Kenneth Bondioli

Title Professor
Department School of Animal Sciences
Address 1 Animal and Food Sciences Lab Bldg on Forestry Lane
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Phone 225-578-3442
Fax 225-578-4890

LSU BAIT grant.  "Transgenic Pigs as Models for Alzheimer's Disease."

ACRES Research Advisory Board Grant.  "Isolation and Characterization of Adipose Derived Somatic Stem Cells from Bovid Species for use in Nuclear Transfer."

LA Board of Regents Grant.  "Epigenetic Modifications in Somatic Cells and Cloned Embryos."

NIH STTR Grant.  "Salivary Gland System for the Production of Therapeutics."

Book chapters

Bondioli, K.R. and Wall, R.J. Transgenic livestock. In: Altman, A. (ed.) Biotechnology in Agriculture. Marcell Dekker, Inc. New York, NY. 1998, pp. 453-471.

Bondioli, K.R., Biery, K.A., Hill, K.G., Jones, K.B. and De Mayo, F.J. Production of transgenic cattle by pronuclear injection. In: First, N. and Haseltine, F. (eds.) Transgenic Animals. Butterworth-Heinemann, Stoneham, MA. 1991, pp. 265-273.

Refereed scientific articles

Giraldo, A.M., D. Hylan, C.B. Ballard, M.N. Purpera, J.W. Lynn, R.A. Godke, and K.R. Bondioli. 2008. Effect of epigenetic modifications of donor cells on the subsequent chromatin remodeling of cloned bovine embryos. Biol. Reprod. 78:832-840.

Williams, K.J., A. A. Picou, S. L. Kish, A.M. Giraldo, R.A. Godke and K.R. Bondioli. 2008. Isolation and characterization of porcine adipose-derived adult stem cells. Cells Tissues and Organs. 188:251-258.

Nel-Themaat, L., M.C. Gómez, C.E. Pope, M. Lopez, G. Wirtu, A. Cole, B.L. Dresser, L.A. Lyons, K.R. Bondioli, and R.A. Godke. 2008. Cloning from Semen. Part 1: In vitro proliferation of epithelial cells on embryonic fibroblasts after isolation from semen by gradient centrifugation. Cloning & Stem Cells. 10:143-159..

Nel-Themaat, L., M.C. Gómez, C.E. Pope, M. Lopez, G. Wirtu, J.A. Jenkins, A. Cole, B.L. Dresser, K.R. Bondioli and R.A. Godke. 2008. Cloning from Semen. Part 2: Intergeneric nuclear transfer of semen-derived eland (Taurotragus oryx) epithelial cells into bovine oocytes. Cloning & Stem Cells. 10:161-172.

Storer, W.A., D. L. Thompson Jr., K.R. Bondioli, R.A. Godke, A.S. Khan, P.A. Brown, R. Draghia-Akli. 2008. Evaluation of plasmid delivery by electroporation for GnRH production in stallions. J. Equine Vet. Science. 28:149-155.

Nel-Themaat, L., Gomez, M.C., Damiani, P. ,Wirtu, G. Dresser, B.L., Bondioli, K.R., Lyons, L.A. Pope, C.E. and Godke, R. A. 2007. Isolation, culture and characterization of somatic cells derived from semen and milk of endangered sheep and eland antelope. Reprod. Fertil. Dev. 19:576-84.

Giraldo, A.M., Lynn, J.W., Purpera, M.N., Godke, R.A. and Bondioli, K.R. 2007. DNA methylation and histone acetylation patterns in cultured bovine fibroblasts for nuclear transfer. Mol. Reprod. Dev. 74:1514-24.

Giraldo, A.M., Lynn, J.W., Godke, R.A. and Bondioli, K.R. 2006. Proliferative characteristics and chromosomal stability of bovine donor cells for nuclear transfer. Mol. Reprod. Dev. 73:1230-8.

Murakami, M., Ferguson, C.E., Perez, O., Boediono, A., Paccamonti, D., Bondioli, K.R. and Godke, R.A. 2006. Transfer of inner cell mass cells derived from bovine in vitro produced embryos. Cloning & Stem Cells. 8:51-60.

Ramsoondar, J.J., Machaty, Z., Costa, C., Williams, B., Fodor, W. and Bondioli, K.R.. 2003. Production of α1,3-Galactosyltransferase-knockout pigs expressing human α1,2-Fucosylosyltransferase. Biol. Reprod. 69:437-45.

2004-Present. Associate Professor, School of Animal Sciences, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA.

1996-2003. Associate Director, Transgenic Technology, Alexion Pharmaceuticals Inc., Sherburne, NY.

1993 -1996. Principal Scientist, Altra Bio Inc., Beltsville, MD.

1992 – 1993. Special Consultant. American Breeders Service, Madison WI.

1982 – 1992. Senior Research Scientist/Director of Research, Granada BioSciences Inc., College Station, TX.

Cornell University, B.S. (Animal Science), 1973
Washington State University, M.S., 1979 
Washington State University, Ph.D., 1982 

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