Anatomian yksikkö
Department of Anatomy

Julkaisut 2009
Publications 2009

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1 Brama PAJ et al. Influence of intensity and changes of physical activity on bone mineral density of immature equine subchondral bone.
2 Brama PAJ et al. Influence of exercise and joint topography on depth-related spatial distribution of proteoglycan and collagen content in immature equine articular cartilage.
3 Brama PAJ et al. Effect of loading on the organization of the collagen fibril network in juvenile equine articular cartilage.
4 Duterme C et al. Two novel functions of hyaluronidase-2 (hyal-2) are formation of the glycocalyx and control of CD44-ERM interactions.
5 Hartmann-Petersen S. Hyaluronan and CD44 in Epidermis with Special Reference to Growth Factors and Maglinant Transformation.
6 Hartmann-Petersen S et al. Depletion of cell surface CD44 in nonmelanoma skin tumors is associated with increased expression of matrix metalloproteinase 7.
7 Helminen HJ. Sports, loading of cartilage, osteoarthritis and its prevention.
8 Hyttinen MM et al. Changes in collagen fibril network organization and proteglycan distribution in equine articular cartilage during maturation and growth.
9 Isaksson H et al. Long-term voluntary exercise of male mice induces more beneficial effects on cancellous and cortical bone than on the collagenous matrix.
10 Isaksson H et al. Physical exercise improves properties of bone and its collagen network in growing and maturing mice.
11 Julkunen P et al. Biomechanical, biochemical and structural correlations in immature and mature rabbit articular cartilage.
12 Julkunen P et al. Comparison of single-phase isotropic elastic and fibril-reinforced poroelastic models for indentation of rabbit articular cartilage.
13 Kiviranta P. Novel Quantitative Methods for the Diagnosis of Cartilage Degeneration.
14 Kultti A. Hyaluronan in Cancer.
15 Kultti A et al. 4-Methylumbelliferone inhibits hyaluronan synthesis by depletion of cellular UDP-glucuronic acid and downregulation of hyaluronan synthase 2 and 3.
16 Långsjö TK et al. Cartilage collagen fibril network in newborn transgenic mice analyzed by electron microscopic stereology.
17 Makkonen KM et al. Regulation of the hyaluronan synthase 2 gene by convergence in cyclic AMP response element-binding protein and retinoid acid receptor signaling.
18 Mustonen A-M et al. Response to fasting in an unnaturally obese carnivore, the captive european polecat mustela putorius.
19 Myllymaa K et al. Improved adherence and spreading of Saos-2 cells on polypropylene surfaces achieved by surface texturing and carbon nitride coating.
20 Nieminen J. Effect of Functional Loading on Remodelling in Canine, and Normal and Collagen Type II Transgenic Murine Bone.
21 Nykopp TK et al. Expression of hyaluronan synthases (HAS1-3) and hyaluronidases (HYAL1-2) in serous ovarian carcinomas: inverse correlation between HYALI and hyaluronan content.
22 Rieppo J et al. Changes in spatial collagen content andcollagen network architecture in porcine articular cartilage duirng growth and maturation.
23 Tammi RH, Tammi MI. Hyaluronan accumulation in wounded epidermis: a mediator of keratinocyte activation.

Anatomian yksikkö Department of Anatomy
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