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2016Androgen action in female reproductive physiologySimanainen, Ulla; Walters, Kirsty; Gibson, Douglas; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research InstituteAndrogen action in female reproductive physiology, Current Opinion in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Obesity, vol.23, 3, 2016,pp 291-296
2008Androgen actions and the ovaryAllan, Charles; Handelsman, David; Walters, Kirsty; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research InstituteAndrogen actions and the ovary, Biology Of Reproduction, vol.78,(3),2008,pp 380-389
2014Androgen receptor inactivation resulted in acceleration in pubertal mammary gland growth, upregulation of ERα expression, and Wnt/β-catenin signaling in female miceDesai, Reena; Gao, Yan Ru (Ellen); Handelsman, David; Simanainen, Ulla; Walters, Kirsty; Zhou, Hong; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research InstituteAndrogen receptor inactivation resulted in acceleration in pubertal mammary gland growth, upregulation of ERα expression, and Wnt/β-catenin signaling in female mice, Endocrinology, vol.155, 12, 2014,pp 4951-4963
2016Androgen receptor splice variants and polycystic ovary syndrome: cause or effect?Handelsman, David; Walters, Kirsty; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research InstituteAndrogen receptor splice variants and polycystic ovary syndrome: cause or effect?, Asian Journal of Andrology, vol.18, 3, 2016,pp 442-443
2016Androgen receptor splice variants and polycystic ovary syndrome: Cause or effect?Handelsman, David; Walters, Kirsty; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research InstituteAndrogen receptor splice variants and polycystic ovary syndrome: Cause or effect?, Asian Journal of Andrology, vol.18, 3, 2016,pp 442-443
2012Androgen Resistance in Female Mice Increases Susceptibility to DMBA-Induced Mammary TumorsDesai, Reena; Gao, Yan; Handelsman, David; Jimenez, Mark; Simanainen, Ulla; Walters, Kirsty; Watson, Geoffrey W.; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: Medicine; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research InstituteAndrogen Resistance in Female Mice Increases Susceptibility to DMBA-Induced Mammary Tumors, Hormones and Cancer, vol.3, 3, 2012,pp 113-124
2016Androgens in polycystic ovary syndrome: Lessons from experimental modelsWalters, Kirsty; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research InstituteAndrogens in polycystic ovary syndrome: Lessons from experimental models, Current Opinion in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Obesity, vol.23, 3, 2016,pp 257-263
2014Characterization of Reproductive, Metabolic, and Endocrine Features of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome in Female Hyperandrogenic Mouse ModelsAllan, Charles; Caldwell, A S L; Desai, Reena; Handelsman, David; Jimenez, Mark; McMahon, Aisling; Middleton, Linda; Walters, Kirsty; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: Medicine; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research InstituteCharacterization of Reproductive, Metabolic, and Endocrine Features of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome in Female Hyperandrogenic Mouse Models, Endocrinology, vol.155, 8, 2014,pp 3146-3159
2013Characterizing the neuroendocrine and ovarian defects of androgen receptor-knockout female miceAllan, Charles; Desai, Reena; Handelsman, David; Jimenez, Mark; Joseph, Shai; Middleton, Linda; Walters, Kirsty; Cheng, Xiaobing B.; Ning, Guang; Smith, J; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: Medicine; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research InstituteCharacterizing the neuroendocrine and ovarian defects of androgen receptor-knockout female mice, American Journal of Physiology: Endocrinology and Metabolism (online), vol.305, 6, 2013,pp E717-E726
2016Defining the Nutritional and Metabolic Context of FGF21 Using the Geometric FrameworkCogger, Victoria Carroll; Conigrave, Arthur; Durrant-Whyte, Jessica; Gokarn, Rahul; Heblinski, Marika; James, David; Krycer, James; Le Couteur, David; McMahon, Aisling; Ponton, Fleur; Pulpitel, Tamara; Raubenheimer, David; Simpson, Stephen; Solon-Biet, Samantha; Wahl, Devin; Wali, Jibran; Walters, Kirsty; Warren, Alessandra; Morrison, Christopher; Ruohonen, Kari; Concord Clinical School: Medicine; Molecular Bioscience; Charles Perkins Centre; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES); Molecular Bioscience; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Vet Science Faculty; School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES); School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES); Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Charles Perkins Centre; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research InstituteDefining the Nutritional and Metabolic Context of FGF21 Using the Geometric Framework, Cell Metabolism, vol.24, 4, 2016,pp 555-565
2007Female mice haploinsufficient for an inactivated androgen receptor (AR) exhibit age-dependent defects that resemble the AR null phenotype of dysfunctional late follicle development, ovulation, and fertilityAllan, Charles; Handelsman, David; Jimenez, Mark; Lim, P; Walters, Kirsty; Davey, R. A.; Illingworth, P.; Zajac, J. D.; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: Medicine; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research InstituteFemale mice haploinsufficient for an inactivated androgen receptor (AR) exhibit age-dependent defects that resemble the AR null phenotype of dysfunctional late follicle development, ovulation, and fertility, Endocrinology, vol.148,(8),2007,pp 3674-3684
