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Volume 36, Number 12, December 2003

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Effects of damage on the orthotropic material symmetry of bovine tibial trabecular bone
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Integrated approach for in vivo evaluation of respiratory muscles mechanics
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Cartilage interstitial fluid load support in unconfined compression
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Authors: Park, S.; Krishnan, R.; Nicoll, S.B.; Ateshian, G.A.

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Effects of inter- and extramuscular myofascial force transmission on adjacent synergistic muscles: assessment by experiments and finite-element modeling
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Evidence for a role of antagonistic cocontraction in controlling trunk stiffness during lifting
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Reconstructed bone end loads on the canine forelimb during gait
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Anatomically shaped osteochondral constructs for articular cartilage repair
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Straining of the intact and fractured proximal humerus under physiological-like loading
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Effect of loading rate on endplate and vertebral body strength in human lumbar vertebrae
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Analysis of the effect of disturbed flow on monocytic adhesion to endothelial cells
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Translational stiffness of the replaced shoulder joint
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Accuracy and repeatability of a pressure measurement system in the patellofemoral joint
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