Publications list for Dr Charles Allan

2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008

2013

   
  • Hazra, R., Corcoran, L., Robson, M., McTavish, K., Upton, D., Handelsman, D., Allan, C. (2013), Temporal Role of Sertoli Cell Androgen Receptor Expression in Spermatogenic Development. Molecular Endocrinology. 27(1), 12-24. [Abstract]
  • Cheng, X., Jimenez, M., Desai, R., Middleton, L., Joseph, S., Ning, G., Allan, C., Smith, J., Handelsman, D., Walters, K. (2013), Characterizing the neuroendocrine and ovarian defects of androgen receptor-knockout female mice. American Journal of Physiology. Endocrinology and Metabolism. 305(6), E717-726. [Abstract]
  • Hazra, R., Jimenez, M., Desai, R., Handelsman, D., Allan, C. (2013), Sertoli cell androgen receptor expression regulates temporal fetal and adult Leydig cell differentiation, function and population size. Endocrinology. 154(9), 3410-3422. [Abstract]
  • Allan, C. (2013), RABL-regulated pathways: a new tale in sperm function. Asian Journal of Andrology. 15(1), 87-88. [Abstract]

2012

   
  • McCabe, M., Allan, C., Foo, C., Nicholls, P., McTavish, K., Stanton, P. (2012), Androgen Initiates Sertoli Cell Tight Junction Formation in the Hypogonadal (hpg) Mouse. Biology of Reproduction. 87(2), 38. [Abstract]
  • Handelsman, D., Simanainen, U., Walters, K., Allan, C. (2012), Estradiol Immunoassays for Mice: Not Fit for Purpose. Endocrinology. , 1501.
  • Walters, K., Middleton, L., Joseph, S., Hazra, R., Jimenez, M., Simanainen, U., Allan, C., Handelsman, D. (2012), Targeted loss of androgen receptor signaling in murine granulosa cells of preantral and antral follicles causes female subfertility. Biology of Reproduction. 87(6), 151. [Abstract]
  • Walters, K., Allan, C., Handelsman, D. (2012), Rodent models for human polycystic ovary syndrome. Biology of Reproduction. 86(5), 149. [Abstract]

2011

   
  • Allan, C., Handelsman, D. (2011), The skeleton gets a (reproductive) life. Asian Journal of Andrology. 13(5), 651-652. [Abstract]
  • Handelsman, D., Allan, C., Walters, K., Simanainen, U. (2011), Genetic models for hormonal regulation of reproduction. Australian Biochemist. 42(1), 4-7.

2010

   
  • Allan, C., Kalak, R., Dunstan, C., McTavish, K., Zhou, H., Handelsman, D., Seibel, M. (2010), Follicle-stimulating hormone increases bone mass in female mice. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 107(52), 22629-34. [Abstract]
  • Allan, C., Couse, J., Simanainen, U., Spaliviero, J., Jimenez, M., Rodriguez, K., Korach, K., Handelsman, D. (2010), Estradiol Induction of Spermatogenesis Is Mediated via an Estrogen Receptor-{alpha} Mechanism Involving Neuroendocrine Activation of Follicle-Stimulating Hormone Secretion. Endocrinology. 151(6), 2800-10. [Abstract]

2009

   
  • Lim, P., Robson, M., Spaliviero, J., McTavish, K., Jimenez, M., Zajac, J., Handelsman, D., Allan, C. (2009), Sertoli cell androgen receptor DNA binding domain is essential for the completion of spermatogenesis. Endocrinology. 150(10), 4755-65. [Abstract]
  • Walters, K., McTavish, K., Seneviratne, M., Jimenez, M., McMahon, A., Allan, C., Salamonsen, L., Handelsman, D. (2009), Subfertile female androgen receptor knockout mice exhibit defects in neuroendocrine signaling, intraovarian function, and uterine development but not uterine function. Endocrinology. 150(7), 3274-3282. [Abstract]
  • Allan, C., Lim, P., Robson, M., Spaliviero, J., Handelsman, D. (2009), Transgenic mutant D567G but not wild-type human FSH receptor overexpression provides FSH-independent and promiscuous glycoprotein hormone Sertoli cell signaling. American Journal of Physiology: Endocrinology and Metabolism. 296(5), E1022-E1028. [Abstract]

2008

   
  • Walters, K., Allan, C., Handelsman, D. (2008), Androgen actions and the ovary. Biology of reproduction. 78(3), 380-389. [Abstract]
  • Lim, P., Allan, C., Notini, A., Axell, A., Spaliviero, J., Jimenez, M., Davey, R., McManus, J., Maclean, H., Zajac, J., Handelsman, D. (2008), Oestradiol-induced spermatogenesis requires a functional androgen receptor. Reproduction, fertility, and development. 20(8), 861-870. [Abstract]