Paul S. Burgoyne mainly focuses on Genetics, Meiosis, Y chromosome, X chromosome and Synapsis. His is involved in several facets of Genetics study, as is seen by his studies on Gene, Chromosome and Sex characteristics. His Meiosis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Gene silencing and DNA repair.
Paul S. Burgoyne combines subjects such as Histone and Spermatid with his study of Gene silencing. Paul S. Burgoyne interconnects Azoospermia and Candidate gene in the investigation of issues within Y chromosome. His study in the field of Autosome also crosses realms of Genomic imprinting.
His primary areas of investigation include Genetics, Y chromosome, X chromosome, Meiosis and Gene. His research on Genetics often connects related topics like Spermatogenesis. His Y chromosome study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Sperm, Spermatid, Molecular biology and Chromosome.
In his work, DNA repair is strongly intertwined with Gene silencing, which is a subfield of Chromosome. His X chromosome research includes elements of Endocrinology, Sexual dimorphism and Embryo. His research integrates issues of Metaphase, Chromatin and Homologous chromosome in his study of Meiosis.
Genetics, Y chromosome, Gene, X chromosome and Meiosis are his primary areas of study. He integrates many fields in his works, including Genetics and Sperm dna. His Y chromosome research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Gene dosage, Interkinesis and Northern blot.
His study explores the link between Gene and topics such as Spermatogenesis that cross with problems in Sex reversal. His X chromosome research integrates issues from Testis determining factor, Molecular genetics, Molecular biology, Sperm and Human genetics. Paul S. Burgoyne focuses mostly in the field of Meiosis, narrowing it down to topics relating to Pseudoautosomal region and, in certain cases, Prophase, Meiosis II and Homologous chromosome.
Paul S. Burgoyne mainly investigates X chromosome, Gene, Y chromosome, Genetics and Testis determining factor. His X chromosome study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Metaphase and Meiosis. His Fusion gene, Transgene and Gene duplication study in the realm of Gene connects with subjects such as Intragenomic conflict.
Paul S. Burgoyne has included themes like Gene expression profiling, Sexual characteristics, Gene dosage, Regulation of gene expression and Sexual differentiation in his Y chromosome study. Northern blot, Molecular genetics, Human genetics and Intron are among the areas of Genetics where the researcher is concentrating his efforts. His Testis determining factor study combines topics in areas such as Sex linkage, Sex-limited genes, Heterogametic sex, DNA-binding protein and Molecular biology.
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Recombinational DNA double-strand breaks in mice precede synapsis.
Shantha K. Mahadevaiah;James M.A. Turner;Frédéric Baudat;Emmy P. Rogakou.
Nature Genetics (2001)
Dax1 antagonizes Sry action in mammalian sex determination
Amanda Swain;Veronica Narvaez;Veronica Narvaez;Paul Burgoyne;Giovanna Camerino.
H2AX Is Required for Chromatin Remodeling and Inactivation of Sex Chromosomes in Male Mouse Meiosis
Oscar Fernandez-Capetillo;Shantha K. Mahadevaiah;Arkady Celeste;Peter J. Romanienko.
Developmental Cell (2003)
Silencing of unsynapsed meiotic chromosomes in the mouse.
James M A Turner;Shantha K Mahadevaiah;Oscar Fernandez-Capetillo;André Nussenzweig.
Nature Genetics (2005)
A Model System for Study of Sex Chromosome Effects on Sexually Dimorphic Neural and Behavioral Traits
Geert J. De Vries;Emilie F. Rissman;Richard B. Simerly;Liang-Yo Yang.
The Journal of Neuroscience (2002)
The consequences of asynapsis for mammalian meiosis
Paul S Burgoyne;Shantha K Mahadevaiah;James M A Turner.
Nature Reviews Genetics (2009)
BRCA1, Histone H2AX Phosphorylation, and Male Meiotic Sex Chromosome Inactivation
James M.A. Turner;Olga Aprelikova;Xiaoling Xu;Ruihong Wang.
Current Biology (2004)
Sex differences in sex chromosome gene expression in mouse brain
Jun Xu;Paul S. Burgoyne;Arthur P. Arnold.
Human Molecular Genetics (2002)
Heterochromatin, HP1 and methylation at lysine 9 of histone H3 in animals.
Ian G. Cowell;Rebecca Aucott;Shantha K. Mahadevaiah;Paul S. Burgoyne.
Sex chromosome complement and gonadal sex influence aggressive and parental behaviors in mice.
Jessica D. Gatewood;Aileen Wills;Savera Shetty;Jun Xu.
The Journal of Neuroscience (2006)
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