Genetics, Globozoospermia, Infertility, Male infertility and Mutation are his primary areas of study. His research on Genetics frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Molecular biology. His Globozoospermia research includes elements of Acrosome, Teratozoospermia, Nucleus and Zona pellucida.
His work carried out in the field of Acrosome brings together such families of science as Transmembrane protein, Oocyte, Founder effect and Cell biology. As part of the same scientific family, Pierre F. Ray usually focuses on Male infertility, concentrating on Sperm motility and intersecting with Flagellum. His research in the fields of Frameshift mutation overlaps with other disciplines such as Aurora Kinase C, Haddad syndrome and Neurocristopathy.
Pierre F. Ray mostly deals with Genetics, Sperm, Male infertility, Gene and Infertility. His study in Mutation, Globozoospermia, Phenotype, Exome sequencing and Allele is carried out as part of his Genetics studies. His Globozoospermia study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Acrosome, Teratozoospermia and Human genetics.
Pierre F. Ray interconnects Spermatogenesis and Cell biology in the investigation of issues within Sperm. His research investigates the connection between Male infertility and topics such as Bioinformatics that intersect with issues in Gamete. His Infertility research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Fertility and Reproductive technology.
Pierre F. Ray mainly focuses on Sperm, Genetics, Male infertility, Gene and Cell biology. His Sperm research incorporates elements of Sperm flagellum and Flagellum. Exome sequencing, Mutation, Frameshift mutation, Sanger sequencing and Teratozoospermia are among the areas of Genetics where Pierre F. Ray concentrates his study.
His Teratozoospermia study which covers Acephalic spermatozoa that intersects with Globozoospermia. Infertility covers Pierre F. Ray research in Male infertility. His Cell biology study combines topics in areas such as Chromatin and Axoneme.
His primary scientific interests are in Sperm, Male infertility, Genetics, Infertility and Genetic heterogeneity. Pierre F. Ray has included themes like Phenotype, Compound heterozygosity and Genetic analysis in his Sperm study. His Phenotype study deals with Asthenozoospermia intersecting with Flagellum.
His Genetic analysis study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Exome sequencing and Sanger sequencing. The Male infertility study combines topics in areas such as Mutation, Frameshift mutation, Intraflagellar transport and Allele. His research combines Exome and Infertility.
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Polyalanine expansion and frameshift mutations of the paired-like homeobox gene PHOX2B in congenital central hypoventilation syndrome
Jeanne Amiel;Béatrice Laudier;Tania Attié-Bitach;Ha Trang.
Nature Genetics (2003)
ESHRE preimplantation genetic diagnosis consortium: Data collection III (May 2001)
K Sermon;J. C. Harper;J Geraedts;C de Die-Smulders.
Human Reproduction (2002)
Homozygous mutation of AURKC yields large-headed polyploid spermatozoa and causes male infertility.
Klaus Dieterich;Ricardo Soto Rifo;Ricardo Soto Rifo;Anne Karen Faure;Anne Karen Faure;Sylviane Hennebicq;Sylviane Hennebicq.
Nature Genetics (2007)
Allelic drop-out and preferential amplification in single cells and human blastomeres: implications for preimplantation diagnosis of sex and cystic fibrosis.
Ian Findlay;Pierre Ray;Phil Quirke;Anthony Rutherford.
Human Reproduction (1995)
Absence of Triadin, a Protein of the Calcium Release Complex, is Responsible for Cardiac Arrhythmia with Sudden Death in Human
Nathalie Roux-Buisson;Marine Cacheux;Marine Cacheux;Anne Fourest-Lieuvin;Anne Fourest-Lieuvin;Jeremy Fauconnier.
Human Molecular Genetics (2012)
Mutations in DNAH1, which encodes an inner arm heavy chain dynein, lead to male infertility from multiple morphological abnormalities of the sperm flagella.
Mariem Ben Khelifa;Mariem Ben Khelifa;Mariem Ben Khelifa;Charles Coutton;Charles Coutton;Raoudha Zouari;Thomas Karaouzène;Thomas Karaouzène.
American Journal of Human Genetics (2014)
A Recurrent Deletion of DPY19L2 Causes Infertility in Man by Blocking Sperm Head Elongation and Acrosome Formation
Radu Harbuz;Radu Harbuz;Raoudha Zouari;Virginie Pierre;Virginie Pierre;Mariem Ben Khelifa;Mariem Ben Khelifa.
American Journal of Human Genetics (2011)
Teratozoospermia: spotlight on the main genetic actors in the human
Charles Coutton;Jessica Escoffier;Guillaume Martinez;Christophe Arnoult.
Human Reproduction Update (2015)
DPY19L2 deletion as a major cause of globozoospermia.
Isabelle Koscinski;Elias ElInati;Camille Fossard;Claire Redin.
American Journal of Human Genetics (2011)
Increased number of cells and metabolic activity in male human preimplantation embryos following in vitro fertilization.
P. F. Ray;J. Conaghan;R. M. L. Winston;A. H. Handyside.
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