Supplementary Information for
Cheng Y, Buffone MG, Kouadio M, Goodheart M, Page DC, Gerton GL, Davidson I, Wang PJ.
Abnormal sperm in mice lacking the Taf7l gene.
Molecular & Cell Biology 27, 2582 (2007)
- Figure S1 Localization of TAF7 in wild type and Taf7l-/Y germ cells. Testicular cells were prepared from sexually mature mice using a modified squash protocol as previously described (1). Cells were immunostained with anti-TAF7 antibody (19TA) (2). The localization of TAF7 did not appear to differ between wild type and Taf7l-/Y germ cells: TAF7 was expressed in pachytene spermatocytes (PS), whereas round spermatids exhibited only weak background staining.