Faculty and Research
Melissa E. Pepling
Office: LSC 348
Cornell University (1985)
Regulation of mouse oocyte development; Hormone signaling in oocyte differentiation.
425 Cell & Developmental Biology Laboratory
Structural Biology, Biochemistry, and Biophysics Program
Jones, R. L. and Pepling, M. E. (2013). Kit Signaling is Involved in Murine Primordial Follicle Formation. Developmental Biology 382, 186-197.
Jones, R. L. and Pepling, M. E. (2013). Role of the Anti-Apoptotic Proteins BCL2 and MCL1 in the Neonatal Mouse Ovary. Biology of Reproduction 88(2):46, 1-8.
Karavan, J. and Pepling, M. E, (2012). Effects of Estrogenic Compounds on Neonatal Oocyte Development. Reproductive Toxicology 34, 51-56.
Pepling, M. E. (2012). Follicular Assembly: Mechanisms of Action. Reproduction 143, 139-149.
Updated December, 2009
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