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2015Exosomes: Mechanisms of UptakeAshton, Anthony; McCracken, Sharon Anne; McKelvey, Kelly; Morris, Jonathan; Powell, Katie; Northern Clinical School: Obstetrics & Gynaecology; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Obstetrics & Gynaecology; Northern Clinical School: Kolling InstituteExosomes: Mechanisms of Uptake, Journal of Circulating Biomarkers, vol.4, 7, 2015,pp 1-9
2018Formyl peptide receptor-2 is decreased in fetal growth restriction and contributes to placental dysfunctionMcCracken, Sharon Anne; McKelvey, Kelly; Morris, Jonathan; Powell, Katie; Alfaidy, Nadia; Borg, Anthony; Dimitriadis, Evodokia; Ebeling, Peter R; Fournier, Thierry; James, Joanna; Lappas, Martha; Leaw, Bryan; Lim, Ratana; Murthi, Padma; Parry, Laura J.; Roberts, Claire; Singh, Harmeet; Wallace, Euan; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling InstituteFormyl peptide receptor-2 is decreased in fetal growth restriction and contributes to placental dysfunction, Molecular Human Reproduction, vol.24, 2, 2018,pp 94-109
2018Formyl peptide receptor-2 is decreased in fetal growth restriction and contributes to placental dysfunctionMcCracken, Sharon Anne; McKelvey, Kelly; Morris, Jonathan; Powell, Katie; Alfaidy, Nadia; Borg, Anthony; Dimitriadis, Evodokia; Ebeling, Peter R; Fournier, Thierry; James, Joanna; Lappas, Martha; Leaw, Bryan; Lim, Ratana; Murthi, Padma; Parry, Laura J.; Roberts, Claire; Singh, Harmeet; Wallace, Euan; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling InstituteFormyl peptide receptor-2 is decreased in fetal growth restriction and contributes to placental dysfunction, Molecular Human Reproduction, vol.24, 2, 2018,pp 94-109
2018Formyl peptide receptor-2 is decreased in fetal growth restriction and contributes to placental dysfunctionMcCracken, Sharon Anne; McKelvey, Kelly; Morris, Jonathan; Powell, Katie; Alfaidy, Nadia; Borg, Anthony; Dimitriadis, Evodokia; Ebeling, Peter R; Fournier, Thierry; James, Joanna; Lappas, Martha; Leaw, Bryan; Lim, Ratana; Murthi, Padma; Parry, Laura J.; Roberts, Claire; Singh, Harmeet; Wallace, Euan; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling InstituteFormyl peptide receptor-2 is decreased in fetal growth restriction and contributes to placental dysfunction, Molecular Human Reproduction, vol.24, 2, 2018,pp 94-109
2018Formyl peptide receptor-2 is decreased in fetal growth restriction and contributes to placental dysfunctionMcCracken, Sharon Anne; McKelvey, Kelly; Morris, Jonathan; Powell, Katie; Alfaidy, Nadia; Borg, Anthony; Dimitriadis, Evodokia; Ebeling, Peter R; Fournier, Thierry; James, Joanna; Lappas, Martha; Leaw, Bryan; Lim, Ratana; Murthi, Padma; Parry, Laura J.; Roberts, Claire; Singh, Harmeet; Wallace, Euan; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling InstituteFormyl peptide receptor-2 is decreased in fetal growth restriction and contributes to placental dysfunction, Molecular Human Reproduction, vol.24, 2, 2018,pp 94-109
2018Formyl peptide receptor-2 is decreased in fetal growth restriction and contributes to placental dysfunctionMcCracken, Sharon Anne; McKelvey, Kelly; Morris, Jonathan; Powell, Katie; Alfaidy, Nadia; Borg, Anthony; Dimitriadis, Evodokia; Ebeling, Peter R; Fournier, Thierry; James, Joanna; Lappas, Martha; Leaw, Bryan; Lim, Ratana; Murthi, Padma; Parry, Laura J.; Roberts, Claire; Singh, Harmeet; Wallace, Euan; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling InstituteFormyl peptide receptor-2 is decreased in fetal growth restriction and contributes to placental dysfunction, Molecular Human Reproduction, vol.24, 2, 2018,pp 94-109
2018Formyl peptide receptor-2 is decreased in fetal growth restriction and contributes to placental dysfunctionMcCracken, Sharon Anne; McKelvey, Kelly; Morris, Jonathan; Powell, Katie; Alfaidy, Nadia; Borg, Anthony; Dimitriadis, Evodokia; Ebeling, Peter R; Fournier, Thierry; James, Joanna; Lappas, Martha; Leaw, Bryan; Lim, Ratana; Murthi, Padma; Parry, Laura J.; Roberts, Claire; Singh, Harmeet; Wallace, Euan; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling InstituteFormyl peptide receptor-2 is decreased in fetal growth restriction and contributes to placental dysfunction, Molecular Human Reproduction, vol.24, 2, 2018,pp 94-109
2018Formyl peptide receptor-2 is decreased in fetal growth restriction and contributes to placental dysfunctionMcCracken, Sharon Anne; McKelvey, Kelly; Morris, Jonathan; Powell, Katie; Alfaidy, Nadia; Borg, Anthony; Dimitriadis, Evodokia; Ebeling, Peter R; Fournier, Thierry; James, Joanna; Lappas, Martha; Leaw, Bryan; Lim, Ratana; Murthi, Padma; Parry, Laura J.; Roberts, Claire; Singh, Harmeet; Wallace, Euan; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling InstituteFormyl peptide receptor-2 is decreased in fetal growth restriction and contributes to placental dysfunction, Molecular Human Reproduction, vol.24, 2, 2018,pp 94-109
