male primordial germ cell

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NAME:

  male primordial germ cell


DEFINITON:

  Cells coexpressing piwi-1 and nanos that are required for male gonad formation. Primordial germ cells are present in both asexual adults and sexual hermaphrodites. This term may be redundant with spermatogonial stem cell.


TERM DEFINITION CITATIONS:

  PMID:17376870, PMID:17390146


TERM CITATIONS:

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TERM ID:

  PLANA:0000218


ABOUT THIS TERM:

male primordial germ cell

  ↳is a male germ cell, material entity and stem cell

  ↳contained in tail, copulatory region, posterior region of the whole animal, parapharyngeal region, prepharyngeal region, dorsal region of the whole animal and anterior region of the whole animal

  ↳existence overlaps juvenile, asexual adult and adult hermaphrodite


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PAGE: Planarian Anatomy Gene Expression

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PLANA TermReference TranscriptDescriptionGene ModelsPublished TranscriptTranscriptomePublicationSpecimenLifecycleEvidence
male primordial germ cellSMED30031425Homeobox protein Hox-D12SMESG000003389.1 SMED30031425smed_20140614PMID:27034770

 

 

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