Joy Pate

Director of the Center for Reproductive Biology and Health; Professor of Reproductive Physiology; C. Lee Rumberger and Family Chair in Agricultural Sciences

Joy Pate

Research Summary

Specializing in the area of ovarian function. Primary research interests focus on the interactions between steroidogenic and immune cells, and the role of microRNA in development and maintenance of the corpus luteum.

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Publication Tags

Corpus Luteum Pregnancy Cattle Progesterone Micrornas Messenger Rna Proteins Luteal Cells Cows Oleoresins Luteolysis T Lymphocytes Capsicum Lymphocytes Estrous Cycle Mothers Cells Gene Expression Neutrophils Cholesterol Dairy Cows Estradiol Endocrinology Selenium Selenoproteins

Most Recent Publications

Insights from two independent transcriptomic studies of the bovine corpus luteum during pregnancy

Camilla H.K. Hughes, Megan A. Mezera, Milo C. Wiltbank, Joy L. Pate, 2022, Journal of Animal Science

History, insights, and future perspectives on studies into luteal function in cattle

Cecily V. Bishop, Vimal Selvaraj, David H. Townson, Joy L. Pate, Milo C. Wiltbank, 2022, Journal of Animal Science

NE1727 collection dedication

Joy L. Pate, Alan D. Ealy, 2022, Journal of Animal Science

A Synopsis of the NE1727 Multistate Project Collection in the Journal of Animal Science

Alan D. Ealy, Joy L. Pate, W. Ron Butler, 2022, Journal of Animal Science

Sarah N. Carr, Benjamin R. Crites, Joy L. Pate, Camilla H.K. Hughes, James C. Matthews, Phillip J. Bridges, 2022, Animals

C. H.K. Hughes, A. Rogus, E. K. Inskeep, J. L. Pate, 2021, Reproduction on p. 173-182

Temporal changes in the corpus luteum during early pregnancy reveal regulation of pathways that enhance steroidogenesis and suppress luteolytic mechanisms

C. H.K. Hughes, E. K. Inskeep, J. L. Pate, 2020, Biology of Reproduction on p. 70-84

Jens Vanselow, Lane K. Christenson, Joy L. Pate, 2020, Frontiers in Endocrinology

Camilla H.K. Hughes, Remy Bosviel, John W. Newman, Joy L. Pate, 2019, Frontiers in Endocrinology

Most-Cited Papers

MicroRNA in ovarian function

S. W. Maalouf, W. S. Liu, J. L. Pate, 2016, Zeitschrift für Zellforschung und mikroskopische Anatomie (Vienna, Austria : 1948) on p. 7-18

Progesterone effects on lymphocytes may be mediated by membrane progesterone receptors

Kalidou Ndiaye, Daniel H. Poole, Sadhat Walusimbi, Matthew J. Cannon, Koji Toyokawa, Samar W. Maalouf, Jing Dong, Peter Thomas, Joy L. Pate, 2012, Journal of Reproductive Immunology on p. 15-26

J. Oh, A. N. Hristov, C. Lee, T. Cassidy, K. Heyler, G. A. Varga, J. Pate, S. Walusimbi, E. Brzezicka, K. Toyokawa, J. Werner, S. S. Donkin, R. Elias, S. Dowd, D. Bravo, 2013, Journal of Dairy Science on p. 7830-7843

Physiology and endocrinology symposium

S. S. Walusimbi, J. L. Pate, 2013, Journal of Animal Science on p. 1650-1659

Impact of preovulatory estradiol concentrations on conceptus development and uterine gene expression

G. A. Bridges, M. L. Mussard, J. L. Pate, T. L. Ott, T. R. Hansen, M. L. Day, 2012, Animal Reproduction Science on p. 16-26

Daniel H. Poole, Joy L. Pate, 2012, Biology of Reproduction on p. 29

J. L. Pate, C. J. Johnson-Larson, J. S. Ottobre, 2012, Reproduction in Domestic Animals on p. 297-303

J. Oh, F. Giallongo, T. Frederick, J. Pate, S. Walusimbi, R. J. Elias, E. H. Wall, D. Bravo, A. N. Hristov, 2015, Journal of Dairy Science on p. 6327-6339

Regulating life or death

Samar W. Maalouf, Wan Sheng Liu, Istvan Albert, Joy L. Pate, 2014, Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology on p. 78-88