Kenneth L. Campbell

Biology University of Massachusetts, Boston, Boston, MA 
Reproductive Endocrinology
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Campbell KL, Lopresti M, Lukas W. (2014) Inhibition of Horseradish Peroxidase (HRP) by a nonhydrophobic component of urine: A caution for immunoassays Open Clinical Chemistry Journal. 7: 1-7
Campbell BC, Leslie P, Campbell K. (2007) Age-related patterns of DHEAS among Turkana males of northern Kenya. The Aging Male : the Official Journal of the International Society For the Study of the Aging Male. 10: 203-9
Campbell B, Leslie P, Campbell K. (2006) Age-related patterns of urinary gonadotropins (FSH and LH) and E-3-G as measures of reproductive function among Turkana males of northern Kenya Social Biology. 53: 30-45
Campbell KL, Rockett JC. (2006) Biomarkers of ovulation, endometrial receptivity, fertilisation, implantation and early pregnancy progression. Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology. 20: 13-25
Campbell B, Leslie P, Campbell K. (2006) Age-related changes in testosterone and SHBG among Turkana males American Journal of Human Biology. 18: 71-82
Campbell BC, Leslie PW, Little MA, et al. (2005) Pubertal timing, hormones, and body composition among adolescent Turkana males. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 128: 896-905
Lukas WD, Campbell BC, Campbell KL. (2005) Urinary cortisol and muscle mass in Turkana men. American Journal of Human Biology : the Official Journal of the Human Biology Council. 17: 489-95
O'Connor KA, Brindle E, Shofer JB, et al. (2004) Statistical correction for non-parallelism in a urinary enzyme immunoassay. Journal of Immunoassay & Immunochemistry. 25: 259-78
O'Connor KA, Brindle E, Holman DJ, et al. (2003) Urinary estrone conjugate and pregnanediol 3-glucuronide enzyme immunoassays for population research. Clinical Chemistry. 49: 1139-48
Schultheiss OC, Campbell KL, McClelland DC. (1999) Implicit power motivation moderates men's testosterone responses to imagined and real dominance success. Hormones and Behavior. 36: 234-41
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