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Dr Sarah Appleby

Dr Sarah Appleby

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

 Living Systems Institute S02.07

 

Living Systems Institute, University of Exeter, Stocker Road, Exeter, EX4 4QD

Overview

Qualifications

BSc(Tech) 

MSc(Research)

Career

2016 – 2021 PhD with AgResearch and University of Auckland, New Zealand

2013 – 2015 MSc(Research) with AgResearch and University of Waikato, New Zealand

2012 – 2013 Undergraduate placement at AgResearch (Invermay) with the Reproductive and Developmental Biology team

2011 – 2012 Undergraduate placement at AgResearch (Ruakura) with the Reproductive Technologies team

2010 – 2013 BSc(Technology) University of Waikato, New Zealand

Research

Publications

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Publications by category


Journal articles

Appleby SJ, Misica-Turner P, Oback FC, Dhali A, McLean ZL, Oback B (2022). Double cytoplast embryonic cloning improves <i>in vitro</i> but not <i>in vivo</i> development from mitotic pluripotent cells in cattle. FRONTIERS IN GENETICS, 13 Author URL.
McLean ZL, Appleby SJ, Fermin LM, Henderson HV, Wei J, Wells DN, Oback B (2021). Controlled Cytoplast Arrest and Morula Aggregation Enhance Development, Cryoresilience, and <i>In Vivo</i> Survival of Cloned Sheep Embryos. CELLULAR REPROGRAMMING, 23(1), 14-25. Author URL.
McLean ZL, Appleby SJ, Wei J, Snell RG, Oback B (2021). Front Cover Image, Volume 88, Issue 1, January 2021. Molecular Reproduction and Development, 88(1).
McLean ZL, Appleby SJ, Wei J, Snell RG, Oback B (2020). Testes of <i>DAZL</i> null neonatal sheep lack prospermatogonia but maintain normal somatic cell morphology and marker expression. Molecular Reproduction and Development, 88(1), 3-14. Abstract.
McLean Z, Appleby SJ, Wei J, Snell RG, Oback B (2019). Testes of <i>DAZL</i> null sheep lack spermatogonia and maintain normal somatic cells.  Abstract.

Publications by year


2022

Appleby SJ, Misica-Turner P, Oback FC, Dhali A, McLean ZL, Oback B (2022). Double cytoplast embryonic cloning improves <i>in vitro</i> but not <i>in vivo</i> development from mitotic pluripotent cells in cattle. FRONTIERS IN GENETICS, 13 Author URL.

2021

McLean ZL, Appleby SJ, Fermin LM, Henderson HV, Wei J, Wells DN, Oback B (2021). Controlled Cytoplast Arrest and Morula Aggregation Enhance Development, Cryoresilience, and <i>In Vivo</i> Survival of Cloned Sheep Embryos. CELLULAR REPROGRAMMING, 23(1), 14-25. Author URL.
McLean ZL, Appleby SJ, Wei J, Snell RG, Oback B (2021). Front Cover Image, Volume 88, Issue 1, January 2021. Molecular Reproduction and Development, 88(1).

2020

Zachariah McLean Z, J Appleby S, M Fermin L, Oback B (2020). Generating cloned sheep embryos by zona-free somatic cell transfer v1.  Abstract.
McLean ZL, Appleby SJ, Wei J, Snell RG, Oback B (2020). Testes of <i>DAZL</i> null neonatal sheep lack prospermatogonia but maintain normal somatic cell morphology and marker expression. Molecular Reproduction and Development, 88(1), 3-14. Abstract.

2019

McLean Z, Appleby SJ, Wei J, Snell RG, Oback B (2019). Testes of <i>DAZL</i> null sheep lack spermatogonia and maintain normal somatic cells.  Abstract.

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