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    1. Scott, CJ; Pereira, AM; Tilbrook, AJ; Rawson, JA; Clarke, IJ
      Changes in preoptic and hypothalamic levels of progesterone receptor mRNA across the oestrous cycle of the ewe

      JOURNAL OF NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY
    2. Henry, BA; Rao, A; Tilbrook, AJ; Clarke, IJ
      Chronic food-restriction alters the expression of somatostatin and growth hormone-releasing hormone in the ovariectomised ewe

      JOURNAL OF ENDOCRINOLOGY
    3. Turner, AI; Tilbrook, AJ; Clarke, IJ; Scott, CJ
      Progesterone and testosterone in combination act in the hypothalamus of castrated rams to regulate the secretion of LH

      JOURNAL OF ENDOCRINOLOGY
    4. Henry, BA; Goding, JW; Tilbrook, AJ; Dunshea, FR; Clarke, IJ
      Intracerebroventricular infusion of leptin elevates the secretion of luteinising hormone without affecting food intake in long-term food-restricted sheep, but increases growth hormone irrespective of bodyweight

      JOURNAL OF ENDOCRINOLOGY
    5. Clarke, IJ; Tilbrook, AJ; Turner, AI; Doughton, BW; Goding, JW
      Sex, Fat and the Tilt of the Earth: effects of sex and season on the feeding response to centrally administered leptin in sheep.

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    6. Henry, BA; Rao, A; Ikenasio, BA; Mountjoy, KG; Tilbrook, AJ; Clarke, IJ
      Differential expression of cocaine- and amphetamine-regulated transcript and agouti related-protein in chronically food-restricted sheep

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    7. Tilbrook, AJ; Clarke, IJ
      Negative feedback regulation of the secretion and actions of gonadotropin-releasing hormone in males

      BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION
    8. Tilbrook, AJ; de Kretser, DM; Clarke, IJ
      Influence of the degree of stimulation of the pituitary by gonadotropin-releasing hormone on the action of inhibin and testosterone to suppress the secretion of the gonadotropins in rams

      BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION
    9. Hughan, SC; Loose, JM; Caddy, DJ; Canny, BJ; Tilbrook, AJ; Young, IR
      Combined xylazine and ketamine as an analgesic regimen in sheep

      AUSTRALIAN VETERINARY JOURNAL
    10. Tilbrook, AJ; Turner, AI; Clarke, IJ
      Effects of stress on reproduction in non-rodent mammals: the role of glucocorticoids and sex differences

      REVIEWS OF REPRODUCTION
    11. Scott, CJ; Tilbrook, AJ; Rawson, JA; Clarke, IJ
      Gonadal steroid receptors in the regulation of GnRH secretion in farm animals

      ANIMAL REPRODUCTION SCIENCE
    12. Hutson, GD; Ambrose, TJ; Barnett, JL; Tilbrook, AJ
      Development of a behavioural test of sensory responsiveness in the growingpig

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    13. Scott, CJ; Tilbrook, AJ; Simmons, DM; Rawson, JA; Chu, S; Fuller, PJ; Ing, NH; Clarke, IJ
      The distribution of cells containing estrogen receptor-alpha (ER alpha) and ER beta messenger ribonucleic acid in the preoptic area and hypothalamus of the sheep: Comparison of males and females

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    14. Henry, BA; Tilbrook, AJ; Dunshea, FR; Rao, A; Blache, D; Martin, GB; Clarke, IJ
      Long-term alterations in adiposity affect the expression of melanin-concentrating hormone and enkephalin but not proopiomelanocortin in the hypothalamus of ovariectomized ewes

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    15. Turner, AI; Hemsworth, PH; Canny, BJ; Tilbrook, AJ
      Inhibition of the secretion of LH in ovariectomised pigs by sustained but not repeated acute elevation of cortisol in the absence but not the presence of oestradiol

      JOURNAL OF ENDOCRINOLOGY
    16. Canny, BJ; O'Farrell, KA; Clarke, IJ; Tilbrook, AJ
      The influence of sex and gonadectomy on the hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenal axis of the sheep

      JOURNAL OF ENDOCRINOLOGY
    17. Tilbrook, AJ; Canny, BJ; Stewart, BJ; Serapiglia, MD; Clarke, IJ
      Central administration of corticotrophin releasing hormone but not arginine vasopressin stimulates the secretion of luteinizing hormone in rams in the presence and absence of testosterone

      JOURNAL OF ENDOCRINOLOGY
    18. Tilbrook, AJ; de Kretser, DM; Clarke, IJ
      Changes in the suppressive effects of recombinant inhibin A on FSH secretion in ram lambs during sexual maturation: evidence for alterations in the clearance rate of inhibin

      JOURNAL OF ENDOCRINOLOGY
    19. Tilbrook, AJ; Canny, BJ; Serapiglia, MD; Ambrose, TJ; Clarke, IJ
      Suppression of the secretion of luteinizing hormone due to isolation/restraint stress in gonadectomised rams and ewes is influenced by sex steroids

      JOURNAL OF ENDOCRINOLOGY
    20. Tilbrook, AJ; de Kretser, DM; Clarke, IJ
      Seasonal changes in the negative feedback regulation of the secretion of the gonadotrophins by testosterone and inhibin in rams

      JOURNAL OF ENDOCRINOLOGY
    21. Henry, BA; Goding, JW; Alexander, WS; Tilbrook, AJ; Canny, BJ; Dunshea, F; Rao, A; Mansell, A; Clarke, IJ
      Central administration of leptin to ovariectomized ewes inhibits food intake without affecting the secretion of hormones from the pituitary gland: Evidence for a dissociation of effects on appetite and neuroendocrine function

