Fields P, Fields M. Conceptus Numbers do not Affect Blood Concentrations of Relaxin in the Rabbit. Annals of the New
York Academy of Sciences. 1160:186-187 (2009).

Lee, HY Zhao S,
Fields PA, Sherwood OD 2005  The Extent to Which Relaxin Promotes Proliferation and Inhibits
Apoptosis of Cervical Epithelial and Stromal Cells is Ggreatest During Late Pregnancy in Rats. Endocrinology 146:
511-518 (2005).

Fields P, Fields M. Potential Binding Sites for Relaxin in Pregnant Rabbits.  Annals of the New York Academy of
Sciences. 1041:123-125 (2005).

Fields P.  Is Relaxin a Calcium Transporter? Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences.  1041:328-331 (2005).

Nichols N, Binta H,
Fields PA, Drost M, Chang S-M, Ivell R, Fields MJ.  Immunohistochemical Localization of Relaxin-Like
Factor/Insulin-Like Peptide-3 in the Bovine Corpus Luteum.  Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1041
:507-509 (2005).

Lee H-Y, Zhao S,
Fields PA, Sherwood OD.  Clinical Use of Relaxin to Facilitate Birth: Reasons for Investigating the
Premise.  Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences.  1041:351-66 (2005).

Simovich M, Hainsworth LN,
Fields PA, Conrad ME, Umbreit JN. Localization of the Iron Transport Proteins Mobilferrin
and DMT-1 in the Duodenum: The Surprising Role of Mucin. American Journal of Hematology 74(1):32-45 (2003).

Zhao S,
Fields PA, Sherwood OD. Evidence that Relaxin Inhibits Apoptosis in the Cervix and the Vagina During the
Second Half of Pregnancy in the rat.  Endocrinology 142:2221-2229 (2001).

Peters CA, Cutler RE, Maizels ET, Robertson MC, Shiu RP,
Fields P, Hunzincker-Dunn M.  Regulation of PKC Delta
Expression by Estrogen and Rat Placental Lactogen-1 in Luteinized Rat Ovarian Granulosa Cells.  Molec & Cell
Endocrinol 162:181-191 (2000).

Brandon JC, Izenberg SD,
Fields PA, Evankovich C, Wilson G, Teplick SK. Pancreatic Clefts Caused by Penetrating
Vessels: A Potential Diagnostic Pitfall for Pancreatic Fracture on CT. Emer Rad 7:283-286 (2000).

Fields PA, Lee VH, Jetten, A, Chang S-MT, Fields MJ. B-Chain Sequence and In Situ Hybridization of the Rabbit
Placental Relaxin-Like Gene Product. Biol Reprod 61:527-532 (1999).

Fields MJ, Fuchs A-R, Drost M, Simmen RCM, Chang S-MT, Kowalski AA,Balaguer SA,Binta H, Canino CJ, Shemesh M,
Fields PA. Luteal-Uterine Interaction During the Perimplantation Period of Pregnancy: A Model for Embryo Loss in
the Cow.  Proceedings of the Havemeyer Foundation Workshop on Fetomaternal Control of Pregnancy. Barbados,
November 14-16, (1999).

LeDoux SP, Cheun-chen S, Grishko VI,
Fields PA, Gard AL, Wilson GL.  Glial Cell-Specific Differences in Response to
Alkylation Damage.  Glia 24:304-12 (1998).

Ndikum-Moffor FM, Simmen ECM,
Fields PA, Katoh N, Oikawa S, Buhi WC, Rollyson MK, Chang S-MT, Fields MJ.
Synthesis and Messenger Ribonucleic Acid Expression of Apolipoproteins E and A-1 by the Bovine Corpus Luteum
during the Estrous Cycle and Pregnancy.  Biol Reprod  56:745-756 (1997).

Brackett KH,
Fields PA, Dubois W, Chang S-MT, Mather FB, Fields MH.  Relaxin: an Ovarian Hormone in an Avian
Species (Gallus domesticus).  Gen Comp Endocrinology 105:155-163 (1997).

Fields MJ, Ndikum-Mffor FM, Simmen RCM, Buhi WC, Rollyson K, Kowalski AA, Chang SMT,
Fields PA.  Bovine Luteal
Secretory Proteins of the Oestrous Cycle and Pregnancy.  Reprod Dom Anim 31:407-425 (1996).

