Renfree, Marilyn B. (1947-)

Also known as
Marilyn B Renfree
MB Renfree, Marilyn Renfree
Renfree, Marilyn
Renfree, Marilyn (1947-)
Renfree, Marilyn B.
Renfree, Marilyn Bernice
Renfree, Marilyn Bernice, (FAA) (1947-)
Renfree, Marilyn Bernice (1947-)
Field of activity
Zoologist; Marsupial; Gonadal Development; Sexual Development; Sex Differentiation; Diapause; Epigenetics; growth & development
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https://nla.gov.au/nla.party-632595

Biographies

Marilyn Renfree has been Ian Potter Professor of Zoology and Head of the University of Melbourne's Department of Zoology since 1991. she is particularly interested in the reproductive physiology and development of marsupials.

  • Career position - Laboratory Technician at the Department of Microbiology at John Curtin School of Medical Research, Australian National University
  • Career position - Clerk at the Finance Department of the Army
  • Career position - Undergraduate and vacation Research Assistant (geology) at the Australian National University (ANU)
  • Career position - Australian National University (ANU) postgraduate student part-time Demonstrator in zoology
  • Award - Bolliger Award received from the Australian Mammal Society
  • Career position - CSIRO (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation) Research Assistant at the Australian National University (ANU)
  • Career position - Fulbright Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Zoology at the University of Tennessee, USA
  • Career position - Ford Foundation Research Fellow at the Institute of Animal Genetics, University of Edinburgh
  • Career position - Lecturer in Biology (vertebrate and reproductive physiology) at Murdoch University
  • Career position - Senior Lecturer at Murdoch University, Victoria
  • Award - Gottschalk Medal received from the Australian Academy of Science
  • Career position - Associate Professor of Animal Biology (reproductive physiology) in the School of Environmental and Life Sciences at Murdoch University
  • Career position - Senior Fellow II at Monash University
  • Career position - National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Principal Research Fellow in Anatomy at Monash University
  • Award - Whitley Book Award received from the Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales
  • Career position - Ian Potter Chair of Zoology and Head of the Department at the University of Melbourne
  • Career position - Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science (FAA)

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Professor Marilyn Renfree AO, FAA, FAIBiol, PhD, D.Sc. D.Sc (Hon.) LLD (Hon.)

Ian Potter Chair of Zoology and Laureate Professor of the University of Melbourne, Melbourne, VIC

Vice President of the Australian Academy of Science.

Marilyn Renfree’s research has focussed almost entirely on marsupials because of their intrinsic interest and for the opportunities they provide as biomedical models for understanding mammalian reproduction and development. Her laboratory is known internationally for its study of the reproduction and development of marsupials that have resulted in a number of discoveries that challenged the accepted dogma including early mammalian development, control of embryonic diapause, sexual differentiation, virilisation and genomic imprinting. She has also been involved in genome studies of the platypus and the tammar wallaby. Marilyn has held NHMRC, ARC, Fulbright, Ford Foundation and Royal Society fellowships. She was Head of Department of Zoology at The University of Melbourne from 1991-2003, an ARC Federation Fellow 2003-8, Director of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Kangaroo Genomics from 2008-10 and was appointed Officer of the Order of Australia on Australia Day 2013. She is a Laureate Professor of the University of Melbourne and presently holds the positions of Secretary, Biological Sciences and Vice President of the Australian Academy of Science.

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Selected resources (370)

Encyclopedia of Australian Science

  1. Renfree, Marilyn Bernice
    Published: The University of Melbourne eScholarship Research Centre
    Series: Encyclopedia of Australian Science
  2. Interview with Professor Marilyn Renfree
    Tyndale-Biscoe, Hugh
    Published: Australian Academy of Science, 2002
    Series: Interviews with Australian scientists
  3. Where are the Women in Australian Science?
    McCarthy, Gavan; Morgan, Helen; Smith, Ailie; van den Bosch, Alan
    Published: Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre, 2003
  4. Who's Who in Australia 2002
    Herd, Margaret
    Published: Crown Content, Melbourne, 2001

ORCID

  1. Researcher Profile at ORCID
    http://orcid.org/0000-0002-4589-0436
  2. DNA methylation dynamics in the germline of the marsupial tammar wallaby, Macropus eugenii
    [2018-12]
  3. Embryos and embryonic stem cells from the white rhinoceros
    [2018-12]
  4. Identification of a novel antisense noncoding RNA, ALID, transcribed from the putative imprinting control region of marsupial IGF2R
    [2018-12]
  5. The history of the discovery of embryonic diapause in mammals
    [2018-07]
  6. Hormone-responsive genes in the SHH and WNT/β-catenin signaling pathways influence urethral closure and phallus growth†
    [2018-05]
  7. The enigma of embryonic diapause
    [2017-09]
  8. Molecular conservation of marsupial and eutherian placentation and lactation
    [2017-09]
  9. Embryo arrest and reactivation: Potential candidates controlling embryonic diapause in the tammar wallaby and mink
    [2017]
  10. Prostaglandin D<inf>2</inf> Regulates SOX9 Nuclear Translocation during Gonadal Sex Determination in Tammar Wallaby, Macropus eugenii
    [2017]
  11. Mammary cell-activating factor regulates the hormone-independent transcription of the early lactation protein (ELP) gene in a marsupial.
