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 1995


Expression of genes encoding antioxidant enzymes in preimplantation mouse and cow embryos and primary bovine oviduct cultures employed for embryo coculture., M B Harvey, M Y Arcellana-Panlilio, X Zhang, G A Schultz, and A J Watson

Submissions from 1994


A growth factor phenotype map for ovine preimplantation development., A J Watson, P H Watson, M Arcellana-Panlilio, D Warnes, S K Walker, G A Schultz, D T Armstrong, and R F Seamark


Preimplantation development of in vitro-matured and in vitro-fertilized ovine zygotes: comparison between coculture on oviduct epithelial cell monolayers and culture under low oxygen atmosphere., A J Watson, P H Watson, D Warnes, S K Walker, D T Armstrong, and R F Seamark


Possible roles of insulin and insulin-like growth factors in rat preimplantation development: investigation of gene expression by reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction., X Zhang, G M Kidder, A J Watson, G A Schultz, and D T Armstrong

Submissions from 1992


How to make a blastocyst., A J Watson, G M Kidder, and G A Schultz

Submissions from 1990

Differentiation of an epithelium: factors affecting the polarized distribution of Na+,K(+)-ATPase in mouse trophectoderm., A J Watson, C H Damsky, and G M Kidder

Expression of Na,K-ATPase alpha and beta subunit genes during preimplantation development of the mouse., A J Watson, C Pape, J R Emanuel, R Levenson, and G M Kidder

Cell polarity and development of the first epithelium., L M Wiley, G M Kidder, and A J Watson

Submissions from 1988

Immunofluorescence assessment of the timing of appearance and cellular distribution of Na/K-ATPase during mouse embryogenesis., A J Watson and G M Kidder