Dr. Stephen A. Krawetz

Dr. Stephen A. Krawetz   
Charlotte B. Failing Professor of Fetal Therapy and Diagnosis  
Associate Director C.S. Mott Center for Human Growth and Development  
Director, Center of Excellence: Paternal Impact of Toxicological Exposure  
Wayne State University School of Medicine  
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology  
Center for Molecular Medicine and Genetics  

 

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Wykes et al. 1995. Coordinate expression of the PRM1, PRM2, and TNP2 multigene locus in human testis. [click to go to PubMed]
Schmid et al. 2001 Sperm nuclear matrix association of the PRM1-->PRM2-->TNP2 domain is independent of Alu methylation.  [click to go to PubMed]
A sperm's tale| editor's summary 08.11.05
"The secret life of sperm" by Claire Ainsworth | Nature news feature 08.11.05
"Paternal contribution: new insights and future challanges" | Nature Reviews Genetics 6: 633-642 08..05
"The controversy, potential and roles of spermatozoal RNA" | Trends in Molecular Medicine [PubMed] 04..05
"Reproductive biology: delivering spermatozoan RNA to the oocyte" | Nature [PubMed] 05..04

Krawetz to establish center of excellence on environment, fertility | WSUSOM press release 07.20.04

1995: v.14 no.2 2001: vol 7 no. 10
Genetic Research : WSU basic scientist seeks key to successful gene transfer Introduction to Bioinformatics: a theoretical and practical approach.  Stephen A. Krawetz and David D. Womble, eds. Humana Press, 2002. [go to Humana Press...]

Krawetz Group publications     go to Klab publications...
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Wayne Medicine 1996 Humana Press, 2003

 

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