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2000Impact of restriction of placental and fetal growth on expression of 11b-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase type 1 and type 2 messenger ribonucleic acid in the liver, kidney, and adrenal of the sheep fetusMcMillen, I.; Warnes, K.; Adams, M.; Robinson, J.; Owens, J.; Coulter, C.
2000Differential effects of placental restriction on IDF-II, ACTH receptor and steroidogenic enzyme mRNA levels in the foetal sheep adrenalRoss, J.; Phillips, I.; Simonetta, G.; Owens, J.; Robinson, J.; McMillen, I.
2001Responses of the fetal pituitary-adrenal axis to acute and chronic hypoglycemia during late gestation in the sheepEdwards, L.; Symonds, M.; Warnes, K.; Owens, J.; Butler, T.; Jurisevic, A.; McMillen, I.
2000Treatment of underfed pigs with GH throughout the second quarter of pregnancy increases fetal growthGatford, K.; Owens, J.; Campbell, R.; Boyce, J.; Grant, P.; De Blasio, M.; Owens, P.
2001Maternal food restriction reduces the exchange surface area and increases the barrier thickness of the placenta in the guinea-pigRoberts, C.; Sohlstrom, A.; Kind, K.; Earl, R.; Khong, T.; Robinson, J.; Owens, P.; Owens, J.
2002Effect of maternal feed restriction on blood pressure in the adult guinea pigKind, K.; Simonetta, G.; Clifton, P.; Robinson, J.; Owens, J.
2002Role of pituitary POMC-peptides and insulin-like growth factor II in the developmental biology of the adrenal glandCoulter, C.; Ross, J.; Owens, J.; Bennett, H.; McMillen, I.
2001Altered placental structure induced by maternal food restriction in guinea pigs: A role for circulating IGF-II and IGFBP-2 in the mother?Roberts, C.; Sohlstrom, A.; Kind, K.; Grant, P.; Earl, R.; Robinson, J.; Khong, T.; Owens, P.; Owens, J.
2001Maternal and placental influences that program the fetus - Experimental findingsRobinson, J.; McMillen, I.; Edwards, L.; Kind, K.; Gatford, K.; Owens, J.
2001Maternal nutrition affects the ability of treatment with IGF-I and IGF-II to increase growth of the placenta and fetus, in guinea pigsSohlstrom, A.; Fernberg, P.; Owens, J.; Owens, P.