Tag: Institute for Biogenesis Research

Y gene not necessary for assisted reproduction of mice

Y gene not necessary for assisted reproduction of mice

January 28, 2016  |  2 Comments
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New John A. Burns School of Medicine study discovers two genes can be substituted for Y chromosome in spermatogenesis and reproduction

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Genetics discovery sheds new light on function of Y chromosome gene

Genetics discovery sheds new light on function of Y chromosome gene

January 5, 2016  |  1 Comment
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Institute for Biogenesis Research scientists uncover substantial new knowledge about the function of the Y chromosome gene.

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$10.8 million reproductive research grant awarded to UH medical school

$10.8 million reproductive research grant awarded to UH medical school

September 15, 2014  |  Comments
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$10.8 million supports continued research in reproductive and developmental biomedical research at the John A. Burns School of Medicine.

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UH’s reproductive technique produces glowing green pigs

UH’s reproductive technique produces glowing green pigs

January 7, 2014  |  Comments
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The green pigs demonstrate the success of the Institute for Biogenesis Research’s reproductive science technique.

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Infertile mice generate offspring in assisted reproduction study

Infertile mice generate offspring in assisted reproduction study

November 22, 2013  |  Comments
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Researchers from the John A. Burns School of Medicine reveal minimum Y chromosome contribution required for assisted reproduction in infertile male mice.

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Glowing green rabbits product of international collaboration

Glowing green rabbits product of international collaboration

August 8, 2013  |  5 Comments
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Medical researchers at UH Mānoa’s Institute for Biogenesis Research and scientists in Turkey have produced a pair of transgenic rabbits.

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