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Duane Kraemer

Senior Professor

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Phone: (979) 845-5761

Mailstop: 4466

Department: VTPP

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Education

  • Ph.D. Physiology of Reproduct, Texas A&M University 1966
  • D.V.M. Veterinary Medicine, Texas A&M University 1966
  • B.S. Veterinary Science, Texas A&M University 1965
  • M.S. Physiology of Reproduction, Texas A&M University 1960
  • B.S. Animal Husbandry, University of Wisconsin 1955

Credentials

  • DEA Controlled Substance Registration Certificate
  • Texas veterinary Medical License 2427
  • Texas Controlled Substances Registration Certificate

Scholarly Interests

gamete and embryo physiology; embryo transfer, cloning, genetic engineering of mammals; preservation of endangered animals; contraception in animal pests.

Publications

Development and Evaluation of An oral Contraceptive Bait for Feral Pigs
S. Campbell, C. Long, L. Mayer, M. Westhusin, C. Dyer, D. Kraemer.
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Cilostazol blocks pregnancy in naturally cycling mice
Taiyeb AM, Sayes CM, Ridha Albarzanchi, Fajt V, Dees WL, Kraemer DC.
Contraception. ; 2013;87:443-8.
Avian Cloning: Adaption of a technique for enucleation of the avian ovum
Kjelland ME, Romo S, Kraemer DC.
Avian Biology Research. ; 2014;7:131-138.
Cilostazol blocks pregnancy in naturally cycling mice.
Taiyeb AM Sayes CM, Ridha Albarzanchi MT, Fajt v Dees WL, Kraemer DC. .
Contraception 87:443-8. ; .
In vitro effects of cilotazol, a phosphodiesterase IIIA inhibitor, on mouse oocyte maturation and morphology
Taiyeb AM, Dees WL, Ridha-Albarzanchi MT, Sayes CM, Kraemer DC.
Clin Exp Physiol. ; 2014;41:147-53.
Cilostazol administered to female mice induces ovulation of mature oocytes: A Contraceptive Animal Model
Taiyeb AM, Ridha MT, Sayes CM, Dees WL, Kraemer DC.
Life Sci. ; 2014;96:46-52.


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