Allan A Pacey
Allan A Pacey
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Sperm transport in the female reproductive tract
SS Suarez, AA Pacey
Human reproduction update 12 (1), 23-37, 2006
Can Chlamydia trachomatis directly damage your sperm?
A Eley, AA Pacey, M Galdiero, M Galdiero, F Galdiero
The Lancet infectious diseases 5 (1), 53-57, 2005
Time‐lapse systems for embryo incubation and assessment in assisted reproduction
S Armstrong, P Bhide, V Jordan, A Pacey, J Marjoribanks, C Farquhar
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2019
The evolutionary ecology of pre-and post-meiotic sperm senescence
T Pizzari, R Dean, A Pacey, H Moore, MB Bonsall
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 23 (3), 131-140, 2008
Apoptosis of ejaculated human sperm is induced by co-incubation with Chlamydia trachomatis lipopolysaccharide
A Eley, S Hosseinzadeh, H Hakimi, I Geary, AA Pacey
Human Reproduction 20 (9), 2601-2607, 2005
Co-incubation of human spermatozoa with Chlamydia trachomatis serovar E causes premature sperm death
S Hosseinzadeh, IA Brewis, A Eley, AA Pacey
Human Reproduction 16 (2), 293-299, 2001
Cross-border reproductive care: a review of the literature
N Hudson, L Culley, E Blyth, W Norton, F Rapport, A Pacey
Reproductive Biomedicine Online 22 (7), 673-685, 2011
Semen quality of men with asymptomatic chlamydial infection
S Hosseinzadeh, A Eley, AA Pacey
Journal of andrology 25 (1), 104, 2004
Crossing borders for fertility treatment: motivations, destinations and outcomes of UK fertility travellers
L Culley, N Hudson, F Rapport, E Blyth, W Norton, AA Pacey
Human reproduction 26 (9), 2373-2381, 2011
Hydrodynamic propulsion of human sperm
EA Gillies, RM Cannon, RB Green, AA Pacey
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 625, 445-474, 2009
Chlamydia trachomatis-induced death of human spermatozoa is caused primarily by lipopolysaccharide
S Hosseinzadeh, AA Pacey, A Eley
Journal of medical microbiology 52 (3), 193-200, 2003
Physiological and environmental control of reproduction in polychaetes
MG Bentley, AA Pacey
Oceanography and Marine Biology: An Annual Review, 1992
Hyperactivation may assist human spermatozoa to detach from intimate association with the endosalpinx
AA Pacey, N Davies, MA Warren, CLR Barratt, LD Cooke
Human reproduction 10 (10), 2603-2609, 1995
Impact of Chlamydia trachomatis in the reproductive setting: British Fertility Society Guidelines for practice
V Akande, C Turner, P Horner, A Horne, A Pacey, British Fertility Society
Human Fertility 13 (3), 115-125, 2010
Andrology: The interaction in vitro of human spermatozoa with epithelial cells from the human uterine (Fallopian) tube
AA Pacey, CJ Hill, IW Scudamore, MA Warren, CLR Barratt, ID Cooke
Human Reproduction 10 (2), 360-366, 1995
Occupation and male infertility: glycol ethers and other exposures
N Cherry, H Moore, R McNamee, A Pacey, G Burgess, JA Clyma, ...
Occupational and environmental medicine 65 (10), 708-714, 2008
Lack of compliance by UK andrology laboratories with World Health Organization recommendations for sperm morphology assessment
D Riddell, A Pacey, K Whittington
Human reproduction 20 (12), 3441-3445, 2005
Modifiable and non-modifiable risk factors for poor semen quality: a case-referent study
AC Povey, JA Clyma, R McNamee, HD Moore, H Baillie, AA Pacey, ...
Human reproduction 27 (9), 2799-2806, 2012
Greater numbers of human spermatozoa associate with endosalpingeal cells derived from the isthmus compared with those from the ampulla.
HS Baillie, AA Pacey, MA Warren, IW Scudamore, CL Barratt
Human reproduction (Oxford, England) 12 (9), 1985-1992, 1997
Infectivity of Chlamydia trachomatisSerovar LGV but Not E Is Dependent on Host Cell Heparan Sulfate
M Taraktchoglou, AA Pacey, JE Turnbull, A Eley
Infection and immunity 69 (2), 968-976, 2001
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