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Tracy Clement

Assistant Professor

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Department: VTPP

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Education

  • Postdoc Animal Transgenics & Spermatogenesis, National Institute of Environmental Health Sci 2014
  • Ph.D. Genetics & Cell Biology (Epigenetics & Testis Dev), Washington State University 2009
  • B.S. Biology, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point 2002

Scholarly Interests

Genetics, epigenetics, molecular and cellular biology of male fertility; Cyto/nucleoskeletal morphogenesis in the developing spermatid, contribution of these mechanisms to epigenetic preconception exposure of the male germ-line affecting offspring health and disease, proteomics and genomics during spermiogenesis, developmental biology of sex determination.

Publications

Disrupting Cyclin Dependent Kinase 1 in Spermatocytes Causes Late Meiotic Arrest and Infertility in Mice.
Tracy M Clement, Amy L Inselman, Eugenia H Goulding, William D Willis, Edward M Eddy
Biology of reproduction. 2015 93(6):137.
Nuclear removal during terminal lens fiber cell differentiation requires CDK1 activity: appropriating mitosis-related nuclear disassembly.
Blake R Chaffee, Fu Shang, Min-Lee Chang, Tracy M Clement, Edward M Eddy, Brad D Wagner, Masaki Nakahara, Shigekazu Nagata, Michael L Robinson, Allen Taylor
Development (Cambridge, England). 2014 141(17):3388-98.
SRY directly regulates the neurotrophin 3 promoter during male sex determination and testis development in rats.
Tracy M Clement, Ramji K Bhandari, Ingrid Sadler-Riggleman, Michael K Skinner
Biology of reproduction. 2011 85(2):277-84.
Basic helix-loop-helix transcription factor TCF21 is a downstream target of the male sex determining gene SRY.
Ramji K Bhandari, Ingrid Sadler-Riggleman, Tracy M Clement, Michael K Skinner
PloS one. 2011 6(5):.
Alterations in the developing testis transcriptome following embryonic vinclozolin exposure.
Tracy M Clement, Marina I Savenkova, Matthew Settles, Matthew D Anway, Michael K Skinner
Reproductive toxicology (Elmsford, N.Y.). 2010 30(3):353-64.
Regulation of the gonadal transcriptome during sex determination and testis morphogenesis: comparative candidate genes.
Tracy M Clement, Matthew D Anway, Mehmet Uzumcu, Michael K Skinner
Reproduction (Cambridge, England). 2007 134(3):455-72.


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