Anatomian yksikkö
Department of Anatomy

Julkaisut 2000
Publications 2000

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1 Anttila MA et al. High levels of stromal hyaluronan predict poor disease outcome in epithelial ovarian cancer.
2 Arokoski JPA et al. Normal and pathological adaptations of articular cartilage to joint loading.
3 Auvinen P et al. Hyaluronan in peritumoral stroma and malignant cells associates with breast cancer spreading and predicts survival.
4 Calabro A et al. Microanalysis of enzyme digests of hyaluronan and chondroitin/dematan sulfate by fluorophore-assisted carbohydrate electrophoresis (FACE).
5 Elo MA et al. Differential regulation of stress proteins by high hydrostatic pressure, heat shock, and unbalanced calcium homeostasis in chondrocytis cells.
6 Felszeghy S et al. Type X collagen in human enamel development: a possible role in mineralization.
7 Felszeghy S et al. Quantitative image analysis of hyaluronan expression in human tooth germs.
8 Haapala J. Immobilization Induced Atrophic Changes in Articular Cartilage of Young Beagle Dogs - Incomplete Reversal after Remobilization.
9 Haapala J et al. Incomplete restoration of immobilization induced softening of young beagle knee articular cartilage after 50-week remobilization.
10 Helminen HJ et al. Regular joint loading in youth assists in the establishment and strengthening of the collagen network of articular cartilage and contributes to the prevention of osteoarthritis later in life: a hypothesis.
11 Jortikka MO et al. The role of microtubules in the regulation of proteoglycan synthesis in chondrocytes under hydrostatic pressure.
12 Jurvelin JS et al. Topographical variation of the elastic properties of articular cartilage in the canine knee.
13 Kaarniranta K et al. Protein synthesis is required for stabilization of hsp70 mRNA upon exposure to both hydrostatic pressurization and elevated temperature.
14 Karjalainen JM et al. Reduced level of CD44 and hyaluronan associated with unfavorable prognosis in clinical stage I cutaneous melanoma.
15 Kääpä E et al. Elevated protein contain and prolyl 4-hydroxylase activity in severely degenerated human annulus fibrosis.
16 LeRoux MA et al. Simultaneous changes in the mechanical properties, quantitative collagen organization, and proteoglycan concentration of articular cartilage following canine meniscectomy.
17 Lesley J et al. Hyaluronan binding by cell surface CD44.
18 Nieminen MT et al. Quantitative MR microscopy of enzymatically degraded articular cartilage.
19 Sironen R et al. Transcriptional activation in chondrocytes submitted to hydrostatic pressure.
20 Tammi RH et al. A preformed basal lamina alters the metabolism and distribution of hyaluronan in epidermal keratinocytes "organotypic" cultures grown on collagen matrices.

Anatomian yksikkö Department of Anatomy
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