2018Formyl peptide receptor-2 is decreased in fetal growth restriction and contributes to placental dysfunctionMcCracken, Sharon Anne; McKelvey, Kelly; Morris, Jonathan; Powell, Katie; Alfaidy, Nadia; Borg, Anthony; Dimitriadis, Evodokia; Ebeling, Peter R; Fournier, Thierry; James, Joanna; Lappas, Martha; Leaw, Bryan; Lim, Ratana; Murthi, Padma; Parry, Laura J.; Roberts, Claire; Singh, Harmeet; Wallace, Euan; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling InstituteFormyl peptide receptor-2 is decreased in fetal growth restriction and contributes to placental dysfunction, Molecular Human Reproduction, vol.24, 2, 2018,pp 94-109
2018Formyl peptide receptor-2 is decreased in fetal growth restriction and contributes to placental dysfunctionMcCracken, Sharon Anne; McKelvey, Kelly; Morris, Jonathan; Powell, Katie; Alfaidy, Nadia; Borg, Anthony; Dimitriadis, Evodokia; Ebeling, Peter R; Fournier, Thierry; James, Joanna; Lappas, Martha; Leaw, Bryan; Lim, Ratana; Murthi, Padma; Parry, Laura J.; Roberts, Claire; Singh, Harmeet; Wallace, Euan; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling InstituteFormyl peptide receptor-2 is decreased in fetal growth restriction and contributes to placental dysfunction, Molecular Human Reproduction, vol.24, 2, 2018,pp 94-109
2018Formyl peptide receptor-2 is decreased in fetal growth restriction and contributes to placental dysfunctionMcCracken, Sharon Anne; McKelvey, Kelly; Morris, Jonathan; Powell, Katie; Alfaidy, Nadia; Borg, Anthony; Dimitriadis, Evodokia; Ebeling, Peter R; Fournier, Thierry; James, Joanna; Lappas, Martha; Leaw, Bryan; Lim, Ratana; Murthi, Padma; Parry, Laura J.; Roberts, Claire; Singh, Harmeet; Wallace, Euan; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling InstituteFormyl peptide receptor-2 is decreased in fetal growth restriction and contributes to placental dysfunction, Molecular Human Reproduction, vol.24, 2, 2018,pp 94-109
2016High maternal iron status, dietary iron intake and iron supplement use in pregnancy and risk of gestational diabetes mellitus: a prospective study and systematic reviewKhambalia, Amina; McElduff, Aidan; Morris, Jonathan; Nagubandi, P; Nassar, Natasha; Powell, Katie; Roberts, Christine; Aimone, Ashley; Tasevski, Vitomir; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Northern Clinical School: Obstetrics & Gynaecology; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; School of Public Health: Public Health; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: MedicineHigh maternal iron status, dietary iron intake and iron supplement use in pregnancy and risk of gestational diabetes mellitus: a prospective study and systematic review, Diabetic Medicine, vol.33, 9, 2016,pp 1211-1221
2015High maternal serum ferritin in early pregnancy and risk of spontaneous preterm birthKhambalia, Amina; Morris, Jonathan; Nassar, Natasha; Roberts, Christine; Collins, Clare E; Powell, Katie; Tasevski, Vitomir; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Obstetrics & Gynaecology; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: MedicineHigh maternal serum ferritin in early pregnancy and risk of spontaneous preterm birth, British Journal of Nutrition, vol.114, 3, 2015,pp 455-461
2016Iron deficiency in early pregnancy using serum ferritin and soluble transferrin receptor concentrations are associated with pregnancy and birth outcomesKhambalia, Amina; Morris, Jonathan; Nassar, Natasha; Powell, Katie; Roberts, Christine; Tasevski, Vitomir; Collins, Clare E; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Obstetrics & Gynaecology; School of Public Health: Public Health; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Northern Clinical School: Kolling InstituteIron deficiency in early pregnancy using serum ferritin and soluble transferrin receptor concentrations are associated with pregnancy and birth outcomes, European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, vol.70, 3, 2016,pp 358-363
2016Role for the thromboxane A2 receptor (beta)-isoform in the pathogenesis of intrauterine growth restrictionAshton, Anthony; McCracken, Sharon Anne; Morris, Jonathan; Powell, Katie; Stevens, Veronica; Cheng, Yan; Simpson, Ann M; Tasevski, Vitomir; Upton, Dannielle; Northern Clinical School: Obstetrics & Gynaecology; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Obstetrics & Gynaecology; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: MedicineRole for the thromboxane A2 receptor (beta)-isoform in the pathogenesis of intrauterine growth restriction, Scientific Reports, vol.6, N/A, 2016,pp 1-15