Kropp J, Roti Roti EC, Ringelstetter A, Khatib H, Abbott DH, Salih SM (2015) Dexrazoxane Diminishes Doxorubicin-Induced Acute Ovarian Damage and Preserves Ovarian Function and Fecundity in Mice.PLoS One. 2015 Nov 6;10(11):e0142588.
Peñagaricano F, Valente BD, Steibel JP, Bates RO, Ernst CW, Khatib H, Rosa GJM (2015) Exploring causal networks underlying fat deposition and muscularity in pigs through the integration of phenotypic, genotypic and transcriptomic data. BMC Systems Biology (in press)
Peñagaricano F, Valente BD, Steibel JP, Bates RO, Ernst CW, Khatib H, and Rosa GJM (2015) Searching for causal networks involving latent variables in complex traits: application to growth, carcass, and meat quality traits in pigs. J. Animal Sci. 93(10):4617-23.
Kropp J and Khatib H (2015) Characterization of microRNA in bovine in vitro culture media associated with embryo quality and development. J. Dairy Sci. 98:6552-6563.
Kropp J and Khatib H (2015) mRNA Fragments in In-Vitro Culture Media are Associated with Bovine Preimplantation Embryonic Development. Front. Genet. 6:273.
Andersson L, Archibald AL, Bottema CD, Brauning R, Burgess SC, Burt DW, Casas E , Cheng HH, Clarke L, Couldrey C, Dalrymple BP, Elsik CG, Foissac S, Giuffra E, Groenen MA, Hayes BJ, Huang LS, Khatib H, Kijas JW, Kim H, Lunney JK, McCarthy FM, McEwan JC, Moore S, Nanduri B, Notredame C, Palti Y, Plastow GS, Reecy JM, Rohrer GA, Sarropoulou E, Schmidt CJ, Silverstein J, Tellam RL, Tixier-Boichard M, Tosser-Klopp G, Tuggle CK, Vilkki J, White SN, Zhao S, Zhou H and The FAANG Consortium. 2015. Coordinated international action to accelerate genome-to-phenome with FAANG, the Functional Annotation of Animal Genomes project. Genome Biology 16:57.
Wang X, Lan X, Radunz, A. E. , and Khatib H (2015) Maternal nutrition during pregnancy is associated with differential expression of imprinted genes and DNA methyltranfereases in muscle of beef cattle offspring. J Anim Sci. 93(1):35-40.
Web Atlas of Imprinted Genes in Cattle (contact: Hasan Khatib)
Dr. Hasan Khatib
Currently, our main areas of research focus are:
I. Investigation of genetic factors affecting fertility and embryonic survival.
II. Genomic imprinting: identification of imprinted genes in cattle; role of imprinted genes in early embryonic development and fertility in cattle.
III. Nutritional epigenomics: effects of maternal nutrition on the epigenome and transcriptome of the offspring