    [2016-11]
  12. Uterine flushing proteome of the tammar wallaby after reactivation from diapause.
    [2016-11]
  13. Inducing Sex Reversal in Marsupial Mammals.
    [2016-10]
  14. Uterine morphology during diapause and early pregnancy in the tammar wallaby (Macropus eugenii).
    [2016-09]
  15. Rewinding the process of mammalian extinction.
    [2016-07]
  16. Effects of nutritional manipulation on body composition in the developing marsupial, Macropus eugenii.
    [2016-06]
  17. The mammalian blastocyst.
    [2016-01]
  18. Corrigendum to: "Wolffian duct differentiation by physiological concentrations of androgen delivered systemically" [Dev. Biol. 334 (2009) 429-436, PMID:19664614]
    [2016]
  19. Inducing Sex Reversal in Marsupial Mammals
    [2016]
  20. Uterine flushing proteome of the tammar wallaby after reactivation from diapause
    [2016]
  21. FOXA1 and SOX9 Expression in the Developing Urogenital Sinus of the Tammar Wallaby (Macropus eugenii).
    [2015-09]
  22. Growth axis maturation is linked to nutrition, growth and developmental rate.
    [2015-08]
  23. Characterisation of major histocompatibility complex class I genes at the fetal-maternal interface of marsupials.
    [2015-07]
  24. Retroviral envelope gene captures and syncytin exaptation for placentation in marsupials.
    [2015-02]
  25. DAX1/NR0B1 was expressed during mammalian gonadal development and gametogenesis before it was recruited to the eutherian X chromosome.
    [2015-01]
  26. DAX1/NR0B1 was expressed during mammalian gonadal development and gametogenesis before it was recruited to the eutherian X chromosome
    [2015]
  27. Embryonic Diapause and Maternal Recognition of Pregnancy in Diapausing Mammals.
    [2015]
  28. Evolution of external genital development. Preface.
    [2015]
  29. FOXA1 and SOX9 expression in the developing urogenital sinus of the tammar wallaby (Macropus eugenii)
    [2015]
  30. Post-natal imprinting: evidence from marsupials.
    [2014-08]
  31. Trophoblast specialisations during pregnancy in the tammar wallaby, Macropus eugenii: a morphological and lectin histochemical study.
    [2014-07]
  32. Sex-linked and autosomal microsatellites provide new insights into island populations of the tammar wallaby.
    [2014-03]
  33. Inducing sex reversal of the urogenital system of marsupials.
    [2014-01]
  34. Paf receptor expression in the marsupial embryo and endometrium during embryonic diapause.
    [2014-01]
  35. A Dual Role for SHH during Phallus Development in a Marsupial
    [2014]
  36. ARX/Arx is expressed in germ cells during spermatogenesis in both marsupial and mouse.
    [2014]
  37. Embryo-endometrial interactions during early development after embryonic diapause in the marsupial tammar wallaby.
    [2014]
  38. Heterochrony in the regulation of the developing marsupial limb
    [2014]
  39. Hormone-independent pathways of sexual differentiation.
    [2014]
  40. Sex-linked and autosomal microsatellites provide new insights into island populations of the tammar wallaby
    [2014]
  41. Sexual differentiation of vertebrate reproductive organs. Preface.
    [2014]
  42. Wolffian duct development.
    [2014]
  43. Identification of a novel PNMA-MS1 gene in marsupials suggests the LTR retrotransposon-derived PNMA genes evolved differently in marsupials and eutherians.
    [2013-10]
  44. The fetomaternal interface shows vascular hypoglycosylation in the tammar wallaby Macropus eugenii: comparison with a range of non-mammalian and eutherian placentae.
    [2013-10]
  45. A new role for muscle segment homeobox genes in mammalian embryonic diapause.
    [2013-04]
  46. Cooperativity of imprinted genes inactivated by acquired chromosome 20q deletions
    [2013]
  47. Cooperativity of imprinted genes inactivated by acquired chromosome 20q deletions
    [2013]
  48. Cooperativity of imprinted genes inactivated by acquired chromosome 20q deletions.
    [2013]
  49. Deslorelin implants in free-ranging eastern grey kangaroos Macropus giganteus: mechanism of action and contraceptive efficacy
    [2013]
  50. Deslorelin implants in free-ranging female eastern grey kangaroos (Macropus giganteus): Mechanism of action and contraceptive efficacy
    [2013]
  51. Early cell lineage specification in a marsupial: A case for diverse mechanisms among mammals
    [2013]
  52. On the origin of POU5F1
    [2013]
  53. Postnatal epigenetic reprogramming in the germline of a marsupial, the tammar wallaby
    [2013]
  54. The fetomaternal interface shows vascular hypoglycosylation in the tammar wallaby Macropus eugenii: comparison with a range of non-mammalian and eutherian placentae
    [2013]
  55. The origin and evolution of genomic imprinting and viviparity in mammals
    [2013]
