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Watkins, Adam, Pearce, Gillian, Unak, Perihan, Guldu, Ozge, Yasakci, Volkan, Akin, Oguz, Aras, Omer, Wong, Julian and Ma, Xianghong (2018). Tissue morphology and gene expression characterisation of transplantable adenocarcinoma bearing mice exposed to fluorodeoxyglucose-conjugated magnetic nanoparticles. Journal of Biomedical Nanotechnology, 14 (11), pp. 1979-1991.

Watkins, Adam J., Dias, Irundika, Tsuro, Heather, Allen, Danielle, Emes, Richard D., Moreton, Joanna, Wilson, Ray, Ingram, Richard J. M. and Sinclair, Kevin D. (2018). Paternal diet programs offspring health through sperm- and seminal plasma-specific pathways in mice. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 115 (40), pp. 10064-10069.

Aras, Omer, Pearce, Gillian, Watkins, Adam J., Nurili, Fuad, Medine, Emin Ilker, Guldu, Ozge Kozgus, Tekin, Volkan, Wong, Julian, Ma, Xianghong, Ting, Richard, Unak, Perihan, Akin, Oguz and Xu, Bing (2018). An in-vivo pilot study into the effects of FDG-mNP in cancer in mice. PLoS ONE, 13 (8),

Watkins, Adam J., Sirovica, Slobodan, Stokes, Ben, Isaacs, Mark, Addison, Owen and Martin, Richard A. (2017). Paternal low protein diet programs preimplantation embryo gene expression, fetal growth and skeletal development in mice. BBA : Molecular Basis of Disease, 1863 (6), pp. 1371-1381.

Denisenko, Oleg, Lucas, Emma S., Sun, Congshan, Watkins, Adam J., Mar, Daniel, Brmsztyk, Karol and Fleming, Tom P. (2016). Regulation of ribosomal RNA expression across the lifespan is fine-tuned by maternal diet before implantation. BBA Gene Regulatory Mechanisms, 1859 (7), 906–913.

Watkins, Adam J., Lucas, Emma S., Marfy-Smith, Stephanie, Bates, Nicola, Kimber, Susan J. and Fleming, Tom P. (2015). Maternal nutrition modifies trophoblast giant cell phenotype and fetal growth in mice. Human Reproduction, 149 (6), pp. 563-575.

Fleming, Tom P., Watkins, Adam J., Sun, Congshan, Velazquez, Miguel A., Smyth, Neil R. and Eckert, Judith J. (2015). Do little embryos make big decisions? How maternal dietary protein restriction can permanently change an embryo's potential, affecting adult health. Reproduction, fertility and development, 27 (4), pp. 684-692.

Watkins, Adam J. and Sinclair, Kevin D. (2014). Paternal low protein diet affects adult offspring cardiovascular and metabolic function in mice. AJP Heart and Circulatory physiology, 306 (10), H1444-H1452.

Sinclair, Kevin D. and Watkins, Adam J. (2013). Parental diet, pregnancy outcomes and offspring health:metabolic determinants in developing oocytes and embryos. Reproduction, fertility and development, 26 (1), pp. 99-114.

Eckert, Judith J., Porter, Richard, Watkins, Adam J., Burt, Elizabeth, Brooks, Suzanne, Leese, Henry J., Humpherson, Peter G., Cameron, Iain T. and Fleming, Tom P. (2012). Metabolic induction and early responses of mouse blastocyst developmental programming following maternal low protein diet affecting life-long health. PLoS ONE, 7 (12),

Watkins, Adam J., Lucas, Emma S., Wilkins, Adrian, Cagampang, Felino R.A. and Fleming, Tom P. (2011). Maternal periconceptional and gestational low protein diet affects mouse offspring growth, cardiovascular and adipose phenotype at 1 year of age. PLoS ONE, 6 (12),

Watkins, Adam J., Wilkins, Adrian, Cunningham, Colm, Perry, V. Hugh, Seet, Meei J., Osmond, Clive, Eckert, Judith J., Torrens, Christopher, Cagampang, Felino R.A., Cleal, Jane, Gray, William P., Hanson, Mark A. and Fleming, Tom P. (2008). Low protein diet fed exclusively during mouse oocyte maturation leads to behavioural and cardiovascular abnormalities in offspring. Journal of Physiology, 586 (8), pp. 2231-2244.

Watkins, Adam J., Papenbrock, Tom and Fleming, Tom P. (2008). The preimplantation embryo:handle with care. Seminars in Reproductive Medicine, 26 (2), pp. 175-185.

Watkins, Adam J., Platt, Duncan, Papenbrock, Tom, Wilkins, Adrian, Eckert, Judith J., Kwong, Wing Yee, Osmond, Clive, Hanson, Mark and Fleming, Tom P. (2007). Mouse embryo culture induces changes in postnatal phenotype including raised systolic blood pressure. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 104 (13), pp. 5449-5454.

Watkins, Adam, Wilkins, Adrian, Osmond, Clive, Warner, Carol M., Comiskey, Martina, Hanson, Mark and Fleming, Tom P. (2006). The influence of mouse Ped gene expression on postnatal development. Journal of Physiology, 571 , pp. 211-220.

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