Selected peer reviewed articles (Please search PubMed for "Place NJ" for list of the most recent publications) *denotes trainees

Nagashima J*, Hansen B, Songsasen N, Travis AJ and Place NJ (2016). Anti-Müllerian hormone in the domestic dog during the anestrus to estrus transition. Reprod Dom Anim In press.

Roosa KA* and Place NJ (2015). Mate preference for dominant vs. subordinate males in young female Syrian hamsters (Mesocricetus auratus) following chemically-accelerated ovarian follicle depletion. Physiol Behav 152:41-46.

Roosa KA*, Zysling DA*, and Place NJ (2015). An assessment of anti-Müllerian hormone in predicting mating outcomes in female hamsters that have undergone natural and chemically-accelerated reproductive aging. Gen Comp Endocrinol 214:56-61.

Lewin NS, Treidel LM, Holekamp KE, Place NJ, and Haussman MF (2015). Sociological variables predict telomere length in wild spotted hyenas (Crocuta crocuta). Biol Lett in press. (Featured in Science on SCIENCESHOT).

Randolph J, Lamb SV, Cheraskin JL, Schanbacher BS, Salerno VJ, Mack K, Scarlett JM, and Place NJ. (2015) Free thyroxine concentrations by equilibrium dialysis and chemiluminescent immunoassays in 13 hypothyroid dogs testing positively for thyroglobulin antibody. J Vet Intern Med 29:877-881.

Roosa KA*, Mukai M, and Place NJ (2015). 4-vinylcyclohexene diepoxide reduces fertility in female Siberian hamsters when treated during their reproductively active and quiescent states. Reprod Toxicol 51:40-46.

Place NJ, Vernon DM*, and Johnston RE (2014). Reduced mate preference for dominant over subordinate males in old female Syrian hamsters (Mesocricetus auratus). Behav Processes 108:166-172.

Park S-U, Bernstein AN*, Place NJ. (2014). Complementary histological and genomic analyses reveal marked differences in the developmental trajectories of ovaries in Siberian hamsters raised in long- and short-day lengths. Mol Reprod Dev 81:248-256.

Zysling DA*, Park S-U, McMillan EL*, and Place NJ. (2012). Photoperiod-gonadotropin mismatches induced by treatment with acyline or FSH in Siberian hamsters: impacts on ovarian structure and function. Reproduction 144:603-616.

Place NJ, Hansen BS, Cheraskin J-L, Cudney SE*, Flanders JA, Newmark AD, Barry B, and Scarlett JM. (2011). Measurement of serum anti-Müllerian hormone concentrations in female dogs and cats before and after ovarihysterectomy. J Vet Diag Invest 23:524-527.