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2003Insulin-like growth factors and foetal programming - a workshop reportRoberts, C.; Owens, J.; Carter, A.; Harding, J.; Austgulen, R.; Wlodek, M.
2008Maternal insulin-like growth factor-II promotes placental functional development via the type 2 IGF receptor in the guinea pigSferruzzi-Perri, A.; Owens, J.; Standen, P.; Roberts, C.
1999The effect of maternal nutrition on growth and development before and after birthRobinson, J.; McMillen, I.; Edwards, L.; Erwich, J.; Roberts, C.; Kind, K.; Owens, J.
2005Placental perturbations and pregnancy outcome: a common threadRoberts, C.; Sferruzzi-Perri, A.; Kind, K.; Robinson, J.; Owens, J.; Comparative Placentology. Conference (2005 : Victoria, Canada)
2007Early pregnancy maternal endocrine insulin-like growth factor I programs the placenta for increased functional capacity throughout gestationSferruzzi-Perri, A.; Owens, J.; Standen, P.; Taylor, R.; Robinson, J.; Roberts, C.
2010Maternal responses to daily maternal porcine somatotropin injections during early-mid pregnancy or early-late pregnancy in sows and giltsGatford, K.; Smits, R.; Collins, C.; Argent, C.; De Blasio, M.; Roberts, C.; Nottle, M.; Kind, K.; Owens, J.
2012Maternal low-dose porcine somatotropin treatment in late gestation increases progeny weight at birth and weaning in sows but not in giltsGatford, K.; Smits, R.; Collins, C.; De Blasio, M.; Roberts, C.; Nottle, M.; Van Wettere, W.; Kind, K.; Owens, J.
2003Effect of maternal feed restriction during pregnancy on glucose tolerance in the adult guinea pigKind, K.; Clifton, P.; Grant, P.; Owens, P.; Sohlstrom, A.; Roberts, C.; Robinson, J.; Owens, J.
2005Late pregnancy increases hepatic expression of insulin-like growth factor-I in well nourished guinea pigsGrant, P.; Kind, K.; Roberts, C.; Sohlstrom, A.; Owens, P.; Owens, J.
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.