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Christian Olesen

Ph.d. student /

Identification of candidate genes for infertility in men, analysis of gene expression in developing gonads and identification of markers for the effect of endocrine disruptors in mouse gonads

Emailcolesen@rh.dk
Present JobPost. doc
Present ProjectIn vitro differentiation of embryonal stem cells into germ cell and Microarray analysis of developing gonads
Present AffiliationRigshospitalet, Dept. 5712
Present AddressBlegdamsvej 9, DK-2100 Copenhagen Ø

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5.   Sørensen KM, Agergaard P, Olesen C, Andersen PS, Larsen LA, Ostergaard JR, Schouten JP, Christiansen M. Detecting 22q11.2 deletions by use of multiplex ligation-dependent probe amplification on DNA from neonatal dried blood spot samples. J Mol Diagn. 2010;12:147-51.
 
4.   Laursen SB, Mollgard K, Olesen C, Oliveri RS, Brochner CB, Byskov AG, Andersen AN, Hoyer PE, Tommerup N, Yding Andersen C. Regional differences in expression of specific markers for human embryonic stem cells. Reprod Biomed Online. 2007;15:89-98.
 
3.   Olesen C, Nyeng P, Kalisz M, Jensen TH, Moller M, Tommerup N, Byskov AG. Global gene expression analysis in fetal mouse ovaries with and without meiosis and comparison of selected genes with meiosis in the testis. Cell Tissue Res. 2007;328:207-21.
 
2.   Olesen C, Silber J, Eiberg H, Ernst E, Petersen K, Lindenberg S, Tommerup N. Mutational analysis of the human FATE gene in 144 infertile men. Hum Genet. 2003;113:195-201.
 
1.   Olesen C, Larsen NJ, Byskov AG, Harboe TL, Tommerup N. Human FATE is a novel X-linked gene expressed in fetal and adult testis. Mol Cell Endocrinol. 2001;184:25-32.
 

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