|Animal Reproductive Physiology|
Production in Global Food Resources
|Selected research publications|
1. Preimplantation death of xenomitochondrial mouse embryo harbouring bovine mitochondria.
2. Status of autophagy, lysosome activity and apoptosis during corpus luteum regression in cattle.
3. Generation of aminoterminally truncated, stable types of bioactive bovine and porcine fibroblast growth factor 4 in Escherichia coli.
4. Heat stress during in vitro fertilization decreases fertilization success by disrupting anti-polyspermy systems of the oocytes.
5. Expression and regulation of Foxa2 in the rat uterus during early pregnancy.
6. Expression of Aldo-keto Reductase 1C23 in the Equine Corpus Luteum in Different Luteal Phases.
7. Biological Activity of Recombinant Bovine Interferon τ Produced by a Silkworm-Baculovirus Gene Expression System.
8. Simple density-based particle separation in a microfluidic chip.
9. Cathepsin B activity has a crucial role in the developmental competence of bovine cumulus–oocyte complexes exposed to heat shock during in vitro maturation.
10. Transcriptional wiring for establishing cell lineage specification at the blastocyst stage in cattle.
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