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Jackie Maybin

Senior Clinical Research Fellow in Obstetrics & Gynaecology

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  2. A novel role for hypoxia and prostaglandin F2 alpha in the regulation of adrenomedullin during endometrial repair

    Maybin, J. A., Battersby, S., Hirani, N., Critchley, H. O. D. & Jabbour, H. N., Jun 2010, In : Human Reproduction. 25, p. I26-I26 1 p.

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  3. Cortisol regulates the paracrine action of macrophages by inducing vasoactive gene expression in endometrial cells

    Thiruchelvam, U., Maybin, J. A., Armstrong, G. M., Greaves, E., Saunders, P. T. K. & Critchley, H. O. D., Jun 2016, In : Journal of Leukocyte Biology. 99, 6, p. 440-448

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  4. Endometrial apoptosis and neutrophil infiltration during menstruation exhibits spatial and temporal dynamics that are recapitulated in a mouse model.

    Armstrong, G. M., Maybin, J. A., Murray, A. A., Nicol, M., Walker, C., Saunders, P. T. K., Rossi, A. G. & Critchley, H. O. D., 12 Dec 2017, In : Scientific Reports. 7, 174116.

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  5. Hypoxia and hypoxia inducible factor-1α are required for normal endometrial repair during menstruation

    Maybin, J. A., Murray, A. A., Saunders, P. T. K., Hirani, N., Carmeliet, P. & Critchley, H. O. D., 23 Jan 2018, In : Nature Communications. 9, 13 p., 295.

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  6. Hypoxia: an Initiator of Tissue Remodelling at Menstruation

    Maybin, J. A., Jabbour, H. N., Hirani, N. & Critchley, H. O. D., Apr 2010, In : BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 117, 5, p. 625-625 1 p.

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  7. In silico analysis identifies a novel role for androgens in the regulation of human endometrial apoptosis

    Marshall, E., Lowrey, J., MacPherson, S., Maybin, J. A., Collins, F., Critchley, H. O. D. & Saunders, P. T. K., 2011, In : Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism. 96, 11, p. E1746-55

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  8. Inflammatory pathways in endometrial disorders

    Maybin, J. A., Critchley, H. O. D. & Jabbour, H. N., 2011, In : Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology. 335, 1, p. 42-51 10 p.

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  9. Medical management of heavy menstrual bleeding

    Maybin, J. A. & Critchley, H. O., 23 Dec 2015, In : Women's Health. 12, 1, p. 27-34

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  10. Menstrual physiology: implications for endometrial pathology and beyond.

    Maybin, J. & Critchley, H., Dec 2015, In : Human Reproduction Update.

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  11. Molecular and cellular causes of abnormal uterine bleeding of endometrial origin

    Critchley, H. O. D. & Maybin, J. A., 2011, In : Seminars in Reproductive Medicine. 29, 5, p. 400-9 10 p.

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