Publications


Serra ND, Velte EK, Niedenberger BA, Kirsanov O, and Geyer CB (2017) Cell-autonomous requirement for mammalian target of rapamycin (Mtor) in spermatogonial proliferation and differentiation in the mouse. Biol Reprod 96(4): 816-828.

Mutoji K, Singh A, Nguyen T, Gildersleeve H, Kaucher AV, Oatley MJ, Oatley JM, Velte E, Geyer CB, Cheng K, McCarrey JR, and Hermann BP (2016) TSPAN8 expression distinguishes spermatogonial stem cells in the prepubertal mouse testis. Biol Reprod 95(6): 117.

Busada JT, Velte EK, Serra N, Cook K, Niedenberger BA, Willis WD, Goulding EH, Eddy EM, and Geyer CB (2016) Rhox13 is required for a quantitatively normal first wave of spermatogenesis in mice. Reproduction 152(5): 379-388.

Busada JT and Geyer CB (2015) The role of retinoic acid (RA) in spermatogonial differentiation. Biol Reprod 94(1): 10.

Busada JT, Niedenberger BA, Velte EK, Keiper BD, and Geyer CB (2015) Mammalian target of rapamycin complex 1 (mTORC1) is required for mouse spermatogonial differentiation in vivo. Dev Biol 407(1): 90-102.

Niedenberger BA, Busada JT, and Geyer CB (2015) Marker expression reveals heterogeneity of spermatogonia in the neonatal testis. Reproduction 149(4): 329-338.

Hermann BP, Mutoji K, Velte EK, Daijin K, Oatley JM, Geyer CB, and McCarrey JR (2015) Transcriptional and translational heterogeneity among neonatal mouse spermatogonia. Biol Reprod 92(2): 54.

Busada JT, Chappell VA, Niedenberger BA, Kaye EP, Keiper BD, Hogarth CA, and Geyer CB (2015) Retinoic acid regulates Kit translation during spermatogonial differentiation in the mouse. Dev Biol 397(1): 140-9.

Niedenberger BA, Chappell VA, Otey CA, and Geyer CB (2014) Actin dynamics regulate subcellular localization of PALLD in mouse Sertoli cells. Reproduction 148(4): 333-41.

Busada JT, Kaye EP, Renegar RH, and Geyer CB (2014) Retinoic acid induces multiple hallmarks of the prospermatogonia-to-spermatogonia transition in the neonatal mouse. Biol Reprod 90(3): 64.

Chappell VA, Busada JT, Keiper BD, and Geyer CB (2013) Translational activation of developmental mRNAs during neonatal testis development. Biol Reprod 89(3): 61, 1-10.

Niedenberger BA, Chappell VK, Kaye EP, Renegar RH, and Geyer CB (2013) Nuclear localization of the actin binding protein Palladin in Sertoli cells. Mol Reprod Dev 80(5): 403-413.

Overcash RF, Chappell VA, Green T, Geyer CB, Asch AS, and Ruiz-Echevarria, MJ (2013) Androgen signaling promotes translation of TMEFF2 in prostate cancer cells via phosphorylation of the a subunit of the translation initiation factor 2 (eIF2a). PLoS One 8(2): e55257.

Geyer CB, Saba R, Kato Y, Anderson AJ, Chappell VK, Saga Y, and Eddy EM (2010) Rhox13 is translated in premeiotic germ cells in male and female mice and translation is regulated by NANOS2 in the male. Biol Reprod 86(4): 1-9.

Danshina PV, Geyer CB, Dai Q, Goulding EH, Willis WD, Kitto GB, McCarrey JR, Eddy EM, O’Brien DA (2009) Phosphoglycerate kinase 2 (PGK2) is essential for sperm function and male fertility in mice. Biol Reprod 82(1): 136-145.

Geyer CB, Inselman AI, Sunman J, Bornstein S, Handel MA, Eddy EM (2009)  A missense mutation in the Capza3 gene and disruption of F-actin organization in spermatids of repro32 infertile male mice. Dev Biol 330(1): 142-152.

Geyer CB and Eddy EM (2008) Identification and characterization of Rhox13, a novel X-linked mouse homeobox gene. Gene 423(2): 194-200.

Yoshioka H, Geyer CB, Hornecker JL, Patel KT, McCarrey JR (2007) In vivo analysis of developmentally and evolutionarily dynamic protein-DNA interactions regulating transcription of the Pgk2 gene during mammalian spermatogenesis.  Mol Cell Biol 27(22): 7871-7885.

McCarrey JR, Geyer CB, Yoshioka H (2005) Epigenetic regulation of testis-specific gene expression. Ann NY Acad Sci 1061: 226-242.

Geyer CB, Kiefer CM, Yang T, McCarrey JR (2004) Ontogeny of a demethylation domain and its relationship to activation of tissue-specific transcription. Biol Reprod 71: 837-844.

Keiser JT, Jobst PM, Garst AS, Boone JT, Geyer CB, Phelps C, Ayares DL, Page RL (2001) Preimplantation screening for transgenesis using an embryonic specific promoter and green fluorescent protein. Cloning 3(1): 23-30.