Nicole O McPherson; Nicole O Palmer
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Paternal obesity initiates metabolic disturbances in two generations of mice with incomplete penetrance to the F2 generation and alters the transcriptional profile of …
T Fullston, EMC Ohlsson Teague, NO Palmer, MJ DeBlasio, M Mitchell, ...
The FASEB Journal 27 (10), 4226-4243, 2013
Impact of obesity on male fertility, sperm function and molecular composition
NO Palmer, HW Bakos, T Fullston, M Lane
Spermatogenesis 2 (4), 253-263, 2012
Diet and exercise in an obese mouse fed a high-fat diet improve metabolic health and reverse perturbed sperm function
NO Palmer, HW Bakos, JA Owens, BP Setchell, M Lane
American Journal of Physiology-Endocrinology and Metabolism 302 (7), E768-E780, 2012
Diet-induced paternal obesity in the absence of diabetes diminishes the reproductive health of two subsequent generations of mice
T Fullston, NO Palmer, JA Owens, M Mitchell, HW Bakos, M Lane
Human reproduction 27 (5), 1391-1400, 2012
Preconception diet or exercise intervention in obese fathers normalizes sperm microRNA profile and metabolic syndrome in female offspring
NO McPherson, JA Owens, T Fullston, M Lane
American Journal of Physiology-Endocrinology and Metabolism 308 (9), E805-E821, 2015
Peri-conception parental obesity, reproductive health, and transgenerational impacts
M Lane, DL Zander-Fox, RL Robker, NO McPherson
Trends in Endocrinology & Metabolism 26 (2), 84-90, 2015
SIRT6 in mouse spermatogenesis is modulated by diet-induced obesity
NO Palmer, T Fullston, M Mitchell, BP Setchell, M Lane
Reproduction, Fertility and Development 23 (7), 929-939, 2011
Paternal obesity, interventions, and mechanistic pathways to impaired health in offspring
NO McPherson, T Fullston, RJ Aitken, M Lane
Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism 64 (3-4), 231-238, 2014
Paternal obesity induces metabolic and sperm disturbances in male offspring that are exacerbated by their exposure to an “obesogenic” diet
T Fullston, NO McPherson, JA Owens, WX Kang, LY Sandeman, M Lane
Physiological reports 3 (3), e12336, 2015
Oxidative stress in mouse sperm impairs embryo development, fetal growth and alters adiposity and glucose regulation in female offspring
M Lane, NO McPherson, T Fullston, M Spillane, L Sandeman, WX Kang, ...
PLoS One 9 (7), 2014
Male obesity and subfertility, is it really about increased adiposity?
NO McPherson, M Lane
Asian journal of andrology 17 (3), 450, 2015
Obese father’s metabolic state, adiposity, and reproductive capacity indicate son’s reproductive health
NO McPherson, T Fullston, HW Bakos, BP Setchell, M Lane
Fertility and sterility 101 (3), 865-873. e1, 2014
Improving metabolic health in obese male mice via diet and exercise restores embryo development and fetal growth
NO McPherson, HW Bakos, JA Owens, BP Setchell, M Lane
PloS one 8 (8), 2013
When two obese parents are worse than one! Impacts on embryo and fetal development
NO McPherson, VG Bell, DL Zander-Fox, T Fullston, LL Wu, RL Robker, ...
American Journal of Physiology-Endocrinology and Metabolism 309 (6), E568-E581, 2015
Paternal under-nutrition programs metabolic syndrome in offspring which can be reversed by antioxidant/vitamin food fortification in fathers
NO McPherson, T Fullston, WX Kang, LY Sandeman, MA Corbett, ...
Scientific reports 6, 27010, 2016
An exercise‐only intervention in obese fathers restores glucose and insulin regulation in conjunction with the rescue of pancreatic islet cell morphology and microRNA …
NO McPherson, M Lane, L Sandeman, JA Owens, T Fullston
Nutrients 9 (2), 122, 2017
Female offspring sired by diet induced obese male mice display impaired blastocyst development with molecular alterations to their ovaries, oocytes and cumulus cells
T Fullston, H Shehadeh, LY Sandeman, WX Kang, LL Wu, RL Robker, ...
Journal of assisted reproduction and genetics 32 (5), 725-735, 2015
The most common vices of men can damage fertility and the health of the next generation
T Fullston, NO McPherson, D Zander-Fox, M Lane
Journal of Endocrinology 234 (2), F1-F6, 2017
Reduction of mitochondrial function by FCCP during mouse cleavage stage embryo culture reduces birth weight and impairs the metabolic health of offspring
DL Zander-Fox, T Fullston, NO McPherson, L Sandeman, WX Kang, ...
Biology of reproduction 92 (5), 124, 1-11, 2015
Stimulation of mitochondrial embryo metabolism by dichloroacetic acid in an aged mouse model improves embryo development and viability
NO McPherson, D Zander-Fox, M Lane
Fertility and sterility 101 (5), 1458-1466. e5, 2014
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