Notably, these haploid cell
screens identified six members of the HOPS complex, proteins known to play functions in endosomal/lysosomal trafficking, as well as the Niemann-Pick C1 (NPC1) transporter as the most prominent hit of the assay.
Additionally, Horizon offers rapid and low cost on-demand generation of engineered haploid cell
lines that for the first time bring these valuable research tools to the 72,000+ research labs studying the basic and applied function of genes and genetic variation.
antipoidal cell: Three haploid cells
, at the end of the embryo sac away from the micropyle.
In vitro production of haploid cells
after coculture of CD49f+ with Sertoli cells from testicular sperm extraction in nonobstructive azoospermic patients.
Five aquaporins, Aqp1ab, -7, and -10b, are expressed in all germ cells, from spermatogonia to luminal spermatozoa, whereas Aqp1aa and -8b are only found in haploid cells
The Haplogen Genomics platform represents a novel way to generate precisely engineered human cell lines efficiently and at a price that places genome editing within the reach of the broader academic research market through the use of haploid cells
The first nuclear division of meiosis (meiosis I) is accompanied with the formation of two haploid cells
in a dyad form (Fig1 M& N).
These haploid cells
show all of the same characteristics as stem cells with two sets of chromosomes, and retain the same full developmental potential, making them a powerful tool for determining how the genetic circuitry of mammalian development functions.
The advantages of using a late-unicellular or bicellular microspores are that (1) microspores are single haploid cells
and highly synchronous in development (Aionesei et al.,2006), and (2) the probability of incorporation of introduced DNA into the generative genome is increased (Aziz and Machray, 2003).
Before infection can occur, the smuts need to undergo a successful mating to form dikaryotic hyphae (two haploid cells
fuse to form a dikaryon).
It occurs in specialized cells (sporocytes) of the sporophyte (spore producing) generation and yields haploid cells
that initiate the gametophyte (gamete-producing) generation.
Many growers rely on asexual truffle propagation, in which two haploid cells
from a single fungus - each with one copy of the genome - fuse to form the diploid fruiting body (the truffle), which has two copies.