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The dmw gene is purported to be involved in sex determination in amphibians, and is related to  (thus is a paralog of ) the DMRT1 gene family which are sex determining genes in reptiles.
 
The dmw gene is purported to be involved in sex determination in amphibians, and is related to  (thus is a paralog of ) the DMRT1 gene family which are sex determining genes in reptiles.
 
In X. tropicalis, a diploid ( 2N=20)  species, sex determination has been investigated by Monica Bullejos at the Universiidad de Jaen,Spain.  
 
In X. tropicalis, a diploid ( 2N=20)  species, sex determination has been investigated by Monica Bullejos at the Universiidad de Jaen,Spain.  
She has used cytogenetic analysis to look for at chromosomes in metaphase, but could not see any differnce between X. laevis and X. tropicalis.
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She has used cytogenetic analysis to look for at chromosomes at metaphase, but could not see any difference between X. laevis and X. tropicalis.
Chemical induced sex reversal experiments determined that the sex determining system is a ZZ/ZW.  Females are ZW, males are ZZ.
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Chemical induced sex reversal experiments in X. tropicalis determined that the sex determining system is a ZZ/ZW.  Females are ZW, males are ZZ.

Revision as of 13:47, 28 June 2017

dmw

This is the community wiki page for the gene 'dmw' please feel free to add any information that is relevant to this gene that is not already captured elsewhere in Xenbase.

gene function

The dmw gene is purported to be involved in sex determination in amphibians, and is related to (thus is a paralog of ) the DMRT1 gene family which are sex determining genes in reptiles. In X. tropicalis, a diploid ( 2N=20) species, sex determination has been investigated by Monica Bullejos at the Universiidad de Jaen,Spain. She has used cytogenetic analysis to look for at chromosomes at metaphase, but could not see any difference between X. laevis and X. tropicalis. Chemical induced sex reversal experiments in X. tropicalis determined that the sex determining system is a ZZ/ZW. Females are ZW, males are ZZ.