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2006Prenatal programming of postnatal obesityMcMillen, I.; Duffield, J.; Muhlhausler, B.
2001Maternal and placental influences that program the fetus - Experimental findingsRobinson, J.; McMillen, I.; Edwards, L.; Kind, K.; Gatford, K.; Owens, J.
1996Circulating proopiomelanocortin-derived peptide concentrations and adrenal insulin-like growth factor-II and steroidogenic enzyme mRNA levels in fetal sheep during late gestation and after disconnection of the fetal hypothalamus and pituitaryPhillips, I.; Ross, J.; Owens, J.; Young, I.; McMillen, I.
2002Fetal leptin is a signal of fat mass independent of maternal nutrition in ewes fed at or above maintenance energy requirementsMuhlhausler, B.; Roberts, C.; McFarlane, J.; Kauter, K.; McMillen, I.
1997Cortisol differentially regulates pituitary-adrenal function in the sheep fetus after disconnection of the hypothalamus and pituitaryRoss, J.; Phillips, I.; Owens, J.; McMillen, I.
1999Restriction of placental and fetal growth in sheep alters fetal blood pressure responses to angiotension II and captoprilEdwards, L.; Simonetta, G.; Owens, J.; Robinson, J.; McMillen, I.
1996The peptide ACTH (1-39), adrenal growth and steroidogenesis in the sheep fetus after disconnection of the hypothalamus and pituitaryPhillips, I.; Ross, J.; Owens, J.; Young, I.; McMillen, I.
1996The relative roles of the hypothalamus and cortisol in the control of prolactin gene expression in the anterior pituitary of the sheep fetusPhillips, I.; Simonetta, G.; Owens, J.; Robinson, J.; Clarke, I.; McMillen, I.
1997Impact of placental restriction on the development of the sympathoadrenal systemSimonetta, G.; Rourke, A.; Owens, J.; Robinson, J.; McMillen, I.
1998Effects of increasing gestation, cortisol and maternal undernutrition on hypothalamic neuropeptide Y expression in the sheep fetusWarnes, K.; Morris, M.; Symonds, M.; Phillips, I.; Owens, J.; McMillen, I.