Overexpression of Anti-Mullerian Hormone Disrupts Gonadal Sex Differentiation, Blocks Sex Hormone Synthesis, and Supports Cell Autonomous Sex Development in the Chicken
Luke S Lambeth, Kirsten Morris, Katie L Ayers, Terry G Wise, Terri O'Neil, Susanne Wilson, Yu Cao, Andrew H Sinclair, Andrew D Cutting, Timothy J Doran, Craig A Smith
Endocrinology | ENDOCRINE SOC | Published : 2016
This research was partly conducted within the Poultry Clinical Research Center, established and supported under the Australian Government's Cooperative Research Centres Program. The Victorian Government's Operational Infrastructure Support Program supports research conducted at the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute.This work was funded in part by the Poultry Cooperative Research Centre (held by C.A.S.), an Australian Research Council Future Fellowship (held by C.A.S.), and a Medical Research Council Program grant (held by A.H.S.).