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2010IFPA Award in Placentology Lecture: Complicated interactions between genes and the environment in placentation, pregnancy outcome and long term healthRoberts, C.
2006Differential activation of insulin receptor isoforms by insulin-like growth factors is determined by the C domainDenley, A.; Brierley, G.; Carroll, J.; Lindenberg, A.; Booker, G.; Cosgrove, L.; Wallace, J.; Forbes, B.; Roberts, C.
2010Robust early pregnancy prediction of later preeclampsia using metabolomic biomarkersKenny, L.; Broadhurst, D.; Dunn, W.; Brown, M.; North, R.; McCowan, L.; Roberts, C.; Cooper, G.; Kell, D.; Baker, P.
2006Epigenetics and imprinting of the trophoblast - A workshop reportFerguson-Smith, A.; Moore, T.; Detmar, J.; Lewis, A.; Hemberger, J.; Jammes, H.; Kelsey, G.; Roberts, C.; Constancia, M.
2003Determinants of fetal leptin synthesis, fat mass, and circulating leptin concentrations in well-nourished ewes in late pregnancyMuhlhausler, B.; Roberts, C.; Yuen, B.; Marrocco, E.; Budge, H.; Symonds, M.; McFarlane, J.; Kauter, K.; Stagg, P.; Pearse, J.; McMillen, I.
2003Leptin alters the structural and functional characteristics of adipose tissue before birthYuen, B.; Owens, P.; Muhlhausler, B.; Roberts, C.; Symonds, M.; Keisler, D.; McFarlane, J.; Kauter, K.; Evens, Y.; McMillen, I.
2008Distinct Actions of Insulin-Like Growth Factors (IGFs) on Placental Development and Fetal Growth: Lessons from Mice and Guinea Pigs.Roberts, C.; Owens, J.; Sferruzzi-Perri, A.
2013Maternal and paternal genomes differentially affect myofibre characteristics and muscle weights of bovine fetuses at midgestationXiang, R.; Ghani Poor Samami, M.; Johns, W.; Eindorf, T.; Rutley, D.; Kruk, Z.; Fitzsimmons, C.; Thomsen, D.; Roberts, C.; Burns, B.; Anderson, G.; Greenwood, P.; Hiendleder, S.
2009Responses to maternal GH or ractopamine during early-mid pregnancy are similar in primiparous and multiparous pregnant pigsGatford, K.; De Blasio, M.; Roberts, C.; Nottle, M.; Kind, K.; Van Wettere, W.; Smits, R.; Owens, J.
2005Chronic maternal feed restriction impairs growth but increases adiposity of the fetal guinea pigKind, K.; Roberts, C.; Sohlstrom, A.; Katsman, A.; Clifton, P.; Robinson, J.; Owens, J.