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    • Genetically haploid spermatids are phenotypically diploid 

      Brinster, Ralph L.; Peschon, Jacques J.; Palmiter, Richard D.; Braun, Robert E.; Behringer, Richard R. (Nature Publishing Group, 1989-01-26)
      Because chromosomal homologues segregate from one another during meiosis, spermatids are genetically different. Post-meiotic gene expression could lead to gametic differences, some of which might lead to ...
    • Parkin-deficient mice are not more sensitive to 6-hydroxydopamine or methamphetamine neurotoxicity 

      Perez, Francisco A.; Curtis, Wendy R.; Palmiter, Richard D. (2005)
      Background: Autosomal recessive juvenile parkinsonism (AR-JP) is caused by mutations in the parkin gene which encodes an E3 ubiquitin-protein ligase. Parkin is thought to be critical for protecting dopaminergic neurons ...