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Stallion Research Update

September, 2008 – August, 2009

Regina M. Turner, VMD, PhD, Dipl.ACT

The Horse Genome

The genome can be accessed via the Broad Institute, MIT

http://www.broad.mit.edu/mammals/horse/
Raudsepp, T., Gustafson-Seabury, A. et al., A 4,103 marker integrated physical and comparative map of the horse genome. Cytogenetics and Genome Research, 2008 (122): 28 – 36.
Chowdhary, B.P. and Raudsepp, T., The horse genome derby: Racing from map to whole genome sequence. Chromosome Research, 2008 (16): 109 – 127.
Chowdhary, B.P., Paria, N., and Raudsepp, T., Potential applications of equine genomics in dissecting diseases and fertility. Animal Reproduction Science, 2008 (107): 208 – 218.
Hamann H, Jude R, Sieme H, Mertens U, Töpfer-Petersen E, Distl O, Leeb T

A polymorphism within the equine CRISP3 gene is associated with stallion fertility in Hanoverian warmblood horses. Anim Genet. 2007 Jun;38(3):259-64.


Giesecke et al., Evaluation of SPATA-1 associated markers for stallion fertility. Animal Genetics volume 40 (4) pg 359 – 365, 2009.
Giesecke et al., INHBA-Associated markers as candidates for stallion fertility. Reproduction in Domestic Animals published online jan 9, 2009.
Self-Mutilation

McDonnell, S.M. Practical review of self-mutilation in horses. Animal Reproduction Science, 2008 (107): 219 – 228.


Hyperactivation and IVF

McPartlin, L.A., Suarez, S.S., Czaya, C.A., Hinrichs, K., Bedford-Guaus, S. Hyperactivation of stallion sperm is required for successful in vitro fertilization of equine oocytes. Biology of Reproduction, 2009 (81): 199 – 206.


McPartlin, L.A., Littell, J., Mark, E., Nelson, J.L., Travis, A.J., Beford-Guaus, S.J. A defined medium supports changes consistent with capacitation in stallion sperm, as evidenced by increases in protein tyrosine phosphorylation and high rates of acrosomal exocytosis. Theriogenology, 2008 (69): 639 – 650.
Cushioned Centrifugation

Waite, J.A., Mancill, S.S., Love, C.C., Brinsko, S.P., Teague, S.R., Salazar, J.L., Varner, D.D. Factors impacting equine sperm recovery rate and quality following cushioned centrifugation. Theriogenology, 2008 (70): 704 – 714.


Density Gradient Centrifugation

Morrell, J.M., Dalin, A.-M., Rodriguez-Martinez, H. Comparison of density gradient and single layer centrifugation of stallion spermatozoa: Yield, motiltiy and survival. Equine Veterinary Journal, 2009 (41): 53 – 58.


Morrell, J.M., Johannisson, A., Strutz, H., Dalin, A.-M., Rodriguez-Martinez, H. Colloidal centrifugation of stallion semen: Changes in sperm motility, velocity, and chromatin integrity during storage. Journal of Equine veterinary Science, 2009 (29): 24 – 32.
Johannisson, A., Morrell, J.M., Thoren, J. Jonsson, M. Dalin, A.-M., Rodriguez-Martinez, H. Colloidal centrifugation with Androcoll-E prolongs stallions sperm motilitiy, viability and chromatin integrity. Animal Reprodution Science, 2009, in press.
Brum, A.M., Sabeur, K. Ball, B.A., Apoptotic-like changes in equine spermatozoa separated by density-gradient centrifugation or after cryopreservation. Theriogenology, 2008 (69): 1041 – 1055.
Edmond, A.J., Teague, S.R., Brinsko, S.P., Comerford, K.L., Waite, J.A., Mancill, S.S., Love, C.C., Varner, D.D. Effect of density-gradient centrifugation on quality and recovery rate of equine spermatozoa. Animal Reproduction Science, 2008 (107): 318.
Varner, D.D., Love, C.C., Brinsko, S.P., Blanchard, T.L., Bliss, S.B., Carroll, B.S., Eslick, M.C. Semen processing for the subfertile stallion. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 2008 (28): 677 – 685.
Morrell, J.M., Johannisson, A., Dalin, A.-M., Rodriguez-Martinez, H. Single-layer centrifugation with Androcoll-E can be scaled up to allow large volumes of stallion ejaculate to be processed easily. Theriogenology, 2009, in press.
Females Delay Male Reproductive Ageing

Schmidt, J.A., Oatley, J.M., Brinster, R.L. Female mice delay reproductive aging in males. Biology of Reproduction, 2008 (80): 1009 – 1014.


Freezing Epididymal Sperm

Papa, F.O., Melo, C.M., Fioratti, E.G., Dell’Aqua, J.A., Zahn, F.S., and Alvarenga, M.A. Freezing of stallion epididymal sperm. Animal Reproduction Science, 2008 (107): 293 - 301.


