2001 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Paul Primakoff mainly investigates Sperm, ADAM3, Sperm-Ovum Interactions, ADAM Proteins and Lipid bilayer fusion. His research in Sperm intersects with topics in Molecular biology, Human fertilization, Zona pellucida and Cell biology. His Membrane protein research extends to the thematically linked field of Molecular biology.
Paul Primakoff has researched Zona pellucida in several fields, including Acrosome, Antibody, Immunology, Antigen and Acrosome reaction. Part of his project on ADAM Proteins includes research on Biochemistry and Disintegrin. His work is dedicated to discovering how Lipid bilayer fusion, Protein subunit are connected with Integrin binding, Peptide sequence, Binding site, Receptor and Integrin and other disciplines.
Paul Primakoff mainly investigates Sperm, Cell biology, Molecular biology, Zona pellucida and Biochemistry. His Sperm research incorporates themes from Sperm-Ovum Interactions and Antibody, Immunology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Genetics, Cell membrane, Gamete, ADAM3 and Membrane protein.
His ADAM3 research includes elements of Lipid bilayer fusion, Plasma membrane fusion, Wild type, ADAM Proteins and Spermatogenesis. As a part of the same scientific family, Paul Primakoff mostly works in the field of Molecular biology, focusing on Monoclonal antibody and, on occasion, Molecular mass and Hamster. His research in Zona pellucida tackles topics such as Human fertilization which are related to areas like Egg protein.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Cell biology, Sperm, Gamete, Membrane protein and Sperm-Ovum Interactions. His Cell biology research integrates issues from Membrane, Cell membrane, Zona pellucida and Human fertilization. His studies in Sperm integrate themes in fields like ADAM3, Fusion protein and Actin.
His work deals with themes such as Acrosome reaction, Tetraspanin and Gene, which intersect with Gamete. His Membrane protein study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as RNA, Molecular biology, Trefoil domain and Transmembrane protein. His Sperm-Ovum Interactions research includes themes of Wild type, Membrane glycoproteins, ANTIGENS CD and Insemination.
His primary areas of study are Sperm, Cell biology, Sperm-Ovum Interactions, Radius of curvature and Membrane. His Sperm study combines topics in areas such as Protein disulfide-isomerase and Membrane protein. His research integrates issues of Isomerase, Acrosome reaction, Gamete and Somatic cell in his study of Protein disulfide-isomerase.
His studies link Heat shock protein with Somatic cell. Paul Primakoff has included themes like Proteome, Acrosome, Zona pellucida and Human fertilization in his Membrane protein study. Radius of curvature combines with fields such as Latrunculin, Fusion protein and Actin in his work.
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A potential fusion peptide and an integrin ligand domain in a protein active in sperm-egg fusion.
Carl P. Blobel;Tyra G. Wolfsberg;Christoph W. Turck;Diana G. Myles.
The ADAM gene family: surface proteins with adhesion and protease activity.
Paul Primakoff;Diana G Myles.
Trends in Genetics (2000)
Fertilization Defects in Sperm from Mice Lacking Fertilin β
Chunghee Cho;Donna O.Dell Bunch;Jean Emmanuel Faure;Jean Emmanuel Faure;Eugenia H. Goulding.
ADAM, a widely distributed and developmentally regulated gene family encoding membrane proteins with a disintegrin and metalloprotease domain.
Tyra G. Wolfsberg;Paul D. Straight;Robyn L. Gerena;Ari-Pekka J. Huovila.
Developmental Biology (1995)
Identification and purification of a sperm surface protein with a potential role in sperm-egg membrane fusion.
Paul Primakoff;Hilary Hyatt;Joanne Tredick-Kline.
Journal of Cell Biology (1987)
Penetration, adhesion, and fusion in mammalian sperm-egg interaction.
Paul Primakoff;Diana G. Myles.
A hyaluronidase activity of the sperm plasma membrane protein PH-20 enables sperm to penetrate the cumulus cell layer surrounding the egg.
Ying Lin;Kimberly Mahan;William E Lathrop;Diana G. Myles.
Journal of Cell Biology (1994)
Fully effective contraception in male and female guinea pigs immunized with the sperm protein PH-20.
Paul Primakoff;William Lathrop;Laura Woolman;Ann Cowan.
Analysis of Loss of Adhesive Function in Sperm Lacking Cyritestin or Fertilin β
Hitoshi Nishimura;Chunghee Cho;Daniel R. Branciforte;Diana G. Myles.
Developmental Biology (2001)
Identification of a binding site in the disintegrin domain of fertilin required for sperm-egg fusion
Diana G. Myles;Lida H. Kimmel;Carl P. Blobel;Judith M. White.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1994)
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