2016Global or Granulosa Cell-Specific Pten Mutations in Combination with Elevated FSH Levels Fail to Cause Ovarian Tumours in MiceAllan, Charles; Desai, Reena; Handelsman, David; Jimenez, Mark; Upton, Dannielle; Walters, Kirsty; Allavena, Rachel; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: Medicine; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research InstituteGlobal or Granulosa Cell-Specific Pten Mutations in Combination with Elevated FSH Levels Fail to Cause Ovarian Tumours in Mice, Hormones and Cancer, vol.7, N/A, 2016,pp 316-326
2015Granulosa Cell-Specific Brca1 Loss Alone or Combined with Trp53 Haploinsufficiency and Transgenic FSH Expression Fails to Induce Ovarian Tumors.Allan, Charles; Colvin, Emily; Desai, Reena; Fuller, Emily; Handelsman, David; Howell, Viive; Jimenez, Mark; Upton, Dannielle; Walters, Kirsty; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Western Clinical School: Medicine (Westmead); Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Concord Clinical School: Medicine; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research InstituteGranulosa Cell-Specific Brca1 Loss Alone or Combined with Trp53 Haploinsufficiency and Transgenic FSH Expression Fails to Induce Ovarian Tumors., Hormones and Cancer, vol.6, 4, 2015,pp 142-152
2015Haplosufficient genomic androgen receptor signaling is adequate to protect female mice from induction of polycystic ovary syndrome features by prenatal hyperandrogenization.Allan, Charles; Caldwell, A S L; Desai, Reena; Eid, S; Handelsman, David; Jimenez, Mark; McMahon, Aisling; Walters, Kirsty; Kay, C; Smith, Jeremy; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: Medicine; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research InstituteHaplosufficient genomic androgen receptor signaling is adequate to protect female mice from induction of polycystic ovary syndrome features by prenatal hyperandrogenization., Endocrinology, vol.156, 4, 2015,pp 1441-1452
2015Macronutrient balance, reproductive function, and lifespan in aging miceHandelsman, David; Le Couteur, David; McMahon, Aisling; Raubenheimer, David; Simanainen, Ulla; Simpson, Stephen; Solon-Biet, Samantha Marie; Walters, Kirsty; Ballard, J. William O.; Ruohonen, Kari; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Vet Science Faculty; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Biological Sciences; Charles Perkins Centre; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research InstituteMacronutrient balance, reproductive function, and lifespan in aging mice, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), vol.112, 11, 2015,pp 3481-3486
2010Measurement of sex steroids in murine blood and reproductive tissues by liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry.Handelsman, David; Harwood, D. Tim; Jimenez, Mark; McNamara, Keely; Simanainen, Ulla; Walters, Kirsty; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: Medicine; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research InstituteMeasurement of sex steroids in murine blood and reproductive tissues by liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry., Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, vol.121, 3-May,pp 611-618
2015Measurement of Testosterone by Immunoassays and Mass Spectrometry in Mouse Serum, Testicular, and Ovarian ExtractsDesai, Reena; Handelsman, David; Jimenez, Mark; Singh, Gurmeet; Spaliviero, Jennifer; Walters, Kirsty; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: Medicine; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research InstituteMeasurement of Testosterone by Immunoassays and Mass Spectrometry in Mouse Serum, Testicular, and Ovarian Extracts, Endocrinology, vol.156, 1, 2015,pp 400-405
2010Molecular insights into androgen actions in male and female reproductive function from androgen receptor knockout modelsHandelsman, David; Simanainen, Ulla; Walters, Kirsty; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research InstituteMolecular insights into androgen actions in male and female reproductive function from androgen receptor knockout models, Human Reproduction Update, vol.16, 5, 2010,pp 543-558
2017Neuroendocrine androgen action is a key extraovarian mediator in the development of polycystic ovary syndromeCaldwell, A S L; Desai, Reena; Edwards, M; Handelsman, David; Jimenez, Mark; Walters, Kirsty; Gilchrist, R; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: Medicine; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research InstituteNeuroendocrine androgen action is a key extraovarian mediator in the development of polycystic ovary syndrome, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), vol.114, 16, 2017,pp E3334-E3343
2018Reproductive failure in mice expressing transgenic follicle stimulating hormone is not caused by loss of oocyte qualityAllan, Charles; Handelsman, David; McTavish, Kirsten; Upton, Dannielle; Walters, Kirsty; Holt, Janet; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research InstituteReproductive failure in mice expressing transgenic follicle stimulating hormone is not caused by loss of oocyte quality, Biology Of Reproduction, vol.98, 4, 2018,pp 491-500