2017 - Fellow of the Mineralogical Society of America For her extensive contributions to our knowledge about the cell cytoskeleton in reproductive biology and cancer, and her service to the Microscopy Society of America and microscopy community.
Heide Schatten mainly investigates Cell biology, Oocyte, Germinal vesicle, Microtubule and Genetics. The various areas that Heide Schatten examines in her Cell biology study include Spindle apparatus, Spindle pole body and Centrosome. As part of one scientific family, Heide Schatten deals mainly with the area of Centrosome, narrowing it down to issues related to the Meiosis, and often Somatic cell.
Her work carried out in the field of Oocyte brings together such families of science as Andrology, Mitochondrion and Human fertilization. Her Germinal vesicle research integrates issues from Prometaphase, Endocrinology, Protein kinase A, Cyclin B1 and Internal medicine. Her studies in Microtubule integrate themes in fields like Multipolar spindles, Polar body and Cytoskeleton, Microfilament.
Heide Schatten mostly deals with Cell biology, Oocyte, Germinal vesicle, Centrosome and Genetics. Heide Schatten interconnects Spindle apparatus, Spindle pole body and Meiosis in the investigation of issues within Cell biology. Heide Schatten usually deals with Oocyte and limits it to topics linked to Embryogenesis and Human fertilization.
Her Germinal vesicle research incorporates themes from Kinase, Protein kinase A, MAPK/ERK pathway, Cyclin B1 and In vitro maturation. Her Centrosome research includes themes of Centriole and Cell division. The Microtubule study combines topics in areas such as Cytoskeleton and Microfilament.
Her main research concerns Cell biology, Oocyte, Meiosis, Andrology and Germinal vesicle. Her study in Cell biology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Metaphase and Spindle organization. Heide Schatten has researched Oocyte in several fields, including Embryogenesis, DNA methylation and Cyclin B1.
Her Meiosis research also works with subjects such as
Her primary scientific interests are in Oocyte, Cell biology, Meiosis, Genetics and Folliculogenesis. Her Oocyte research integrates issues from Spindle apparatus, Spindle checkpoint, Andrology, Mitochondrion and Human fertilization. Her research integrates issues of Metaphase and Cyclin B1 in her study of Cell biology.
Heide Schatten interconnects Molecular biology, Midbody, Cytokinesis and Kinetochore in the investigation of issues within Meiosis. Her work in the fields of Genetics, such as Zygote, Centrosome duplication, DNA replication factor CDT1 and CHEK1, intersects with other areas such as Geminin. Heide Schatten combines subjects such as Follicle, Internal medicine and Endocrinology with her study of Folliculogenesis.
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Oocyte aging: cellular and molecular changes, developmental potential and reversal possibility
Yi-Liang Miao;Kazuhiro Kikuchi;Qing-Yuan Sun;Heide Schatten.
Human Reproduction Update (2009)
Microtubule configurations during fertilization, mitosis, and early development in the mouse and the requirement for egg microtubule-mediated motility during mammalian fertilization
Gerald Schatten;Calvin Simerly;Heide Schatten.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1985)
Paternally induced transgenerational inheritance of susceptibility to diabetes in mammals.
Yanchang Wei;Cai-Rong Yang;Yan-Ping Wei;Zhen-Ao Zhao.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2014)
Behavior of centrosomes during fertilization and cell division in mouse oocytes and in sea urchin eggs
Heide Schatten;Gerald Schatten;Daniel Mazia;Ron Balczon.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1986)
Translocation of active mitochondria during pig oocyte maturation, fertilization and early embryo development in vitro
QY Sun;GM Wu;L Lai;KW Park.
Regulation of dynamic events by microfilaments during oocyte maturation and fertilization
Qing-Yuan Sun;Heide Schatten.
Centrosome Reduction During Gametogenesis and Its Significance
Gaurishankar Manandhar;Heide Schatten;Peter Sutovsky.
Biology of Reproduction (2005)
Mechanisms regulating oocyte meiotic resumption: roles of mitogen-activated protein kinase.
Cheng-Guang Liang;You-Qiang Su;Heng-Yu Fan;Heide Schatten.
Molecular Endocrinology (2007)
Dynamic Events Are Differently Mediated by Microfilaments, Microtubules, and Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinase During Porcine Oocyte Maturation and Fertilization In Vitro
Qing-Yuan Sun;Qing-Yuan Sun;Liangxue Lai;Kwang-Wook Park;Birgit Kühholzer.
Biology of Reproduction (2001)
Spaceflight and clinorotation cause cytoskeleton and mitochondria changes and increases in apoptosis in cultured cells.
Heide Schatten;Marian L. Lewis;Amitabha Chakrabarti.
Acta Astronautica (2001)
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