The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Molecular biology, Sperm, Cell biology, Zona pellucida and Human fertilization. His Molecular biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Complementary DNA, Messenger RNA, Gene, Untranslated region and Gene isoform. His study on Acrosome is often connected to Filamentous actin as part of broader study in Sperm.
He combines subjects such as Epididymis and Immunology with his study of Cell biology. His work investigates the relationship between Zona pellucida and topics such as Spermatozoon that intersect with problems in Acrosome reaction and Binding protein. His Human fertilization research incorporates elements of Monoclonal antibody and Cell–cell interaction.
Michael G. O'Rand spends much of his time researching Cell biology, Sperm, Molecular biology, Antigen and Human fertilization. His study in the field of Sperm membrane also crosses realms of Semenogelin. His research in Sperm intersects with topics in Semen, Zona pellucida and Motility.
Michael G. O'Rand has researched Molecular biology in several fields, including Amino acid, Complementary DNA, Messenger RNA, Gene and NASP. Michael G. O'Rand focuses mostly in the field of Antigen, narrowing it down to topics relating to Antibody and, in certain cases, Immunocontraception and Serine protease. His research investigates the link between Human fertilization and topics such as Monoclonal antibody that cross with problems in Membrane glycoproteins.
His primary areas of study are Sperm motility, Cell biology, Sperm, Andrology and Semenogelin. The Sperm motility study combines topics in areas such as Amino acid, Molecular biology, Internal medicine and Endocrinology. His Molecular biology research includes themes of Cell cycle, Cell growth and Gene expression profiling.
His work on Chaperone as part of general Cell biology research is frequently linked to Semenogelin I, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Sperm research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Semen, Motility and Reproduction. The Epididymis and Male Reproductive Tract research Michael G. O'Rand does as part of his general Andrology study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Epididymal protease inhibitor, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
Michael G. O'Rand focuses on Sperm, Semenogelin, Sperm motility, Cell biology and Male contraceptive. His Sperm study combines topics in areas such as Semen, Immunology, Antigen and Reproduction. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Oocyte, Endocrinology and Human fertilization.
Motility and Recombinant DNA are fields of study that intersect with his Semenogelin research. The Motility study which covers Amino acid that intersects with Molecular biology. His work carried out in the field of Cell biology brings together such families of science as Cyclin-dependent kinase 1, Cyclin B1, NASP and Kinase activity.
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Reversible immunocontraception in male monkeys immunized with eppin.
M. G. O'Rand;E. E. Widgren;P. Sivashanmugam;R. T. Richardson.
Characterization of the rabbit sperm membrane autoantigen, RSA, as a lectin-like zona binding protein.
Michael G. O'Rand;Esther E. Widgren;Susan J. Fisher.
Developmental Biology (1988)
Cloning and sequencing of human Eppin: a novel family of protease inhibitors expressed in the epididymis and testis.
Richard T Richardson;Perumal Sivashanmugam;Susan H Hall;Katherine G Hamil.
Sequence of a rabbit sperm zona pellucida binding protein and localization during the acrosome reaction.
Richard T. Richardson;Noriyuki Yamasaki;Michael G. O'Rand.
Developmental Biology (1994)
Characterization of the Histone H1-binding Protein, NASP, as a Cell Cycle-regulated Somatic Protein
Richard T. Richardson;Iglika N. Batova;Esther E. Widgren;Lian Xing Zheng.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2000)
Sperm-egg recognition and barriers to interspecies fertilization.
Michael G. O'Rand.
Gamete Research (1988)
Antimicrobial Activity of Human EPPIN, an Androgen-Regulated, Sperm-Bound Protein with a Whey Acidic Protein Motif
Suresh Yenugu;Richard T. Richardson;Perumal Sivashanmugam;Zengjun Wang.
Biology of Reproduction (2004)
HE2beta and HE2gamma, new members of an epididymis-specific family of androgen-regulated proteins in the human.
Katherine G. Hamil;P. Sivashanmugam;Richard T. Richardson;Gail Grossman.
Nuclear autoantigenic sperm protein (NASP), a linker histone chaperone that is required for cell proliferation.
Richard T. Richardson;Oleg M. Alekseev;Gail Grossman;Esther E. Widgren.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2006)
Identification and distribution of actin in spermatogenic cells and spermatozoa of the rabbit
Jeffrey E. Welch;Michael G. O'Rand.
Developmental Biology (1985)
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