  56. The origin and evolution of genomic imprinting and viviparity in mammals.
    [2013]
  57. The role of olfaction at birth in marsupial and monotreme mammals
    [2013]
  58. The role of olfaction at birth in marsupial and monotreme mammals
    [2013]
  59. Towards an understanding of the genetic basis behind 1080 (sodium fluoroacetate) tolerance and an investigation of the candidate gene ACO2
    [2013]
  60. Primary Genetic-Control of Sexual-Differentiation in Marsupials
    [1989]
  61. Towards an understanding of the genetic basis behind 1080 (sodium fluoroacetate) tolerance and an investigation of the candidate gene ACO2
    [2013]
  62. Ultrasonography of wallaby prenatal development shows that the climb to the pouch begins in utero
    [2013]
  63. Evolution of coding and non-coding genes in HOX clusters of a marsupial
    [2012]
  64. Evolution of vertebrate interferon inducible transmembrane proteins
    [2012]
  65. Evolutionary history of novel genes on the tammar wallaby Y chromosome: Implications for sex chromosome evolution
    [2012]
  66. GRB10 imprinting is eutherian mammal specific
    [2012]
  67. Goα expression in the vomeronasal organ and olfactory bulb of the tammar wallaby
    [2012]
  68. HOXA13 and HOXD13 expression during development of the syndactylous digits in the marsupial Macropus eugenii
    [2012]
  69. ATRX has a critical and conserved role in mammalian sexual differentiation
    [2011]
  70. Desert hedgehog is a mammal-specific gene expressed during testicular and ovarian development in a marsupial
    [2011]
  71. Differential roles of TGIF family genes in mammalian reproduction
    [2011]
  72. Expression and protein localisation of IGF2 in the marsupial placenta
    [2008]
  73. HOXA13 and HOXD13 expression during development of the syndactylous digits in the marsupial Macropus eugenii
    [2012]
  74. Historical range and movements of the Elephants in Babile Elephant Sanctuary, Ethiopia
    [2012]
  75. Limited genetic diversity preceded extinction of the Tasmanian tiger
    [2012]
  76. Marsupials in the Age of Genomics
    [2012]
  77. Maturation of the growth axis in marsupials occurs gradually during post-natal life and over an equivalent developmental stage relative to eutherian species
    [2012]
  78. Promoter-specific expression and imprint status of marsupial IGF2
    [2012]
  79. Proteomics and deep sequencing comparison of seasonally active venom glands in the platypus reveals novel venom peptides and distinct expression profiles
    [2012]
  80. Rsx is a metatherian RNA with Xist-like properties in X-chromosome inactivation
    [2012]
  81. Selected imprinting of INS in the marsupial
    [2012]
  82. Seminiferous cord formation is regulated by hedgehog signaling in the marsupial
    [2012]
  83. The mammary gland-specific marsupial ELP and eutherian CTI share a common ancestral gene
    [2012]
  84. Unique small RNA signatures uncovered in the tammar wallaby genome
    [2012]
  85. Why menstruate?
    [2012]
  86. A novel MSMB-related microprotein in the postovulatory egg coats of marsupials
    [2011]
  87. ATRX has a critical and conserved role in mammalian sexual differentiation
    [2011]
  88. Ancient antimicrobial peptides kill Antibiotic-Resistant pathogens: Australian mammals provide new options
    [2011]
  89. Characterisation of marsupial PHLDA2 reveals eutherian specific acquisition of imprinting
    [2011]
  90. DDX4 (VASA) is conserved in germ cell development in marsupials and monotremes
    [2011]
  91. Decoding the genome of the tammar wallaby
    [2011]
  92. Desert hedgehog is a mammal-specific gene expressed during testicular and ovarian development in a marsupial
    [2011]
  93. Development of the penile urethra in the tammar wallaby
    [2011]
  94. Differential roles of TGIF family genes in mammalian reproduction
    [2011]
  95. Fibroblast growth factor-9 in marsupial testicular development
    [2011]
  96. Genome sequence of an Australian kangaroo, Macropus eugenii, provides insight into the evolution of mammalian reproduction and development
    [2011]
  97. Genome sequence of an Australian kangaroo, Macropus eugenii, provides insight into the evolution of mammalian reproduction and development.
    [2011]
  98. Identification of tammar wallaby SIRH12, derived from a marsupial-specific retrotransposition event
    [2011]
  99. Identification of two distinct genes at the vertebrate TRPC2 locus and their characterisation in a marsupial and a monotreme
    [2011]
  100. Kallmann syndrome 1 gene is expressed in the marsupial gonad
    [2011]
