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2006Oocyte-secreted factors enhance oocyte developmental competenceHussein, T.; Thompson, J.; Gilchrist, R.
2001Urokinase-type plasminogen activator (uPA) and matrix metalloproteinase-9 (MMP-9) expression and activity during early embryo development in the cowWhiteside, E.; Kan, M.; Jackson, M.; Thompson, J.; McNaughton, C.; Herington, A.; Harvey, M.
2003Influence of oocyte-secreted factors and culture duration on the metabolic activity of bovine cumulus cell complexesMcDowall, M.; Cetica, P.; Beconi, M.; Kind, K.; Gilchrist, R.; Thompson, J.
2007Oocyte-secreted factor activation of SMAD 2/3 signaling enables initiation of mouse cumulus cell expansionDragovic, R.; Ritter, L.; Schulz, S.; Amato, F.; Thompson, J.; Armstrong, D.; Gilchrist, R.
2007Oocyte maturation: Emerging concepts and technologies to improve developmental potential in vitroGilchrist, R.; Thompson, J.
2005Oocytes prevent cumulus cell apoptosis by maintaining a morphogenic paracrine gradient of bone morphogenetic proteinsHussein, T.; Froiland, D.; Amato, F.; Thompson, J.; Gilchrist, R.
2004Effect of specific phosphodiesterase isoenzyne inhibitors during in vitro maturation of bovine oocytes on meiotic and developmental capacityThomas, R.; Thompson, J.; Armstrong, D.; Gilchrist, R.
2005Effect of hexoses and gonadotrophin supplementation on bovine oocyte nuclear maturation during in vitro maturation in a synthetic follicle fluid mediumMcDowall, M.; Gilchrist, R.; Thompson, J.
2006Glucosamine supplementation during in vitro maturation inhibits subsequent embryo development: Possible role of the hexosamine pathway as a regulator of developmental competence.McDowall, M.; Mitchell, M.; Cetica, P.; Dalvit, G.; Pantaleon, M.; Lane, M.; Gilchrist, R.; Thompson, J.
2005Oxygen concentration during in vitro maturation of murine oocytes affects blastocyst cell lineageBanwell, K.; Lane, M.; Russell, D.; Kind, K.; Thompson, J.