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BANY

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Publications 

  1. Bany BM, Kennedy TG.  Regulation by epidermal growth factor of prostaglandin production and cylooxygenase activity in sensitized rat endometrial stromal cells in vitro. Journal of  Reproduction and Fertility 1995; 104:57-62.
  2. Bany BM, Kennedy TG.  IL-1 a regulates prostaglandin production and cylooxygenase activity in sensitized rat endometrial stromal cells in vitro.  Biology of Reproduction 1995; 53:126-132.
  3. Tummon I, Bany B, Martin J.  Assisted reproductive technologies, endometriosis and decision making.  In: Endometriosis Today: Advances in Research and Practice.  Eds. Minaguchi  H & Sugimoto O.  Parthenon Publishing Group, Casterton Hall, UK, 1997.
  4. Bany BM, Kennedy TG. Regulation of cyclooxygenase gene expression in rat endometrial stromal cells: the role of epidermal growth factor. Developmental Genetics 1997; 21:109-115.
  5. Tummon IS, Skinner KA, Sharma A, Tekpetey FR, Bany BM, Martin JSB.  Success, safety and single sperm: intracytoplasmic sperm injection today. Journal of the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada, Jan 1997.
  6. Bany BM, Zhang Z, Kennedy TG. Regulation of plasminogen activator in rat endometrial stromal cells: the role of epidermal growth factor.  Molecular Reproduction and Development 1998;  50:63-69.
  7. Tummon IS, Martin JS, Bany B. Chapter 61: Assisted reproductive technologies, endometriosis and decision making, in Endometriosis Today: Advances in Research and Practice, Edited by H. Minaguchi and O. Sugimoto. Parthenon Publishing, Lancashire, United Kingdom ISBN: 1-85070-901-7, pp 461-65, 1997
  8. Bany BM, Zhang X, Kennedy TG. Effects of epidermal growth factor and interleukin-1 a on plasminogen activator secretion and decidualization in rat endometrial stromal cells. Biology of Reproduction 1998; 59:131-135.
  9. Bany BM, Kennedy TG. Role of interleukin 1 in the regulation of cyclooxygenase gene expression in rat endometrial stromal cells. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility 1999: 115:125-131.
  10. Tummon I, Stemp J, Rose C, Vandenberghe H, Bany B, Tekpetey F, Martin J. Precision and method bias of two assays for oestradiol: consequences for decisions in assisted reproduction. Human Reproduction 1999; 14:1175-1177. (Analyzed the data, prepared some of the figures)
  11. Bany BM, Schultz GA, Kennedy TG. Regulation of cytosolic phospholipase A2 in rat endometrial stromal cells: the role of epidermal growth factor. Molecular Reproduction and Development 1999; 52:335-340.
  12. Bany BM, Harvey MB, Schultz GA. Expression of matrix-metalloproteinase-2 and -9 in the mouse uterus during implantation and oil-induced decidualization. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility 2000; 120:125-134.
  13. Bany BM, Schultz GA. Increased expression of a novel heat shock protein transcript in the mouse uterus during decidualization and in response to progesterone. Biology of Reproduction 2001; 64:284-292.
  14. Bany BM, Schultz GA. Increased level of pleiotrophin messenger ribonucleic acid in the mouse uterus during implantation and artificially-induced decidualization. Endocrinology 2001; 142:955-958.
  15. Bany BM, Schultz GA. Tissue inhibitor of matrix metalloproteinase expression in the mouse uterus during implantation and artificially-induced decidualization. Molecular Reproduction and Development 2001; 59:159-167.
  16. Austin KJ, Bany BM, Cross JC, Hansen TR. Interferon-stimulated gene-15 (Isg15) expression is upregulated in the mouse uterus in response to the implanting conceptus. Endocrinology 2003; 144:3107-13.
  17. Kopjas N, Jones R, Bany BM, Patrylo P. Reeler mutant mice exhibit seizures following isoflurane-induced anesthesia. Epilepsy Research 2006: 144(7):3107-13
  18. Bany BM, Cross JC. Post-implantation mouse conceptuses produce paracrine signals that regulate the uterine endometrium during implantation. Developmental Biology 2006; 294(2):445-56.
