Teaching Interests: ANS 220 - Reproduction and Lactation in Domestic Animals, ANS 531 - Advanced Applied Animal Reproduction Laboratory; ANS/PHY 702 Reproductive Physiology of Mammals; Advise Undergraduates.
Research Interests: Cellular & molecular mechanisms in reproduction with a focus on follicular development, luteal function and reproductive immunology in livestock species.
Commodity Interests: Beef, Dairy, Small Ruminants
Poole DH, & Pate JL.Luteal Microenvironment Directs Resident T Lymphocyte Function in Cows. Biol Reprod. 2011 Oct 5. [Epub ahead of print]
Pickworth, C.L., Poole, D.H., Velleman, S.G., Pate, J.L., Loerch, S. C., Fluharty, F. L. 2011. Adipogenic Differentiation State-Specific Gene Expression as Related to Bovine Carcass Adiposity. J Anim Sci. Feb;89(2):355-66.
Odhiambo, J.F., Poole, D.H., Hughes, L., Dejarnette, J.M., Inskeep, E.K., Dailey, R.A. 2009. Pregnancy outcome in dairy and beef cattle after artificial insemination and treatment with seminal plasma or transforming growth factor beta-1. Theriogenology. Sep 1; 72(4):566-71
Rhinehart, J.D., Starbuck-Clemmer, M.J., Flores, J.A., Milvae, R.A, Yao, J., Poole, D.H., Inskeep, E.K. 2009. Low Peripheral progesterone and late embryonic/early fetal loss in suckled beef and lactating dairy cows. Theriogenology. Feb; 71(3):480-90.
Ndiaye, K., Poole, D.H., Pate, J.L. 2008. Expression and regulation of functional oxytocin receptors in bovine T lymphocytes. Biol Reprod. 2008 Apr; 78(4):786-93.
Lingenfelter, B. M., Dailey, R. A., Inskeep, E.K., Vernon, M.W., Poole, D.H., Rhinehart, J. D., Yao, J. 2008. Microarray analysis of gene expression in granulosal cells from persistent follicles in cattle. Anim Reprod Sci. Apr; 104(3-4):405-13. Epub 2007 Aug 6.
Lingenfelter, B.M., Dailey, R.A., Inskeep, E.K., Vernon, M.W., Poole, D.H., Rhinehart, J.D., Yao, J. 2007. Changes of maternal transcripts in oocytes from persistent follicles in cattle. Mol Reprod Dev. 74(3):265-72.
Starbuck, M.J., Poole, D.H., Inskeep, E.K. 2006. Ability of induced corpora lutea to maintain pregnancy from the third month of gestation to term in cattle. Theriogenology. Jul 15; 66(2):383-6
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