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C. Bishop, Bogan, R. L., Hennebold, J. D., and Stouffer, R. L., Analysis of microarray data from the macaque corpus luteum; the search for common themes in primate luteal regression, Molecular Human Reproduction, vol. 17361582139149221501944911020465684117121802562804951501283161237342111771019958, no. 32311153216353142512611365822512396181 Suppl Proceedings, pp. 143 - 151, 2011.
W. K. McGee, Bishop, C., Pohl, C. R., Chang, R. J., Marshall, J. C., Pau, F. K., Stouffer, R. L., and Cameron, J. L., Effects of hyperandrogenemia and increased adiposity on reproductive and metabolic parameters in young adult female monkeys, American Journal of Physiology-Endocrinology and Metabolism, vol. 3067982852361195558341818382, no. 11, pp. E1292 - E1304, 2014.
C. Bishop, Hennebold, J. D., and Stouffer, R. L., The effects of luteinizing hormone ablation/replacement versus steroid ablation/replacement on gene expression in the primate corpus luteum, Molecular Human Reproduction, vol. 15231331381492275864795711841419183118123613088451173699013603789696731191148107081010, no. 3228115101116411512566136224639235341191985, pp. 181 - 193, 2009.
W. K. McGee, Bishop, C., Bahar, A., Pohl, C. R., Chang, R. J., Marshall, J. C., Pau, F. K., Stouffer, R. L., and Cameron, J. L., Elevated androgens during puberty in female rhesus monkeys lead to increased neuronal drive to the reproductive axis: a possible component of polycystic ovary syndrome, Human Reproduction, no. 2241117685576631043911528265163691184245161612137513410261216420, pp. 531 - 540, 2012.
J. W. Wright, Pejovic, T., Jurevic, L., Bishop, C., Hobbs, T., and Stouffer, R. L., Ovarian surface epitheliectomy in the non-human primate: continued cyclic ovarian function and limited epithelial replacement, Human Reproduction, vol. 26213221103623712831234791961159128675931215422611301023222912321202336659222229322939023821813151, no. 6331010533312213544213321722416651-23184289111261311211, pp. 1422 - 1430, 2011.