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Table of contents

Volume 13, Issue 1 (Jan 2011)

Editorial | Perspective | Review | Research Highlight | Opinion | Original Article | Short Communication |

Special Issue on Cell Biology and Genetics of Sperm
(Guest editors: R John Aitken and Ralf R Henkel)
In this Special Issue of Asian Journal of Andrology, we acknowledge these technical developments by highlighting contributions that have been made by some of the pioneers of sperm cell ’omics. Mark Baker,1 for example, has been responsible for developing the first detailed proteomic profiles of human, rat and mouse spermatozoa and, in so doing, has created a resource that can be used by all gamete biologists to further their research on the cell biology of spermatozoa. Mark has also pioneered the use of label free proteomics to determine how the protein structure of mammalian spermatozoa changes in concert with their physiological status during epididymal transit or capacitation. These studies have opened up new avenues of research on the roles played by membrane receptors, kinases and specific chaperones in the control of sperm function. Moreover, technologies are now available that allow us to drill down into specific subsets of proteins such as the phosphoproteome or the glycome that will further elucidate the molecular underpinnings of normal and pathological sperm function.

Editorial
Sperm cell biology: current perspectives and future prospects FREE
(Guest editors of this issue) R John Aitken1 and Ralf R Henkel2
Asian J Androl 13: 3-5; 10.1038/aja.2010.155
Abstract | PDF [652]| Full Text@Pubmed Central
Perspective
The 'omics revolution and our understanding of sperm cell biology FREE
Mark A Baker
Asian J Androl 13: 6-10; 10.1038/aja.2010.62
Abstract | PDF [620]| Full Text@Pubmed Central
Review
Epididymis cholesterol homeostasis and sperm fertilizing ability FREE
Fabrice Saez, Aurélia Ouvrier and Joël R Drevet
Asian J Androl 13: 11-17; 10.1038/aja.2010.64
Abstract | PDF [683]| Full Text@Pubmed Central| 中文摘要
Proteomics of spermatogenesis: from protein lists to understanding the regulation of male fertility and infertility FREE
Xiao-Yan Huang and Jia-Hao Sha
Asian J Androl 13: 18-23; 10.1038/aja.2010.71
Abstract | PDF [881]| Full Text@Pubmed Central| 中文摘要
Proteomics and the genetics of sperm chromatin condensation FREE
Rafael Oliva1,2 and Judit Castillo1,2
Asian J Androl 13: 24-30; 10.1038/aja.2010.65
Abstract | PDF [841]| Full Text@Pubmed Central| 中文摘要
Non-genetic contributions of the sperm nucleus to embryonic development FREE
Yasuhiro Yamauchi1, Jeffrey A Shaman2 and W Steven Ward11
Asian J Androl 13: 31-35; 10.1038/aja.2010.75
Abstract | PDF [714]| Full Text@Pubmed Central| 中文摘要
Apoptosis and DNA damage in human spermatozoa FREE
R John Aitken1 and Adam J Koppers2
Asian J Androl 13: 36-42; 10.1038/aja.2010.68
Abstract | PDF [657]| Full Text@Pubmed Central| 中文摘要
Leukocytes and oxidative stress: dilemma for sperm function and male fertility FREE
Ralf R Henkel
Asian J Androl 13: 43-52; 10.1038/aja.2010.76
Abstract | PDF [683]| Full Text@Pubmed Central| 中文摘要
Diagnostic tools in male infertility—the question of sperm dysfunction FREE
Christopher LR Barratt1,2, Steven Mansell1, Catherine Beaton1, Steve Tardif1 and Senga K Oxenham1
Asian J Androl 13: 53-58; 10.1038/aja.2010.63
Abstract | PDF [997]| Full Text@Pubmed Central| 中文摘要
Measurement and significance of sperm morphology FREE
Roelof Menkveld1, Cas AG Holleboom2 and Johann PT Rhemrev2
Asian J Androl 13: 59-68; 10.1038/aja.2010.67
Abstract | PDF [826]| Full Text@Pubmed Central| 中文摘要
Sperm chromatin structure assay (SCSA): a tool in diagnosis and treatment of infertility FREE
Mona Bungum, Leif Bungum and Aleksander Giwercman
Asian J Androl 13: 69-75; 10.1038/aja.2010.73
Abstract | PDF [827]| Full Text@Pubmed Central| 中文摘要
The paternal epigenome and embryogenesis: poising mechanisms for development FREE
