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Volume 19, Number 6, 2001

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Early cell adhesion events differ between osteoporotic and non-osteoporotic osteoblasts
pp. 993-1000(8)
Authors: Perinpanayagam, H.; Zaharias, R.; Stanford, C.; Brand, R.; Keller, J.; Schneider, G.

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The effect of ovariectomy and ovarian steroid treatment on growth hormone and insulin-like growth factor-I levels in the rat femur
pp. 1008-1012(5)
Authors: Suliman, I.A.; K. El-Bakri, N.; Adem, A.; Mustafa, A.; Urban Lindgren, J.

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Immature osteoblastic cells express the pro-α2(XI) collagen gene during bone formation in vitro and in vivo
pp. 1013-1020(8)
Authors: Urabe, K.; Jingushi, S.; Ikenoue, T.; Okazaki, K.; Sakai, H.; Li, C.; Iwamoto, Y.

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The role of collagen in determining bone mechanical properties
pp. 1021-1026(6)
Authors: Wang, X.; Bank, R.A.; TeKoppele, J.M.; Mauli Agrawal, C.

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Shape and size of isolated bone mineralites measured using atomic force microscopy
pp. 1027-1034(8)
Authors: Eppell, S.J.; Tong, W.; Lawrence Katz, J.; Kuhn, L.; Glimcher, M.J.

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Subchondral bone thickness, hardness and remodelling are influenced by short-term exercise in a site-specific manner
pp. 1035-1042(8)
Authors: Murray, R.C.; Vedi, S.; Birch, H.L.; Lakhani, K.H.; Goodship, A.E.

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Tensile properties of the physis vary with anatomic location, thickness, strain rate and age
pp. 1043-1048(6)
Authors: Williams, J.L.; Do, P.D.; David Eick, J.; Schmidt, T.L.

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Weight-bearing alters the expression of collagen types I and II, BMP 2/4 and osteocalcin in the early stages of distraction osteogenesis
pp. 1049-1056(8)
Authors: Radomisli, T.E.; Moore, D.C.; Barrach, H.J.; Keeping, H.S.; Ehrlich, M.G.

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The angiogenic response to skeletal injury is preserved in the elderly
pp. 1057-1066(10)
Authors: Street, J.T.; Wang, J.H.; Wu, Q.D.; Wakai, A.; McGuinness, A.; Redmond, H.P.

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Mechanobiology of initial pseudarthrosis formation with oblique fractures
pp. 1067-1072(6)
Authors: Loboa, E.G.; Beaupre, G.S.; Carter, D.R.

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Characterization of nucleus pulposus-like tissue formed in vitro
pp. 1078-1084(7)
Authors: Sun, Y.; Hurtig, M.; Pilliar, R.M.; Grynpas, M.; Kandel, R.A.

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Involvement of BMP-2 signaling in a cartilage cap in osteochondroma
pp. 1085-1088(4)
Authors: Nakase, T.; Myoui, A.; Shimada, K.; Kuriyama, K.; Joyama, S.; Miyaji, T.; Tomita, T.; Yoshikawa, H.

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Integration of engineered cartilage
pp. 1089-1097(9)
Authors: Obradovic, B.; Martin, I.; Padera, R.F.; Treppo, S.; Freed, L.E.; Vunjak-Novakovic, G.

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Controlled-release of IGF-I and TGF-1 in a photopolymerizing hydrogel for cartilage tissue engineering
pp. 1098-1104(7)
Authors: Elisseeff, J.; McIntosh, W.; Fu, K.; Blunk, T.; Langer, R.

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Compressive properties and function-composition relationships of developing bovine articular cartilage
pp. 1113-1121(9)
Authors: Williamson, A.K.; Chen, A.C.; Sah, R.L.

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Mechanisms of chondrocyte adhesion to cartilage: role of 1-integrins, CD44, and annexin V
pp. 1122-1130(9)
Authors: Kurtis, M.S.; Tu, B.P.; Gaya, O.A.; Mollenhauer, J.; Knudson, W.; Loeser, R.F.; Knudson, C.B.; Sah, R.L.

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Deformation and rupture of the articular surface under dynamic and static compression
pp. 1131-1139(9)
Authors: Flachsmann, R.; Broom, N.D.; Hardy, A.E.

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Biosynthetic response and mechanical properties of articular cartilage after injurious compression
pp. 1140-1146(7)
Authors: Kurz, B.; Jin, M.; Patwari, P.; Cheng, D.M.; Lark, M.W.; Grodzinsky, A.J.

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Mixed-mode failure response of the cement-bone interface
pp. 1153-1161(9)
Authors: Mann, K.A.; Mocarski, R.; Damron, L.A.; Allen, M.J.; Ayers, D.C.

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The gastrocnemius muscle is an antagonist of the anterior cruciate ligament
pp. 1178-1184(7)
Authors: Fleming, B.C.; Renstrom, P.A.; Ohlen, G.; Johnson, R.J.; Peura, G.D.; Beynnon, B.D.; Badger, G.J.

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A new device to measure knee laxity during weightbearing and non-weightbearing conditions
pp. 1185-1191(7)
Authors: Un, B.S.; Beynnon, B.D.; Churchill, D.L.; Haugh, L.D.; Risberg, M.A.; Fleming, B.C.

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Three-dimensional analysis of shoulder girdle and supraspinatus motion patterns in patients with impingement syndrome
pp. 1192-1198(7)
Authors: Graichen, H.; Stammberger, T.; Bonel, H.; Wiedemann, E.; Englmeier, K.; Reiser, M.; Eckstein, F.

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BMP-12 gene transfer augmentation of lacerated tendon repair
pp. 1199-1202(4)
Authors: Lou, J.; Tu, Y.; Burns, M.; Silva, M.J.; Manske, P.

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Neutrophils and macrophages accumulate sequentially following Achilles tendon injury
pp. 1203-1209(7)
Authors: Marsolais, D.; Cote, C.H.; Frenette, J.

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Correspondence
pp. 1210-1210(1)
Author: Muratoglu, O.K.

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Erratum to ''The enhancement of periosteal chondrogenesis in organ culture by dynamic fluid pressure'' [Journal of Orthopaedic Research 19 (2001) 524-530]
pp. 1213-1213(1)
Authors: Mukherjee, N.; Saris, D.B.F.; Schultz, F.M.; Berglund, L.J.; An, K.N.; O'Driscoll, S.W.

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Author index
pp. 1214-1216(3)

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Subject index: For 19/6
pp. 1217-1229(13)

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