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Volume 547, Number 1, February 2003

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Free Content Fetal programming: from gene to functional systems - an overview
pp. 3-4(2)
Authors: Nathanielsz, Peter W.; Thornburg, Kent L.

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Free Content The dangerous road of catch-up growth
pp. 5-10(6)
Authors: Hales, C. N.; Ozanne, S. E.

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Free Content Lifetime consequences of abnormal fetal pancreatic development
pp. 11-20(10)
Authors: Holemans, K.; Aerts, L.; Assche, F. A.

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Free Content Regulation of supply and demand for maternal nutrients in mammals by imprinted genes
pp. 35-44(10)
Authors: Reik, Wolf; Constância, Miguel; Fowden, Abigail; Anderson, Neil; Dean, Wendy; Ferguson-Smith, Anne; Tycko, Benjamin; Sibley, Colin

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Free Content Surgery in the human fetus: the future
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Author: Flake, Alan W.

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Free Content Augmentation of coronary conductance in adult sheep made anaemic during fetal life
pp. 53-59(7)
Authors: Davis, L.; Roullet, J. B.; Thornburg, K. L.; Shokry, M.; Hohimer, A. R.; Giraud, G. D.

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Free Content Prenatal dexamethasone leads to both endothelial dysfunction and vasodilatory compensation in sheep
pp. 61-66(6)
Authors: Molnar, Judit; Howe, David C.; Nijland, Mark J. M.; Nathanielsz, Peter W.

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Free Content Postnatal cardiovascular function after manipulation of fetal growth by embryo transfer in the horse
pp. 67-76(10)
Authors: Giussani, Dino A.; Forhead, Alison J.; Gardner, David S.; Fletcher, Andrew J. W.; Allen, W. R.; Fowden, Abigail L.

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Free Content Maternal protein restriction in the rat impairs resistance artery but not conduit artery function in pregnant offspring
pp. 77-84(8)
Authors: Torrens, Christopher; Brawley, Lee; Barker, Alison C.; Itoh, Shigeru; Poston, Lucilla; Hanson, Mark A.

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Free Content Placental glucose transport in growth-restricted pregnancies induced by overnourishing adolescent sheep
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Authors: Wallace, Jacqueline M.; Bourke, Deirdre A.; Aitken, Raymond P.; Milne, John S.; Hay, William W.

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Free Content Glucocorticoid exposure at the dose used clinically alters cytoskeletal proteins and presynaptic terminals in the fetal baboon brain
pp. 117-123(7)
Authors: Antonow-Schlorke, Iwa; Schwab, Matthias; Li, Cun; Nathanielsz, Peter W.

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Free Content Chronic hypoxia causes angiogenesis in addition to remodelling in the adult rat pulmonary circulation
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Authors: Howell, Katherine; Preston, Robert J.; McLoughlin, Paul

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Free Content Amyloid 1–42 peptide alters the gating of human and mouse α-bungarotoxin-sensitive nicotinic receptors
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Authors: Grassi, Francesca; Palma, Eleonora; Tonini, Raffaella; Amici, Mascia; Ballivet, Marc; Eusebi, Fabrizio

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Free Content Analysis of the differential modulation of sulphonylurea block of -cell and cardiac ATP-sensitive K+ (KATP) channels by Mg-nucleotides
pp. 159-168(10)
Authors: Reimann, Frank; Dabrowski, Michael; Jones, Phillippa; Gribble, Fiona M.; Ashcroft, Frances M.

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Free Content Mouse muscle denervation increases expression of an α7 nicotinic receptor with unusual pharmacology
pp. 169-179(11)
Authors: Tsuneki, Hiroshi; Salas, Ramiro; Dani, John A.

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Free Content A novel chloride conductance activated by extracellular ATP in mouse parotid acinar cells
pp. 197-208(12)
Authors: Arreola, Jorge; Melvin, James E.

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Free Content Release of ATP induced by hypertonic solutions in Xenopus oocytes
pp. 209-219(11)
Authors: Aleu, Jordi; Martín-Satué, Mireia; Navarro, Piedad; Lara, Ivanna Pérez; Bahima, Laia; Marsal, Jordi; Solsona, Carles

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Free Content Response of human jaw muscles to axial stimulation of the incisor
pp. 233-245(13)
Authors: Brinkworth, Russell S. A.; Türker, Kemal S.; Savundra, Andrew W.

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Free Content Expression of IGF-I splice variants in young and old human skeletal muscle after high resistance exercise
pp. 247-254(8)
Authors: Hameed, M.; Orrell, R. W.; Cobbold, M.; Goldspink, G.; Harridge, S. D. R.

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Free Content An inwardly rectifying K+ channel in bovine parotid acinar cells: possible involvement of Kir2.1
pp. 255-269(15)
Authors: Hayashi, M.; Komazaki, S.; Ishikawa, T.

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Free Content Changes in respiratory control after three hours of isocapnic hypoxia in humans
pp. 271-281(11)
Authors: Mahamed, Safraaz; Cunningham, David A.; Duffin, James

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Free Content Enhanced nitric oxide activity offsets peripheral vasoconstriction during acute hypoxaemia via chemoreflex and adrenomedullary actions in the sheep fetus
pp. 283-291(9)
Authors: Morrison, Suzanne; Gardner, David S.; Fletcher, Andrew J. W.; Bloomfield, Malcolm R.; Giussani, Dino A.

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Free Content Position and velocity responses to galvanic vestibular stimulation in human subjects during standing
pp. 293-299(7)
Authors: Wardman, Daniel L.; Day, Brian L.; Fitzpatrick, Richard C.

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Free Content Effects of dynamic exercise intensity on the activation of hormone-sensitive lipase in human skeletal muscle
pp. 301-308(8)
Authors: Watt, Matthew J.; Heigenhauser, George J. F.; Spriet, Lawrence L.

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Free Content Basal leg blood flow in healthy women is related to age and hormone replacement therapy status
pp. 309-316(8)
Authors: Moreau, Kerrie L.; Donato, Anthony J.; Tanaka, Hirofumi; Jones, Pamela Parker; Gates, Phillip E.; Seals, Douglas R.

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Free Content Melatonin modulates the light-induced sympathoexcitation and vagal suppression with participation of the suprachiasmatic nucleus in mice
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Authors: Mutoh, Tatsushi; Shibata, Shigenobu; Korf, Horst-Werner; Okamura, Hitoshi

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