Anatomian yksikkö
Department of Anatomy

Julkaisut 1996
Publications 1996

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1 Arokoski J. Altered Properties of Articular Cartilage and Subchondral Bone after Long-term Joint Loading. An Experimental Study on Young Beagles.
2 Arokoski JPA et al. Decreased birefringence of the superficial zone collagen network in the canine knee (stifle) articular cartilage after long distance running training, detected by quantitative polarised light microscopy.
3 Grönblad M et al. A controlled biochemical and immunohistochemical study of human synovial-type (Group II) phospholipase A2 and inflammatory cells in macroscopically normal, degenerated, and herniated human lumbar disc tissues.
4 Haapala J et al. Coordinated regulation of hyaluronan and aggrecan content in the articular cartilage of immobilized and exercised dogs.
5 Jurvelin JS et al. Structural inhomogeneity and biomechanical properties of articular cartilage.
6 Király K et al. Safranin O reduces loss of glycosanimoglycans from bovine articular cartilage during histological specimen preparation.
7 Király K et al. Application of selected cationic dyes for the semiquantitative estimation of glycosaminoglycans in histological sections of articular cartilage by microspectrophotometry.
8 Lyyra T et al. Numerical validitation of arthroscopic cartilage stiffness measurement using a finite element model.
9 Meurman JH et al. Hospital mouth-cleaning aids may cause dental erosion.
10 Módis L et al. Differences in submicroscopic structure of the extracellular matrix of canine femoral and tibial condylar articular cartilages as revealed by polarization microscopical analysis.
11 Noonan KJ et al. Spatial distribution of CD44 and hyalyronan in the proximal tibia of the growing rat.
12 Parkkinen JJ et al. Distribution of hyaluronan in articular cartilage as probed by a biotinylated binding region of aggrecan.
13 Sorvari R et al. Surface ultrastructure of rat molar teeth after experimentally induced erosion and attrition.
14 Stevens JW et al. CD44 in growing normal and neoplastic rat cartilage.
15 Tammi R et al. Whole skin organ culture as a tool to study hyaluronan and proteoglycan metabolism.
16 Wang C et al. Hyaluronan distribution in the normal epithelium of esophagus, stomach, and colon and their cancers.

Anatomian yksikkö Department of Anatomy
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