Rafael A. Fissore mostly deals with Cell biology, Sperm, Oocyte activation, Endocrinology and Internal medicine. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Receptor and Gamete, Human fertilization. Rafael A. Fissore has researched Sperm in several fields, including Phospholipase, Calcium, Phospholipase C and Inositol.
His Calcium study incorporates themes from Intracellular and Incubation. The concepts of his Oocyte activation study are interwoven with issues in Andrology and Male infertility. In his study, Kinase is inextricably linked to Oocyte, which falls within the broad field of Endocrinology.
Rafael A. Fissore mainly investigates Cell biology, Oocyte activation, Sperm, Oocyte and Human fertilization. His Cell biology research includes elements of Receptor, Inositol and Calcium. His studies in Oocyte activation integrate themes in fields like Molecular biology, Intracytoplasmic sperm injection, Phospholipase C and Calcium signaling.
Rafael A. Fissore usually deals with Sperm and limits it to topics linked to Intracellular and Botany. He works mostly in the field of Oocyte, limiting it down to concerns involving Endocrinology and, occasionally, Phospholipase. His Human fertilization research incorporates themes from Zygote and Meiosis.
His primary areas of investigation include Cell biology, Oocyte activation, Sperm, Human fertilization and Oocyte. His Calcium research extends to Cell biology, which is thematically connected. Rafael A. Fissore interconnects Endocrinology, Extracellular, Internal medicine, Transient receptor potential channel and Kinase in the investigation of issues within Oocyte activation.
The Sperm study combines topics in areas such as Polyspermy, Intracytoplasmic sperm injection, In vitro fertilisation and Phospholipase C. His In vitro fertilisation study combines topics in areas such as Ionophore, Calcium in biology and Voltage-dependent calcium channel. He has included themes like Offspring, Andrology, Bubalus and Fertilisation in his Human fertilization study.
His primary areas of study are Cell biology, Sperm, Oocyte activation, Human fertilization and Embryo. His research in Cell biology intersects with topics in Integral membrane protein and Tetratricopeptide. His study focuses on the intersection of Sperm and fields such as In vitro fertilisation with connections in the field of Ionophore, Intracellular and Fertilisation.
His Oocyte activation research is included under the broader classification of Oocyte. The various areas that Rafael A. Fissore examines in his Oocyte study include Cytoplasm, Calcium, Actin cytoskeleton, Anatomy and Stimulation. His Human fertilization study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Offspring and Andrology.
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Egg-to-embryo transition is driven by differential responses to Ca(2+) oscillation number.
Tom Ducibella;Daniel Huneau;Elizabeth Angelichio;Zhe Xu.
Developmental Biology (2002)
Human sperm devoid of PLC, zeta 1 fail to induce Ca2+ release and are unable to initiate the first step of embryo development
Sook-Young Yoon;Teru Jellerette;Ana Maria Salicioni;Hoi Chang Lee.
Journal of Clinical Investigation (2008)
Reduced amounts and abnormal forms of phospholipase C zeta (PLCzeta) in spermatozoa from infertile men.
E. Heytens;J. Parrington;K. Coward;K. Coward;C. Young.
Human Reproduction (2009)
Fertilization in Mammals
Harvey M. Florman;Rafael A. Fissore.
Knobil and Neill's Physiology of Reproduction (Fourth Edition) (2015)
The roles of Ca2+, downstream protein kinases, and oscillatory signaling in regulating fertilization and the activation of development.
Tom Ducibella;Rafael Fissore.
Developmental Biology (2008)
Patterns of intracellular Ca2+ concentrations in fertilized bovine eggs.
Rafael A. Fissore;John R. Dobrinsky;John J. Balise;Robert T. Duby.
Biology of Reproduction (1992)
Down-regulation of the inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate receptor in mouse eggs following fertilization or parthenogenetic activation.
Teru Jellerette;Chang Li He;Hua Wu;Jan B. Parys.
Developmental Biology (2000)
Potential role of mitogen-activated protein kinase during meiosis resumption in bovine oocytes.
R. A. Fissore;Chang Li He;G. F. Vande Woude.
Biology of Reproduction (1996)
Injection of a porcine sperm factor triggers calcium oscillations in mouse oocytes and bovine eggs
Hua Wu;Chang Li He;Rafael A. Fissore.
Molecular Reproduction and Development (1997)
Evaluation of developmental competence, nuclear and ooplasmic maturation of calf oocytes
P. Damiani;R.A. Fissore;J.B. Cibelli;C.R. Long.
Molecular Reproduction and Development (1996)
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