Figure 9.

Proposed model for granzyme G action during mouse early embryonic development. Maternally produced proteins are abundant in fertilized mouse eggs up to the early 2-cell stage, after which zygotic gene expression increases. Granzyme G, encoding a serine protease, may contribute to this maternal-zygote exchange process. The genes marked with blue color were simultaneously presented in our gene list (Table1) and in the previous report identified by cDNA microarray [49]. See the text for details.

Tsai et al. BMC Developmental Biology 2010 10:88   doi:10.1186/1471-213X-10-88
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