Michael Garratt
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Oxidative stress as a cost of reproduction: Beyond the simplistic trade‐off model
JR Speakman, M Garratt
BioEssays 36 (1), 93-106, 2014
Is oxidative stress a physiological cost of reproduction? An experimental test in house mice
M Garratt, A Vasilaki, P Stockley, F McArdle, M Jackson, JL Hurst
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1708), 1098-1106, 2011
Oxidative stress and condition-dependent sexual signals: more than just seeing red
M Garratt, RC Brooks
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1741), 3121-3130, 2012
Physiological adaptations to reproduction. I. Experimentally increasing litter size enhances aspects of antioxidant defence but does not cause oxidative damage in mice
M Garratt, N Pichaud, EDA King, RC Brooks
Journal of Experimental Biology 216 (15), 2879-2888, 2013
Tissue‐dependent changes in oxidative damage with male reproductive effort in house mice
M Garratt, F McArdle, P Stockley, A Vasilaki, RJ Beynon, MJ Jackson, ...
Functional Ecology 26 (2), 423-433, 2012
Life history evolution, reproduction, and the origins of sex‐dependent aging and longevity
RC Brooks, MG Garratt
Academic Press, 2017
The scent of senescence: sexual signalling and female preference in house mice
M Garratt, P Stockley, SD Armstrong, RJ Beynon, JL Hurst
Journal of evolutionary biology 24 (11), 2398-2409, 2011
Causes and consequences of variation in offspring body mass: meta‐analyses in birds and mammals
V Ronget, JM Gaillard, T Coulson, M Garratt, F Gueyffier, JC Lega, ...
Biological Reviews 93 (1), 1-27, 2018
Sex differences in lifespan extension with acarbose and 17‐α estradiol: gonadal hormones underlie male‐specific improvements in glucose tolerance and mTORC 2 signaling
M Garratt, B Bower, GG Garcia, RA Miller
Aging Cell 16 (6), 1256-1266, 2017
Comparative idiosyncrasies in life extension by reduced mTOR signalling and its distinctiveness from dietary restriction
M Garratt, S Nakagawa, MJP Simons
Aging cell 15 (4), 737-743, 2016
High juvenile mortality is associated with sex-specific adult survival and lifespan in wild roe deer
M Garratt, JF Lemaître, M Douhard, C Bonenfant, G Capron, C Warnant, ...
Current Biology 25 (6), 759-763, 2015
Copper-zinc superoxide dismutase deficiency impairs sperm motility and in vivo fertility
M Garratt, R Bathgate, SP de Graaf, RC Brooks
Reproduction 146 (4), 297-304, 2013
Diversification of the eutherian placenta is associated with changes in the pace of life
M Garratt, JM Gaillard, RC Brooks, JF Lemaître
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (19), 7760-7765, 2013
Senescence in mammalian life history traits
JM Gaillard, M Garratt, JF Lemaître
The evolution of senescence in the tree of life, 126-155, 2017
Manipulating reproductive effort leads to changes in female reproductive scheduling but not oxidative stress
ED Aloise King, M Garratt, R Brooks
Ecology and evolution 3 (12), 4161-4171, 2013
Acarbose improves health and lifespan in aging HET3 mice
DE Harrison, R Strong, S Alavez, CM Astle, J DiGiovanni, E Fernandez, ...
Aging cell 18 (2), e12898, 2019
Physiological adaptations to reproduction. II. Mitochondrial adjustments in livers of lactating mice
N Pichaud, M Garratt, JWO Ballard, RC Brooks
Journal of Experimental Biology 216 (15), 2889-2895, 2013
Identification and application of gene expression signatures associated with lifespan extension
A Tyshkovskiy, P Bozaykut, AA Borodinova, MV Gerashchenko, GP Ables, ...
Cell metabolism, 2019
Male lifespan extension with 17‐α estradiol is linked to a sex‐specific metabolomic response modulated by gonadal hormones in mice
M Garratt, KA Lagerborg, YM Tsai, A Galecki, M Jain, RA Miller
Aging Cell 17 (4), e12786, 2018
Hypothalamic growth hormone receptor (GHR) controls hepatic glucose production in nutrient-sensing leptin receptor (LepRb) expressing neurons
G Cady, T Landeryou, M Garratt, JJ Kopchick, N Qi, D Garcia-Galiano, ...
Molecular metabolism 6 (5), 393-405, 2017
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