March 2018, Volume 85 VISIONS: THE ART OF SCIENCE 173 Capturing chaotic chromosomes: Pairing in action Micka C. Bertucci, Arunika Das, Harriet C. Fitzgerald, and Daniel E. Goszczynski Published online (DOI: 22918) 174 Establishment of breast tumor spheroids: An emerging research tool Azza Mohamed Akasha and J. Julie Kim Published online (DOI: 22919) CORRESPONDENCE March 2018, Volume 85 175 Maternally expressed miR-379/miR-544 cluster is dispensable for testicular development and spermatogenesis in mice Congcong Cao, Yujiao Wen, Juan Dong, Xiaoli Wang, Weibing Qin, Xunbin Huang, and Shuiqiao Yuan Published online 16 January 2018 (DOI: 22957) REVIEW ARTICLE 178 Meeting the meiotic challenge: Specializations in mammalian oocyte spindle formation Ashley L. Severance and Keith E. Latham Published online 7 February 2018 (DOI: 22967) RESEARCH ARTICLES 188 Inhibition of Dr-dut gene causes DNA damage in planarian Md. Shahanoor Alam, Hideaki Moriyama, and Midori Matsumoto Published online 4 January 2018 (DOI: 22952) 197 Early fetal sexing in the rhinoceros by detection of male-speciﬁ c genes in maternal serum Monica A. Stoops, G. Douglas Winget, Christopher J. DeChant, Ray L. Ball, and Terri L. Roth Published online 4 January 2018 (DOI: 22953) 205 Inhibitory effect of a reproductive-related serpin on sperm trypsin-like activity implicates
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