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Johnson, Michelle; Saffrey, M. J. and Taylor, V. J. (2016). Hyperphagia of pregnancy and lactation is associated with changes in appetite-regulating hormones and gastrointestinal modifications in Wistar rats. In: Annual Meetings of the Endocrine Society of Australia and Society for Reproductive Biology and Australia and New Zealand Bone and Mineral Society 2016, 21-24 Aug 2016, Gold Coast, Australia.

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Johnson, M. L.; Taylor, V. J.; Ranson, R. N. and Saffrey, M. J. (2014). Changes in appetite hormone-producing enteroendocrine cells in the C57BL/6 mouse stomach during ageing. In: Conference abstracts of British Society for Research on Ageing 64th Annual Scientific meeting. 'Exercise, Activity and Ageing Mechanisms', article no. 32.

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Johnson, Michelle; Saffrey, Jill and Taylor, Victoria (2013). Gastrointestinal changes during lactation are further altered by litter size in Wistar rats. In: The Society for Reproduction and Fertility Annual Meeting 2013, 11-13 Jul 2013, Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge.

Johnson, Michelle; Saffrey, Jill and Taylor, Victoria (2013). Increased glucagon-like peptide-1 concentration in rat descending colon during proestrus is associated with decreased food intake at estrus. In: SSR's 46th Annual Meeting Reproductive Health: Nano to Global, 22-26 Jul 2013, Montréal, Québec, Canada, pp. 150–151.

Johnson, Michelle; Saffrey, Jill and Taylor, Victoria (2013). Changes in appetite hormones and gut tissue architecture during the rat reproductive cycle, pregnancy and lactation. In: Programming obesity: central and peripheral contributors, 14-16 Apr 2013, Cambridge, UK.

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