Melissa Pepling

Melissa Pepling
Professor,
Department of Biology

Address: 348 Life Science Complex
Phone: 315-443-4541
E-mail: mepeplin@syr.edu

 

 

 

Website: http://biology.syr.edu/faculty/pepling/pepling_research1.htm

Research

Mouse oocyte development, Hormone signaling, Ovary organ culture

Recent Publications

Chen, Y., Breen, K. and Pepling, M.E. (2009). Estrogen Can Signal Through Multiple Pathways to Regulate Oocyte Cyst Breakdown and Primordial Follicle Assembly in the Neonatal Mouse Ovary. Journal of Endocrinology, 202, 407-417.

Chen, Y., Jefferson, W., Newbold, R., Padilla-Banks, E. and Pepling, M. E. (2007). Estradiol, Progesterone and Genistein Inhibit Oocyte Nest Breakdown and Primordial Follicle Assembly in the Neonatal Mouse Ovary in vitro and in vivo. Endocrinology, 148, 3580-3590.

Pepling, M. E., Wilhelm, J.E., O’Hara, A. L., Gephardt, G. W. and Spradling, A. C. (2007). Mouse Oocytes within Germ Cell Cysts and Primordial Follicles Contain a Balbiani Body. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci 104, 187-192.

Pepling, M. E. (2006). From Primordial Germ Cell to Primordial Follicle: Mammalian Female Germ Cell Development. Genesis 44, 622-632.

Jefferson, W., Newbold, R., Padilla-Banks, E. and Pepling, M. E. (2006). Neonatal genistein treatment alters ovarian differentiation in the mouse: inhibition of oocyte nest breakdown and increased oocyte survival. Biology of Reproduction 74, 161-168.

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