  101. Placental expression of pituitary hormones is an ancestral feature of therian mammals.
    [2011]
  102. Reproduction down under: the marsupial mode
    [2011]
  103. Reproductive and developmental manipulation of the marsupial, the tammar wallaby macropus eugenii
    [2011]
  104. The Comparative Physiology of Parturition in Mammals: Hormones and Parturition in Mammals
    [2011]
  105. The Comparative Physiology of Parturition in Mammals: Hormones and Parturition in Mammals
    [2011]
  106. The effects of gestagen implants on the behaviour of free-ranging female koalas
    [2011]
  107. The evolution of mammalian genomic imprinting was accompanied by the acquisition of novel CpG islands
    [2011]
  108. Transcriptomic analysis supports similar functional roles for the two thymuses of the tammar wallaby
    [2011]
  109. Advances in the development of fertility control technologies for managing overabundant macropodid populations
    [2010]
  110. Early expression of the androgen receptor in the sertoli cells of a Marsupial Coincides with downregulation of anti-müllerian hormone at the time of urogenital virilization
    [2010]
  111. Levonorgestrel, not etonogestrel, provides contraception in free-ranging koalas
    [2010]
  112. Characterisation of ATRX , DMRT1 , DMRT7 and WT1 in the platypus ( Ornithorhynchus anatinus )
    [2009]
  113. Formation of 5α-reduced androgens in the testes and urogenital tract of the grey short-tailed opossum, Monodelphis domestica
    [2009]
  114. Effects of levonorgestrel on ovulation and oestrous behaviour in the female tammar wallaby
    [2007]
  115. Perturbed growth and development in marsupial young after reciprocal cross-fostering between species
    [2007]
  116. Growth and histology of ovarian follicles after cold storage in the tammar wallaby
    [2006]
  117. Reproduction in female swamp wallabies, Wallabia bicolor
    [2006]
  118. Foreword to 'From Elephants to AIDS. Essays in Biology in Honour of Roger V. Short'
    [2001]
  119. Isolation and partial characterization of tammar wallaby luteinizing hormone and development of a radioimmunoassay
    [1997]
  120. Monotreme and marsupial reproduction
    [1995]
  121. Mammary glands in male marsupials. 2. Development of teat primordia in Didelphis virginiana and Monodelphis domestica
    [1991]
  122. Immunoglobulin G levels in fetal and newborn tammar wallabies (Macropus eugenii)
    [1990]
  123. Levonorgestrel, not etonogestrel, provides contraception in free-ranging koalas
    [2010]
  124. Molecular Regulation of Marsupial Reproduction and Development
    [2010]
  125. The Evolution of Genomic Imprinting – A Marsupial Perspective
    [2010]
  126. Oestrogen blocks the nuclear entry of SOX9 in the developing gonad of a marsupial mammal
    [2010]
  127. Ontogeny of the oestrogen receptors ESR1 and ESR2 during gonadal development in the tammar wallaby, Macropus eugenii
    [2010]
  128. Review: Marsupials: Placental Mammals with a Difference
    [2010]
  129. The effect of pregnant and oestrous females on male testosterone and behaviour in the tammar wallaby
    [2010]
  130. The evolution of class V POU domain transcription factors in vertebrates and their characterisation in a marsupial
    [2010]
  131. A-kinase anchoring protein 4 has a conserved role in mammalian spermatogenesis
    [2009]
  132. Analysis of the platypus genome suggests a transposon origin for mammalian imprinting
    [2009]
  133. Analysis of the platypus genome suggests a transposon origin for mammalian imprinting.
    [2009]
  134. Characterisation of ATRX, DMRT1, DMRT7 and WT1 in the platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus)
    [2009]
  135. Collection, handling, fixation, and processing of Tammar Wallaby (Macropus eugenii) embryos
    [2009]
  136. Comparative analysis of the mammalian WNT4 promoter
    [2009]
  137. Cross-fostering of the tammar wallaby (Macropus eugenii) pouch young accelerates fore-stomach maturation
    [2009]
  138. Culturing Tammar Wallaby (Macropus eugenii) peri-gastrulation stage embryos
    [2009]
  139. Culturing Tammar Wallaby (Macropus eugenii) pouch young gonads
    [2009]
  140. Early onset of ghrelin production in a marsupial
    [2009]
  141. Eggs, embryos and the evolution of imprinting: Insights from the platypus genome
    [2009]
  142. Evolution of genomic imprinting: insights from marsupials and monotremes.
    [2009]
  143. Formation of 5α-reduced androgens in the testes and urogenital tract of the grey short-tailed opossum, Monodelphis domestica
    [2009]
  144. Immunohistochemical staining of sectioned Tammar Wallaby (Macropus eugenii) tissue
    [2009]
  145. Lung development of monotremes: Evidence for the mammalian morphotype
    [2009]
  146. Performing surgery on Tammar Wallaby (Macropus eugenii) adults
    [2009]
  147. Seasonal changes in a population of the nectar-feeding marsupial Tarsipes spencerae (Marsupialia: Tarsipedidae)
    [2009]
  148. Reproduction in females of the feathertail glider Acrobates pygmaeus (Marsupialia)
    [1988]
  149. Reproduction in males of the feathertail glider Acrobates pygmaeus (Marsupialia)
    [1988]
  150. Surgery on Tammar Wallaby (Macropus eugenii) pouch young
    [2009]
  151. The Tammar Wallaby, Macropus eugenii: A model kangaroo for the study of developmental and reproductive biology
    [2009]
  152. The mammalian yolk sac placenta
    [2009]
  153. The olfactory system of the tammar wallaby is developed at birth and directs the neonate to its mother's pouch odours
    [2009]
  154. Use of genetic methods to establish male-biased dispersal in a cryptic mammal, the swamp wallaby (Wallabia bicolor)
    [2009]
  155. Whole-mount immunohistochemical staining of Tammar Wallaby (Macropus eugenii) cleavage stages and blastocysts
    [2009]
  156. Whole-mount immunohistochemical staining of tammar wallaby (Macropus eugenii) peri-gastrulation embryos
    [2009]
  157. Wolffian duct differentiation by physiological concentrations of androgen delivered systemically
    [2009]
  158. Working with Tammar Wallabies (Macropus eugenii)