Heise, A., et al., Influence of seminal plasma on fertility of fresh and frozen-thawed stallion epididymal spermatozoa, ARS, 2009, in press.
doi: 10.1016/j.anireprosci.2009.06.009
Equity™ and Testicular Function

Janett, R., Stump, R., Burger, D., Thun, R. Suppression of testicular function and sexual behavior by vaccination against GnRH (Equity™) in the adult stallion. Animal Reproduction Science, 2009, in press.



Cryopreservation of Ejaculated Sperm: Applied Studies

Bruemmer, J.E., Hardy, Q.P., Denniston, D.D., Schumacher, J.K. and Squires, E.L. Effect of cooling prior to cryopreservation of stallion spermatozoa. Animal Reproduction Science, 2008 (107): 310.


Samper J.C., and Garcia, A., Post-thaw characteristics and

fertility of stallion semen frozen in extenders with different cryoprotectants. Animal Reproduction Science, 2008 (107): 348 – 349.


Nielson, J.M., Kofoed Bock, T.S., Ersboll, A.K., Factors associated with fertility in horses in a Danish equine practice after artifical insemination with frozen-thawed semen. Animal Reproduction Science, 2008 (107): 336 – 337.
Salazar, J.L., Hayden, S.S., Waite, J.A., Comerford, K.L., Edmond, A.J., Teague, S.R., Love, C.C. and Varner, D.D. Effect of cryopreservation protocol on post-thaw characteristics of stallion spermatozoa. Animal Reproduction Science, 2008 (107): 347 – 348.
Fayrer-Hosken, R., Abreu-Barbosa, C., Heusner, G., and Jones, L. Cryopreservation of stallion spermatozoa with INRA96 and Glycerol. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 2008 (28): 672 - 676.
Sperm Preservation: Basic Studies (Oxidative Stress, Osmotic Stress, Apoptosis)

Ball, B.A. Oxidative stress, osmotic stress and apoptosis: Impacts on sperm function and preservation in the horse. Animal Reproduction Science, 2008 (107): 257 – 267.


Ortega Ferrusola, C., Gonzalez Fernandez, L., et al., Lipid peroxidation, assessed with BODIPY-C11, increases after crypopreservation of stallion spermatozoa, is stallion-dependent and is related to apoptotic-like changes. Reproduction, 2009 (138): 55 – 63.
Burnaugh, L. Ball, B.A., Sabeur, K. Thomas, A.D., and Meyers, S.A. Osmotic stress stimulates generation of superoxide anion by spermatozoa in horses. Animal Reproduction Science, 2009. In press.
Glazer, A.I., Mullen, S.F., Liu, J., Benson, J.D., Critser, J.K., Squires, E.L., and Graham, J.K. Osmotic tolerance limits and membrane permeability characteristics of stallion spermatozoa treated with cholesterol. Cryobiology, in press.
Brum, A.M., Sabeur, K. Ball, B.A., Apoptotic-like changes in equine spermatozoa separated by density-gradient centrifugation or after cryopreservation. Theriogenology, 2008 (69): 1041 – 1055.
Hendricks, K.E.M., Hansen, P.J., Can programmed cell death be induced in post-ejaculatory bull and stallion spermatozoa? Theriogenology, 2009 (71): 1138 – 1146.
EHV-1 in Semen

Hebia-Fellah, I., Leuate, A., et al., Evaluation of the presence of equine viral herpervirus 1 (EHV-1) and equine viral herpesvirus 4 (EHV-4) DNA in stallion semen using polymerase chain reaction (PCR). Therio, 2009 (9): 1381 – 1389.


EVA Update

Holyoak, G.R., Balasuriya, U.B.R., Broaddus, C.C., Timoney, P.J. Equine viral arteritis: Current status and prevention. Theriogenology, 2008 (70): 403 – 414.


Update on Cooled Semen Techniques

Aurich, C. Recent advances in cooled semen technology. Animal Reproduction Science, 2008 (107): 268 – 275.


Webb, G.W., Dean, M.M., Humes, R.A., Heywood, J.S. A comparison of the ability of three commercially available diluents to maintain the motiltiy of cold stored stallion semen. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 2009 (29): 229 – 232.
Samper, J.C., Garcia, A. Comparative effect of ‘non-spermicidal’ lubricants on stallion sperm function. Animal Reproduction Science, 2008 (107): 360.
Biotechniques

Ball, B.A., Sabeur, K., Allen, W.R. Liposome-mediated uptake of exogenous DNA by equine spermatozoa and applications in sperm-mediated gene transfer. Equine Veterinary Journal, 2008 (40): 76 – 82.


Storer, W.A., Thompson, D.L., Bondioli, K.R., Godke, R.A., Khan, A.S., Brown, P.A., Draghia-Akli, R. Evaluation of plasmid delivery by electroporation as a means of increasing gonadotropin-releasing hormone production in stallions. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 2008 (28): 149 – 155.


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