Publications list for Dr Bronwyn McAllan

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  • He, G., Dong, C., Luan, Z., McAllan, B., Xu, T., Zhao, L., Qiao, J. (2013), Oxygen free radical involvement in acute lung injury induced by H5N1 virus in mice. Influenza and Other Respiratory Viruses. 7(6), 945-953. [Abstract]
  • Pan, Y., Zhang, Y., Cui, J., Liu, Y., McAllan, B., Liao, C., Zhang, S. (2013), Adaptation of phenylalanine and tyrosine catabolic pathway to hibernation in bats. PloS One. 8(4), e62039. [Abstract]
  • Geiser, F., Klingenspor, M., McAllan, B. (2013), A Functional Nexus between Photoperiod Acclimation, Torpor Expression and Somatic Fatty Acid Composition in a Heterothermic Mammal. PloS One. 8(5), e63803. [Abstract]


  • McAllan, B., Feay, N., Bradley, A., Geiser, F. (2012), The influence of reproductive hormones on the torpor patterns of the marsupial Sminthopsis macroura: Bet-hedging in an unpredictable environment. General and Comparative Endocrinology. 179(2), 265-276. [Abstract]
  • Polymeropoulos, E., Heldmaier, G., Frappell, P., McAllan, B., Withers, K., Klingenspor, M., White, C., Jastroch, M. (2012), Phylogenetic differences of mammalian basal metabolic rate are not explained by mitochondrial basal proton leak. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 279(1726), 185-193. [Abstract]
  • Broome, L., Jackson, S., Archer, M., Bates, H., Shi, H., Geiser, F., McAllan, B., Heinze, D., Hand, S., Evans, T. (2012), A brief review of the life history of, and threats to, Burramys parvus with a prehistory-based proposal for ensuring that it has a future. Wildlife and climate change: towards robust conservation strategies for Australian fauna.


  • Wang, L., McAllan, B., He, G. (2011), Telomerase activity in the bats Hipposideros armiger and Rousettus leschenaultia. Biochemistry. 76(9), 1017-1021. [Abstract]
  • King, J., McAllan, B., Spielman, D., Lindsay, S., Hůrková-Hofmannová, L., Hartigan, A., Al-Qassab, S., Ellis, J., Slapeta, J. (2011), Extensive production of Neospora caninum tissue cysts in a carnivorous marsupial succumbing to experimental neosporosis. Veterinary Research. 42(1), 75. [Abstract]
  • McAllan, B. (2011), Reproductive Endocrinology of Prototherians and Metatherians. In: Hormones and Reproduction of Vertebrates: Mammals. (pp.195-214).United Kingdom, Unit: Elsevier Inc..


  • Munn, A., Kern, P., McAllan, B. (2010), Coping with chaos: unpredictable food supplies intensify torpor use in an arid-zone marsupial, the fat-tailed dunnart (Sminthopsis crassicaudata). Die Naturwissenschaften. 97(6), 601-5. [Abstract]
  • McAllan, B., Richardson, S. (2010), Marsupials as models for development, ageing and disease: a neurobiological and comparative context. In: The Neurobiology of Australian Marsupials: Brain evolution in other mammalian radiation. (pp.225-237).United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.
  • Ashwell, K., McAllan, B., Mai, J. (2010), Atlas of the brain of the stripe-faced dunnart (Sminthopsis macroura). In: The Neurobiology of Australian Marsupials: Brain evolution in other mammalian radiation. (pp.241-242).United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.


  • McAllan, B. (2009), Reproductive parameters of surviving ‘die-off’ male Antechinus flavipes and Antechinus stuartii (Dasyuridae : Marsupialia) in their second year of life. Australian Mammalogy. 31(1), 17-23.


  • Ashwell, K., McAllan, B., Mai, J., Paxinos, G. (2008), Cortical Cyto- and Chemoarchitecture in Three Small Australian Marsupial Carnivores: Sminthopsis macroura, Antechinus stuartii and Phascogale calura. Brain, behavior and evolution. 72(3), 215-32. [Abstract]
  • McAllan, B., Westman, W., Körtner, G., Cairns, S. (2008), Sex, season and melatonin administration affects daily activity rhythms in a marsupial, the brown antechinus, Antechinus stuartii. Physiology & Behavior. 93(1-2), 130-138. [Abstract]
  • Jastroch, M., Withers, K., Taudien, S., Frappell, P., Helwig, M., Fromme, T., Hirschberg, V., Heldmaier, G., McAllan, B., Firth, B., Burmester, T., Platzer, M., Klingenspor, M. (2008), Marsupial uncoupling protein 1 sheds light on the evolution of mammalian nonshivering thermogenesis. Physiological Genomics. 32(2), 161-169. [Abstract]
  • Naylor, R., Richardson, S., McAllan, B. (2008), Boom and bust: A review of the physiological life history pattern in the marsupial genus Antechinus. Journal of Comparative Physiology B. 178, 545-562.
  • McAllan, B., Westman, W., Crowther, M., Dickman, C. (2008), Morphology, growth, and reproduction in the Australian house mouse: differential effects of moderate temperatures. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 94, 21-30.