Ling Hui, Ph.D.

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2004 Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
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Molecular Biology, Animal Physiology Biology
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Stephen H. Pilder grad student 2004 Temple University
 (A molecular and in silico analysis of the t complex sperm-oolemma penetration trait.)
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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
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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