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2009Mitochondrial fatty acid transport enzyme deficiency-implications for in vitro fertilizationHull, M.; Nemeth, D.; Hague, W.; Wilkinson, C.; Liebelt, J.; Lane, M.; Inglis, D.
2008Oocyte-secreted factors: regulators of cumulus cell function and oocyte qualityGilchrist, R.; Lane, M.; Thompson, J.
2010Oxygen consumption and ROS production are increased at the time of fertilization and cell cleavage in bovine zygotesSousa Lopes, A.; Lane, M.; Thompson, J.
2005Dietary protein does not influence mitochondrial distribution in the 2-cell mouse embryoMitchell, M.; Lane, M.
2012Culture systems for the human embryoGardner, D.; Lane, M.
2012Does obesity really matter?: the impact of BMI on embryo quality and pregnancy outcomes after IVF in women aged ≤38 yearsZander, D.; Henshaw, R.; Hamilton, H.; Lane, M.
2006The CryoLoop facilitates re-vitrification of embryos at four successive stages of development without impairing embryo growthSheehan, C.; Lane, M.; Gardner, D.
2010Avoidance of weekend oocyte retrievals during GnRH antagonist treatment by simple advancement or delay of hCG administration does not adversely affect IVF live birth outcomesTremellen, K.; Lane, M.
2005Oxygen concentration during in vitro maturation of murine oocytes affects blastocyst cell lineageBanwell, 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.