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2008Maternal supply of omega 3 polyunsaturated fatty acids alter mechanisms involved in oocyte and early embryo development in the mouseWakefield, S.; Lane, M.; Schulz, S.; Hebart, M.; Thompson, J.; Mitchell, M.
2009Disruption of Mitochondrial Malate-Aspartate Shuttle Activity in Mouse Blastocysts Impairs Viability and Fetal GrowthMitchell, M.; Cashman, K.; Gardner, D.; Thompson, J.; Lane, M.
2008Sperm DNA damage is associated with assisted reproductive technology pregnancyBakos, H.; Thompson, J.; Inglis, D.; Lane, M.
2008Oocyte-secreted factors: regulators of cumulus cell function and oocyte qualityGilchrist, R.; Lane, M.; Thompson, J.
2008Exogenous growth differentiation factor 9 in oocyte maturation media enhances subsequent embryo development and fetal viability in miceYeo, C.; Gilchrist, R.; Thompson, J.; Lane, M.
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.
2007Oxygen concentration during mouse oocyte in vitro maturation affects embryo and fetal developmentBanwell, K.; Lane, M.; Russell, D.; Kind, K.; Thompson, J.
2006The difference in pregnancy rates between elective single embryo transfer (SET) compared to double embryo transfer is dependent on the implantation rates of embryos being transferred. Using mathematical modeling to determine when SET becomes a viable option.Thompson, J.; Lane, M.
2006Perturbations in mouse embryo development and viability caused by ammonium are more severe after exposure at the cleavage stagesZander, D.; Thompson, J.; Lane, M.