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  • Supplementary Information for Tomoko Kuroda-Kawaguchi, Helen Skaletsky, Laura G. Brown, Patrick J. Minx, Holland S. Cordum, Robert H. Waterston, Richard K. Wilson, Sherman Silber, Robert Oates, Steve Rozen & David C. Page. The AZFc region of the Y chromosome features massive palindromes and uniform recurrent deletions in infertile men, Nat. Genet. 29:279-286 (2001) 
     

  • Supplementary Information for Steve Rozen, Helen Skaletsky, Janet D. Marszalek, Patrick J. Minx, Holland S. Cordum, Robert H. Waterston, Richard K. Wilson, & David C. Page. Abundant gene conversion between arms of palindromes in human and ape Y chromosomes.Nature 423:873-876 (2003) 
     

  • Supplementary Information for Skaletsky, H., Kuroda-Kawaguchi, T., Minx, P.J., Cordum, H.S., Hillier, L., Brown, L.G., Repping, S., Pyntikova, T., Ali, J., Bieri, T., Chinwalla, A., Delehaunty, A., Delehaunty, K., Du, H., Fewell, G., Fulton, L., Fulton, R., Graves, T., Hou, S.-F., Latrielle, P., Leonard, S., Mardis, E., Maupin, R., McPherson, J., Miner, T., Nash, W., Nguyen, C., Ozersky, P., Pepin, K., Rock, S., Rohlfing, T., Scott, K., Schultz, B., Strong, C., Tin-Wollam, A., Yang, S.-P., Waterston, R.H., Wilson, R.K., Rozen, S., and Page, D.C. The Male Specific Region of the Human Y Chromosome is a Mosaic of Discrete Sequence Classes . Nature 423: 825-837 (2003) 
     

  • Supplementary Information for Julie Bradley, Andrew Baltus, Helen Skaletsky, Morgan Royce-Tolland, Ken Dewar, & David C. Page. An X-to-autosome retrogene is required for spermatogenesis in mice . Nature Genetics 36 (2004)
     

  • Supplementary Information for Hughes, J.F., Skaletsky, H., Pyntikova, T., Minx, P.J., Graves, T., Rozen, S., Wilson, R.K., Page, D.C. Conservation of Y-linked genes during human evolution revealed by comparative sequencing in chimpanzee. Nature 437: 100-3 (2005)

  • Supplementary Information for Hughes, J.F., Skaletsky, H., Rozen, S., Wilson, R.K., Page, D.C. Has the chimpanzee Y chromosome been sequenced?Nature Genetics 38: 853-4 (2006)
     

  • Supplementary Information for Hughes JF, Skaletsky H, Pyntikova T, Graves TA, van Daalen SK, Minx PJ, Fulton RS, McGrath SD, Locke DP, Friedman C, Trask BJ, Mardis ER, Warren WC, Repping S, Rozen S, Wilson RK, Page DC. Chimpanzee and human Y chromosomes are remarkably divergent in structure and gene content.Nature 463: 536-9 (2010)
     

  • Supplementary Information for Lange, J., Skaletsky, H., van Daalen, S.K.M., Embry, S.L., Korver, C.M., Brown, L.G., Oates, R.D., Silber, S., Repping, S., Page, D.C. Isodicentric Y Chromosomes and Sex Disorders as Byproducts of Homologous Recombination That Maintains Palindromes. Cell 138: 855-869 (4 September 2009)
     

  • MSY Breakpoint Mapper
     

  • Supplementary Information for Bellott, D.W., Skaletsky, H., Pyntikova, T., Mardis, E.R., Graves, T., Kremitzki, C., Brown, L.G., Rozen, S., Warren, W.C., Wilson, R.K., Page, D.C. Convergent Evolution of Chicken Z and Human X Chromosomes by Expansion and Gene Acquisition. Nature 466: 612-616 (29 July 2010)
     

  • Supplementary Information for Jennifer F. Hughes, Helen Skaletsky, Laura G. Brown, Tatyana Pyntikova, Tina Graves, Robert S. Fulton, Shannon Dugan, Yan Ding, Christian J. Buhay, Colin Kremitzki, Qiaoyan Wang, Hua Shen, Michael Holder,3 Donna Villasana, Lynne V. Nazareth, Andrew Cree, Laura Courtney, Joelle Veizer, Holland Kotkiewicz, Ting-Jan Cho, Natalia Koutseva, Steve Rozen, Donna M. Muzny, Wesley C. Warren, Richard A. Gibbs, Richard K. Wilson & David C. Page Strict evolutionary conservation followed rapid gene loss on human and rhesus Y chromosomes. Nature 482: (23 February 2012)
     

  • Supplementary information for Daniel W. Bellott, Jennifer F. Hughes, Helen Skaletsky, Laura G. Brown, Tatyana Pyntikova, Ting-Jan Cho, Natalia Koutseva, Sara Zaghlul, Tina Graves, Susie Rock, Colin Kremitzki, Robert S. Fulton, Shannon Dugan, Yan Ding, Donna Morton, Ziad Khan, Lora Lewis, Christian Buhay, Qiaoyan Wang, Jennifer Watt, Michael Holder, Sandy Lee, Lynne Nazareth, Jessica Alfoldi, Steve Rozen, Donna M. Muzny, Wesley C. Warren, Richard A. Gibbs, Richard K. Wilson & David C. Page Mammalian Y chromosomes retain widely expressed dosage-sensitive regulators. Nature 494: (24 April 2014)
     

  • Supplementary information for Soh YQS, Alfoldi J, Pyntikova T, Brown LG, Graves T, Minx PJ, Fulton RS, Kremitzki C, Koutseva N, Mueller JL, Rozen S, Hughes JF, Owens E, Womack JE, Murphy WJ, Cao Q, de Jong P, Warren WC, Wilson RK, Skaletsky H, Page DC Sequencing the mouse Y chromosome reveals convergent gene acquisition and amplification on both sex chromosomes. Cell 159: 800 (6 November 2014)
     

  • Supplementary information for Daniel W. Bellott, Helen Skaletsky, Ting-Jan Cho, Laura Brown, Devin Locke, Nancy Chen, Svetlana Galkina, Tatyana Pyntikova, Natalia Koutseva, Tina Graves, Colin Kremitzki, Wesley C. Warren, Andrew G. Clark, Elena Gaginskaya, Richard K. Wilson & David C Page Avian W and mammalian Y chromosomes convergently retained dosage-sensitive regulators. Nature Genetics 49, 387-394 (2017)
     

  • Supplementary information for Sahin Naqvi, Alexander K. Godfrey, Jennifer F. Hughes, Mary L. Goodheart, Richard N. Mitchell, & David C. Page Conservation, acquisition, and functional impact of sex-biased gene expression in mammalian tissues Science (2019)
     

  • Coordinates of genes and other objects on the sequenced Y chromosomes