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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.
2010Beyond oxygen: complex regulation and activity of hypoxia inducible factors in pregnancyPringle, K.; Kind, K.; Sferruzzi-Perri, A.; Thompson, J.; Roberts, C.
2010IFPA Award in Placentology Lecture: Complicated interactions between genes and the environment in placentation, pregnancy outcome and long term healthRoberts, 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.
2010DNA methylation-mediated Down-regulation of DNA methyltransferase-1 (DNMT1) is coincident with, but not essential for, global hypomethylation in human placentaNovakovic, B.; Wong, N.; Sibson, M.; Ng, H.; Morley, R.; Manuelpillai, U.; Down, T.; Rakyan, V.; Beck, S.; Hiendleder, S.; Roberts, C.; Craig, J.; Saffery, R.
2010Chronic maternal hypertension affects placental gene expression and differentiation in rabbitsMcArdle, A.; Maduwegedera, D.; Moritz, K.; Flower, R.; Denton, K.; Roberts, C.
2010Distinct patterns of gene-specific methylation in mammalian placentas: Implications for placental evolution and functionNg, H.; Novakovic, B.; Hiendleder, S.; Craig, J.; Roberts, C.; Saffery, R.
2010Chronic maternal hypertension characterized by renal dysfunction is associated with reduced placental blood flow during late gestation in rabbitsMcArdle, A.; Roberts, C.; Maduwegedera, D.; Flower, R.; Denton, K.
2010Risk factors for small-for-gestational-age infants by customised birthweight centiles: data from an international prospective cohort studyMcCowan, L.; Roberts, C.; Dekker, G.; Taylor, R.; Chan, E.; Kenny, L.; Baker, P.; Moss-Morris, R.; Chappell, L.; North, R.