Participating Faculty

Derek McLean

Derek McLean

Department:Omnigen Research
Credentials:1997 - Ph.D., Oregon State University
Phone:541-738-0400
Mailing Address:1767 NW Kings BLVD
Corvallis, OR 97330
E-mail:mclean@omnigenresearch.com


Research Interests

Immune Function and Nutrition

Research Summary

The immune system is critical for health maintenance. Investigation of the interaction of nutritional status with the immune system provides valuable information for efficient and effective ways to maintain animal health and reproductive function.

Research Publications

Doyle, TJ, Bowman JL, Windell VL, McLean DJ, Kim KH. 2013. "Transgenerational Effects of Di-(2-ethylhexyl) Phthalate on testicular germ cell associations and spermatogonial stem cells in ice." Biol Reprod 88(5):112.

Morris CF, Fuerst EP, Beecher BS, McLean DJ, James CP, Geng HW. 2013. "Did the house mouse (Mus musculus L.) shape the evolutionary trajectory of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)?" Ecol Evol. 3447-54.

Murphey P, McLean DJ, McMahan CA, Walter CA, McCarrey JR. 2013. "Enhanced genetic integrity in mouse germ cells." Biol Reprod 88(1):1-8.

Fuerst EP, Morris CF, Dasgupta N, McLean DJ. 2013. "Optimizing experimental design using the house mouse (Mus musculus L.) as a model for determining grain feeding preferences." J Food Sci. 78(10):S1614.

Senger PL, Oki AC, Trevisan MS, McLean DJ. 2012. "Exploiting multimedia in reproductive science education: research findings." Rerod Domest Anim. 47 Suppl 4:38-45.

Caires KC, DeAvila JM, McLean DJ. "Functional analysis of spermatogonial stem cells in the seminiferous tubule of the adult mouse." BioResearch Open Acces, 1(5):222-230.

Morris C, McLean D, Engleson J, Fuerst E, Burgos F, Coburn E. 2012 "Some observations on the granivorous feeding behavior preferences of the house mouse (Mus musculus L.)." Mammalia, 76:209-218.

Caires KC, DeAvila JM, Cupp AS, McLean DJ. 2012. "VEGFA family isoforms regulate spermatogonial stem cell homeostasis in vivo." Endocrinology, 153(2):887-900.

Caires KC, DeAvila JM, Shima CM, McLean DJ. 2012. "Acute ethanol exposure affects spermatogonial stem cell homeostasis in neonatal mice." Reprod Toxicol, 33:76-84.

Min RJ, Almeida JI, McLean DJ, Madsen M, Raabe R. 2012. "Novel Vein Closure Procedure Usina a Proprietary Cyanoacrylate Adhesive: 30-Day Swome <pde; Resi;ts/ {hlebology", 27 98 0:398-403.

Almeida JI, Min RJ, Raabe R, McLean DJ, Madsen M. 2011. "Cyanoacrylate Adhesive for the Closure of Truncal Veins: 60-Day Swine Model Results." Vas Endovascular Surg, 45(78):631-5.

Roberts AJ, McLean DJ. 2011. "Differential gene expression in anterior pituitary glands from anestrous and cycling postpartum beef cows." J Anim Sci, 89(4):1035-41.

Geary, T.W., K.J. Wells, et al. 2011. "Effects of immunization against LHRH and treatment with trenbolone acetate on reproductive function of beef bulls and steers." Journal of Animal Science.

Roberts, A.J. and D.J. McLean 2011. "Differential gene expression in anterior pituitary glands from anestrous and cycling postpartum beef cows." Journal of Animal Science, 89(4):1035-1041.

Caires, K., Broady J, McLean DJ. 2010. "Maintaining the male germline: regulation of spermatogonial stem cells." The Journal of Endocrinology. 205(2):133-145.

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