2009 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Mary Ann Handel spends much of his time researching Meiosis, Genetics, Prophase, Molecular biology and Spermatogenesis. His Meiosis research includes themes of Chromatin, Homologous chromosome and Karyotype. Genetics is a component of his Chromosomal crossover, Gene, X chromosome, Chromosome and Phenotype studies.
His Prophase study combines topics in areas such as Metaphase and Premature chromosome condensation. His work in Molecular biology covers topics such as Chiasma which are related to areas like Bivalent. His work deals with themes such as Oogenesis, DNA repair, Meiotic Prophase I and Cell biology, which intersect with Spermatogenesis.
His primary scientific interests are in Genetics, Meiosis, Molecular biology, Spermatogenesis and Gene. His research related to Phenotype, Synapsis, Sterility, X chromosome and Homologous chromosome might be considered part of Genetics. Mary Ann Handel combines subjects such as Chromatin, Homologous recombination and Cell biology with his study of Meiosis.
His study focuses on the intersection of Molecular biology and fields such as Mutant with connections in the field of Sperm and Nonsense mutation. His work investigates the relationship between Spermatogenesis and topics such as Mutation that intersect with problems in Golgi apparatus. His research integrates issues of Metaphase, Premature chromosome condensation and Spermatocyte in his study of Prophase.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Genetics, Meiosis, Cell biology, Prophase and Synapsis. Genetics is closely attributed to Fertility in his research. His work on Chromosomal crossover as part of general Meiosis study is frequently linked to Gametogenesis, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His research in Cell biology intersects with topics in Mutagenesis, Granulosa cell and Gonad. The various areas that Mary Ann Handel examines in his Prophase study include Metaphase, Molecular biology, Spermatocyte and Spermatogenesis. His work carried out in the field of Synapsis brings together such families of science as Cohesin and Chromosome segregation.
Mary Ann Handel mostly deals with Genetics, Meiosis, Synapsis, Chromosomal crossover and Gene. His Genetics study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Identification. His work often combines Meiosis and Gametogenesis studies.
Mary Ann Handel has included themes like Promoter, Chromatin immunoprecipitation, MYB, Transcription factor and Genetic screen in his Synapsis study. His Chromosomal crossover study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Origin and function of meiosis, Aneuploidy, Model organism and Genomics. His studies in Cell biology integrate themes in fields like In vitro, Synaptonemal complex, Synaptonemal complex disassembly and Meiotic Prophase I.
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Meiotic prophase arrest with failure of chromosome synapsis in mice deficient for Dmc1, a germline-specific RecA homolog.
Douglas L. Pittman;John Cobb;Kerry J. Schimenti;Lawriston A. Wilson.
Molecular Cell (1998)
Genetics of mammalian meiosis: regulation, dynamics and impact on fertility
Mary Ann Handel;John C. Schimenti.
Nature Reviews Genetics (2010)
Sex chromosomes, recombination, and chromatin conformation
Bruce D. McKee;Mary Ann Handel.
The XY body: a specialized meiotic chromatin domain
Mary Ann Handel.
Experimental Cell Research (2004)
Ultra-High Resolution 3D Imaging of Whole Cells
Fang Huang;Fang Huang;George Sirinakis;George Sirinakis;Edward S. Allgeyer;Edward S. Allgeyer;Lena K. Schroeder.
BRCA2 deficiency in mice leads to meiotic impairment and infertility.
Shyam K. Sharan;April Pyle;Vincenzo Coppola;Janice Babus.
ASYMMETRY AND POLYMORPHISM OF HYBRID MALE STERILITY DURING THE EARLY STAGES OF SPECIATION IN HOUSE MICE
Jeffrey M. Good;Mary Ann Handel;Michael W. Nachman.
Meiotic events at the centromeric heterochromatin: histone H3 phosphorylation, topoisomerase IIα localization and chromosome condensation
John Cobb;Mitsuko Miyaike;Akihiko Kikuchi;Mary Ann Handel.
Acquisition of Competence to Condense Metaphase I Chromosomes during Spermatogenesis
John Cobb;Benjamin Cargile;Mary Ann Handel.
Developmental Biology (1999)
Evidence for meiotic spindle checkpoint from analysis of spermatocytes from Robertsonian-chromosome heterozygous mice.
Shannon Eaker;April Pyle;John Cobb;Mary Ann Handel.
Journal of Cell Science (2001)
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