Petra L Wale
Petra L Wale
University of Melbourne, Monash University
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Glucose consumption of single post-compaction human embryos is predictive of embryo sex and live birth outcome
DK Gardner, PL Wale, R Collins, M Lane
Human reproduction 26 (8), 1981-1986, 2011
1862011
The effects of chemical and physical factors on mammalian embryo culture and their importance for the practice of assisted human reproduction
PL Wale, DK Gardner
Human reproduction update 22 (1), 2-22, 2016
1802016
Time-lapse analysis of mouse embryo development in oxygen gradients
PL Wale, DK Gardner
Reproductive biomedicine online 21 (3), 402-410, 2010
1462010
Analysis of metabolism to select viable human embryos for transfer
DK Gardner, PL Wale
Fertility and sterility 99 (4), 1062-1072, 2013
1182013
Oxygen regulates amino acid turnover and carbohydrate uptake during the preimplantation period of mouse embryo development
PL Wale, DK Gardner
Biology of reproduction 87 (1), 24, 1-8, 2012
1102012
Is aneuploidy screening for patients aged 35 or over beneficial? A prospective randomized trial
J Stevens, P Wale, ES Surrey, WB Schoolcraft, DK Gardner
Fertility and Sterility 82, S249, 2004
822004
Oxygen affects the ability of mouse blastocysts to regulate ammonium
PL Wale, DK Gardner
Biology of Reproduction 89 (3), 75, 1-10, 2013
572013
O-042 Glucose consumption by human embryos on day 4 and day 5 is predictive of pregnancy and sex
DK Gardner, PL Wale, R Collins, M Lane
Human Reproduction 26 (suppl_1), 2011
32011
P-200 Oxygen regulates amino acid utilisation by the preimplantation mouse embryo
PL Wale, DK Gardner
Human Reproduction 26 (suppl_1), 2011
12011
Laser biopsy of day 3 embryos yields higher implantation rate than biopsy with acidic tyrodes
J Stevens, P Wale, A Fernandez, S Munne, DK Gardner, WB Schoolcraft
Fertility and Sterility 84, S378, 2005
12005
Early cleavage, embryo cell number and embryo quality (sequential assessment) of the human cleavage stage embryo are associated with high rates of blastocyst development
KL Douglas, P Wale, J Stevens, WB Schoolcraft, DK Gardner
Fertility and Sterility 84, S295, 2005
12005
Session 08–Exchange Lectures: Comparison of rehydration protocols for human frozen embryos
P Wale, H Jericho, DH Edgar
Human Reproduction 19, 2004
12004
Does culture in a time-lapse incubator improve blastocyst outcomes?
PL Wale, DH Edgar
Fertility and Sterility 102 (3), e212, 2014
2014
Time-lapse imaging demonstrates that human embryos undergoing Nuclear Envelope Breakdown (NEBD) within an optimal time range exhibit enhanced developmental potential
DH Edgar, PL Wale
HUMAN REPRODUCTION 29, 144-145, 2014
2014
Role of oxygen in regulating embryo viability
PL Wale
2013
INVITED SESSION, SESSION 10: FSA EXCHANGE LECTURE, Monday 4 July 2011 11: 45-12: 15
DK Gardner, PL Wale, R Collins, M Lane
Human Reproduction 26 (suppl_1), i18-i18, 2011
2011
Glucose Consumption by Human Embryos on Day 4 and Day 5 is Predictive of Pregnancy and Sex
DK Gardner, PL Wale, R Collins, M Lane
AUSTRALIAN & NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY 50, 7-7, 2010
2010
174. ATMOSPHERIC OXYGEN ALTERS THE EMBRYONIC METABOLOME AS QUANTIFIED BY CARBOHYDRATE UPTAKE AND AMINO ACID UTILISATION
PL Wale, DK Gardner
Reproduction, Fertility and Development 22 (9), 92-92, 2010
2010
The use of time-lapse microscopy to investigate the impact of an oxygen gradient on embryo development
PL Wale, DK Gardner
Fertility and Sterility 92 (3), S24-S25, 2009
2009
P▪ 26 Preimplantation genetic screening success is dependent on the true representation of the biopsied material to the embryo▪ s chromosomal complement
P Wale, B Lunt, T Callaghan, J Stevens, DK Gardner, WB Schoolcraft, ...
Reproductive BioMedicine Online 10, 40, 2005
2005
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