2012 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Epigenetics, Internal medicine, Endocrinology, Genetics and Epigenome are his primary areas of study. His Epigenetics study incorporates themes from DNA methylation, Phenotype, Germline, Disease and Environmental exposure. His Disease research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Genomic imprinting and Somatic cell.
His Cell biology research extends to the thematically linked field of Internal medicine. His Endocrinology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Vinclozolin, Andrology and Folliculogenesis. His Sertoli cell study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Molecular biology, Transferrin and Leydig cell.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Internal medicine, Endocrinology, Epigenetics, Genetics and Sertoli cell. His Internal medicine study frequently links to related topics such as Cell culture. His Endocrinology research incorporates themes from Folliculogenesis, Paracrine signalling and Cell biology.
Michael K. Skinner has included themes like DNA methylation, Epigenome, Germline, Disease and Inheritance in his Epigenetics study. His DNA methylation course of study focuses on Vinclozolin and Endocrine disruptor. His studies deal with areas such as Molecular biology, Transferrin, Sertoli cell differentiation and Cellular differentiation as well as Sertoli cell.
His main research concerns Epigenetics, DNA methylation, Sperm, Disease and Genetics. His Epigenetics study combines topics in areas such as Offspring, Phenotype, Germline, Inheritance and Epigenome. Michael K. Skinner has researched Epigenome in several fields, including Vinclozolin, Transcriptome and Germ cell.
His research in DNA methylation intersects with topics in Histone, Methylation and Physiology. His studies in Disease integrate themes in fields like Parenteral nutrition, Obesity and Early childhood. He studies Genetics, focusing on Lineage in particular.
Michael K. Skinner mainly focuses on Epigenetics, DNA methylation, Sperm, Germline and Disease. His Epigenetics research incorporates elements of Phenotype, Inheritance and Epigenome. The study incorporates disciplines such as Andrology, Spermatogenesis and Gametogenesis in addition to Epigenome.
Michael K. Skinner works in the field of DNA methylation, namely Epigenomics. In Germline, he works on issues like Histone, which are connected to Cell biology. His work deals with themes such as Epigenesis and Physiology, which intersect with Disease.
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Epigenetic Transgenerational Actions of Endocrine Disruptors and Male Fertility
Matthew D. Anway;Andrea S. Cupp;Mehmet Uzumcu;Michael K. Skinner.
Environmental epigenomics and disease susceptibility.
Randy L. Jirtle;Michael K. Skinner.
Nature Reviews Genetics (2007)
Cell-Cell Interactions in the Testis
Michael K. Skinner.
Endocrine Reviews (1991)
Plastics Derived Endocrine Disruptors (BPA, DEHP and DBP) Induce Epigenetic Transgenerational Inheritance of Obesity, Reproductive Disease and Sperm Epimutations
Mohan Manikkam;Rebecca Tracey;Carlos Guerrero-Bosagna;Michael K. Skinner.
PLOS ONE (2013)
EPIGENETIC TRANSGENERATIONAL ACTIONS OF ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS IN DISEASE ETIOLOGY
Michael K. Skinner;Mohan Manikkam;Carlos Guerrero-Bosagna.
Trends in Endocrinology and Metabolism (2010)
Child health, developmental plasticity, and epigenetic programming.
Z. Hochberg;Robert Feil;M. Constancia;M. Fraga.
Endocrine Reviews (2011)
LPA3-mediated lysophosphatidic acid signalling in embryo implantation and spacing.
Xiaoqin Ye;Kotaro Hama;James J. A. Contos;Brigitte Anliker.
CHAPTER 38 – Puberty in the Rat
Sergio R. Ojeda;Michael K. Skinner.
Knobil and Neill's Physiology of Reproduction (Third Edition) (2006)
Endocrine Disruptor Vinclozolin Induced Epigenetic Transgenerational Adult-Onset Disease
Matthew D. Anway;Charles Leathers;Michael K. Skinner.
Regulation of primordial follicle assembly and development
Michael K. Skinner.
Human Reproduction Update (2005)
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