Yu J, Berga SL, Johnston-MacAnanny E, Sidell N, Bagchi IC, Bagchi MK, Taylor RN. Endometrial stromal decidualization responds reversibly to hormone stimulation and withdrawal. Endocrinology. 2016;():.
Yu J, Berga SL, Yook G, Pan JC, Andrade AA, Johnston-MacAnanny EB, Taylor RN. IL-1 beta disrupts morphological and biochemical differentiation of human endometrial stromal cells: potential role in infertility [abstract]. Reprod Sci. 2016;23(Suppl 1):247A-248A.
Yu J, Berga SL, Johnston-MacAnanny EB, Huang L, Sidell N, Bagchi IC, Bagchi MK, Taylor RN. Human endometrial stromal cell connexin (Cx)43 responds reversibly to hormone stimulation and withdrawal and regulates markers of angiogenesis and Mesenchymal-Epithelial Transition (MET) [abstract]. Reprod Sci. 2015;22(Suppl 1):81A.
Johnston-MacAnanny EB, Taylor RN. Disorders of the female reproductive tract In: Hammer GD, McPhee SJ, eds. Pathophysiology of disease: an introduction to clinical medicine. 7th ed. New York: McGraw-Hill;2014: 625-650.
Hou L, Shu YM [sic] [Shu Y], Johnston-MacAnanny EB, Yalcinkaya TM. Gamma-amino butyric acid (GABA) levels and GABA-Ergic gene expression in ovarian follicular fluid (FF) during controlled ovarian stimulation [abstract]. Reprod Sci. 2014;21(3 Suppl):115A.
Yu J, Berga SL, Salinas A, Johnston-MacAnanny E, Taylor RN. Ovarian hormones modify cell cycle dynamics, apoptosis and telomere length in primary human endometrial stromal cells [abstract]. Reprod Sci. 2014;21(3 Suppl):414A.
Yu J, Berga SL, Zou W, Sun HY, Johnston-MacAnanny E, Yalcinkaya T, Sidell N, Bagchi IC, Bagchi MK, Taylor RN. Gap junction blockade induces apoptosis in human endometrial stromal cells. Mol Reprod Dev. 2014;81(7):666-675.
Hou L, Taylor RN, Shu Y, Johnston-MacAnanny EB, Yalcinkaya TM. Vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) and placental growth factor (PLGF) directly correlate with ovarian follicle size in women undergoing in vitro fertilitzation (IVF) [abstract]. Fertil Steril. 2014;102(3 Suppl):e256.
Francisco AMC, Yu J, Yalcinkaya T, Johnston-MacAnanny EB, Sidell N, Berga SL, Taylor RN. Estradiol and inflammatory cytokines induce neuroangiogenic responses in endometriosis stromal cells [abstract]. Reprod Sci. 2013;20(3 Suppl):149A.
Johnston-MacAnanny EB, DiLuigi AJ, Engmann LL, Maier DB, Benadiva CA, Nulsen JC. Selection of first in vitro fertilization cycle stimulation protocol for good prognosis patients: gonadotropin releasing hormone antagonist versus agonist protocols. J Reprod Med. 2011;56(1-2):12-16.
Yalcinkaya TM, Akar ME, Kammire LD, Johnston-MacAnanny EB, Mertz HL. Robotic-assisted laparoscopic repair of symptomatic cesarean scar defect: a report of two cases. J Reprod Med. 2011;56(5-6):265-270.
Johnston-MacAnanny EB, Koty P, Pettenati M, Brady M, Yalcinkaya TM, Schmidt DW. The first case described: monozygotic twin sisters with the fragile X premutation but with a different phenotype for premature ovarian failure. Fertil Steril. 2011;95(7):2431.e13-5.
Leezer KH, Brady M, Yalcinkaya TM, Johnston-MacAnanny EB. Is a negative energy balance and strenuous exercise as a young adult a predictor of future fecundity? [abstract]. Fertil Steril. 2011;96(3 Suppl 1):S117.
Akar ME, Johnston-MacAnanny EB, Carrillo AJ, Miller J, Yalcinkaya TM. The pregnancy outcome of retrieved excess eggs collected during selective follicular reduction from patients with three or more preovulatory follicles undergoing controlled ovarian stimulation and IUI [letter]. Hum Reprod. 2010;25(11):2931.
Johnston-MacAnanny EB, Akar ME, Miller JZ, Carrillo A, Bozoklu O, Yalcinkaya TM. Reducing the risk of multiples with controlled ovarian stimulation (COS): utilization of concurrent letrozole plus hMG protocol for IUI with option for follicle reduction (SFR) and oocyte vitrification [abstract]. Fertil Steril. 2010;94(4 Suppl 1):S154.
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*Dr. Johnston-MacAnanny is simply the best.
My provider was amazing and helped me through something that was very scary for me. She is a high caliber doctor and person.
I have already recommending them to a few peolpe.
Great physician! Really explained things thourogly. My husband was impressed!
My husband and I were very pleased with our provider. I feel confident in her knowledge and skill set.
Loved *Dr. Johnston!
Provider used diagrams & visual aids in explanation of anatomy & procedure process; considered my input - much appreciated by me.
*Dr. Macananny is excellent. We felt v. comfortable being in her care.
I have seen quite a few physicians in my life and I have to say that this visit was the best I've experienced with regard to the care provided. Dr. Johnston and the other physicians took the time to answer all my questions without making me feel rushed. Infertility is a sensitive subject and is frustrating, but the care I received was outstanding. I would absolutely recommend Dr. Johnston and this office in general to anyone experiencing infertility. It took a few months for me to get in to see the physician, but it was well worth the wait.
I was relieved to have a doctor that finally understood my frustrations with the complications experienced with another doctor during my hysterectomy. This doctor was the 3rd doctor that I seeked help from in 5 months and I know I will now only have to see this doctor as she completely met my emotional and health concerns. I have never had a doctor to be so patient, attentive, and respectful as this physician.
She was very understanding regarding the reason that I was there, and talked to me instead of just reading a form about my history and care questions. I felt valued as a client.
I love that we were able to do so many things all in one appointment! I like checking things off my list.