Obstetrics & Gynaecology Publications

 

Focusing on women’s health, Obstetrics & Gynaecology Publications has five main research areas. These research areas are, maternal-fetal medicine, reproductive endocrinology and infertility, urogynaecology/minimally invasive surgery, gynaecologic oncology, and womens health research.

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Submissions from 2006

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Choice in Fertility Preservation in Girls and Adolescent Women with Cancer, Jeffrey Nisker, Françoise Baylis, and Carolyn McLeod

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Na+/K+ -ATPase regulates tight junction formation and function during mouse preimplantation development., Michelle I Violette, Pavneesh Madan, and Andrew J Watson

Submissions from 2005

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Effect of serum and cumulus cell expansion on marker gene transcripts in bovine cumulus-oocyte complexes during maturation in vitro., Michele D Calder, Anita N Caveney, Marc-Andre Sirard, and Andrew J Watson

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Roles of Na,K-ATPase in early development and trophectoderm differentiation., Gerald M Kidder and Andrew J Watson

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Mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK) blockade of bovine preimplantation embryogenesis requires inhibition of both p38 and extracellular signal-regulated kinase (ERK) pathways., Pavneesh Madan, Michele D Calder, and Andrew J Watson

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p38 mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK) first regulates filamentous actin at the 8-16-cell stage during preimplantation development., Andrew J M Paliga, David R Natale, and Andrew J Watson

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Is There Value in Using Physician Billing Claims along with Other Administrative Health Care Data to Document the Burden of Adolescent Injury? An Exploratory Investigation with Comparison to Self-reports in Ontario, Canada, Beth K. Potter, Douglas Manuel, Kathy N. Speechley, Iris A. Gutmanis, M. Karen Campbell, and John J. Koval

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Socioeconomic Status and Non-fatal Injuries among Canadian Adolescents: Variations across SES and Injury Measures, Beth K. Potter, Kathy N. Speechley, John J. Koval, Iris A. Gutmanis, M. Karen Campbell, and Douglas Manuel

Potential and limitations of bovine-specific arrays for the analysis of mRNA levels in early development: preliminary analysis using a bovine embryonic array., Marc-André Sirard, Isabelle Dufort, Maud Vallée, Lyne Massicotte, Catherine Gravel, Hélène Reghenas, Andrew J Watson, W Allan King, and Claude Robert

Submissions from 2004

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Deletion of the Na/K-ATPase alpha1-subunit gene (Atp1a1) does not prevent cavitation of the preimplantation mouse embryo., L C Barcroft, A E Moseley, J B Lingrel, and A J Watson

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RGS14 is a mitotic spindle protein essential from the first division of the mammalian zygote., Luke Martin-McCaffrey, Francis S Willard, Antonio J Oliveira-dos-Santos, David R C Natale, Bryan E Snow, Randall J Kimple, Agnieszka Pajak, Andrew J Watson, Lina Dagnino, Josef M Penninger, David P Siderovski, and Sudhir J A D'Souza

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p38 MAPK signaling during murine preimplantation development., David R Natale, Andrew J M Paliga, Frank Beier, S J A D'Souza, and Andrew J Watson

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Molecular regulation of blastocyst formation., A J Watson, D R Natale, and L C Barcroft

Submissions from 2003

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Aquaporin proteins in murine trophectoderm mediate transepithelial water movements during cavitation., Lisa C Barcroft, Hanne Offenberg, Preben Thomsen, and Andrew J Watson

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Responsiveness of bovine cumulus-oocyte-complexes (COC) to porcine and recombinant human FSH, and the effect of COC quality on gonadotropin receptor and Cx43 marker gene mRNAs during maturation in vitro., Michele D Calder, Anita N Caveney, Lawrence C Smith, and Andrew J Watson

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Responsiveness of Bovine Cumulus-Oocyte-Complexes (COC) to Porcine and Recombinant Human FSH, and the Effect of COC Quality on Gonadotropin Receptor and Cx43 Marker Gene mRNAs During Maturation In Vitro, Michele D. Calder, Anita N. Caveney, Lawrence C. Smith, and Andrew J. Watson

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A null mutation for tissue inhibitor of metalloproteinases-3 (Timp-3) impairs murine bronchiole branching morphogenesis., Sean E Gill, M Cynthia Pape, Rama Khokha, Andrew J Watson, and Kevin J Leco

Submissions from 2002

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The gamma-subunit of the Na-K-ATPase as a potential regulator of apical and basolateral Na+-pump isozymes during development of bovine pre-attachment embryos., L C Barcroft, S E Gill, and A J Watson

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Rac-1 and IQGAP are potential regulators of E-cadherin-catenin interactions during murine preimplantation development., David R Natale and Andrew J Watson

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Ovarian stanniocalcin is structurally unique in mammals and its production and release are regulated through the luteinizing hormone receptor., Mark Paciga, Andrew J Watson, Gabriel E DiMattia, and Graham F Wagner

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Communication Skills Assessed at OSCE Are Not Affected by Participation in the Adolescent Healthy Sexuality Program, D. A. Penava and S. Stanojevic

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Targeting gene expression in the preimplantation mouse embryo using morpholino antisense oligonucleotides., Laura S Siddall, Lisa C Barcroft, and Andrew J Watson

Submissions from 2001

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Cyclooxygenase-2 and prostaglandin E(2)(PGE(2)) receptor messenger RNAs are affected by bovine oocyte maturation time and cumulus-oocyte complex quality, and PGE(2) induces moderate expansion of the bovine cumulus in vitro., M D Calder, A N Caveney, M E Westhusin, and A J Watson

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Amino acid concentrations in fluids from the bovine oviduct and uterus and in KSOM-based culture media., Y M Elhassan, G Wu, A C Leanez, R J Tasca, A J Watson, and M E Westhusin

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Sensitivity of bovine blastocyst gene expression patterns to culture environments assessed by differential display RT-PCR., D R Natale, P A De Sousa, M E Westhusin, and A J Watson