Fields MJ,
Fields PA.  Morphological Characteristics of the Bovine Corpus Luteum During the Estrous Cycle and
Pregnancy.  Theriogenology 45:1295-1325 (1996).

Schmitt EJ-P, Barros CM,
Fields PA, Diaz T, Kluge JM, Thatcher WW.  A Cellular and Endocrine Characterization of the
Original and induced Corpus Luteum after Administration of a Gonadotropin-Releasing Hormone Agonist or Human
Chorionic Gonadotropin on Day Five of the Estrous Cycle.  J Anim Sci 74:1915-1929 (1996).

Fields MJ, Ndikum-Moffor FM, Simmen RCM, Buhi WC, Rollyson K, Kowalski AA, Chang SMT,
Fields PA.  Bovine Luteal
Secretory Proteins of the Oestrous Cycle and Pregnancy.  Reprod Dom Anim 31:407-425 (1996).

Fuchs A-R, Ivell R,
Fields PA, Chang S-MT, Fields MJ.  Oxytocin Receptors in Bovine Cervix:  Distribution and Gene
Expression During the Estrous Cycle.  Biol Reprod 54:700-708 (1996).

Fields P, Kondo S, Tashima L, Bryant-Greenwood G, Greenwood F.  Expression of SQ10 (a Preprorelaxin-Like Gene) in
the Pregnant Rabbit Placenta and Uterus. Biol Reprod 53:1139-1145 (1995).

Chronister R, Dyken P,
Fields P, Maertens P.  Cellular Distribution of Lesions in Batten Disease.  Amer J Med Gen
57:191-195 (1995).

Lee VH, Zhang SJ, Chang S-MT, Fields MJ,
Fields PA.  In Vitro Transformation of Rabbit Mononuclear Cytotrophoblast
Cells into Multinuclear Syncytiotrophoblasts: Stimulation of Hormone Secretion by Progesterone and Dibutyryl Cyclic
3', 5'-Adenosine Monophosphate.  Biol Reprod 52:868-877 (1995).

Fields MJ,
Fields PA.  The Role of the Corpus Luteum in the Cycling and Pregnant Cow.  Proceedings Annual
Conference Society for Theriogenology, pp 107-116 (1993).

Lee, AB, Hwang JJ,
Fields PA, Sherwood OD.  Monoclonal Antibodies Specific for Rat Relaxin. VI.  Passive Immunization
with Monoclonal Antibodies Throughout the Second Half of Pregnancy Disrupts Histological Changes Associated
with Cervical Softening at Parturition in Rats.  Endocrinology 130:2386-91 (1992).

Fields PA, Lee, AB, Haab LM, Hwang JJ, Sherwood OD. Evidence for a Dual Source of Relaxin in the Pregnant Rat:
Immunolocalization in Corpora Lutea and Endometrium.  Endocrinology 130:2985-90 (1992).

Fields MJ, Barros CM, Watkins WB,
Fields PA.  Characterization of Large Luteal Cells and Their Secretory Granules
During the Estrous Cycle of the Cow.  Biol Reprod 46:535-45 (1992).

Hwang JJ, Lee AB,
Fields PA, Haab, LM, Mojonnier, LE, Sherwood, OD. Monoclonal Antibodies Specific for Rat Relaxin.
V. Passive Immunization with Monoclonal Antibodies Throughout the Second Half of Pregnancy Disrupts
Development of the Mammary Appartus and Hence, Lactational Performance in Rats.  Endocrinology 129: 3034-42
Lee VH,
Fields PA.  Rabbit Relaxin: Influence of Pregnancy and Ovariectomy during Pregnancy on the Plasma Profile.
Biol Reprod 45:209-14 (1991).

Fields PA, Lee VH.  Conceptus Mediated Maintenance of Endometrial Epithelial Cells and Relaxin Synthesis: Effects of
Unilateral Oviduct Ligation.  Biol Reprod  44:364-745 (1991).

Lee VH,
Fields PA. Rabbit Endometrial Relaxin: Immunohistochemical Localization During Pre-Implantation, Pregnancy
and Lactation.  Biol Reprod 42:737-745 (1990).

Fields PA, Dubois W, Shalash MR, Fields MJ.  Neurophysin in the Large Luteal Cell of the Nonpregnant Water Buffalo,
Bubalus Bubalis: Immunohistochemical Localization. Biol Reprod  37:1233-1239 (1987).