    [2009]
  159. Conservation of the H19 noncoding RNA and H19-IGF2 imprinting mechanism in therians
    [2008]
  160. Evolution of the CDKN1C-KCNQ1 imprinted domain
    [2008]
  161. Exon 3 of the growth hormone receptor (GH-R) is specific to eutherian mammals
    [2008]
  162. Expression and protein localisation of IGF2 in the marsupial placenta
    [2008]
  163. Genome analysis of the platypus reveals unique signatures of evolution
    [2008]
  164. Genome analysis of the platypus reveals unique signatures of evolution (Nature (2008) 453, (175-183))
    [2008]
  165. Genomic imprinting in marsupial placentation
    [2008]
  166. Reactivating tammar wallaby blastocysts oxidize fatty acids and amino acids
    [1999]
  167. Pubertal development of the pouch and teats in the marsupial Macropus eugenii
    [1994]
  168. Uterine and embryonic metabolism after diapause in the tammar wallaby, Macropus eugenii
    [1986]
  169. Concentrations of oestradiol-17  in plasma and corpora lutea throughout pregnancy in the tammar, Macropus eugenii
    [1984]
  170. Effects of progesterone on parturition in the tammar, Macropus eugenii
    [1984]
  171. Enzymes of intermediary metabolism in the fetal fluids of the tammar wallaby, Macropus eugenii
    [1973]
  172. Protein composition of uterine fluids during early gestation of the tammar wallaby
    [1971]
  173. Genomic imprinting in marsupial placentation
    [2008]
  174. Honey possum Tarsipes rostratus
    [2008]
  175. In memoriam Anne McLaren.
    [2008]
  176. In vitro culture of peri-gastrulation embryos of a macropodid marsupial
    [2008]
  177. Long-term efficacy of levonorgestrel implants for fertility control of eastern grey kangaroos (Macropus giganteus)
    [2008]
  178. Physical map of two tammar wallaby chromosomes: A strategy for mapping in non-model mammals
    [2008]
  179. Postnatal lung and metabolic development in two marsupial and four eutherian species
    [2008]
  180. Resurrection of DNA function in vivo from an extinct genome
    [2008]
  181. The evolution of the DLK1-DIO3 imprinted domain in mammals
    [2008]
  182. The functional development of Leydig cells in a marsupial
    [2008]
  183. The vomeronasal organ of the tammar wallaby
    [2008]
  184. Effects of levonorgestrel on ovulation and oestrous behaviour in the female tammar wallaby
    [2007]
  185. Foetal age determination and development in elephants
    [2007]
  186. Insulin is imprinted in the placenta of the marsupial, Macropus eugenii
    [2007]
  187. Marsupial WT1 has a novel isoform and is expressed in both somatic and germ cells in the developing ovary and testis
    [2007]
  188. Perturbed growth and development in marsupial young after reciprocal cross-fostering between species
    [2007]
  189. Placental Function in Two Distantly Related Marsupials
    [2007]
  190. Reproduction in male swamp wallabies (Wallabia bicolor): Puberty and the effects of season
    [2007]
  191. Retrotransposon silencing by DNA methylation can drive mammalian genomic imprinting
    [2007]
  192. The genome of a Gondwanan mammal
    [2007]
  193. Differential expression of WNT4 in testicular and ovarian development in a marsupial
    [2006]
  194. Growth and histology of ovarian follicles after cold storage in the tammar wallaby
    [2006]
  195. Mammalian diversity: Gametes, embryos and reproduction
    [2006]
  196. Parturition and perfect prematurity: Birth in marsupials
    [2006]
  197. Recent assembly of an imprinted domain from non-imprinted components
    [2006]
  198. Reproduction in female swamp wallabies, Wallabia bicolor
    [2006]
  199. Role of the alternate pathway of dihydrotestosterone formation in virilization of the Wolffian ducts of the tammar wallaby, Macropus eugenii
    [2006]
  200. Sexual development of a model marsupial male
    [2006]
  201. Society for Reproductive Biology Founders' Lecture 2006 - Life in the pouch: Womb with a view
    [2006]
  202. Birth of pouch young after artificial insemination in the tammar wallaby (Macropus eugenii)
    [2005]
  203. Changes in semen quality and morphology of the reproductive tract of the male tammar wallaby parallel seasonal breeding activity in the female
    [2005]
  204. Characterisation of the marsupial-specific ATRY gene: Implications for the evolution of male-specific function
    [2005]
  205. Developmentally regulated thyroid hormone distributor proteins in marsupials, a reptile, and fish
    [2005]
  206. Genomic imprinting of IGF2, p57KIP2 and PEG1/MEST in a marsupial, the tammar wallaby
    [2005]
  207. Long-term effects of deslorelin implants on reproduction in the female tammer wallaby (Macropus eugenii)
    [2005]
  208. Mating sequence, dominance and paternity success in captive male tammar wallabies
    [2005]
  209. Ontogeny and pathway of formation of 5α-androstane-3α,17β-diol in the testes of the immature brushtail possum Trichosurus vulpecula
    [2005]
  210. Sexual differentiation in three unconventional mammals: Spotted hyenas, elephants and tammar wallabies
    [2005]
  211. Comparative analysis of ATRX, a chromatin remodeling protein
    [2004]
  212. Effects of a gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonist implant on reproduction in a male marsupial, Macropus eugenii
    [2004]
  213. Functional Analysis of the Cooled Rat Testis
    [2004]
  214. Functional Analysis of the Cooled Rat Testis
    [2004]
  215. Intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection in a marsupial
    [2004]
  216. Marsupial Anti-Müllerian Hormone Gene Structure, Regulatory Elements, and Expression
    [2004]
  217. Penile development is initiated in the tammar wallaby pouch young during the period when 5α-androstane-3α,17β-diol is secreted by the testes
    [2004]
  218. Reproduction and development in marsupials
    [2004]
  219. Sperm transport, size of the seminal plug and the timing of ovulation after natural mating in the female tammar wallaby Macropus eugenii
    [2004]
  220. Universal Fast Walking Applied to cDNA
    [2004]
  221. Universal fast walking applied to cDNA
    [2004]
