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1999The regulation of prolactin receptor messenger ribonucleic acid levels in the sheep liver before birth: relative roles of the fetal hypothalamus, cortisol, and the external photoperiodPhillips, Ian D.; Anthony, Russell V.; Houghton, Daniel Charles; McMillen, Isabella Caroline
1999Pulmonary gas exchange during exercise in highly trained cyclists with arterial hypoxemiaRice, Anthony John; Thornton, Andrew T.; Gore, Christopher J.; Scroop, Garry Campbell; Greville, Hugh W.; Wagner, Harrieth; Wagner, Peter D.; Hopkins, Susan R.
1995Evidence for hypothalamic control of the diurnal rhythms in prolactin and melatonin in the fetal sheep during late gestationHoughton, Daniel Charles; Young, Ian Ross; McMillen, Isabella Caroline
1995Impact of gestational age on the catecholamine responses of the fetal sheep adrenal to cholinergic stimulation in vitroButler, Timothy G.; Simonetta, Giuseppe; Roberts, Michael Lawrence; McMillen, Isabella Caroline
1997Photoperiodic history and hypothalamic control of prolactin secretion before birthHoughton, Daniel Charles; Young, Ian Ross; McMillen, Isabella Caroline
1996The influence of temperature, phylogeny and lung structure on the composition of reptilian pulmonary surfactantDaniels, Christopher Brian; Orgeig, Sandra; Smits, Allan W.; Miller, J. D.
1996Correlated changes in the firing rate of human motor units during voluntary contractionTurker, Kemal Sitki; Schmied, A.; Cheng, H. B.
1997Surfactant regulates pulmonary fluid balance in reptilesOrgeig, Sandra; Smits, Allan W.; Daniels, Christopher Brian; Herman, J. K.
1997Hepatic prolactin receptor gene expression increases in the sheep fetus before birth and after cortisol infusionPhillips, Ian D.; Anthony, Russell V.; Butler, Timothy G.; Ross, Jacob T.; McMillen, Isabella Caroline
1995The shape of the membrane potential trajectory in tonically-active human motoneuronesTurker, Kemal Sitki