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Vertebrate reproductive science and technology
RESEARCH ARTICLE

Recipient of the 2018 IETS Pioneer Award: David Thomas Armstrong, BSA, MSc, PhD

Reproduction, Fertility and Development 30(1) xxii-xxiv https://doi.org/10.1071/RDv30n1_PA2
Published: 4 December 2017


References

Albuz, F. K., Sasseville, M., Lane, M., Armstrong, D. T., Thompson, J. G., and Gilchrist, R. B. (2010). Simulated physiological oocyte maturation (SPOM): a novel in vitro maturation system that substantially improves embryo yield and pregnancy outcomes. Hum. Reprod. 25, 2999–3011.
Simulated physiological oocyte maturation (SPOM): a novel in vitro maturation system that substantially improves embryo yield and pregnancy outcomes.CrossRef |

Armstrong, D. T. (1963). Stimulation of glycolytic activity of rat corpus luteum tissue by luteinizing hormone. Endocrinology 72, 908–913.
Stimulation of glycolytic activity of rat corpus luteum tissue by luteinizing hormone.CrossRef |

Armstrong, D. T. (1967). On the site of action of luteinizing hormone. Nature 213, 633–634.
On the site of action of luteinizing hormone.CrossRef |

Armstrong, D. T. (1980). Prostaglandins and follicular functions. J. Reprod. Fertil. 62, 283–291.
Prostaglandins and follicular functions.CrossRef |

Armstrong, D. T., and Dorrington, J. H. (1976). Androgens augment FSH-induced progesterone secretion by cultured rat granulosa cells. Endocrinology 99, 1411–1414.
Androgens augment FSH-induced progesterone secretion by cultured rat granulosa cells.CrossRef |

Armstrong, D. T., and Greep, R. O. (1962). Effect of gonadotrophic hormones on glucose metabolism by luteinized rat ovaries. Endocrinology 70, 701–710.
Effect of gonadotrophic hormones on glucose metabolism by luteinized rat ovaries.CrossRef |

Armstrong, D. T., and Grinwich, D. L. (1972). Blockade of spontaneous and LH-induced ovulation in rats by indomethacin, an inhibitor of prostaglandin biosynthesis. Prostaglandins 1, 21–28.
Blockade of spontaneous and LH-induced ovulation in rats by indomethacin, an inhibitor of prostaglandin biosynthesis.CrossRef |

Armstrong, D. T., and Hansel, W. (1959). Alteration of the bovine estrous cycle with oxytocin. J. Dairy Sci. 42, 533–542.
Alteration of the bovine estrous cycle with oxytocin.CrossRef |

Armstrong, D. T., and Papkoff, H. (1976). Stimulation of aromatization of exogenous and endogenous androgens in ovaries of hypophysectomized rats in vivo by follicle-stimulating hormone. Endocrinology 99, 1144–1151.
Stimulation of aromatization of exogenous and endogenous androgens in ovaries of hypophysectomized rats in vivo by follicle-stimulating hormone.CrossRef |

Armstrong, D. T., Kilpatrick, R., and Greep, R. O. (1963). In vitro and in vivo stimulation by glycolysis in prepubertal rat ovary by luteinizing hormone. Endocrinology 73, 165–169.
In vitro and in vivo stimulation by glycolysis in prepubertal rat ovary by luteinizing hormone.CrossRef |

Armstrong, D. T., O’Brien, J., and Greep, R. O. (1964). Effects of luteinizing hormone on progestin biosynthesis in the luteinized rat ovary. Endocrinology 75, 488–500.
Effects of luteinizing hormone on progestin biosynthesis in the luteinized rat ovary.CrossRef |

Behrman, H. R., and Armstrong, D. T. (1969). Cholesterol esterase stimulation by luteinizing hormone in luteinized rat ovaries. Endocrinology 85, 474–480.
Cholesterol esterase stimulation by luteinizing hormone in luteinized rat ovaries.CrossRef |

Behrman, H. R., Armstrong, D. T., and Greep, R. O. (1970). Studies on the rapid cholesterol-depleting and steroidogenic actions of luteinizing hormone in the rat ovary: Effects of aminoglutethimide phosphate. Can. J. Biochem. 48, 881–884.
Studies on the rapid cholesterol-depleting and steroidogenic actions of luteinizing hormone in the rat ovary: Effects of aminoglutethimide phosphate.CrossRef |

