in the uterine stroma permits embryo invasion and luminal epithelium detachment.
C.elegans tm331 , tm420 Identification of cytochrome b5 CYTB-5.1 and CYTB-5.2 in C. elegans; evidence for differential regulation of SCD.
C.elegans tm545 FLN-1/filamin is required for maintenance of actin and exit of fertilized oocytes from the spermatheca in C. elegans.
C.elegans tm1340 Balanced trade-offs between alternative strategies shape the response of C. elegans reproduction to chronic heat stress.
Drosophila protamineB::GFP (DGRC#109173 or DGRC#109175) The homeodomain protein defective proventriculus is essential for male accessory gland development to enhance fecundity in Drosophila.
Human and Animal Cells COS-7(RCB0539) Prolactin increases the synthesis of 7alpha-hydroxypregnenolone, a key factor for induction of locomotor activity, in breeding male Newts.
Mice RBRC00209 , RBRC00639 Efficient production of offspring from Japanese wild-derived strains of mice (Mus musculus molossinus) by improved assisted reproductive technologies.
Mice RBRC00886 In vitro production of functional sperm in cultured neonatal mouse testes.
C.elegans tm370 , tm1086 , tm1349 C. elegans dss-1 is functionally conserved and required for oogenesis and larval growth.
C.intestinalis / (O.japonicus) Wild C.int Comprehensive egg coat proteome of the ascidian Ciona intestinalis reveals gamete recognition molecules involved in self-sterility.