Anatomian yksikkö
Department of Anatomy

Julkaisut 2002
Publications 2002

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1 Aaltomaa S et al. Strong stromal hyaluronan expression is associated with PSA recurrence in local prostate cancer.
2 Arokoski JPA et al. Increased bone mineral content and bone size in the femoral neck of men with hip osteoarthritis.
3 Arokoski MH et al. Hip muscle strength and muscle cross sectional area in men with and without hip osteoarthritis.
4 Böhm J et al. Hyaluronan expression in differentiated thyroid carcinoma.
5 Helminen HJ et al. Transgenic mouse models for studying the role of cartilage macromolecules in osteoarthritis.
6 Helminen HJ, Tammi M. Nivelen anatomia.
7 Hiltunen ELJ et al. Elevated hyaluronan concentration without hyaluronidase activation in malignant epithelial ovarian tumors.
8 Kaarniranta K. Regulatory Differences of the hsp70 Gene Response in Mammalian Cells.
9 Kaarniranta K et al. Neuronal cells show regulatory differences in the hsp70 gene response.
10 Karvinen S et al. Effects of KGF and TGF-b on hyaluronan synthesis and distribution in extra-, peri-, and intracellular compartments of epidermal keratinocytes.
11 Korhonen RK et al. Comparison of the equilibrium response of articular cartilage in unconfined compression, confined compression and indentation.
12 Korhonen RK et al. Importance of the superficial tissue layer for the indentation stiffness of articular cartilage.
13 Laasanen MS et al. Novel mechano-acoustic technigue and instrument for diagnosis of cartilage degeneration.
14 Lammi PE et al. Site-specific immunostaining for type X collagen in noncalcified articular cartilage of canine stifle knee joint.
15 Lapveteläinen T et al. Lifelong voluntary joint loading increases osteoarthritis in mice housing a deletion mutation in type II procollagen gene, and slightly also in non-transgenic mice.
16 Långsjö TK et al. Collagenase-induced changes in articular cartilage as detected by electron-microscopic stereology, quantitative polarized light microscopy and biochemical assays.
17 Melrose J et al. Visualisation of hyaluronan and hyaluronan-binding proteins within ovine vertebral cartilages using biotinylated aggrecan G1-link complex and biotinylated hyaluronan oligosaccharides.
18 Nieminen HJ et al. Real-time ultrasound analysis of articular cartilage degradation in vitro.
19 Nieminen M. Quantitative Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Articular Cartilagw. Structural, Compositional and Functional Characterization of Normal, Degraded and Engineered Tissue.
20 Nieminen MT et al. Spatial assessment of articular cartilage proteoglycans with Gd-DTPA-enhanced T1 imaging.
21 Pasonen-Seppänen S et al. Hyaluronan metabolism and distribution in stratified, differentiated cultures of epidermal keratinocytes.
22 Pirinen R. Hyaluronan, CD44 and Catenins in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer.
23 Rilla K et al. Hyaluronan synthase 2 (HAS2) regulates migration of epidermal keratinocytes.
24 Rilla K et al. Changed lamellipodial extension, adhesion plaques and migration in epidermal keratinocytes containing constitutively expressed sense and antisense hyaluronan synthase 2 (Has2) genes.
25 Sironen RK et al. cDNA array reveals mechanosensitive genes in chondrocytic cells under hydrostatic pressure.
26 Sironen RK et al. High pressure effects on cellular expression profile and mRNA stability. A cDNA array analysis.
27 Tammi MI et al. Hyaluronan and homeostasis: a balancing act.
28 Tammi MI et al. EGF regulates HAS2 expression, controls epidermal thickness and stimulates keratinocyte migration.
29 Tammi R et al. Intracellular hyaluronan in epidermal keratinocytes.
30 Toole BP et al. Hyaluronan-cell interactions in cancer and vascular disease.
31 Törrönen K et al. Hyaluronan stimulates keratinocyte migration and activates the transcription factor AP-1 in keratinocytes through the JNK pathway.
32 Töyräs J et al. Ultrasonic characterization of articular cartilage.
33 Töyräs J et al. Bone mineral density, ultrasound velocity, and broadband attenuation predict mechanical properties of trabecular bone differently.

Anatomian yksikkö Department of Anatomy
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