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2007Autologous Whole Ram Seminal Plasma and its Vesicle-free Fraction Improve Motility Characteristics and Membrane Status but not In Vivo Fertility of Frozen–Thawed Ram SpermatozoaEl-Hajj Ghaoui, R; Evans, Gareth; Leahy, Tamara; Maxwell, William (Chris); Thomson, Peter; REPROGEN; REPROGEN; Vet Science Faculty; REPROGEN; Vet Science FacultyAutologous Whole Ram Seminal Plasma and its Vesicle-free Fraction Improve Motility Characteristics and Membrane Status but not In Vivo Fertility of Frozen–Thawed Ram Spermatozoa, Reproduction in Domestic Animals, vol.42,(5),2007,pp 541-549
2012Effect of enzyme treatment and mechanical removal of alpaca (Vicugna pacos) seminal plasma on sperm functional integrityGibb, Zamira; Leahy, Tamara; Maxwell, William (Chis); Morton, Katherine; Animal Science; Vet Science Faculty; REPROGEN; REPROGENEffect of enzyme treatment and mechanical removal of alpaca (Vicugna pacos) seminal plasma on sperm functional integrity, Journal of Camelid Science, vol.5, N/A, 2012,pp 62-81
2007The effect of post-thaw addition of seminal plasma proteins on sex-sorted ram spermBeilby, Kiri; Evans, Gareth; Leahy, Tamara; Maxwell, William (Chris); Marti, J. I.; Vet Science Faculty; REPROGEN; Vet Science Faculty; REPROGENThe effect of post-thaw addition of seminal plasma proteins on sex-sorted ram sperm, Reproduction in Domestic Animals, vol.42,(N/A),2007,pp 98-98
2007The effect of seminal plasma on the functional integrity of sex-sorted ram spermEvans, Gareth; Leahy, Tamara; Maxwell, William (Chris); Marti, J. I.; REPROGEN; Vet Science Faculty; REPROGENThe effect of seminal plasma on the functional integrity of sex-sorted ram sperm, Reproduction in Domestic Animals, vol.42,(S2),2007,pp 98-99
2009Feasibility of sex-sorting sperm from the white and the black rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum, Diceros bicornis)de Graaf, Simon; Leahy, Tamara; Maxwell, William (Chis); Behr, B; Braun, B.C; Goeritz, F; Hermes, R; Hildebrandt, T.B.; Mueller, P; Rath, D; Vet Science Faculty; Vet Science Faculty; REPROGENFeasibility of sex-sorting sperm from the white and the black rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum, Diceros bicornis), Theriogenology, vol.72,(3),2009,pp 353-364
2010Flow-sorted ram spermatozoa are highly suseptible to hydrogen peroxide damage but are protected by seminal plasma and catalaseBathgate, Roslyn; Celi, Pietro; Evans, Gareth; Leahy, Tamara; Maxwell, William (Chis); Marti, J; REPROGEN; Vet Science Faculty; REPROGEN; Vet Science Faculty; REPROGENFlow-sorted ram spermatozoa are highly suseptible to hydrogen peroxide damage but are protected by seminal plasma and catalase, Reproduction, Fertility and Development, vol.22, 7,pp 1131-1140
2010Seasonal variation in the protective effect of seminal plasma on frozen-thawed ram spermatozoaEvans, Gareth; Leahy, Tamara; Maxwell, William (Chis); Marti, J.I.; REPROGEN; Vet Science Faculty; REPROGENSeasonal variation in the protective effect of seminal plasma on frozen-thawed ram spermatozoa, Animal Reproduction Science, vol.119, N/A,pp 147-153
2012Seminal Plasma and its Effect on Ruminant Spermatozoa During Processingde Graaf, Simon; Leahy, Tamara; Vet Science FacultySeminal Plasma and its Effect on Ruminant Spermatozoa During Processing, Reproduction in Domestic Animals, vol.47, Suppl. 4, 2012,pp 207-213
2007Seminal plasma effects on ruminant and camelid sperm function during processing for storage and sex-sortingEvans, Gareth; Leahy, Tamara; Maxwell, William (Chis); Morton, Katherine; Marti, J; REPROGEN; Vet Science Faculty; REPROGEN; REPROGENSeminal plasma effects on ruminant and camelid sperm function during processing for storage and sex-sorting, Reproduction in Domestic Animals, vol.42,((Suppl.2)),2007,pp 60 Abstract W3.2-N/A
2010Seminal plasma proteins do not consistently improve fertility after cervical insemination of ewes with non-sorted or sex-sorted frozen-thawed ram spermatozoaEvans, Gareth; Leahy, Tamara; Maxwell, William (Chis); Marti, J.I.; REPROGEN; Vet Science Faculty; REPROGENSeminal plasma proteins do not consistently improve fertility after cervical insemination of ewes with non-sorted or sex-sorted frozen-thawed ram spermatozoa, Reproduction, Fertility and Development, vol.22, N/A,pp 606-612
2009Seminal plasma proteins protect flow-sorted ram spermatozoa from freeze-thaw damageEvans, Gareth; Leahy, Tamara; Maxwell, William (Chis); Marti, J. I.; REPROGEN; Vet Science Faculty; REPROGENSeminal plasma proteins protect flow-sorted ram spermatozoa from freeze-thaw damage, Reproduction, Fertility and Development, vol.21,(4),2009,pp 571-578
2011Two-dimentional polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis of membrane proteins from flow cytometrically sorted ram spermCrossett, Ben; Evans, Gareth; Leahy, Tamara; Maxwell, William (Chis); Marti, J. I.; Molecular Bioscience; REPROGEN; Vet Science Faculty; REPROGENTwo-dimentional polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis of membrane proteins from flow cytometrically sorted ram sperm, Theriogenology: an international journal of animal reproduction, vol.75, 5, 2011,pp 962-971