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Brandon R Menzies
Brandon R Menzies
Senior Research Associate, The University of Melbourne
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au
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Genome sequence of an Australian kangaroo, Macropus eugenii, provides insight into the evolution of mammalian reproduction and development
MB Renfree, AT Papenfuss, JE Deakin, J Lindsay, T Heider, K Belov, ...
Genome biology 12 (8), 1-26, 2011
1912011
Retroviral envelope gene captures and syncytin exaptation for placentation in marsupials
G Cornelis, C Vernochet, Q Carradec, S Souquere, B Mulot, F Catzeflis, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (5), E487-E496, 2015
1242015
Genome of the Tasmanian tiger provides insights into the evolution and demography of an extinct marsupial carnivore
CY Feigin, AH Newton, L Doronina, J Schmitz, CA Hipsley, KJ Mitchell, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 2 (1), 182-192, 2018
612018
The concept of superfetation: a critical review on a ‘myth’in mammalian reproduction
K Roellig, BR Menzies, TB Hildebrandt, F Goeritz
Biological Reviews 86 (1), 77-95, 2011
542011
Limited genetic diversity preceded extinction of the Tasmanian tiger
BR Menzies, MB Renfree, T Heider, F Mayer, TB Hildebrandt, AJ Pask
PloS one 7 (4), e35433, 2012
292012
Perturbed growth and development in marsupial young after reciprocal cross-fostering between species
BR Menzies, G Shaw, TP Fletcher, MB Renfree
Reproduction, Fertility and Development 19 (8), 976-983, 2007
282007
Placental expression of pituitary hormones is an ancestral feature of therian mammals
BR Menzies, AJ Pask, MB Renfree
Evodevo 2 (1), 1-9, 2011
232011
The basal radial glia occurs in marsupials and underlies the evolution of an expanded neocortex in therian mammals
C Sauerland, BR Menzies, M Glatzle, J Seeger, MB Renfree, SA Fietz
Cerebral Cortex 28 (1), 145-157, 2018
172018
Maturation of the growth axis in marsupials occurs gradually during post-natal life and over an equivalent developmental stage relative to eutherian species
BR Menzies, G Shaw, TP Fletcher, AJ Pask, MB Renfree
Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology 349 (2), 189-194, 2012
132012
Ultrasonography of wallaby prenatal development shows that the climb to the pouch begins in utero
B Drews, K Roellig, BR Menzies, G Shaw, I Buentjen, CA Herbert, ...
Scientific reports 3 (1), 1-8, 2013
122013
Early onset of ghrelin production in a marsupial
BR Menzies, G Shaw, TP Fletcher, MB Renfree
Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology 299 (2), 266-273, 2009
102009
Growth axis maturation is linked to nutrition, growth and developmental rate
JA Hetz, BR Menzies, G Shaw, A Rao, IJ Clarke, MB Renfree
Molecular and cellular endocrinology 411, 38-48, 2015
72015
Exon 3 of the growth hormone receptor (GH-R) is specific to eutherian mammals
BR Menzies, G Shaw, TP Fletcher, AJ Pask, MB Renfree
Molecular and cellular endocrinology 296 (1-2), 64-68, 2008
72008
Unique reproductive strategy in the swamp wallaby
BR Menzies, TB Hildebrandt, MB Renfree
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (11), 5938-5942, 2020
62020
In vivo tissue sampling of embryonic resorption sites using ultrasound guided biopsy
K Schroeder, B Drews, K Roellig, BR Menzies, F Goeritz, TB Hildebrandt
Theriogenology 76 (4), 778-784, 2011
62011
Characterisation of major histocompatibility complex class I genes at the fetal-maternal interface of marsupials
I Buentjen, B Drews, SR Frankenberg, TB Hildebrandt, MB Renfree, ...
Immunogenetics 67 (7), 385-393, 2015
52015
Effects of nutritional manipulation on body composition in the developing marsupial, Macropus eugenii
JA Hetz, BR Menzies, G Shaw, A Stefanidis, MA Cowley, MB Renfree
Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology 428, 148-160, 2016
42016
The tammar wallaby: a non-traditional animal model to study growth axis maturation
JA Hetz, BR Menzies, G Shaw, MB Renfree
Reproduction, Fertility and Development 31 (7), 1276-1288, 2019
2019
Plasma growth hormone decline during early mammalian development is the result of expanding blood volume
BR Menzies, J Hetz, A Rao, I Clarke, G Shaw, MB Renfree
Reproduction Abstracts 1, 2014
2014
The Tammar Wallaby: A Model Organism for Fetal-Stage Growth Manipulation
R Brandon
International Journal of Evolution, 2013
2013
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