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2010Periconceptional undernutrition in normal and overweight ewes leads to increased adrenal growth and epigenetic changes in adrenal IGF2/H19 gene in offspringZhang, S.; Rattanatray, L.; MacLaughlin, S.; Cropley, J.; Suter, C.; Molloy, L.; Kleemann, D.; Walker, S.; Muhlhausler, B.; Morrison, J.; McMillen, I.
2004Attaining quality in science education through a teaching-research nexusRoberts, M.; McHolm, D.; McMillen, I.; Buckley, P.; Carmichael, R.; Australian Universities Quality Forum (3rd : 2004 : Adelaide, Australia)
2006Increased maternal nutrition alters development of the appetite-regulating network in the brainMuhlhausler, B.; Adam, C.; Findlay, P.; Duffield, J.; McMillen, I.
2009Rosiglitazone increases the expression of peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor-γ target genes in adipose tissue, liver, and skeletal muscle in the sheep fetus in late gestationMuhlhausler, B.; Morrison, J.; McMillen, I.
2005Early origins of obesity: programming the appetite regulatory systemMcMillen, I.; Adam, C.; Muhlhausler, B.
2005Impact of glucose infusion on the structural and functional characteristics of adipose tissue and on hypothalamic gene expression for appetite regulatory neuropeptides in the sheep fetus during late gestationMuhlhausler, B.; Adam, C.; Marrocco, E.; Findlay, P.; Roberts, C.; McFarlane, J.; Kauter, K.; McMillen, I.
2009Intrauterine growth restriction and the sex specific programming of leptin and peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor [gamma (PPAR gamma]) mRNA expression in visceral fat in the lambDuffield, J.; Vuocolo, T.; Tellam, R.; McFarlane, J.; Kauter, K.; Muhlhausler, B.; McMillen, I.
1997Cortisol differentially regulates pituitary-adrenal function in the sheep fetus after disconnection of the hypothalamus and pituitaryRoss, J.; Phillips, I.; Owens, J.; McMillen, I.
2004Appetite regulatory neuropeptides are expressed in the sheep hypothalamus before birthMuhlhausler, B.; McMillen, I.; Rouzad, G.; Findlay, P.; Marrocco, E.; Rhind, S.; Adam, C.
1996The relative roles of the hypothalamus and cortisol in the control of prolactin gene expression in the anterior pituitary of the sheep fetusPhillips, I.; Simonetta, G.; Owens, J.; Robinson, J.; Clarke, I.; McMillen, I.