  19. Herington J, Bany BM. Effect of the conceptus on uterine natural killer cell numbers and function in the mouse uterus during decidualization. Biology of Reproduction 2007;76(4):579-588
  20. Herington J, Bany BM. The conceptus increases secreted phosphoprotein 1 gene expression in the mouse uterus during the progression of decidualization mainly due to its effects on uterine natural killer cells. Reproduction 2007; 133:1213–1221.
  21. Herington J, Bi J, Martin J, Bany BM. Beta-catenin (CTNNB1) localization in the mouse uterus during decidualization and the potential role of two pathways regulating its degradation. Journal of Histochemistry and Cytochemistry 2007; 55:963-974.
  22. Hayashi K, Erikson DW, Tilford SA, Bany BM, Maclean JA, Rucker EB, Johnson GA, Spencer TE. Wnt genes in the mouse uterus: potential regulation of implantation. Biology of Reproduction 2009; 80:989-1000.
  23. Herington J, Underwood T, McConaha M, Bany BM. Paracrine signals from the mouse conceptus are not required for the normal progression of decidualization. Endocrinology 2009; 150(9):4404-13.
  24. Herington J, Bany BM. Do Molecular Signals from the Conceptus Influence Endometrium Decidualization in Rodents? J Experimental Zoology 2009; 312B: 797-816.
  25. McConaha ME, Eckstrum K, An J, Steinle JJ, Bany BM. Microarray Assessment of the Influence of the Conceptus on Gene Expression in the Mouse Uterus During Decidualization. Reproduction. 2011 Apr;141(4):511-27.
  1. Ecksrum K, Bany BM. The tumour necrosis factor subfamily 9 (Tnfrsf9) gene is expressed in distinct cell populations in the mouse uterus and conceptus during the implantation period of pregnancy. Cell Tissue Res. 2011
  2. Doan H, Bany BM. Evidence for a Conserved Function of Heart- and Neural Crest Derivatives-Expressed Transcript 2 (Hand2) in Mouse and Human Decidualization. Reproduction. 2011  142:369–375.
  3. Bany BM and Hamilton GS. Assessment of Permeability Barriers to Macromolecules in the Rodent Endometrium at the Onset of Implantation. In: Permeability Barriers, Methods in Molecular Biology 2011 763:83-94.
  4. Scott CA, Eckstrum KS, Bany BM. Localization of c-fos-induced growth factor (Figf) mRNA expression in the mouse uterus during implantation. Reproductive Sys Sexual Disord 2011, S:1 (http://dx.doi.org/10.4172/2161-038X.S1-003)
  5. Yin Y, Lin C, Sawalha D, Bany BM, Ma L. Molecular Analysis of Implantation Defects in  Homeobox A10 (Hoxa10)-Deficient Mice. Reproductive Sys Sexual Disord 2011, S:1(http://dx.doi.org/10.4172/2161-038X.S1-001)
  6. Bany BM, Scott CA, Ekstrum K. Analysis of uterine gene expression in interleukin-15 knockout mice reveals uterine natural killer cells do not play a major role in decidualization and associated angiogenesis. Reproduction 2012 143:359-375.
  7. Bany BM, Torry D. The conceptus regulates maternal blood pressure during early pregnancy. Biology of Reproduction 2012 86:61. (Commentary)
  8. Scott CA, Huyen VD and Bany BM. Angiopoietin-like  gene expression in the mouse uterus during implantation and in response to steroids. Cell and Tissue Research 2012 348:199-211
  9. Bany BM. Genome wide analyses of the mouse deciduoma, Pages 297-307 In: The Guide for Investigations of Mouse Pregnancy, 1st Edition, Edited by: Croy BA,  Yamada A, Adamson L and DeMayo F, Academic Press, 2014.
  10. Bany BM. Pseudopregnant bead-induced mouse deciduoma model, Pages 499-503. In: The Guide for Investigations of Mouse Pregnancy, 1st Edition, Edited by: Croy BA,  Yamada A, Adamson L and DeMayo F, Academic Press, 2014.
  11. Bany BM, Simmons DG. Non-radioactive in situ hybridization: optimization for tissue sections from pregnant uteri and placenta during the first half of pregnancy, Pages 591-603. In: The Guide for Investigations of Mouse Pregnancy, 1st Edition, Edited by: Croy BA,  Yamada A, Adamson L and DeMayo F, Academic Press, 2014.