Turner, R.M.*(*senior and corresponding author) Complications associated with the presence of two intrauterine glass balls used for estrus suppression in a mare. Equine Veterinary Education 27: 340-343, 2015.Whitesell, K., McDonnell, S.M., and turner, R.M.*(senior and corresponding author) Modernizing the Stallion Breeding Soundness Evaluation. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science 34: 50-51, 2014.Turner, R.M.* and Zeng, W. (*senior and corresponding author) The emerging pathophysiology of age-related testicular degeneration with a focus on the stallion and an update on potential therapies. Reproduction in Domestic Animals 47 (Suppl. 4): 178-186, 2012.Knobbe, M.G., Levine, D.G., Habecker, P.L., Beech, J., and Turner, R.M.*(*senior and corresponding author) Prostatic masses in geldings. Two cases. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science 32: 628-633, 2012.Knobbe, M.G., Maenhoudt, C., Turner, R.M., and McDonnell, S.M. Two Standardbred 64XY, SRY positive intersex cases identified as a result of high post-race testosterone concentrations in Pennsylvania. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 238: 751-754, 2011.Brito, L.F., Greene, L.M., Kelleman, A., Knobbe, M., and Turner, R.M. Effect of method and clinician on sperm morphology evaluation in stallions. Theriogenology 76: 745-750, 2011.Turner, R.M., Rathi, R., Honaramooz, A., Zeng, W., and Dobrinski, I. Xenografting restores spermatogenesis to cryptorchid testicular tissue but does not rescue the phenotype of testicular degneration. Reproduction, Fertility and Development 22: 673 – 683, 2010.Brito, L., Engiles, J., Turner, R.M., Getman, L., and Ebling, A. Bilateral testicular mixed germ cell-sex cord-stromal tumors in a stallion Reproduction in Domestic Animals 44: 846-851, 2009.Brito, L., Sertich, P.L., Durkin, K., Chowdhary, B.P., Turner, R.M., Greene, L.G., and McDonnell, S.M. Autosomic 27 trisomy in a Standardbred colt Journal of Equine Veterinary Science 28: 431-436, 2008.Schlingmann, K., Michaut, M., McElwee, J., Wolff, C.A., Travis, A.J., and Turner, R.M. Calmodulin and CaMKII in the sperm principal piece: Evidence for a motility-related calcium/calmodulin pathway. Journal of Andrology 28: 706 – 716, 2007.