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Volume 36, Number 10, October 2003

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''Whither flows the fluid in bone?'' An osteocyte's perspective
pp. 1409-1424(16)
Author: Knothe Tate, M.L.

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Introduction to the special issue
pp. 1425-1426(2)
Author: Cowin, S.C.

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On bone adaptation due to venous stasis
pp. 1439-1451(13)
Authors: Wang, L.; Fritton, S.P.; Weinbaum, S.; Cowin, S.C.

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Strain-derived canalicular fluid flow regulates osteoclast activity in a remodelling osteon-a proposal
pp. 1453-1459(7)
Authors: Burger, E.H.; Klein-Nulend, J.; Smit, T.H.

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The dependence of the elastic properties of osteoporotic cancellous bone on volume fraction and fabric
pp. 1461-1467(7)
Authors: Homminga, J.; Mccreadie, B.R.; Weinans, H.; Huiskes, R.

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The many adaptations of bone
pp. 1487-1495(9)
Author: Currey, J.D.

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How is the indentation modulus of bone tissue related to its macroscopic elastic response? A validation study
pp. 1503-1509(7)
Authors: Hengsberger, S.; Enstroem, J.; Peyrin, F.; Zysset, P.

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Understanding stress concentration about a nutrient foramen
pp. 1511-1521(11)
Authors: Gotzen, N.; Cross, A.R.; Ifju, P.G.; Rapoff, A.J.

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Collagen in connective tissue: from tendon to bone
pp. 1523-1527(5)
Authors: Vanderby, R.; Provenzano, P.P.

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Collagen self-assembly and the development of tendon mechanical properties
pp. 1529-1553(25)
Authors: Silver, F.H.; Freeman, J.W.; Seehra, G.P.

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Possible role of decorin glycosaminoglycans in fibril to fibril force transfer in relative mature tendons-a computational study from molecular to microstructural level
pp. 1555-1569(15)
Authors: Redaelli, A.; Vesentini, S.; Soncini, M.; Vena, P.; Mantero, S.; Montevecchi, F.M.

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Liquid crystalline assemblies of collagen in bone and in vitro systems
pp. 1571-1579(9)
Authors: Giraud-Guille M.-M.; Besseau, L.; Martin, R.

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