  222. The marsupial placenta: a phylogenetic analysis.
    [2003-09]
  223. 3′ RACE walking along a large cDNA employing tiered suppression PCR
    [2003]
  224. 3′ RACE walking along a large cDNA employing tiered suppression PCR
    [2003]
  225. 5α-androstane-3α,17β-diol is formed in tammar wallaby pouch young testes by a pathway involving 5α-pregnane-3α,17α-diol-20-one as a key intermediate
    [2003]
  226. A proposal to sequence the genome of the platypus, Ornithorhynchus anatinus
    [2003]
  227. Expression of DMRT1 in the mammalian ovary and testis - From marsupials to mice
    [2003]
  228. Maternal regulation of milk composition, milk production, and pouch young development during lactation in the tammar wallaby (Macropus eugenii)
    [2003]
  229. Proposal to sequence the genome of the model marsupial Macropus eugenii (tammar wallaby)
    [2003]
  230. Review of Reproductive science and integrated conservation
    [2003]
  231. Successful intra- and interspecific male germ cell transplantation in the rat
    [2003]
  232. The Marsupial Placenta: A Phylogenetic Analysis
    [2003]
  233. The marsupial placenta: A phylogenetic analysis
    [2003]
  234. Mouse embryos used as a bioassay to determine control of marsupial embryonic diapause
    [1999]
  235. Carbohydrate uptake by quiescent and reactivated mouse blastocysts
    [1996]
  236. Diapause, pregnancy, and parturition in Australian marsupials
    [1993]
  237. Unsolved problems in male physiology: Studies in a marsupial
    [2003]
  238. Administration of 5alpha-androstane-3alpha,17beta-diol to female tammar wallaby pouch young causes development of a mature prostate and male urethra.
    [2002-07]
  239. Administration of 5α-Androstane-3α,17β-Diol to Female Tammar Wallaby Pouch Young Causes Development of a Mature Prostate and Male Urethra
    [2002]
  240. Androgen physiology: Unsolved problems at the millennium
    [2002]
  241. Developmental profile of thyroid hormone distributor proteins in a marsupial, the tammar wallaby Macropus eugenii
    [2002]
  242. Effect of an anti-androgen on testicular descent and inguinal closure in a marsupial, the tammar wallaby (Macropus eugenii)
    [2002]
  243. Effect of an anti-androgen on testicular descent and inguinal closure in a marsupial, the tammar wallaby (Macropus eugenii)
    [2002]
  244. Effects of oestrogen treatment on testicular descent, inguinal closure and prostatic development in a male marsupial, Macropus eugenii
    [2002]
  245. Effects of oestrogen treatment on testicular descent, inguinal closure and prostatic development in a male marsupial, Macropus eugenii
    [2002]
  246. Fertility control in the eastern grey kangaroo using levonorgestrel implants
    [2002]
  247. Fertility control in the eastern grey kangaroo using levonorgestrel implants
    [2002]
  248. Hypothermic anaesthesia of early postnatal marsupial pouch young
    [2002]
  249. Long-term fertility control in the kangaroo and the wallaby using levonorgestrel implants.
    [2002]
