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Publications list

  1. Simintiras CA, Drum JN, Liu H, Ortega MS & Spencer TE
    Uterine lumen fluid is metabolically semi-autonomous
    Communications Biology (March 2022); (5):191
    Research Article
  2. Simintiras CA, Sánchez JM, McDonald M, O’Callaghan E, Aburima A & Lonergan P
    Conceptus metabolomic profiling reveals stage-specific phenotypes leading up to pregnancy recognition in cattle
    Biology of Reproduction (May 2021); 104(5):1022-1033
    Research Article
  3. Simintiras CA, Dhakal P, Ranjit C, Fitzgerald HC, Balboula AZ & Spencer TE
    Capture and metabolomic analysis of the human epithelial organoid secretome
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (March 2021); 118(15):e2026804118
    Research Article
  4. Rodríguez-Alonso B, Maillo V, Acuña OS, López-Úbeda R, Torrecillas A, Simintiras CA, Sturmey RG, Avilés M, Lonergan P & Rizos D
    Pregnancy and oviduct anatomy influence the protein, amino acid, and carbohydrate composition of bovine oviduct fluid
    International Journal of Molecular Science (February 2020); 21(5): 1681
    Research Article
  5. Sanchez JM, Simintiras CA & Lonergan P
    Aspects of embryo-maternal communication in establishment of pregnancy in cattle
    Animal Reproduction (August 2019); 16(3):376-385
    Review Article
  6. Simintiras CA, Sánchez JM, McDonald M & Lonergan P
    The biochemistry surrounding bovine conceptus elongation
    Biology of Reproduction (June 2019); 101(2):328-337
    Research Article
  7. Simintiras CA, Sánchez JM, McDonald M & Lonergan P
    The influence of progesterone on bovine uterine fluid energy, nucleotide, vitamin, cofactor, peptide, and xenobiotic composition during the conceptus elongation-initiation window
    Scientific Reports (May 2019); 9:7716
    Research Article

  8. Simintiras CA, Sánchez JM, McDonald M & Lonergan P
    Progesterone alters the bovine uterine fluid lipidome during the period of elongation
    Reproduction (January 2019); 157(4): 399-411
    Research Article
  9. Simintiras CA, Sánchez JM, McDonald M, Martins T, Binelli M & Lonergan P
    Biochemical characterisation of progesterone-induced alterations in bovine uterine fluid amino acid and carbohydrate composition during the conceptus elongation window
    Biology of Reproduction (November 2018); 100(3): 672-685
    Research Article
  10. Leane S, Herlihy M, Curran F, Kenneally J, Forde N, Simintiras CA, Sturmey RG, Lucy MC, Lonergan P & Butler ST
    The effect of exogenous glucose infusion on early embryonic development in lactating dairy cows
    Journal of Dairy Science (September 2018); 101(12):11285-11296
    Research Article
  11. Fernandez-Fuertes B, Rodriguez-Alonso BA, Sanchez JM, Simintiras CA, Lonergan P & Rizos D
    Looking at the big picture: Understanding how the oviduct’s dialogue with gametes and the embryo shapes reproductive success
    Animal Reproduction (September 2018); 15(1):751-764
    Review Article
  12. Garcia-Herreros M, Simintiras CA & Lonergan P
    Temporally differential protein expression of glycolytic and glycogenic enzymes during in vitro pre-implantation bovine embryo development
    Reproduction, Fertility and Development (March 2018); 30(9):1245-1252
    Research Article | Not open access
  13. Forde N & Simintiras CA
    Embryo-uterine interactions during implantation: Potential sites of interference by environmental toxins
    In: McQueen CA, Comprehensive Toxicology 3rd Edition (January 2018) 4:390-413. Oxford: Elsevier Ltd. ISBN: 987-0-08-100601-6
    Book chapter | Not open access
  14. Bauersachs S, Simintiras CA, Sturmey RG, Krebs S, Bick J, Blum H, Wolf E, Lonergan P & Forde N
    Effect of metabolic status on conceptus-maternal interactions on Day 19 in dairy cattle: II. Effects on the endometrial transcriptome
    Biology of Reproduction (October 2017); 97(3):413-425
    Research Article
  15. Forde N, Simintiras CA, Sturmey RG, Graf A, Wolf E, Blum H & Lonergan P
    Effect of lactation on conceptus-maternal interactions at the initiation of implantation in cattle: I. Effects on conceptus transcriptome
    Biology of Reproduction (September 2017); 97(6):798-809
    Research Article
  16. Simintiras CA & Sturmey RG
    Genistein crosses the bioartificial oviduct and alters secretion composition
    Reproductive Toxicology (August 2017); 71:63-70
    Research Article
  17. Simintiras CA & Forde N
    Understanding the uterine environment in early pregnancy in cattle: How have the ‘-omics’ enhanced our knowledge?
    Animal Reproduction (August 2017); 14(3):538-546
    Review Article
  18. Simintiras CA, Fröhlich T, Sathyapalan T, Arnold G, Ulbrich S, Leese HJ & Sturmey RG.
    Modeling aspects of oviduct fluid formation in vitro
    Reproduction (January 2017); 153(1):23-33
    Research Article
  19. Forde N, Maillo V, O’Agora P, Simintiras CA, Sturmey R, Ealy A, Spencer T, Gutierrez-Adan A, Rizos D & Lonergan P
    Sexually dimorphic gene expression in male and female bovine conceptuses at the initiation of implantation
    Biology of Reproduction (October 2016); 95(2):1-8
    Research Article
  20. Forde N, Simintiras CA, Sturmey RG, Mamo S, Spencer TE, Bazer FW & Lonergan P
    Amino acids in the uterine luminal fluid reflect the temporal changes in transporter expression in the endometrium and conceptus during early pregnancy in cattle
    Plos One (June 2014); 9(6):e100010
    Research Article