Affiliation: University College Dublin
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- Forde N, Beltman M, Duffy G, Duffy P, Mehta J, O Gaora P, et al. Changes in the endometrial transcriptome during the bovine estrous cycle: effect of low circulating progesterone and consequences for conceptus elongation. Biol Reprod. 2011;84:266-78 pubmed publisher..Under low P4 conditions, a suboptimal uterine environment with reduced ability to support conceptus elongation is observed. ..
- Forde N, Carter F, Spencer T, Bazer F, Sandra O, Mansouri Attia N, et al. Conceptus-induced changes in the endometrial transcriptome: how soon does the cow know she is pregnant?. Biol Reprod. 2011;85:144-56 pubmed publisher..The identified genes represent known and novel early markers of conceptus development and/or return to cyclicity and may be useful to identify the earliest stage at which the endometrial response to the conceptus is detectable. ..
- Forde N, Lonergan P. Transcriptomic analysis of the bovine endometrium: What is required to establish uterine receptivity to implantation in cattle?. J Reprod Dev. 2012;58:189-95 pubmed....
- Forde N, Duffy G, McGettigan P, Browne J, Mehta J, Kelly A, et al. Evidence for an early endometrial response to pregnancy in cattle: both dependent upon and independent of interferon tau. Physiol Genomics. 2012;44:799-810 pubmed publisher....
- Forde N, Mehta J, Minten M, Crowe M, Roche J, Spencer T, et al. Effects of low progesterone on the endometrial transcriptome in cattle. Biol Reprod. 2012;87:124 pubmed publisher....
- Forde N, Mehta J, McGettigan P, Mamo S, Bazer F, Spencer T, et al. Alterations in expression of endometrial genes coding for proteins secreted into the uterine lumen during conceptus elongation in cattle. BMC Genomics. 2013;14:321 pubmed publisher..e., Days 13 through 19) revealed the presence of APOA1, ARSA, LCAT, NCDN as well as members of the PLIN family of proteins that may play roles in driving conceptus elongation in cattle. ..