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Duane Kraemer

Senior Professor


Phone: (979) 845-5761

Mailstop: 4466

Department: VTPP

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  • 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


  • 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.


Development and Evaluation of An oral Contraceptive Bait for Feral Pigs
S. Campbell, C. Long, L. Mayer, M. Westhusin, C. Dyer, D. Kraemer
Cilostazol blocks pregnancy in naturally cycling mice
Taiyeb AM, Sayes CM, Ridha Albarzanchi, Fajt V, Dees WL, Kraemer DC
Contraception. 2014 (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.
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. 2013 96:46-52.
Cilostazol blocks pregnancy in naturally cycling mice.
Taiyeb AM Sayes CM, Ridha Albarzanchi MT, Fajt v Dees WL, Kraemer DC.
Contraception 87:443-8.

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