Daniel, S. A. J., and Armstrong, D. T. (1980). Enhancement of follicle-stimulating hormone-induced aromatase activity by androgens in cultured rat granulosa cells. Endocrinology 107, 1027–1033.
Enhancement of follicle-stimulating hormone-induced aromatase activity by androgens in cultured rat granulosa cells.CrossRef |

Dorrington, J. H., and Armstrong, D. T. (1975). Follicle-stimulating hormone stimulates estradiol-17β synthesis in cultured Sertoli cells. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 72, 2677–2681.
Follicle-stimulating hormone stimulates estradiol-17β synthesis in cultured Sertoli cells.CrossRef |

Dorrington, J. H., Moon, Y. S., and Armstrong, D. T. (1975). Estradiol-17β biosynthesis in cultured granulosa cells from hypophysectomized immature rats: Stimulation by follicle-stimulating hormone. Endocrinology 97, 1328–1331.
Estradiol-17β biosynthesis in cultured granulosa cells from hypophysectomized immature rats: Stimulation by follicle-stimulating hormone.CrossRef |

Evans, G., and Armstrong, D. T. (1984). Reduction in fertilization rate in vitro of oocytes from immature rats induced to superovulate. J. Reprod. Fertil. 70, 131–135.
Reduction in fertilization rate in vitro of oocytes from immature rats induced to superovulate.CrossRef |

Flint, A. P. F., and Armstrong, D. T. (1971). Intracellular localization of cholesterol side chain cleavage enzyme in corpora lutea of cow and rat. Nat. New. Biol. 231, 60–61.

Flint, A. P. F., and Armstrong, D. T. (1972). Dynamic aspects of ovarian cholesterol metabolism: regulation by gonadotropins. In ‘Gonadotropins’. (Eds B. B. Saxena, C. G. Beling and H. M. Gandy.) pp. 269–286. (John Wiley & Sons, Inc: New York.)

Fortune, J. E., and Armstrong, D. T. (1977). Androgen production by theca and granulosa isolated from proestrous rat follicles. Endocrinology 100, 1341–1347.
Androgen production by theca and granulosa isolated from proestrous rat follicles.CrossRef |

Gandolfi, F., Milanesi, E., Pocar, P., Luciano, A. M., Brevini, T. A. L., Acocella, F., Lauria, A., and Armstrong, D. T. (1998). Comparative analysis of calf and cow oocytes during in vitro maturation. Mol. Reprod. Dev. 49, 168–175.
Comparative analysis of calf and cow oocytes during in vitro maturation.CrossRef |

Gilchrist, R. B., Ritter, L. J., and Armstrong, D. T. (2004). Oocyte-somatic cell interactions during follicle development. Anim. Reprod. Sci. 82–83, 431–446.
Oocyte-somatic cell interactions during follicle development.CrossRef |

Grinwich, D. L., Kennedy, T. G., and Armstrong, D. T. (1972). Dissociation of ovulatory and steroidogenic actions of luteinizing hormone in rabbits with indomethacin, an inhibitor of prostaglandin biosynthesis. Prostaglandins 1, 89–96.
Dissociation of ovulatory and steroidogenic actions of luteinizing hormone in rabbits with indomethacin, an inhibitor of prostaglandin biosynthesis.CrossRef |

Grupen, C. G., Gilchrist, R. B., Nayudu, P. L., Barry, M. F., Schulz, S. J., Ritter, L. J., and Armstrong, D. T. (2007). Effects of ovarian stimulation with and without human chorionic gonadotrophin on oocyte meiotic and developmental competence in the marmoset monkey (Callithrix jacchus). Theriogenology 68, 861–872.
Effects of ovarian stimulation with and without human chorionic gonadotrophin on oocyte meiotic and developmental competence in the marmoset monkey (Callithrix jacchus).CrossRef |

Jackanicz, T. M., and Armstrong, D. T. (1968). Progesterone biosynthesis in rabbit ovarian interstitial tissue mitochondria. Endocrinology 83, 769–776.
Progesterone biosynthesis in rabbit ovarian interstitial tissue mitochondria.CrossRef |

Kilpatrick, R., Armstrong, D. T., and Greep, R. O. (1964). Maintenance of the corpus luteum by gonadotrophins in the hypophysectomised rabbit. Endocrinology 74, 453–461.
Maintenance of the corpus luteum by gonadotrophins in the hypophysectomised rabbit.CrossRef |

