Journal of Reproduction and Development

Papers
(The TQCC of Journal of Reproduction and Development is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
Zygotic gene activation in mice: profile and regulation32
Current status of the application of gene editing in pigs18
Regulation of primordial follicle formation, dormancy, and activation in mice14
Exosomes derived from placental trophoblast cells regulate endometrial epithelial receptivity in dairy cows during pregnancy12
Advanced maternal age induces fetal growth restriction through decreased placental inflammatory cytokine expression and immune cell accumulation in mice10
Predisposing factors, diagnostic and therapeutic aspects of persistent endometritis in postpartum cows10
Differentially methylated CpG sites related to fertility in Japanese Black bull spermatozoa: epigenetic biomarker candidates to predict sire conception rate10
Reestablishment of transzonal projections and growth of bovine oocytes <i>in vitro</i>9
Supplementing media with NAD<sup>+</sup> precursors enhances the <i>in vitro</i> maturation of porcine oocytes9
Serotonergic signals enhanced hamster sperm hyperactivation8
HGF/c-Met signaling regulates early differentiation of placental trophoblast cells8
Effects of oocyte-derived growth factors on the growth of porcine oocytes and oocyte–cumulus cell complexes <i>in vitro</i>8
Insights into the NAD<sup>+</sup> biosynthesis pathways involved during meiotic maturation and spindle formation in porcine oocytes8
Rapamycin maintains the primordial follicle pool and protects ovarian reserve against cyclophosphamide-induced damage7
Three-dimensional live imaging of bovine embryos by optical coherence tomography7
Epithelial-mesenchymal transition and bi- and multi-nucleated trophoblast cell formation in ovine conceptuses during the peri-implantation period7
Local administration of Neurokinin B in the arcuate nucleus accelerates the neural activity of the GnRH pulse generator in goats7
Sequential preovulatory expression of a gonadotropin-releasing hormone-inducible gene, <i>Nr4a3</i>, and its suppressor <i>Anxa5</i> in the pituitary gland of female rats7
Time-lapse monitoring technologies for the selection of bovine <i>in vitro</i> fertilized embryos with high implantation potential7
Production of offspring from vacuum-dried mouse spermatozoa and assessing the effect of drying conditions on sperm DNA and embryo development7
NAD<sup>+</sup>, Sirtuins and PARPs: enhancing oocyte developmental competence6
Influence of different cellular concentrations of boar sperm suspensions on the induction of capacitation and acrosome reaction6
Assisted reproductive techniques for canines: preservation of genetic material in domestic dogs6
Recent progress of interferon-tau research and potential direction beyond pregnancy recognition6
Mitochondrial reactive oxygen species regulate mitochondrial biogenesis in porcine embryos6
An attempt at estrus detection in cattle by continuous measurements of ventral tail base surface temperature with supervised machine learning6
Direct embryotoxicity of chromium (III) exposure during preimplantation development6
Apoptosis, autophagic cell death, and necroptosis: different types of programmed cell death in bovine corpus luteum regression6
Possible causes and treatment strategies for the estrus and ovulation disorders in dairy cows5
Effects of heat stress on the endometrial epidermal growth factor profile and fertility in dairy cows5
Expression and regulation of estrogen receptor 2 and its coregulators in mouse granulosa cells5
Oocyte-specific gene knockdown by intronic artificial microRNAs driven by <i>Zp3</i> transcription in mice5
Transcriptome analysis reveals transforming growth factor-β1 prevents extracellular matrix degradation and cell adhesion during the follicular-luteal transition in cows5
Central somatostatin-somatostatin receptor 2 signaling mediates lactational suppression of luteinizing hormone release via the inhibition of glutamatergic interneurons during late lactation in rats5
<i>In vitro</i> growth of bovine oocytes in oocyte-cumulus cell complexes and the effect of follicle stimulating hormone on the growth of oocytes5
Generation of viable calves derived from developmentally mature blastocysts produced by on-gel culture5
Effects of exposure to methylglyoxal on sperm motility and embryonic development after fertilization in mice4
Corticosterone induced apoptosis of mouse oviduct epithelial cells independent of the TNF-α system4
Roles of cell differentiation factors in preimplantation development of domestic animals4
Mouse <i>in vivo</i>-derived late 2-cell embryos have higher developmental competence after high osmolality vitrification and −80°C preservation than IVF or ICSI embryos4
Maintenance of mouse trophoblast stem cells in KSR-based medium allows conventional 3D culture4
Implications of the RhoA/Rho associated kinase pathway and leptin in primary uterine inertia in the dog4
Intrauterine administration of peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMCs) improves embryo implantation in mice by regulating local Treg/Th17 cell balance4
Presence of multiple corpora lutea affects the luteolytic response to prostaglandin F<sub>2α</sub> in lactating dairy cows4
Effects of hypercaloric diet-induced hyperinsulinemia and hyperlipidemia on the ovarian follicular development in mice4
Disruption of piRNA machinery by deletion of ASZ1/GASZ results in the expression of aberrant chimeric transcripts in gonocytes3
Transcription factor OTX2 silences the expression of cleavage embryo genes and transposable elements3
Involvement of Ca<sup>2+</sup>-ATPase in suppressing the appearance of bovine helically motile spermatozoa with intense force prior to cryopreservation3
Generation of germ cell-deficient pigs by <i>NANOS3</i> knockout3
Lysophosphatidic acid stimulates rat uterine contraction <i>in vitro</i>3
Steroidal but not embryonic regulation of mucin 1 expression in bovine endometrium3
Predicting the start of calving in Japanese Black cattle using camera image analysis3
Lipid droplets are formed in 2-cell-like cells3
Optimal conditions for mouse follicle culture3
Quantitative analyses of insulin-like peptide 3 and sex steroid hormones in dominant follicles and corpora lutea during the estrus cycle and in follicular cysts in beef heifers3
Effects of the temperature-humidity index on conception rates in Holstein heifers and cows receiving <i>in vitro</i>-produced Japanese Black cattle embryos3
Clinical prospects proposing an increase in the luteolytic dose of prostaglandin F<sub>2α</sub> in dairy cattle3
Sex difference in developmental changes in visualized <i>Kiss1</i> neurons in newly generated <i>Kiss1-Cre</i> rats3
<i>In vitro</i> production of viable eggs from isolated mouse primary follicles by successive culture3
Relationship between the timing of insemination based on estrus detected by the automatic activity monitoring system and conception rates using sex-sorted semen in Holstein dairy cattle3
Effects of short-term dietary supplementation on the number of ovarian follicles, quantity and quality of oocytes, and <i>in vitro</i> embryo production in Japanese Black cows3
The I510V mutation in <i>KLHL10</i> in a patient with oligoasthenoteratozoospermia3
Progesterone increases the success of <i>in vitro</i> fertilization via enhanced sperm hyperactivation in mice3
Metabolic pathways regulating the development and non-genomic heritable traits of germ cells3
Cleavage-embryo genes and transposable elements are regulated by histone variant H2A.X3
Effects of reduced glutathione supplementation in semen freezing extender on frozen-thawed bull semen and <i>in vitro</i> fertilization3
Different response of embryos originating from control and obese mice to insulin <i>in vitro</i>3
Inhibition of lipopolysaccharide-induced suppression of luteal function in isolated perfused bovine ovaries3
Cervix–rectum temperature differential at the time of insemination is correlated with the potential for pregnancy in dairy cows3
Estradiol enhances T-type calcium channel activation in human myometrium telocytes3
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