  250. Long-term fertility control in the kangaroo and the wallaby using levonorgestrel implants.
    [2002]
  251. SOX9 has both conserved and novel roles in marsupial sexual differentiation
    [2002]
  252. The development of the gubernaculum and inguinal closure in the marsupial Macropus eugenii
    [2002]
  253. The hormonal control of sexual development
    [2002]
  254. The hormonal control of sexual development
    [2002]
  255. The marsupial model for male phenotypic development
    [2002]
  256. The marsupial model for male phenotypic development
    [2002]
  257. Ultrastructure of the placenta of the tammar wallaby, Macropus eugenii: Comparison with the grey short-tailed opossum, monodelphis domestica
    [2002]
  258. Characterization of steroidogenic factor 1 during sexual differentiation in a marsupial
    [2001]
  259. Characterization of steroidogenic factor 1 during sexual differentiation in a marsupial
    [2001]
  260. Differential regulation of contractility and nitric oxide sensitivity in gravid and nongravid myometrium during late pregnancy in a marsupial
    [2001]
  261. Estrogen-induced gonadal sex reversal in the tammar wallaby
    [2001]
  262. Estrogen-induced gonadal sex reversal in the tammar wallaby
    [2001]
  263. Fetal control of parturition in marsupials
    [2001]
  264. Fetal control of parturition in marsupials
    [2001]
  265. Foreword
    [2001]
  266. Germ cells, gonads and sex reversal in marsupials
    [2001]
  267. Germ cells, gonads and sex reversal in marsupials
    [2001]
  268. Reproduction in Monotremes and Marsupials
    [2001]
  269. Sex determining genes and sexual differentiation in a marsupial
    [2001]
  270. Sex down under: The differentiation of sexual dimorphisms during marsupial development
    [2001]
  271. Sex down under: The differentiation of sexual dimorphisms during marsupial development
    [2001]
  272. The influence of estrogen on the developing male marsupial
    [2001]
  273. Virilization of the urogenital sinus of the tammar wallaby is not unique to 5α-androstane-3α,17β-diol
    [2001]
  274. Virilization of the urogenital sinus of the tammar wallaby is not unique to 5α-androstane-3α,17β-diol
    [2001]
  275. Absence of SOX3 in the developing marsupial gonad is not consistent with a conserved role in mammalian sex determination
    [2000]
  276. Absence of SOX3 in the developing marsupial gonad is not consistent with a conserved role in mammalian sex determination
    [2000]
  277. Contraceptive effects of levonorgestrel implants in a marsupial
    [2000]
  278. Contraceptive effects of levonorgestrel implants in a marsupial
    [2000]
  279. Diapause
    [2000]
  280. Maternal recognition of pregnancy in marsupials
    [2000]
  281. Maternal recognition of pregnancy in marsupials
    [2000]
  282. Progesterone and oestrogen receptors in the female genital tract throughout pregnancy in tammar wallabies
    [2000]
  283. Progesterone and oestrogen receptors in the female genital tract throughout pregnancy in tammar wallabies
    [2000]
  284. Prostate formation in a marsupial is mediated by the testicular androgen 5α-androstane-3α,17β-diol
    [2000]
  285. The human sex-reversing ATRX gene has a homologue on the marsupial Y chromosome, ATRY: Implications for the evolution of mammalian sex determination
    [2000]
  286. Cortisol in fetal fluids and the fetal adrenal at parturition in the tammar wallaby (Macropus eugenii)
    [1999]
  287. Cortisol in fetal fluids and the fetal adrenal at parturition in the tammar wallaby (Macropus eugenii)
    [1999]
  288. Development of the penis and clitoris in the tammar wallaby, Macropus eugenii
    [1999]
  289. Effect of sodium cloprostenol and flunixin meglumine on luteolysis and the timing of birth in bitches
    [1999]
  290. Effect of sodium cloprostenol and flunixin meglumine on luteolysis and the timing of birth in bitches
    [1999]
  291. Embryo—Maternal Interactions after Diapause in a Marsupial
    [1999]
  292. Marsupials
    [1999]
  293. Mouse embryos used as a bioassay to determine control of marsupial embryonic diapause
    [1999]
  294. Mouse embryos used as a bioassay to determine control of marsupial embryonic diapause
    [1999]
  295. Reactivating tammar wallaby blastocysts oxidize fatty acids and amino acids
    [1999]
  296. Sexual differentiation of oestradiol-LH positive feedback in a marsupial
    [1999]
  297. Sexual differentiation of oestradiol-LH positive feedback in a marsupial
    [1999]
  298. The developing renal, reproductive, and respiratory systems of the African elephant suggest an aquatic ancestry
    [1999]
  299. Virilization of the male pouch young of the tammar wallaby does not appear to be mediated by plasma testosterone or dihydrotestosterone
    [1999]
  300. Developmental expression of the androgen receptor during virilization of the urogenital system of a marsupial
    [1998]
  301. Effects of cabergoline on reproduction in three families of Australian marsupials
    [1998]
  302. Effects of cabergoline on reproduction in three families of Australian marsupials
    [1998]
  303. Mesotocin receptors during pregnancy, parturition and lactation in the tammar wallaby
    [1998]
  304. Mesotocin receptors during pregnancy, parturition and lactation in the tammar wallaby
    [1998]
  305. Puberty in the female tammar wallaby
    [1998]
  306. Reactivating tammar wallaby blastocysts oxidize glucose
    [1998]
  307. Differentiation of sexual dimorphisms during marsupial development
    [1997]
  308. Effects of a 5α-reductase inhibitor, finasteride, on the developing prostate and testis of a marsupial
    [1997]
  309. Effects of a 5α-reductase inhibitor, finasteride, on the developing prostate and testis of a marsupial
    [1997]
  310. Evidence for a local fetal influence on myometrial oxytocin receptors during pregnancy in the tammar wallaby (Macropus eugenii)
