Energy balance in pregnancy and lactation/Bibliography

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Potential References:


Obesity in pregnancy: outcomes and econics. Roulands et al. 2010.

The implications of obesity on pregnancy. Rekha and Hollingworth 2009.

Metabolic adaptations in pregnancy and their implications for the availability of substrates to the fetus. E Herrera 2000

Hypothalamic levels of NPY, MCH, and prepro-orexin mRNA during pregnancy and lactation in the rat: role of prolactin. Garcia et al.

Fetal origins of hyperphagia, obesity, and hypertension and postnatal amplification by hypercaloric nutrition.Vickers et al.

Chapter 15 Food intake and leptin during pregnancy and lactation Original Research Article Progress in Brain Research, Volume 133, 2001, Pages 215-227. Louise E. Johnstone, Takashi Higuchi

Pregnancy and lactation in the obese rat: Effects on maternal and pup weights Original Research Article. Rolls & Rowe.

Neuroendocrine mechanisms of change in food intake during pregnancy: A potential role for brain oxytocin Original Research Article Douglas et al. 2007

ENERGY BALANCE DURING PREGNANCY AND LACTATION. The Lancet, Volume 320, Issue 8291, 24 July 1982, Page 219. LindaS. Adair, Ernesto Pollitt

Role and regulation of metabolism in adipose tissue during lactation Review Article. The Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry, Volume 6, Issue 3, March 1995, Pages 120-129. John P. McNamara

Matilda Thornton-Berry 14:55, 2 October 2010 (UTC)


More potential references:


Adjustments in energy expenditure and substrate utilization during late pregnancy and lactation. Butte et al, 1999

Partitioning of Nutrients During Pregnancy and Lactation: A Review of Mechanisms Involving Homeostasis and Homeorhesis. Bauman & Currie. 1980

Programming of hypothalamic neuropeptide gene expression in rats by maternal dietary protein content during pregnancy and lactation. Cripps et al, 2009.

Diet-Induced Obesity in Female Mice Leads to Offspring Hyperphagia, Adiposity, Hypertension, and Insulin Resistance. Sammuelsson et al, 2008

Hormone Interactions Regulating Energy Balance During Pregnancy. Ladyman et al, 2010.

A maternal cafeteria diet during gestation and lactation promotes adiposity and impairs skeletal muscle development and metabolism in rat offspring at weaning. Bayol et al, 2005

Melanin-concentrating hormone directly inhibits GnRH neurons and blocks kisspeptin activation, linking energy balance to reproduction. Wua et al, 2009

Energy requirements during pregnancy and lactation. Butte and King, 2005

Hormonal induction of leptin resistance during pregnancy. Gratton et al, 2007

Lucy Wilkinson 10:47, 9 October 2010 (UTC)