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Martin Estermann

Monash University

My name is Martin Andres Estermann and I am a PhD candidate in Craig Smith’s lab at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. My research focuses in sex determination and gonadal development and differentiation in birds, using chicken, quail and emu as animal models. My work uses omics technologies, (bulk and Single Cell RNA sequencing) to identify new candidate genes involved in these processes. I am particularly interested in immunology, genetics, developmental biology, evo-devo, and specifically in sex determination gonadal development.

Martin Estermann has added 9 preLight posts

Origin, specification and differentiation of a rare supporting-like lineage in the developing mouse gonad

Chloé Mayère, Violaine Regard, Aitana Perea-Gomez, et al.



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Reconstructing human early embryogenesis in vitro with pluripotent stem cells

Berna Sozen, Victoria Jorgensen, Meng Zhu, et al.



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Dissecting Mammalian Spermatogenesis Using Spatial Transcriptomics

Haiqi Chen, Evan Murray, Anisha Laumas, et al.



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Primary sex determination in chickens depends on DMRT1 dosage, but gonadal sex does not determine secondary sexual characteristics in adult birds

Jason Ioannidis, Gunes Taylor, Debiao Zhao, et al.



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Generating single-sex litters: development of CRISPR-Cas9 genetic tools to produce all-male offspring

Charlotte Douglas, Valdone Maciulyte, Jasmin Zohren, et al.



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A spatially resolved single cell atlas of human gastrulation

Richard C.V. Tyser, Elmir Mahammadov, Shota Nakanoh, et al.



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Neural plate targeting by in utero nanoinjection (NEPTUNE) reveals a role for Sptbn2 in neurulation and abdominal wall closure

Katrin Mangold, Jan Mašek, Jingyan He, et al.



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Genetic Developmental Timing Revealed by Inter-Species Transplantations in Fish

Jana Franziska Fuhrmann, Lorena Buono, Juan Ramón Martinez Morales, et al.



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Mouse embryonic stem cells self-organize into trunk-like structures with neural tube and somites

Jesse V Veenvliet, Adriano Bolondi, Helene Kretzmer, et al.



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