Graham J. Burton mainly investigates Placenta, Internal medicine, Endocrinology, Pregnancy and Fetus. His research ties Oxidative stress and Placenta together. Graham J. Burton interconnects Apoptosis, Decidua and Preeclampsia in the investigation of issues within Internal medicine.
His research in Endocrinology intersects with topics in Growth factor, Endoplasmic reticulum, Intrauterine growth restriction and Physiology. His work deals with themes such as Glucose transporter, Gynecology and Endocrine system, which intersect with Pregnancy. As part of one scientific family, Graham J. Burton deals mainly with the area of Fetus, narrowing it down to issues related to the Oxygen tension, and often Metabolism, Homeostasis, Biochemistry, Cellular respiration and Free-radical theory of aging.
His primary areas of investigation include Placenta, Internal medicine, Endocrinology, Fetus and Trophoblast. His Placenta study incorporates themes from Andrology and Cell biology. His Andrology research incorporates elements of Oxygen tension, Immunology, Decidua, First trimester and Endometrium.
His Internal medicine study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Intrauterine growth restriction and Preeclampsia. His Oxidative stress and Hypoxia investigations are all subjects of Endocrinology research. Graham J. Burton focuses mostly in the field of Fetus, narrowing it down to topics relating to Anatomy and, in certain cases, Chorionic villi.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Placenta, Trophoblast, Cell biology, Pregnancy and Placentation. His Placenta study introduces a deeper knowledge of Fetus. Graham J. Burton has included themes like Epithelial–mesenchymal transition, Cell culture, BAP1, Uterus and Syncytiotrophoblast in his Trophoblast study.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Stroma, Angiogenesis and Cellular differentiation. His studies in Pregnancy integrate themes in fields like Precision medicine and Population health. The various areas that Graham J. Burton examines in his Placentation study include Caesarean section, Mutant, Late onset and Genetic predisposition.
Graham J. Burton focuses on Placenta, Pregnancy, Trophoblast, Cell biology and Placenta accreta. His Placenta study is concerned with Fetus in general. His Fetus research includes themes of Pathogenesis, Phenotype, Preeclampsia, Andrology and Mitochondrion.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Ultrasonography, Premature birth and Obstetrics in addition to Placenta accreta. As part of the same scientific family, Graham J. Burton usually focuses on Decidua, concentrating on Placenta previa and intersecting with Placenta Percreta, Anatomy and Gynecology. The Syncytiotrophoblast study combines topics in areas such as Pathophysiology and In vivo.
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Onset of Maternal Arterial Blood Flow and Placental Oxidative Stress: A Possible Factor in Human Early Pregnancy Failure
Eric Jauniaux;Adrian L. Watson;Joanne Hempstock;Yi-Ping Bao.
American Journal of Pathology (2000)
Rheological and Physiological Consequences of Conversion of the Maternal Spiral Arteries for Uteroplacental Blood Flow during Human Pregnancy
G.J. Burton;A.W. Woods;E. Jauniaux;J.C.P. Kingdom.
Placental oxidative stress: from miscarriage to preeclampsia.
Graham J. Burton;Eric Jauniaux.
Journal of The Society for Gynecologic Investigation (2004)
Placental-related diseases of pregnancy: involvement of oxidative stress and implications in human evolution
Eric Jauniaux;Lucilla Poston;Graham J. Burton.
Human Reproduction Update (2006)
Comparative Developmental Anatomy of the Murine and Human Definitive Placentae
P. Georgiades;A.C. Ferguson-Smith;G.J. Burton.
Trophoblastic oxidative stress in relation to temporal and regional differences in maternal placental blood flow in normal and abnormal early pregnancies.
Eric Jauniaux;Joanne Hempstock;Natalie Greenwold;Graham J. Burton.
American Journal of Pathology (2003)
Uterine Glands Provide Histiotrophic Nutrition for the Human Fetus during the First Trimester of Pregnancy
Graham J. Burton;Adrian L. Watson;Joanne Hempstock;Jeremy N. Skepper.
The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism (2002)
Maternal arterial connections to the placental intervillous space during the first trimester of human pregnancy: the Boyd collection revisited.
Graham J. Burton;Eric Jauniaux;Adrian L. Watson.
American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (1999)
Hypoxia-Reoxygenation. A Potent Inducer of Apoptotic Changes in the Human Placenta and Possible Etiological Factor in Preeclampsia
Tai-Ho Hung;Jeremy N. Skepper;D. Stephen Charnock-Jones;Graham J. Burton.
Circulation Research (2002)
Placental Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress and Oxidative Stress in the Pathophysiology of Unexplained Intrauterine Growth Restriction and Early Onset Preeclampsia
G.J. Burton;H.-W. Yung;T. Cindrova-Davies;D.S. Charnock-Jones.
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