Weber DM,
Fields PA, Romrell LJ, Tumwasorn S, Ball BA, Drost M, Fields MJ. Functional Differences Between Small and
Large Cells of the Late Pregnant vs. Nonpregnant Cow.  Biol Reprod 37:1233-1239 (1987).

Fields MJ,
Fields PA.  Luteal Neurophysin in the Nonpregnant Cow and Ewe: Localization in Membrane -Bound
Secretory Granules of the Large Luteal Cell.  Endocrinology 118:1723-1724 (1986).

Eldridge RK,
Fields PA.  Rabbit Placental Relaxin: Ultrastructural Localization in Granules of the Syncytiotrophoblast
Using Rabbit Relaxin Antiserum. Endocrinology 119:606-615 (1986).

Eldridge RK,
Fields PA.  Rabbit Placental Relaxin: Purification and Immunocytochemical Localization.  Endocrinology
117:2512-2519 (1985).

Fields PA, Fields MJ.  Ultrastructural Localization of Relaxin in the Corpus Luteum of Nonpregnant, Pseudopregnant and
Pregnant Pigs.  Biol Reprod 32:1169-1179 (1985).

Fields MJ, Dubois W,
Fields PA.  Dynamic Features of Secretory Granules in the Bovine Large Luteal Cell Between Day
45-280 of Pregnancy.  Endocrinology 117:1675-1682 (1985).

Fields PA.  Intracellular Localization of Relaxin in Membrane Bound Granules in the Pregnant Rat Luteal Cell.  Biol
Reprod 30:753-762 (1984).

Eldridge RK,
Fields PA.  Isolation of Human Placental Relaxin with Octadecylsilica.  Excerpta Medica, Amsterdam-Oxford
-Princeton.  International Congress Series #610, pp.389-391 (1983).

Fields MJ, Roberts R,
Fields PA.  Octadecylsilica and Carboxymethyl Cellulose Isolation of Bovine and Porcine Relaxin.
Ann NY Acad Sci 380:36-46 (1982).

Fields PA, Larkin LH, Pardo R. Purification of Relaxin from the Placenta of the Rabbit. Ann NY Acad Sci 380:75-8(1982).

Fields PA, Larkin LH.  Purification and Immunohistochemical Localization of Relaxin from Human Term Placenta.  J Clin
Endocrinol Metab 52:79-85 (1981).

Fields MJ,
Fields PA, Castro A, Larkin LH.  Evidence for Relaxin in Corpora Lutea of Late Pregnant Cows.
Endocrinology 107:869-876 (1980).

Fields PA, Larkin LH.  The Enhancement of Uterine Cervix Extensibility in Oestrogen Primed Mice Following Relaxin
Administration. J Endocrinology 87:147-152 (1980).

Pardo R, Larkin LH,
Fields PA.  Immunocytochemical Localization of Relaxin in the Uterine Gland of the Pregnant
Guinea Pig.  Endocrinology  107:2110-2112 (1980).

Larkin LH, Suarez-Guian CA,
Fields PA.  In Vivo Analyses of Antisera to Relaxin.  Acta Endocrinol 92:568-576 (1979).

Fields PA, Larkin LH.  Interference by Acrylamide Gel in the Lowry Assay for Protein.  Annal Biochem 88:196-202

Oliver RM,
Fields PA, Larkin LH.  Separation of Relaxin Activities in Extracts of Ovaries of Pregnant Sows by
Acrlyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis. J Endocrinol 76:517-525 (1978).

Larkin LH,
Fields PA, Oliver RM.  Production of Antisera Against Electrophoretically Separated Relaxin and
Immunofluorescent Localization of Relaxin in the Porcine Corpus Luteum.  Endocrinology  101:679-685 (1977).

Moeller PW,
Fields PA, Dutson TR, Landmann WA, Carpenter ZL.  High Temperature Effects on Lysosomal Enzyme
Distribution and Gragmentation of Bovine Muscle.  J Food Sci         42:510-512 (1977).

Moeller PW,
Fields PA, Dutson TR, Landmann WA, Carpenter ZL.  Effect of High Temperature Conditioning on
Subcellular Distribution and Levels of Lysosomal Enzymes. J Food Sci 41:216-218 (1976).

Fields PA, Carpenter ZL, Smith GC.  Effects of Elevated Temperature Conditioning on Youthful and Mature Beef
Carcasses.  J Anim Sci 42:72-83 (1976).