Jack Rose


Affiliation: Idaho State University
Country: USA


  1. Hodonu A, Escobar M, Beach L, Hunt J, Rose J. Glycogen metabolism in mink uterine epithelial cells and its regulation by estradiol, progesterone and insulin. Theriogenology. 2019;130:62-70 pubmed publisher
    ..Mink uterine glycogen metabolism appears to be regulated in a reproductive cycle-dependent manner in part as a result of the actions of E2 and P4 on cellular responsiveness to insulin. ..
  2. Cao X, Wei H, Xue H, Li X, Zhao W, Xu C, et al. Fecal progestin concentrations as an indicator of reproductive success in American Mink. Anim Reprod Sci. 2016;165:11-16 pubmed publisher
    ..9±6.55nM/g dry wt., respectively (P<0.05). Our findings suggest that measurement of fecal progestin concentrations during blastocyst reactivation and implantation may be a useful indicator of successful pregnancies in mink. ..
  3. Rose J, Hunt J, Shelton J, Wyler S, Mecham D. The effects of estradiol and catecholestrogens on uterine glycogen metabolism in mink (Neovison vison). Theriogenology. 2011;75:857-66 pubmed publisher
    ..05). We concluded that the effects of estradiol on uterine glycogen metabolism were mediated in part through catecholestrogens; perhaps the combined actions of these hormones are required for optimal uterine glycogen synthesis in mink. ..