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2014The balance between human maternal plasma angiotensin II and angiotensin 1-7 levels in early gestation pregnancy is influenced by fetal sexSykes, S.; Pringle, K.; Zhou, A.; Dekker, G.; Roberts, C.; Lumbers, E.
2014Fetal sex and the circulating renin-angiotensin system during early gestation in women who later develop preeclampsia or gestational hypertensionSykes, S.; Pringle, K.; Zhou, A.; Dekker, G.; Roberts, C.; Lumbers, E.
2012Risk factors for preterm birth in an international prospective cohort of nulliparous womenDekker, G.; Leemaqz, S.; North, R.; McCowan, L.; Simpson, N.; Roberts, C.
2011Paternal contribution to small for gestational age babies: a mulitcenter propective studyMcCowan, L.; North, R.; Kho, E.; Black, M.; Chan, E.; Dekker, G.; Poston, L.; Taylor, R.; Roberts, C.
2015Insulin family polymorphisms in pregnancies complicated by small for gestational age infantsAndraweera, P.; Gatford, K.; Dekker, G.; Leemaqz, S.; Russell, D.; Thompson, S.; McCowan, L.; Roberts, C.
2011A functional variant in the thrombospondin-1 gene and the risk of small for gestational age infantsAndraweera, P.; Dekker, G.; Thompson, S.; North, R.; McCowan, L.; Roberts, C.
2016Polymorphisms in the inflammatory pathway genes and the risk of preeclampsia in Sinhalese womenAndraweera, P.; Dekker, G.; Jayasekara, R.; Dissanayake, V.; Roberts, C.
2012Single-nucleotide polymorphisms in the KDR gene in pregnancies complicated by gestational hypertensive disorders and small-for-gestational-age infantsAndraweera, P.; Dekker, G.; Thompson, S.; Roberts, C.
2011Association of vascular endothelial growth factor +936 C/T single-nucleotide polymorphism with pregnancies complicated by small-for-gestational-age babiesAndraweera, P.; Dekker, G.; Thompson, S.; Nowak, R.; Zhang, V.; McCowan, L.; North, R.; Roberts, C.
2012The interaction between the maternal BMI and angiogenic gene polymorphisms associates with the risk of spontaneous preterm birthAndraweera, P.; Dekker, G.; Thompson, S.; North, R.; McCowan, L.; Roberts, C.