Edward L. Squires mostly deals with Andrology, Semen, Sperm, Estrous cycle and Embryo. His Andrology research includes elements of Pregnancy, Embryo transfer, Pregnancy rate, Gynecology and Cryopreservation. Edward L. Squires has included themes like Motility, Centrifugation, Skimmed milk and Insemination in his Semen study.
He interconnects Chromatography, Percoll, Zona pellucida and Artificial insemination in the investigation of issues within Sperm. The Estrous cycle study combines topics in areas such as Follicle, Ovulation and Interleukin 10. His research in the fields of Embryo quality overlaps with other disciplines such as Hepes buffer.
His primary areas of investigation include Andrology, Internal medicine, Endocrinology, Ovulation and Pregnancy. His Andrology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cryopreservation and Embryo. Edward L. Squires combines subjects such as Follicle, Follicular phase, Human chorionic gonadotropin and Physiology with his study of Ovulation.
His work carried out in the field of Pregnancy brings together such families of science as Fertility, Gynecology and Obstetrics. As a member of one scientific family, Edward L. Squires mostly works in the field of Sperm, focusing on Oocyte and, on occasion, Oviduct. The various areas that Edward L. Squires examines in his Semen study include Yolk, Skimmed milk, Motility and Artificial insemination.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Andrology, Endocrinology, Internal medicine, Pregnancy and Estrous cycle. His Andrology research includes themes of Embryo transfer, Embryo and Reproductive technology. His research investigates the connection between Endocrinology and topics such as Serum amyloid A that intersect with problems in Peripheral and Acute-phase protein.
While the research belongs to areas of Internal medicine, Edward L. Squires spends his time largely on the problem of Folliculogenesis, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Follicular fluid. His Pregnancy research incorporates elements of Physiology, Foal and Obstetrics. His Estrous cycle research integrates issues from Ovulation, Luteal phase, Receptor, Prostaglandin E2 receptor and Endometrium.
Edward L. Squires mainly focuses on Andrology, Internal medicine, Endocrinology, Pregnancy and Estrous cycle. His Andrology study focuses mostly on Semen and Sperm. His study in the field of Serum amyloid A, Peripheral, Haptoglobin and Theca is also linked to topics like Immunoassay.
The concepts of his Endocrinology study are interwoven with issues in Follicular fluid and Folliculogenesis. The study incorporates disciplines such as Estrone and Blood plasma in addition to Pregnancy. His Estrous cycle study incorporates themes from Endometrium, Receptor, Prostaglandin E2 receptor and Uteroglobin.
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Adding cholesterol to the stallion sperm plasma membrane improves cryosurvival.
Amanda I. Moore;Edward L. Squires;James K. Graham.
Embryo technologies in the horse.
E.L Squires;E.M Carnevale;P.M McCue;J.E Bruemmer.
Evaluation of alternative cryoprotectants for preserving stallion spermatozoa.
E.L Squires;S.L Keith;J.K Graham.
Insemination of mares with low numbers of either unsexed or sexed spermatozoa.
B.R. Buchanan;G.E. Seidel;P.M. McCue;J.L. Schenk.
Effect of centrifugation and partial removal of seminal plasma on equine spermatozoal motility after cooling and storage.
S.P. Brinsko;E.C. Crockett;E.L. Squires.
The current status of equine embryo transfer.
E.L Squires;P.M McCue;D Vanderwall.
Factors affecting pregnancy rates and early embryonic death after equine embryo transfer
E.M. Carnevale;R.J. Ramirez;E.L. Squires;M.A. Alvarenga.
Determination of temperature and cooling rate which induce cold shock in stallion spermatozoa.
D.M. Moran;D.J. Jasko;E.L. Squires;R.P. Amann.
Effect of seminal plasma and egg yolk on motion characteristics of cooled stallion spermatozoa
D.J. Jasko;J.A. Hathaway;V.L. Schaltenbrand;W.D. Simper.
Morphologic assessment of the equine embryo
McKinnon Ao;Squires El.
Javma-journal of The American Veterinary Medical Association (1988)
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