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Impact of maternal undernutrition and fetal number on glucocorticoid, growth hormone and insulin-like growth factor receptor mRNA abundance in the ovine fetal kidney

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Brennan, K. A., Gopalakrishnan, G. S., Kurlak, L., Rhind, S. M., Kyle, C. E., Brooks, A. N., …Symonds, M. E. (2005)
Impact of maternal undernutrition and fetal number on glucocorticoid, growth hormone and insulin-like growth factor receptor mRNA abundance in the ovine fetal kidney. Reproduction, 129, 151-159. https://doi.org/10.1530/rep.1.00229
Epidemiological and animal studies strongly indicate that the environment experienced in utero determines, in part, an individual’s likelihood of developing cardiovascular dis...

Programming of adult cardiovascular function after early maternal undernutrition in sheep

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Gopalakrishnan, G. S., Gardner, D. S., Rhind, S. M., Rae, M. T., Kyle, C. E., Brooks, A. N., …Symonds, M. E. (2004)
Programming of adult cardiovascular function after early maternal undernutrition in sheep. American journal of physiology: regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology, 287(1), R12-R20. https://doi.org/10.1152/ajpregu.00687.2003
The prenatal nutritional environment influences the subsequent risk of hypertension in adulthood. Animal studies have used, generally, the rat as a model species to illustrate...

Anti-inflammatory and proliferative responses in human and ovine ovarian surface epithelial cells

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Gubbay, O., Guo, W., Rae, M. T., Niven, D., Howie, A. F., McNeilly, A. S., …Hillier, S. G. (2004)
Anti-inflammatory and proliferative responses in human and ovine ovarian surface epithelial cells. Reproduction, 128, 607-614. https://doi.org/10.1530/rep.1.00272
The majority of ovarian cancers (>90%) are believed to derive from the ovarian surface epithelium (OSE); a single layer covering the entire surface of the ovary. At ovulation,...

Inflammation-associated gene expression is altered between normal human ovarian surface epithelial cells and cell lines derived from ovarian adenocarcinomas.

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Gubbay, O., Guo, W., Rae, M. T., Niven, D., Langdon, S. P. & Hillier, S. G. (2005)
Inflammation-associated gene expression is altered between normal human ovarian surface epithelial cells and cell lines derived from ovarian adenocarcinomas. British Journal of Cancer. 92, 1927-33. doi:10.1038/sj.bjc.6602568. ISSN 0007-0920
Ovulation is believed to contribute to the development of ovarian cancers that derive from the ovarian surface epithelium (OSE). The process of ovulation is synonymous with in...