Trevor G Cooper

Summary

Country: Germany

Publications

  1. Cooper T, Yeung C. Recent biochemical approaches to post-testicular, epididymal contraception. Hum Reprod Update. 1999;5:141-52 pubmed
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  2. Cooper T, Yeung C. Approaches to post-testicular contraception. Asian J Androl. 1999;1:29-36 pubmed
    ..Future contraceptive developments may arise from production of targeted inhibitors, research on the displacement of sperm proteins in the epididymis and interference with sperm plasma membrane ion channels. ..
  3. Cooper T, Wagenfeld A, Cornwall G, Hsia N, Chu S, Orgebin Crist M, et al. Gene and protein expression in the epididymis of infertile c-ros receptor tyrosine kinase-deficient mice. Biol Reprod. 2003;69:1750-62 pubmed
    ..The changes in these genes could affect sperm function by modifying the composition of epididymal fluid and explain the infertility of the KO males. These genes may be targets for a posttesticular contraceptive. ..
  4. Cooper T, Yeung C, Wagenfeld A, Nieschlag E, Poutanen M, Huhtaniemi I, et al. Mouse models of infertility due to swollen spermatozoa. Mol Cell Endocrinol. 2004;216:55-63 pubmed
    ..Further analysis could pinpoint genes essential for epididymal regulation of sperm volume, explain infertility and suggest modes of male contraception. ..
  5. Cooper T, Hellenkemper B, Jonckheere J, Callewaert N, Grootenhuis A, Kersemaekers W, et al. Azoospermia: virtual reality or possible to quantify?. J Androl. 2006;27:483-90 pubmed

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Publications5

  1. Cooper T, Yeung C. Recent biochemical approaches to post-testicular, epididymal contraception. Hum Reprod Update. 1999;5:141-52 pubmed
    ....
  2. Cooper T, Yeung C. Approaches to post-testicular contraception. Asian J Androl. 1999;1:29-36 pubmed
    ..Future contraceptive developments may arise from production of targeted inhibitors, research on the displacement of sperm proteins in the epididymis and interference with sperm plasma membrane ion channels. ..
  3. Cooper T, Wagenfeld A, Cornwall G, Hsia N, Chu S, Orgebin Crist M, et al. Gene and protein expression in the epididymis of infertile c-ros receptor tyrosine kinase-deficient mice. Biol Reprod. 2003;69:1750-62 pubmed
    ..The changes in these genes could affect sperm function by modifying the composition of epididymal fluid and explain the infertility of the KO males. These genes may be targets for a posttesticular contraceptive. ..
  4. Cooper T, Yeung C, Wagenfeld A, Nieschlag E, Poutanen M, Huhtaniemi I, et al. Mouse models of infertility due to swollen spermatozoa. Mol Cell Endocrinol. 2004;216:55-63 pubmed
    ..Further analysis could pinpoint genes essential for epididymal regulation of sperm volume, explain infertility and suggest modes of male contraception. ..
  5. Cooper T, Hellenkemper B, Jonckheere J, Callewaert N, Grootenhuis A, Kersemaekers W, et al. Azoospermia: virtual reality or possible to quantify?. J Androl. 2006;27:483-90 pubmed