Timothy G Jenkins1 and Douglas T Carrell1,2,3
Asian J Androl 13: 76-80; 10.1038/aja.2010.61
Abstract | PDF [673]| Full Text@Pubmed Central| 中文摘要
The mechanism of sperm–egg interaction and the involvement of IZUMO1 in fusion FREE
Naokazu Inoue, Masahito Ikawa and Masaru Okabe
Asian J Androl 13: 81-87; 10.1038/aja.2010.70
Abstract | PDF [1395]| Full Text@Pubmed Central| 中文摘要
Cellular mechanisms regulating sperm–zona pellucida interaction FREE
Andrew T Reid1, Kate Redgrove1, R John Aitken1,2 and Brett Nixon1
Asian J Androl 13: 88-96; 10.1038/aja.2010.74
Abstract | PDF [828]| Full Text@Pubmed Central| 中文摘要
Acrosome reaction: relevance of zona pellucida glycoproteins FREE
Satish K Gupta and Beena Bhandari
Asian J Androl 13: 97-105; 10.1038/aja.2010.72
Abstract | PDF [1369]| Full Text@Pubmed Central| 中文摘要
Role and regulation of EGFR in actin remodeling in sperm capacitation and the acrosome reaction FREE
Haim Breitbart and Nir Etkovitz
Asian J Androl 13: 106-110; 10.1038/aja.2010.78
Abstract | PDF [713]| Full Text@Pubmed Central| 中文摘要
The role of cysteine-rich secretory proteins in male fertility FREE
Adam J Koppers*, Thulasimala Reddy* and Moira K O Bryan
Asian J Androl 13: 111-117; 10.1038/aja.2010.77
Abstract | PDF [968]| Full Text@Pubmed Central| 中文摘要
Research Highlight
The complexities of identifying a cell of origin for human prostate cancer FREE
Gail P Risbridger and Renea A Taylor
Asian J Androl 13: 118-119; 10.1038/aja.2010.114
Abstract | PDF [646]| Full Text@Pubmed Central
Novel genetic loci associated with prostate cancer in the Japanese population FREE
Yin Sun and Jiao-Ti Huang
Asian J Androl 13: 120-121; 10.1038/aja.2010.118
Abstract | PDF [657]| Full Text@Pubmed Central
Spermatids do it differently! Paip2a—the essential regulator of spermiogenesis? FREE
Eileen A McLaughlin1,2 and Gary R Hime1,3
Asian J Androl 13: 122-124; 10.1038/aja.2010.142
Abstract | PDF [636]| Full Text@Pubmed Central
Opinion
An old emperor finds new clothing: rejuvenation in our time FREE
David J Handelsman
Asian J Androl 13: 125-129; 10.1038/aja.2010.154
Abstract | PDF [663]| Full Text@Pubmed Central
Review
The epididymis, cytoplasmic droplets and male fertility FREE
Trevor G Cooper
Asian J Androl 13: 130-138; 10.1038/aja.2010.97
Abstract | PDF [734]| Full Text@Pubmed Central
Mouse models in male fertility research FREE
Duangporn Jamsai and Moira K O’Bryan
Asian J Androl 13: 139-151; 10.1038/aja.2010.101
Abstract | PDF [1334]| Full Text@Pubmed Central
Epidemiology of sexual dysfunction in Asia compared to the rest of the world FREE
Ronald W Lewis
Asian J Androl 13: 152-158; 10.1038/aja.2010.108
Abstract | PDF [844]| Full Text@Pubmed Central
Original Article
Prostate Disease
The opening of maitotoxin-sensitive calcium channels induces the acrosome reaction in human spermatozoa: differences from the zona pellucida FREE
Julio C Chávez1, Gerardo A de Blas1, José L de la Vega-Beltrán1, Takuya Nishigaki1, Mayel Chirinos2, María Elena González-González2, Fernando Larrea2, Alejandra Solís1
Asian J Androl 13: 159-165; 10.1038/aja.2010.80
Abstract | PDF [701]| Full Text@Pubmed Central| 中文摘要
Clinical assessment and genomic landscape of a consanguineous family with three Kallmann syndrome descendants FREE
Shi-Lin Zhang1, Yan-Ping Tang2, Tao Wang1, Jun Yang1, Ke Rao1, Ling-Yun Zhao3, Wen-Zhen Zhu3, Xiang-Hu Meng1, Shao-Gang Wang1, Ji-Hong Liu1, Wei-Min Yang1 and Zhang-Qun Ye1
Asian J Androl 13: 166-171; 10.1038/aja.2010.83
Abstract | PDF [902]| Full Text@Pubmed Central| 中文摘要
Short Communication
Shortening of alkaline DNA unwinding time does not interfere with detecting DNA damage to mouse and human spermatozoa in the comet assay FREE
Hirokazu Kusakabe and Hiroyuki Tateno
Asian J Androl 13: 172-174; 10.1038/aja.2010.105
Abstract | PDF [683]| Full Text@Pubmed Central| 中文摘要
 
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