Roger Sturmey
Roger Sturmey
Senior Lecturer of Reproductive Biology, Hull York Medical School
Verified email at hyms.ac.uk - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Energy metabolism in pig oocytes and early embryos
RG Sturmey, HJ Leese
REPRODUCTION-CAMBRIDGE- 126 (2), 197-204, 2003
2392003
Role of fatty acids in energy provision during oocyte maturation and early embryo development
RG Sturmey, A Reis, HJ Leese, TG McEvoy
Reproduction in Domestic Animals 44, 50-58, 2009
2372009
Elevated non-esterified fatty acid concentrations during bovine oocyte maturation compromise early embryo physiology
V Van Hoeck, RG Sturmey, P Bermejo-Alvarez, D Rizos, A Gutierrez-Adan, ...
PloS one 6 (8), e23183, 2011
1782011
Metabolism of the viable mammalian embryo: quietness revisited
HJ Leese, CG Baumann, DR Brison, TG McEvoy, RG Sturmey
Molecular human reproduction 14 (12), 667-672, 2008
1762008
Fluorescence resonance energy transfer analysis of mitochondrial: lipid association in the porcine oocyte
RG Sturmey, PJ O’toole, HJ Leese
Reproduction 132 (6), 829-837, 2006
1602006
Female reproductive tract fluids: composition, mechanism of formation and potential role in the developmental origins of health and disease
HJ Leese, SA Hugentobler, SM Gray, DG Morris, RG Sturmey, SL Whitear, ...
Reproduction, Fertility and Development 20 (1), 1-8, 2007
1362007
The role of fatty acids in oocyte and early embryo development
PJ McKeegan, RG Sturmey
Reproduction, Fertility and Development 24 (1), 59-67, 2011
1202011
DNA damage and metabolic activity in the preimplantation embryo
RG Sturmey, JA Hawkhead, EA Barker, HJ Leese
Human Reproduction 24 (1), 81-91, 2008
972008
Embryo viability and metabolism: obeying the quiet rules
HJ Leese, RG Sturmey, CG Baumann, TG McEvoy
Human Reproduction 22 (12), 3047-3050, 2007
952007
Amino acid metabolism of bovine blastocysts: a biomarker of sex and viability
RG Sturmey, P Bermejo‐Alvarez, A Gutierrez‐Adan, D Rizos, HJ Leese, ...
Molecular Reproduction and Development: Incorporating Gamete Research 77 (3 …, 2010
942010
Oocyte developmental failure in response to elevated nonesterified fatty acid concentrations: mechanistic insights
V Van Hoeck, J Leroy, MA Alvarez, D Rizos, A Gutierrez-Adan, ...
Reproduction 145 (1), 33-44, 2013
912013
Intrafollicular conditions as a major link between maternal metabolism and oocyte quality: a focus on dairy cow fertility
J Leroy, D Rizos, R Sturmey, P Bossaert, A Gutierrez-Adan, V Van Hoeck, ...
Reproduction, Fertility and Development 24 (1), 1-12, 2011
832011
Human embryos from overweight and obese women display phenotypic and metabolic abnormalities
C Leary, HJ Leese, RG Sturmey
Human reproduction 30 (1), 122-132, 2014
732014
Assessing embryo viability by measurement of amino acid turnover
RG Sturmey, DR Brison, HJ Leese
Reproductive biomedicine online 17 (4), 486-496, 2008
712008
Dietary fat supplementation and the consequences for oocyte and embryo quality: hype or significant benefit for dairy cow reproduction?
J Leroy, RG Sturmey, V Van Hoeck, J De Bie, PJ McKeegan, PEJ Bols
Reproduction in domestic animals 49 (3), 353-361, 2014
472014
Amino acids in the uterine luminal fluid reflects the temporal changes in transporter expression in the endometrium and conceptus during early pregnancy in cattle
N Forde, CA Simintiras, R Sturmey, S Mamo, AK Kelly, TE Spencer, ...
PLoS One 9 (6), e100010, 2014
462014
Amino acid metabolism of the porcine blastocyst
PG Humpherson, HJ Leese, RG Sturmey
Theriogenology 64 (8), 1852-1866, 2005
442005
Parallels between embryo and cancer cell metabolism
DG Smith, RG Sturmey
Biochemical Society Transactions 41 (2), 664-669, 2013
392013
A simple approach for COnsumption and RElease (CORE) analysis of metabolic activity in single mammalian embryos
F Guerif, P McKeegan, HJ Leese, RG Sturmey
PloS one 8 (8), e67834, 2013
332013
Variable imprinting of the MEST gene in human preimplantation embryos
JD Huntriss, KE Hemmings, M Hinkins, AJ Rutherford, RG Sturmey, ...
European Journal of Human Genetics 21 (1), 40, 2013
272013
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