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    22. Turner, AI; Hemsworth, PH; Canny, BJ; Tilbrook, AJ
      Sustained but not repeated acute elevation of cortisol impaired the luteinizing hormone surge, estrus, and ovulation in gilts

      BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION
    23. TURNER AI; HEMSWORTH PH; HUGHES PE; CANNY BJ; TILBROOK AJ
      THE EFFECT OF REPEATED BOAR EXPOSURE ON CORTISOL SECRETION AND REPRODUCTION IN GILTS

      Animal reproduction science
    24. CANNY BJ; OFARRELL KA; CLARKE IJ; TILBROOK AJ
      ANGIOTENSIN-II-INDUCED AND PHORBOL ESTER-INDUCED STEROIDOGENESIS BY OVINE ADRENOCORTICAL-CELLS - EFFECT OF SEX AND THE GONADAL STATUS OF THE DONOR ANIMAL

      Clinical and experimental pharmacology and physiology
    25. TURNER AI; HEMSWORTH PH; HUGHES PE; TILBROOK AJ
      REPEATED ACUTE ACTIVATION OF THE HYPOTHALAMOPITUITARY-ADRENAL AXIS PRIOR TO AND DURING ESTRUS DID NOT AFFECT REPRODUCTIVE-PERFORMANCE IN GILTS

      Biology of reproduction
    26. DUNSHEA FR; LEURY BJ; TILBROOK AJ; KING RH
      RACTOPAMINE INCREASES GLUCOSE-TURNOVER WITHOUT AFFECTING LIPOGENESIS IN THE PIG

      Australian Journal of Agricultural Research
    27. TILBROOK AJ; DEKRETSER DM; CLARKE IJ
      NEGATIVE FEEDBACK-REGULATION OF FSH-SECRETION BY INHIBIN IN PRE-PUBERTAL RAMS

      Biology of reproduction
    28. TURNER AI; HEMSWORTH PH; TILBROOK AJ
      THE SEXUAL MOTIVATION OF BOARS HOUSED ADJACENT TO OVARIECTOMIZED GILTS DID NOT AFFECT THE EFFICIENCY OF DETECTING HORMONALLY INDUCED ESTRUSUSING THE BACK PRESSURE TEST

      Applied animal behaviour science
    29. PHILLIPS DJ; HEDGER MP; MCFARLANE JR; KLEIN R; CLARKE IJ; TILBROOK AJ; NASH AD; DEKRETSER DM
      FOLLISTATIN CONCENTRATIONS IN MALE SHEEP INCREASE FOLLOWING SHAM CASTRATION CASTRATION OR INJECTION OF INTERLEUKIN-1-BETA/

      Journal of Endocrinology
    30. TILBROOK AJ; DEKRETSER DM; DUNSHEA FR; KLEIN R; ROBERTSON DM; CLARKE IJ; MADDOCKS S
      THE TESTIS IS NOT THE MAJOR SOURCE OF CIRCULATING FOLLISTATIN IN THE RAM

      Journal of Endocrinology
    31. TURNER AI; HEMSWORTH PH; HUGHES PE; TILBROOK AJ
      INTRODUCTION OF GILTS TO BOARS ELEVATED PLASMA-CORTISOL BUT DID NOT AFFECT REPRODUCTION

      Biology of reproduction
    32. POMARES CC; GALLOWAY DB; HOLMES JHG; CLARKE IJ; TILBROOK AJ
      LUPIN AND COWPEA SUPPLEMENTS FOR GROWTH, WOOL PRODUCTION, AND REPRODUCTION IN RAMS

      Australian journal of experimental agriculture
    33. TILBROOK AJ; CLARKE IJ
      NEGATIVE FEEDBACK-REGULATION OF THE SECRETION AND ACTIONS OF GNRH IN MALE RUMINANTS

      Journal of Reproduction and Fertility
    34. TILBROOK AJ; CLARKE IJ; DEKRETSER DM
      HUMAN RECOMBINANT FOLLISTATIN-288 SUPPRESSES PLASMA-CONCENTRATIONS OFFOLLICLE-STIMULATING-HORMONE BUT IS NOT A SIGNIFICANT REGULATOR OF LUTEINIZING-HORMONE IN CASTRATED RAMS

      Biology of reproduction
    35. CLARKE IJ; FLETCHER TP; POMARES CC; HOLMES JHG; DUNSHEA F; THOMAS GB; TILBROOK AJ; WALTON PE; GALLOWAY DB
      EFFECT OF HIGH-PROTEIN FEED SUPPLEMENTS ON CONCENTRATIONS OF GROWTH-HORMONE (GH), INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR-I (IGF-I) AND IGF-BINDING PROTEIN-3 IN PLASMA AND ON THE AMOUNTS OF GH AND MESSENGER-RNA FOR GH IN THE PITUITARY-GLANDS OF ADULT RAMS

      Journal of Endocrinology
    36. TILBROOK AJ; DEKRETSER DM; CLARKE IJ
      HUMAN RECOMBINANT INHIBIN-A AND TESTOSTERONE ACT DIRECTLY AT THE PITUITARY TO SUPPRESS PLASMA-CONCENTRATIONS OF FSH IN CASTRATED RAMS

      Journal of Endocrinology
    37. TILBROOK AJ; DEKRETSER DM; CLARKE IJ
      HUMAN RECOMBINANT INHIBIN-A SUPPRESSES PLASMA FOLLICLE-STIMULATING-HORMONE TO INTACT LEVELS BUT HAS NO EFFECT ON LUTEINIZING-HORMONE IN CASTRATED RAMS

      Biology of reproduction


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