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Dr Lisa Akison (nee Chambers)
Dr Lisa Akison (nee Chambers)
The University of Queensland
Verified email at akison.com
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Obese women exhibit differences in ovarian metabolites, hormones, and gene expression compared with moderate-weight women
RL Robker, LK Akison, BD Bennett, PN Thrupp, LR Chura, DL Russell, ...
The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism 94 (5), 1533-1540, 2009
3932009
The impact of isolation measures due to COVID-19 on energy intake and physical activity levels in Australian university students
LA Gallo, TF Gallo, SL Young, KM Moritz, LK Akison
Nutrients 12 (6), 1865, 2020
2482020
Reproductive changes in fluctuating house mouse populations in southeastern Australia
G Singleton, CJ Krebs, S Davis, L Chambers, P Brown
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2001
1482001
Increased Beta-Oxidation and Improved Oocyte Developmental Competence in Response to l-Carnitine During Ovarian In Vitro Follicle Development in Mice
KR Dunning, LK Akison, DL Russell, RJ Norman, RL Robker
Biology of reproduction 85 (3), 548-555, 2011
1162011
Control of oocyte release by progesterone receptor-regulated gene expression
RL Robker, LK Akison, DL Russell
Nuclear receptor signaling 7 (1), nrs. 07012, 2009
1072009
Movements and Social Organization of Wild House Mice (Mus Domesticus) in the Wheatlands of Northwestern Victoria, Australia
LK Chambers, GR Singleton, CJ Krebs
Journal of Mammalogy 81 (1), 59-69, 2000
1042000
A review of fundamental principles for animal models of DOHaD research: an Australian perspective
H Dickinson, TJ Moss, KL Gatford, KM Moritz, L Akison, T Fullston, ...
Journal of developmental origins of health and disease 7 (5), 449-472, 2016
962016
Fertility control of wild mouse populations: the effects of hormonal competence and an imposed level of sterility
LK Chambers, GR Singleton, LA Hinds
Wildlife Research 26 (5), 579-591, 1999
951999
Biological control of rodents–the case for fertility control using immunocontraception
LK Chambers, MA Lawson, LA Hinds
Ecologically-based rodent management. ACIAR Monograph, 215-242, 1999
861999
Habitat selection of the long‐nosed bandicoot, Perameles nasuta (Mammalia, Peramelidae), in a patchy urban environment
LK Chambers, CR Dickman
Austral ecology 27 (3), 334-342, 2002
752002
The critical roles of progesterone receptor (PGR) in ovulation, oocyte developmental competence and oviductal transport in mammalian reproduction
LK Akison, RL Robker
Reproduction in Domestic Animals 47, 288-296, 2012
732012
Immunocontraception as a potential control method of wild rodent populations
LK Chambers, GR Singleton, GM Hood
Belgian Journal of Zoology (Belgium), 1997
571997
Pre-sowing control of house mice (Mus domesticus) using zinc phosphide: efficacy and potential non-target effects
PR Brown, LK Chambers, GR Singleton
Wildlife Research 29 (1), 27-37, 2002
512002
Abundance estimators and truth: accounting for individual heterogeneity in wild house mice
SA Davis, LK Akison, LN Farroway, GR Singleton, KE Leslie
The Journal of wildlife management, 634-645, 2003
482003
Alterations in placental glycogen deposition in complicated pregnancies: Current preclinical and clinical evidence
LK Akison, MD Nitert, VL Clifton, KM Moritz, DG Simmons
Placenta 54, 52-58, 2017
472017
Spinal cord injury-induced plasticity in the mouse—the crossed phrenic phenomenon
KH Minor, LK Akison, HG Goshgarian, NW Seeds
Experimental neurology 200 (2), 486-495, 2006
452006
Spatial heterogeneity in wild populations of house mice (Mus domesticus) on the Darling Downs, South eastern Queensland
LK Chambers, GR Singleton, MV Wensveen
Wildlife Research 23 (1), 23-37, 1996
441996
An experimental field study to examine whether Capillaria hepatica (Nematoda) can limit house mouse populations in eastern Australia.
GR Singleton, LK Chambers, DM Spratt
Wildlife Research 22 (1), 31-53, 1995
421995
Transient invasive migration in mouse cumulus oocyte complexes induced at ovulation by luteinizing hormone
LK Akison, ER Alvino, KR Dunning, RL Robker, DL Russell
Biology of reproduction 86 (4), 125, 1-8, 2012
402012
A manipulative field experiment to examine the effect of Capillaria hepatica (Nematoda) on wild mouse populations in southern Australia
GR Singleton, LK Chambers
International Journal for Parasitology 26 (4), 383-398, 1996
39*1996
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