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2019Differential impacts of gonadotrophins, IVF and embryo culture on mouse blastocyst developmentChen, M.; Wong, S.; Wu, L.; Gordon, Y.; Heilbronn, L.; Robker, R.
2019Effectiveness of a 2-year post-natal nurse home-visiting programme when children are aged 5 years: results from a natural experimentSawyer, A.; Kaim, A.; Mittinity, M.; Jeffs, D.; Lynch, J.; Sawyer, M.
2019Re-assessing microbiomes in the low-biomass reproductive nicheO'Callaghan, J.L.; Turner, R.; Dekker Nitert, M.; Barrett, H.L.; Clifton, V.; Pelzer, E.S.
2019First-line ovulation induction for polycystic ovary syndrome: an individual participant data meta-analysisWang, R.; Li, W.; Bordewijk, E.M.; Legro, R.S.; Zhang, H.; Wu, X.; Gao, J.; Morin-Papunen, L.; Homburg, R.; König, T.E.; Moll, E.; Kar, S.; Huang, W.; Johnson, N.P.; Amer, S.A.; Vegetti, W.; Palomba, S.; Falbo, A.; Özmen, Ü.; Nazik, H.; et al.
2019Neonatal head injuries: a prospective Paediatric Research in Emergency Departments International Collaborative cohort studyEapen, N.; Borland, M.; Phillips, N.; Kochar, A.; Dalton, S.; Cheek, J.; Gilhotra, Y.; Neutze, J.; Lyttle, M.; Donath, S.; Crowe, L.; Dalziel, S.; Oakley, E.; Williams, A.; Hearps, S.; Bressan, S.; Babl, F.
2019Endocrine characteristics, body mass index and metabolic syndrome in women with polycystic ovary syndromeLi, J.; Wu, Q.; Wang, C.; Wang, R.; Ng, E.; Liu, J.; Mol, B.; Wu, X.; Li, W.
2019Imaging and admission practices in paediatric head injury across emergency departments in Australia and New Zealand: a PREDICT studyPhillips, N.; Dalziel, S.R.; Borland, M.L.; Dalton, S.; Lyttle, M.D.; Bressan, S.; Oakley, E.; Hearps, S.J.; Kochar, A.; Furyk, J.; Cheek, J.A.; Gilhotra, Y.; Neutze, J.; Babl, F.E.; Phillips, N.; Dalziel, S.R.; Borland, M.L.; Dalton, S.; Lyttle, M.D.; Bressan, S.; et al.
2019Do raised two-hour pre-pregnancy insulin levels confer the same risks of developing GDM, as raised fasting levels, in recurrent miscarriage patients?McCormack, C.; Leemaqz, S.; Furness, D.; Dekker, G.; Roberts, C.T.
2019Understanding what impacts on disclosing anal incontinence for women when comparing bowel-screening tools: a phenomenological studyTucker, J.; Murphy, E.; Steen, M.; Clifton, V.