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Lara, Nuria; Karabilo, Julia; Hall, Todd; Wacker, Michael J.; Andresen, Jon; Brotto, Marco; Bonewald, Lynda F.; Johnson, Mark L. (Mark Louis) (2010-03)Osteocytes are thought to be the primary cell in bone that responds to mechanical loading and the traditional view is that skeletal muscle's role relative to bone is in the application of those loads. We have hypothesized ...
Cline, Teri Lynne (2013)The nature of bone is to adapt its structure in response to mechanical loading. When the bone is loaded, it is remodeled to be able to support the increased loads. Bone resorption can occur resulting in bone loss from lack ...
Late osteoblast/early osteocyte-like cell line for visualizing collagen assembly in living cells [abstract] Bonewald, Lynda F.; Woo, Stacey M. (2010-10)Immortal cell lines representing the late osteoblast/early osteocyte phenotype have been generated that stably express a collagen-GFP or collagen-mCherry fusion protein to fluorescently label type I collagen fibrils either ...