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2006Continuous testosterone administration prevents skeletal muscle atrophy and enhances resistance to fatigue in orchidectomized male mice.Handelsman, David; Jimenez, Mark; Axell, Anna-Maree; Davis, Jennifer A.; Harcourt, Leah J.; Lynch, Gordon S.; MacLean, Helen E.; Plant, David R.; Zajac, J. D.; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: MedicineContinuous testosterone administration prevents skeletal muscle atrophy and enhances resistance to fatigue in orchidectomized male mice., American journal of physiology-Endocrinology and Metabolism, vol.291,(3),2006,pp E506-E516
2007Disruption of prostate epithelial androgen receptor impedes lobe-specific growth and function.Allan, Charles; Handelsman, David; Jimenez, Mark; Lim, P; Simanainen, Ulla; Davey, Rachel A; McPherson, Stephen; 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 InstituteDisruption of prostate epithelial androgen receptor impedes lobe-specific growth and function., Endocrinology, vol.148,(5),2007,pp 2264-2272
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