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  • Matthew Elmes, Alexandra Szyszka, +5 authors Sarah McMullen
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Physiological reports
  • 2015 (First Publication: 1 April 2015)
  • Advanced maternal age of first time pregnant mothers is associated with prolonged and dysfunctional labor and significant risk of emergency cesarean section. We investigated the influence of maternalExpand
  • Ronan Muir, Jean Ballan, +5 authors Matthew J Elmes
  • Medicine
  • Clinical science
  • 2016 (First Publication: 3 November 2015)
  • Modelling maternal obesity in rats adversely affected steroid synthesis, uterine contractile associated protein expression and ex-vivo uterine contractility during labour. This maternal obesity modelExpand
  • Louise J. Dunford, Kevin D Sinclair, +4 authors David S Gardner
  • Medicine, Biology
  • FASEB journal : official publication of the…
  • 2014 (First Publication: 1 November 2014)
  • This paper identifies a common nutritional pathway relating maternal through to fetal protein-energy malnutrition (PEM) and compromised fetal kidney development. Thirty-one twin-bearing sheep wereExpand
  • Grace George, Sally A V Draycott, Ronan Muir, Bethan L. Clifford, Matthew J Elmes, S C Langley-Evans
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Scientific Reports
  • 2019 (First Publication: 2 October 2019)
  • Exposure to maternal obesity during early-life can have adverse consequences for offspring growth and adiposity. We aimed to assess the relative contributions of exposure to maternal obesity, inducedExpand
  • Grace George, Sally A V Draycott, Ronan Muir, Bethan L. Clifford, Matthew J Elmes, S C Langley-Evans
  • Medicine
  • Scientific Reports
  • 2019 (First Publication: 12 July 2019)
  • Exposure to maternal obesity during early development programmes adverse metabolic health in rodent offspring. We assessed the relative contributions of obesity during pregnancy and suckling onExpand