Melissa Pepling

Affiliations: 
Psychology Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, United States 
Area:
Cognitive Psychology, Neuroscience Biology
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Dutta S, Burks DM, Pepling ME. (2016) Arrest at the diplotene stage of meiotic prophase I is delayed by progesterone but is not required for primordial follicle formation in mice. Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology : Rb&E. 14: 82
Pepling ME. (2016) DEVELOPMENT. Nursing the oocyte. Science (New York, N.Y.). 352: 35-6
Sun T, Pepling ME, Diaz FJ. (2015) Lats1 Deletion Causes Increased Germ Cell Apoptosis and Follicular Cysts in Mouse Ovaries. Biology of Reproduction. 93: 22
Dutta S, Mark-Kappeler CJ, Hoyer PB, et al. (2014) The steroid hormone environment during primordial follicle formation in perinatal mouse ovaries. Biology of Reproduction. 91: 68
Sivakumar KK, Stanley JA, Arosh JA, et al. (2014) Prenatal exposure to chromium induces early reproductive senescence by increasing germ cell apoptosis and advancing germ cell cyst breakdown in the F1 offspring. Developmental Biology. 388: 22-34
Jones RL, Pepling ME. (2013) KIT signaling regulates primordial follicle formation in the neonatal mouse ovary. Developmental Biology. 382: 186-97
Jones RL, Pepling ME. (2013) Role of the antiapoptotic proteins BCL2 and MCL1 in the neonatal mouse ovary. Biology of Reproduction. 88: 46
Pepling M. (2013) Oocyte Development before and during Folliculogenesis Oocyte Physiology and Development in Domestic Animals. 1-19
Pepling ME. (2012) Hedgehog signaling in follicle development. Biology of Reproduction. 86: 173
Karavan JR, Pepling ME. (2012) Effects of estrogenic compounds on neonatal oocyte development. Reproductive Toxicology (Elmsford, N.Y.). 34: 51-6
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