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Identification of SOX3 as an XX male sex reversal gene in mice and humans

Edwina Sutton, James Hughes, Stefan White, Ryohei Sekido, Jacqueline Tan, Valerie Arboleda, Nicholas Rogers, Kevin Knower, Lynn Rowley, Helen Eyre, Karine Rizzoti, Dale McAninch, Joao Goncalves, Jennie Slee, Erin Turbitt, Damien Bruno, Henrik Bengtsson, Vincent Harley, Eric Vilain, Andrew Sinclair Show all

Journal of Clinical Investigation | AMER SOC CLINICAL INVESTIGATION INC | Published : 2011

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Funding Acknowledgements

The authors thank Peter Koopman and Josephine Bowles for sharing unpublished data and useful discussions, Terry Speed for assistance with microarray analysis, and Frank Grutzner for critical reading of the manuscript We also thank Sandra Piltz, Mizuho Mamiya, Rhonda Hutchinson, Julie Scott, and the staff of the University of Adelaide Laboratory Animal Services for technical assistance The authors also thank Tiago Rocha for patient A's clinical evaluation and the staff of Unidade de Citogenerica of Instituto Nacional de Saude Ricardo Jorge for the chromosome analysis, as well as the contribution of the patients Involved in the study We gratefully acknowledge funding support from the Australian Research Council (P Thomas), the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (P Thomas, S White, A Sinclair, and V Harley), the UK Medical Research Council (U117512772) (R Lovell Badge), the Helen Macpherson Smith Trust (A Sinclair), the Fundacao para a Ciencia e a Tecnologia (FCT, POCTI/SAU/97/2001) and the Centro de Investigacao em Genetica Molecular Humana da Universidade Nova de Lisboa (J Goncalves), the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation (E Vilain), and the Louis Jeantet Foundation (R. Lovell Badge) Paul Thomas is a Pfizer Australia Research Fellow