1. Sutton-McDowall, M.L., Gosnell, M., Anwer, A.G., White, M., Purdey, M., Abell, A.D., Goldys, E.M. and Thompson, J.G. (2017) Hyperspectral microscopy can detect metabolic heterogeneity within bovine post-compaction embryos incubated under two oxygen concentrations (7% versus 20%). Human Reproduction. 32:2016–2025.
  2. Li, H.J., Sutton-McDowall, M.L., Wang, X., Sugimura, S., Thompson, J.G. and Gilchrist, R.B. (2016) Extending prematuration with cAMP modulators enhances the cumulus contribution to oocyte antioxidant defence and oocyte quality via gap junctions. Human Reproduction 31:810-821.
  3. Sutton-McDowall, M.L., Lu, L.L.Y., Purdey, M., Abell, A.D., Goldys, E. MacMillan, K.L., Thompson, J.G. and Robker, R.L. (2016) Nonesterified fatty acid-induced endoplasmic reticulum stress in cattle cumulus oocyte complexes alters cell metabolism and developmental competence. Biology of Reproduction 94(1):23. doi: 10.1095/biolreprod.115.131862.
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  5. Sugimura, S., Ritter L.J., Rose R.D. and Thompson J.G., Smitz J., Mottershead D.G., Gilchrist R.B. (2015) Promotion of EGF receptor signaling improves the quality of low developmental competence oocytes. Developmental Biology. 403:139-49.
  6. Machado, M.F., Caixeta, E.S., Sudiman, J., Gilchrist, R.B., Thompson, J.G., Lima, P.F., Price, C.A. and Buratini, J. (2015) Fibroblast growth factor 17 and bone morphogenetic protein 15 enhance cumulus expansion and improve quality of in vitro-produced embryos in cattle. Theriogenology 84:390-398.
  7. Green, M.P., Harvey, A.J., Spate, L.D., Kimura, K., Thompson, J.G. and Roberts, R.M. (2015) The effects of 2,4-dinitrophenol and D-glucose concentration on the development, sex ratio, and interferon-tau (IFNT) production of bovine blastocysts. Molecular Reproduction and Development 83: 50-60.
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  9. Sutton-McDowall, M. L., Yelland, R., Macmillan, K. L., Robker, R. L. and Thompson, J. G. (2014) A study relating the composition of follicular fluid and blood plasma from individual Holstein dairy cows to the in vitro developmental competence of pooled abattoir-derived oocytes. Theriogenology 82:95-103.
  10. Sudiman, J., Sutton-McDowall, M.L., Ritter, L.J., White, M.A., Mottershead, D.G., Thompson, J.G., Gilchrist, R.B. (2014) Bone morphogenetic protein 15 in the pro-mature complex form enhances bovine oocyte developmental competence. PLoS One. 2014 Jul 24; 9(7):e103563.
  11. Sugimura, S., Ritter, L. J., Sutton-McDowall, M. L., Mottershead, D. G., Thompson, J. G. and Gilchrist, R. B. (2014) Amphiregulin co-operates with bone morphogenetic protein 15 to increase bovine oocyte developmental competence: effects on gap junction-mediated metabolite supply. Molecular Human Reproduction. 20:499-513.
  12. Morado, S., Cetica, P., Beconi, M., Thompson, J. G., Dalvit, G (2013). Reactive oxygen species production and redox state in parthenogenetic and sperm-mediated bovine oocyte activation. Reproduction 145: 471-478.
  13. Caixeta, E. S., Sutton-McDowall, M. L., Gilchrist, R. B., Thompson, J. G., Price, C. A., Machado, M. F., Lima, P. F., Buratini, J. (2013). Bone morphogenetic protein 15 and fibroblast growth factor 10 enhance cumulus expansion, glucose uptake, and expression of genes in the ovulatory cascade during in vitro maturation of bovine cumulus-oocyte complexes. Reproduction 146: 27-35.
  14. Gutnisky, C., Dalvit, G.C., Thompson, J.G., Cetica, P. (2013) Pentose phosphate pathway activity: Effect on in vitro maturation and oxidative status of bovine oocytes. Reproduction, Fertility and Development. 26: 931-942.
  15. Gutnisky, C., Morado, S., Dalvit, G. C., Thompson, J. G., Cetica, P. D. (2013). Glycolytic pathway activity: effect on IVM and oxidative metabolism of bovine oocytes. Reproduction, Fertility and Development 25: 1026-1035.
  16. Sutton-McDowall, M.L., Feil, D., Robker, R.L., Thompson, J.G., Dunning, K.R. (2012) Utilisation of endogenous fatty acid stores for energy production in bovine pre-implantation embryos. Theriogenology 77:1632-41.
  17. Sutton-McDowall, M.L., Mottershead, D.G., Gardner, D.K., Gilchrist, R.B., ThompsonG. (2012) Metabolic differences in bovine cumulus oocyte complexes matured in vitro in the presence or absence of follicle stimulating hormone and bone morphogenetic protein 15. Biology of Reproduction 87: (87)1-10.
  18. Albuz F.K., Sasseville M., Lane M., Armstrong D.T., Thompson J.G., Gilchrist R.B. 2010. Simulated physiological oocyte maturation (SPOM): A novel in vitro maturation system that substantially improves embryo yield and pregnancy outcomes. Human Reproduction 25: 2999-3011
  19. Hussein, T.S., Sutton-McDowall, M.L., Gilchrist, R.B., Thompson, J.G. (2011) Temporal effects of exogenous oocyte-secreted factors on bovine oocyte developmental competence during IVM. Reproduction, Fertility and Development 23: 576-84
  20. Lopes A.S., Lane M., Thompson J.G. (2010) Oxygen consumption and ROS production are increased at the time of fertilization and cell cleavage in bovine zygotes. Human Reproduction 25: 2762-2773
  21. Irving-Rodgers, H.F., Morris, S., Collett, R.A., Peura, T.T., Davy, M., Thompson, J.G., Mason, H.D., Rodgers, R.J. (2009) Phenotypes of the ovarian follicular basal lamina predict developmental competence of oocytes. Human Reproduction 24:936-44