Spermatocyte and oocyte chromosome spreading was prepared as previously described (50, 51). Structurally preserved spermatocytes were prepared as described previously (52).

Primary antibodies used for immunofluorescence were as follows: rabbit anti-SYCP3 (1:500 dilution; Abcam #ab15093), mouse anti-SYCP3 (1:500 dilution; Abcam #ab97672), rabbit anti-SYCP1 (C-terminal) (1:2000 dilution; Abcam #ab15090), rabbit anti-SYCP1 (N-terminal) (1:2000 dilution; Abclonal #A12139), rabbit anti-RPA2 (1:200 dilution; Abcam #ab76420), rabbit anti-RAD51 (1:200 dilution; Thermo Fisher Scientific #PA5-27195), rabbit anti-DMC1 (1:100 dilution; Santa Cruz Biotechnology #sc-22768), mouse anti–phospho-histone H2AX (pSer139) (1:300 dilution; Millipore #05-636), mouse anti-MLH1 (1:50 dilution; BD Biosciences #550838), rabbit anti-TEX12 (1:1000 dilution; Proteintech #17068-1-AP), mouse anti-TRF1 (1:1000 dilution; homemade), and rabbit anti-BRCA1 (1:500 dilution; a gift from L.-Y. Lu, Zhejiang University). Primary antibodies were detected with Alexa Fluor 488– or 594–conjugated secondary antibodies (1:500 dilution; Abcam #ab150084, #ab150077, #ab150113, and #ab150120) for 1 hour at room temperature. The slides were washed several times with PBS and mounted using VECTASHIELD antifade mounting medium with DAPI (Vector Laboratories, #H-1200).

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