    [1997]
  311. Isolation and partial characterization of tammar wallaby luteinizing hormone and development of a radioimmunoassay
    [1997]
  312. Migration of primordial germ cells to the developing gonadal ridges in the tammar wallaby Macropus eugenii
    [1997]
  313. Migration of primordial germ cells to the developing gonadal ridges in the tammar wallaby Macropus eugenii
    [1997]
  314. Mullerian duct regression in a marsupial, the tammar wallaby
    [1997]
  315. The influence of the anti-androgen flutamide on early sexual differentiation of the marsupial male
    [1997]
  316. The influence of the anti-androgen flutamide on early sexual differentiation of the marsupial male
    [1997]
  317. Ultrastructural characteristics of primordial germ cells and their amoeboid movement to the gonadal ridges in the tammar wallaby
    [1997]
  318. Ultrastructural localization of relaxin in the corpus luteum of the pregnant and early lactating tammar wallaby, Macropus eugenii
    [1997]
  319. Ultrastructural localization of relaxin in the corpus luteum of the pregnant and early lactating tammar wallaby, Macropus eugenii
    [1997]
  320. A role for glucocorticoids in parturition in a marsupial, Macropus eugenii
    [1996]
  321. Carbohydrate uptake by quiescent and reactivated mouse blastocysts
    [1996]
  322. Cleavage in vivo and in vitro in the marsupial Macropus eugenii
    [1996]
  323. Cleavage in vivo and in vitro in the marsupial Macropus eugenii
    [1996]
  324. Comparative aspects of oxytocin-like hormones in marsupials
    [1996]
  325. Comparative aspects of oxytocin-like hormones in marsupials
    [1996]
  326. Developmental arrests: Marsupial embryos and their environment
    [1996]
  327. Developmental arrests: Marsupial embryos and their environment
    [1996]
  328. Gonadal sex reversal of the developing marsupial ovary in vivo and in vitro
    [1996]
  329. Gonadal sex reversal of the developing marsupial ovary in vivo and in vitro
    [1996]
  330. Infusion with an oxytocin receptor antagonist delays parturition in a marsupial
    [1996]
  331. Infusion with an oxytocin receptor antagonist delays parturition in a marsupial
    [1996]
  332. Release of an oxytocic peptide at parturition in the marsupial, Macropus eugenii
    [1996]
  333. Release of an oxytocic peptide at parturition in the marsupial, Macropus eugenii
    [1996]
  334. Reproduction of a marsupial: From uterus to pouch
    [1996]
  335. Sexual differentiation of the urogenital system of the fetal and neonatal tammar wallaby, Macropus eugenii
    [1996]
  336. Sexual differentiation of the urogenital system of the fetal and neonatal tammar wallaby, Macropus eugenii
    [1996]
  337. Testosterone control of male-type sexual behavior in the tammar wallaby (Macropus eugenii)
    [1996]
  338. Erratum: Widespread expression of the testis-determining gene SRY in a marsupial (Nature Genetics (1995) 11 (347-349))
    [1995]
  339. Erratum: Widespread expression of the testis-determining gene SRY in a marsupial (Nature Genetics)
    [1995]
  340. Metabolic assessment of wallaby blastocysts during embryonic diapause and subsequent reactivation
    [1995]
  341. Monotreme and marsupial reproduction
    [1995]
  342. The endocrine role in mammalian sexual differentiation
    [1995]
  343. The endocrine role in mammalian sexual differentiation
    [1995]
  344. The marsupial male: a role model for sexual development.
    [1995]
  345. The marsupial male: a role model for sexual development.
    [1995]
  346. Widespread expression of the testis-determining gene SRY in a marsupial
    [1995]
  347. Widespread expression of the testis–determining gene SRY in a marsupial
    [1995]
  348. Endocrinology of pregnancy, parturition and lactation of marsupials
    [1994]
  349. Evidence for the essential role of prostaglandins for parturition in a marsupial, Macropus eugenii
    [1994]
  350. Evidence for the essential role of prostaglandins for parturition in a marsupial, Macropus eugenii
    [1994]
  351. Pubertal development of the pouch and teats in the marsupial Macropus eugenii
    [1994]
  352. DNA fingerprinting in relation to male dominance and paternity in a captive colony of tammar wallabies (Macropus eugenii)
    [1993]
  353. DNA fingerprinting in relation to male dominance and paternity in a captive colony of tammar wallabies (Macropus eugenii)
    [1993]
  354. Ontogeny, Genetic Control, and Phylogeny of Female Reproduction in Monotreme and Therian Mammals
    [1993]
  355. The tammar wallaby (Macropus eugenii) and the Sprague-Dawley rat: Comparative anatomy and physiology of inguinoscrotal testicular descent
    [1993]
  356. The tammar wallaby (Macropus eugenii) and the Sprague-Dawley rat: Comparative anatomy and physiology of inguinoscrotal testicular descent
    [1993]
  357. Evolution of sex determination and the Y chromosome: SRY-related sequences in marsupials
    [1992]
  358. Primary genetic control of somatic sexual differentiation in a mammal
    [1988]
  359. Abolition of seasonal embryonic diapause in a wallaby by pineal denervation
    [1981]
  360. Initiation of development of diapausing embryo by mammary denervation during lactation in a marsupial
    [1979]
  361. Evolution of sex determination and the Y chromosome: SRY-related sequences in marsupials
    [1992]
  362. Marsupial mammals: enigma variations on a reproductive theme
    [1992]
  363. Steroid hormone content of the gonads of the tammar wallaby during sexual differentiation
    [1992]
  364. Steroid hormone content of the gonads of the tammar wallaby during sexual differentiation
    [1992]
  365. The role of genes and hormones in marsupial sexual differentiation
    [1992]
  366. Contraceptive effects of extended lactational amenorrhoea: Beyond the Bellagio Consensus
    [1991]

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