Stephen H. Pilder

Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
Molecular Biology, Genetics, Cell Biology
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Sinha N, Pilder S, Vijayaraghavan S. (2012) Significant expression levels of transgenic PPP1CC2 in testis and sperm are required to overcome the male infertility phenotype of Ppp1cc null mice. Plos One. 7: e47623
Krapf D, Ruan YC, Wertheimer EV, et al. (2012) cSrc is necessary for epididymal development and is incorporated into sperm during epididymal transit. Developmental Biology. 369: 43-53
Krapf D, Arcelay E, Wertheimer EV, et al. (2010) Inhibition of Ser/Thr phosphatases induces capacitation-associated signaling in the presence of Src kinase inhibitors. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 285: 7977-85
Soler DC, Kadunganattil S, Ramdas S, et al. (2009) Expression of transgenic PPP1CC2 in the testis of Ppp1cc-null mice rescues spermatid viability and spermiation but does not restore normal sperm tail ultrastructure, sperm motility, or fertility. Biology of Reproduction. 81: 343-52
Cheng L, Pilder S, Nairn AC, et al. (2009) PP1gamma2 and PPP1R11 are parts of a multimeric complex in developing testicular germ cells in which their steady state levels are reciprocally related. Plos One. 4: e4861
Pilder SH, Lu J, Han Y, et al. (2007) The molecular basis of "curlicue": a sperm motility abnormality linked to the sterility of t haplotype homozygous male mice. Society of Reproduction and Fertility Supplement. 63: 123-33
Chakrabarti R, Kline D, Lu J, et al. (2007) Analysis of Ppp1cc-null mice suggests a role for PP1gamma2 in sperm morphogenesis. Biology of Reproduction. 76: 992-1001
Hui L, Lu J, Han Y, et al. (2006) The mouse T complex gene Tsga2, encoding polypeptides located in the sperm tail and anterior acrosome, maps to a locus associated with sperm motility and sperm-egg interaction abnormalities. Biology of Reproduction. 74: 633-43
Samant SA, Ogunkua OO, Hui L, et al. (2005) The mouse t complex distorter/sterility candidate, Dnahc8, expresses a gamma-type axonemal dynein heavy chain isoform confined to the principal piece of the sperm tail. Developmental Biology. 285: 57-69
Samant SA, Ogunkua O, Hui L, et al. (2002) The T complex distorter 2 candidate gene, Dnahc8, encodes at least two testis-specific axonemal dynein heavy chains that differ extensively at their amino and carboxyl termini. Developmental Biology. 250: 24-43
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