Leung, P. C. K., Goff, A. K., and Armstrong, D. T. (1979a). Stimulatory action of androgen administration in vivo on ovarian responsiveness to gonadotropins. Endocrinology 104, 1119–1123.
Stimulatory action of androgen administration in vivo on ovarian responsiveness to gonadotropins.CrossRef |

Leung, P. C. K., Henderson, K. M., and Armstrong, D. T. (1979b). Interactions of estrogen and androgen with gonadotropins on ovarian progesterone production. Biol. Reprod. 20, 713–718.
Interactions of estrogen and androgen with gonadotropins on ovarian progesterone production.CrossRef |

Major, P. W., Armstrong, D. T., and Greep, R. O. (1967). Effects of luteinizing hormone in vivo and in vitro on cholesterol conversion to progestins in rat corpus luteum tissue. Endocrinology 81, 19–28.
Effects of luteinizing hormone in vivo and in vitro on cholesterol conversion to progestins in rat corpus luteum tissue.CrossRef |

Pacella, L., Zander-Fox, D. L., Armstrong, D. T., and Lane, M. (2012). Women with reduced ovarian reserve or advanced maternal age have an altered follicular environment. Fertil. Steril. 98, 986–994.e2.
Women with reduced ovarian reserve or advanced maternal age have an altered follicular environment.CrossRef |

Robinson, J., Stevenson, P. M., Boyd, G. S., and Armstrong, D. T. (1975). Acute in vivo effects of hCG and LH on ovarian mitochondrial cholesterol utilization. Mol. Cell. Endocrinol. 2, 149–155.
Acute in vivo effects of hCG and LH on ovarian mitochondrial cholesterol utilization.CrossRef |

Solod, E. A., Armstrong, D. T., and Greep, R. O. (1966). Action of luteinizing hormone on conversion of ovarian cholesterol stores to steroids secreted in vivo and synthesized in vitro by the pseudopregnant rabbit ovary. Steroids 7, 607–620.
Action of luteinizing hormone on conversion of ovarian cholesterol stores to steroids secreted in vivo and synthesized in vitro by the pseudopregnant rabbit ovary.CrossRef |

Tsang, B. K., Moon, Y. S., Simpson, C. W., and Armstrong, D. T. (1979). Androgen biosynthesis in human ovarian follicles: cellular source, gonadotrophic control and adenosine-3′, 5′-monophosphate mediation. J. Clin. Endocrinol. Metab. 48, 153–158.
Androgen biosynthesis in human ovarian follicles: cellular source, gonadotrophic control and adenosine-3′, 5′-monophosphate mediation.CrossRef |

Vanderhyden, B. C., and Armstrong, D. T. (1989). Role of cumulus cells and serum on the in vitro maturation, fertilization and subsequent development of rat oocytes. Biol. Reprod. 40, 720–728.
Role of cumulus cells and serum on the in vitro maturation, fertilization and subsequent development of rat oocytes.CrossRef |

Watson, A. J., Watson, P. H., Arcellana-Panlilio, M., Warnes, D., Walker, S. K., Schultz, G. A., Armstrong, D. T., and Seamark, R. F. (1994). A growth factor phenotype map for ovine preimplantation development. Biol. Reprod. 50, 725–733.
A growth factor phenotype map for ovine preimplantation development.CrossRef |

Winger, Q. A., de los Rios, P., Han, V. K. M., Armstrong, D. T., Hill, D. J., and Watson, A. J. (1997). Bovine oviductal and embryonic insulin-like growth factor binding proteins: possible regulators of embryotrophic insulin-like growth factor circuits. Biol. Reprod. 56, 1415–1423.
Bovine oviductal and embryonic insulin-like growth factor binding proteins: possible regulators of embryotrophic insulin-like growth factor circuits.CrossRef |

Xia, P., Tekpety, F., and Armstrong, D. T. (1994). Effect of IGF-I on pig oocyte maturation, fertilization and early embryonic development in vitro and on granulosa and cumulus cell biosynthetic activity. Mol. Reprod. Dev. 38, 373–379.
Effect of IGF-I on pig oocyte maturation, fertilization and early embryonic development in vitro and on granulosa and cumulus cell biosynthetic activity.CrossRef |

Zhang, X., Kidder, G. M., Watson, A. J., Schultz, G. A., and Armstrong, D. T. (1994). Possible roles of insulin and insulin-like growth factors in rat preimplantation development-investigation of gene expression by reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction. J. Reprod. Fertil. 100, 375–380.
Possible roles of insulin and insulin-like growth factors in rat preimplantation development-investigation of gene expression by reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction.CrossRef |


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