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Future Blog Post

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Blog Post 23

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Electronic Lab Notebooks Using Rstudio

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One-way sharing of Rstudio output managed in Workflowr using Beaker Browser: UPDATE 082817

Visit to the U.K.

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Visiting the laboratories of collaborators Evelyn Telfer at the University of Edinburgh and Dagan Wells of the University of Oxford this week of April 24th, 2017.

Reproducible Research Club 4/7/17: Inaugural Meeting!

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Visiting Speaker Tobin Magle provided a super lecture introducing attendees to reproducible research concepts and workflow. Materials and links were provided helping people get started. If interested in access to RRC materials (via invitation to the Club GitHub repository), including RStudio templates, email Josh at joshua.2.johnson@ucdenver.edu. We’ll hold RRC biweekly, offering statistics and data management “clinic time” at each meeting.

Research Quotes

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Our visiting seminar speaker shared two memorable quotes about research from her (highly quotable) Department Chair:

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publications

Oocyte Generation in Adult Mammalian Ovaries by Putative Germ Cells in Bone Marrow and Peripheral Blood

Published in Cell, 2005

Recommended citation: Johnson, J., Bagley, J., Skaznik-Wikiel, M., Lee, H.-J., Adams, G.B., Niikura, Y., Tschudy, K.S., Canning Tilly, J., Cortes, M. L., Forkert, R., Spitzer, T., Iacomini, J., Scadden, D.T., Tilly, J.L. (2005). "Oocyte Generation in Adult Mammalian Ovaries by Putative Germ Cells in Bone Marrow and Peripheral Blood." Cell. 122, 303-315. http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0092-8674(05)00650-1

mTOR kinase inhibition results in oocyte loss characterized by empty follicles in human ovarian cortical strips cultured in vitro

Published in Fertility and Sterility, 2011

Recommended citation: McLaughlin, M., Patrizio, P., Kayisli, U., Luk, J., Anderson, R., Thomson, T.C., Telfer, E., Johnson, J. (2011). "mTOR kinase inhibition results in oocyte loss characterized by empty follicles in human ovarian cortical strips cultured *in vitro*." Fertility and Sterility. 96, 1154-1159.e1. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0015028211024915

Knockdown of HoxA11 In Vivo in the Uterosacral Ligament and Uterus of Mice Results in Altered Collagen and Matrix Metalloproteinase Activity

Published in Biology of Reproduction, 2012

Recommended citation: Ma, Y., Guess, M., Datar, A., Hennessey, A., Cardenas, A., Johnson, J., Connell, K. (2012). "Knockdown of *HoxA11 In Vivo* in the Uterosacral Ligament and Uterus of Mice Results in Altered Collagen and Matrix Metalloproteinase Activity." Biology of Reproduction. 86, 1-8. http://www.biolreprod.org/content/early/2011/12/16/biolreprod.111.093245.full.pdf+html

Granulosa Cell and Oocyte Mitochondrial Abnormalities in a Mouse Model of Fragile X Primary Ovarian Insufficiency

Published in Molecular Human Reproduction, 2016

Recommended citation: Conca Dioguardi, C., Uslu, B., Haynes, M., Kurus, M., Gul., M., Miao, D-Q., De Santis, L., Ferrari, M., Bellone, S., Santin, A., Giulivi, C., Hoffman, G., Usdin, K., Johnson, J. (2016). "Granulosa Cell and Oocyte Mitochondrial Abnormalities in a Mouse Model of Fragile X Primary Ovarian Insufficiency." Molecular Human Reproduction. 10, 1-11. http://molehr.oxfordjournals.org/content/22/6/384.long

talks

Ovarian Follicle Dynamics

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Provided a brief survey of the field and original data on the development of individual ovarian follicles within dynamic population(s).

In Vitro Derived Oocytes

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Co-leader of expert working group, developing position paper on the state-of-the-science and practicality of generating human eggs in vitro.

Primordial Follicle Growth Activation

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Presentation for Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility Fellows on the genetics and biochemical/signaling regulation of primordial follicle growth activation.

Physiological Compromise in Carriers of The Fragile X Premutation: Lessons from the Ovary

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A ‘general research interests’ talk for the UC-Denver Integrated Physiology Graduate Program, with focus on our work on Fragile X Premutation. I will cover recent progress in studying basic follicle development and survival, challenges in quantifying ovarian follicles, and the interface between reproductive physiology and reproductive medicine.

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