Florman Lab Publications

 

This collection showcases the journal articles and other publications authored by researchers in the Florman Lab at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. The Florman Lab joined the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology in 2017 from the former Department of Cell and Developmental Biology.

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Publications from 2012

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Coup d'oeil of sperm, Harvey M. Florman, Wenlei Cao, Melissa K. Jungnickel, Keith A. Sutton, and Pei-Shiue Tsai (Molecular reproduction and development)

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Evolution of the Voltage Sensor Domain of the Voltage-Sensitive Phosphoinositide Phosphatase, VSP/TPTE, Suggests a Role as a Proton Channel in Eutherian Mammals, Keith A. Sutton, Melissa K. Jungnickel, Luca Jovine, and Harvey M. Florman (Molecular biology and evolution)

Publications from 2010

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Shedding light on sperm pHertility, Harvey M. Florman, Melissa K. Jungnickel, and Keith A. Sutton (Cell)

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CPEB4 is a cell survival protein retained in the nucleus upon ischemia or endoplasmic reticulum calcium depletion, Ming-Chung Kan, Aparna Oruganty-Das, Amalene Cooper-Morgan, Guang Jin, Sharon A. Swanger, Gary J. Bassell, Harvey M. Florman, Klaus van Leyen, and Joel D. Richter (Molecular and cellular biology)

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Mechanisms of sperm-egg interactions: between sugars and broken bonds, Pablo E. Visconti and Harvey M. Florman (Science signaling)

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On the shoulders of giants: Robert G. Edwards, Nobel Laureate, Carmen Williams, Harvey M. Florman, and Ryuzo Yanagamachi (Molecular reproduction and development)

Publications from 2008

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Regulating the acrosome reaction, Harvey M. Florman, Melissa K. Jungnickel, and Keith A. Sutton

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A polycystin-1 controls postcopulatory reproductive selection in mice, Keith A. Sutton, Melissa K. Jungnickel, and Harvey M. Florman

Publications from 2007

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What can we learn about fertilization from cystic fibrosis, Harvey M. Florman, Melissa K. Jungnickel, and Keith A. Sutton

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Phosphoinositide-dependent pathways in mouse sperm are regulated by egg ZP3 and drive the acrosome reaction, Melissa K. Jungnickel, Keith A. Sutton, Yanli Wang, and Harvey M. Florman

Publications from 2006

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Functional characterization of PKDREJ, a male germ cell-restricted polycystin, Keith A. Sutton, Melissa K. Jungnickel, Christopher J. Ward, Peter C. Harris, and Harvey M. Florman (Journal of cellular physiology)

Publications from 2000

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Ca(2+) entry through store-operated channels in mouse sperm is initiated by egg ZP3 and drives the acrosome reaction, Christine M. B. O'Toole, Christophe Arnoult, Alberto Darszon, Richard A. Steinhardt, and Harvey M. Florman