michelle lane
michelle lane
University of Adelaide, Robinson Research Institute
Verified email at repromed.com.au
TitleCited byYear
Blastocyst score affects implantation and pregnancy outcome: towards a single blastocyst transfer
DK Gardner, M Lane, J Stevens, T Schlenker, WB Schoolcraft
Fertility and sterility 73 (6), 1155-1158, 2000
10852000
Oocyte-secreted factors: regulators of cumulus cell function and oocyte quality
RB Gilchrist, M Lane, JG Thompson
Human reproduction update 14 (2), 159-177, 2008
7472008
Culture and transfer of human blastocysts increases implantation rates and reduces the need for multiple embryo transfers
DK Gardner, P Vella, M Lane, L Wagley, T Schlenker, WB Schoolcraft
Fertility and sterility 69 (1), 84-88, 1998
6981998
Enhanced rates of cleavage and development for sheep zygotes cultured to the blastocyst stage in vitro in the absence of serum and somatic cells: amino acids, vitamins, and …
DK Gardner, M Lane, A Spitzer, PA Batt
Biology of reproduction 50 (2), 390-400, 1994
5851994
Culture and selection of viable blastocysts: a feasible proposition for human IVF?
DK Gardner, M Lane
Human reproduction update 3 (4), 367-382, 1997
5261997
Vitrification of mouse and human blastocysts using a novel cryoloop container-less technique
M Lane, WB Schoolcraft, DK Gardner, D Phil
Fertility and sterility 72 (6), 1073-1078, 1999
4121999
Amino acids and ammonium regulate mouse embryo development in culture
DK Gardner, M Lane
Biology of Reproduction 48 (2), 377-385, 1993
4051993
Environment of the preimplantation human embryo in vivo: metabolite analysis of oviduct and uterine fluids and metabolism of cumulus cells
DK Gardner, M Lane, I Calderon, J Leeton
Fertility and sterility 65 (2), 349-353, 1996
3601996
Differential regulation of mouse embryo development and viability by amino acids
M Lane, DK Gardner
Reproduction 109 (1), 153-164, 1997
3521997
Noninvasive assessment of human embryo nutrient consumption as a measure of developmental potential
DK Gardner, M Lane, J Stevens, WB Schoolcraft
Fertility and sterility 76 (6), 1175-1180, 2001
3032001
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
2962013
Effect of incubation volume and embryo density on the development and viability of mouse embryos in vitro
M Lane, DK Gardner
Human reproduction 7 (4), 558-562, 1992
2841992
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
2802009
Containerless vitrification of mammalian oocytes and embryos
M Lane, BD Bavister, EA Lyons, KT Forest
Nature biotechnology 17 (12), 1234, 1999
2581999
Alleviation of the'2-cell block'and development to the blastocyst of CF1 mouse embryos: role of amino acids, EDTA and physical parameters
DK Gardner, M Lane
Human reproduction 11 (12), 2703-2712, 1996
2581996
Embryo culture systems
DK Gardner, M Lane
Handbook of in vitro fertilization, 205-264, 2000
2432000
Culture of viable human blastocysts in defined sequential serum-free media
DK Gardner, M Lane
Human reproduction 13 (suppl_3), 148-159, 1998
2401998
Fertilization and early embryology: Selection of viable mouse blastocysts prior to transfer using a metabolic criterion
M Lane, DK Gardner
Human Reproduction 11 (9), 1975-1978, 1996
2391996
Blastocyst culture and transfer: analysis of results and parameters affecting outcome in two in vitro fertilization programs
WB Schoolcraft, DK Gardner, M Lane, T Schlenker, F Hamilton, ...
Fertility and Sterility 72 (4), 604-609, 1999
2211999
Ammonium induces aberrant blastocyst differentiation, metabolism, pH regulation, gene expression and subsequently alters fetal development in the mouse
M Lane, DK Gardner
Biology of reproduction 69 (4), 1109-1117, 2003
2202003
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