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|Herron MR. FEBio Finite Element Models of the Human Cervical Spine [Master's thesis]. University of Utah; December 2019.|
|Ellis BJ. Finite Element Modeling of Knee and Shoulder Ligaments [PhD thesis]. University of Utah; May 2012.|
|Roeder BA, Kokini K, Sturgis JE, Robinson JP, Voytik-Harbin SL. Tensile mechanical properties of three-dimensional type I collagen extracellular matrices with varied microstructure. J Biomech Eng. April 2002;124(2):214-222.|
|Bey MJ, Song HK, Wehrli FW, Soslowsky LJ. A noncontact, nondestructive method for quantifying intratissue deformations and strains. J Biomech Eng. April 2002;124(2):253-258.|
|Anderson AE, Ellis BJ, Maas SA, Peters CL, Weiss JA. Validation of finite element predictions of cartilage contact pressure in the human hip joint. J Biomech Eng. October 2008;130(5):051008.|
|Anderson FC, Pandy MG. Dynamic optimization of human walking. J Biomech Eng. October 2001;123(5):381-390.|
|Koay EJ, Shieh AC, Athanasiou KA. Creep indentation of single cells. J Biomech Eng. June 2003;125(3):334-341.|
|Stok K. Determination of the Crack Propagation Mechanism and Fracture Toughness of Articular Cartilage [Master's thesis]. Queensland University of Technology; 2001.|
|Stok, Kathryn S.|
|Stok K. Biological Quantification of Murine Osteoarticular Joints Following Treatment Using Stem Cell-Based Gene Therapy [PhD thesis]. Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zürich; 2008.|
|Hipps D, Dobson PF, Warren C, McDonald D, Fuller A, Filby A, Bulmer D, Laude A, Russell O, Deehan DJ, Turnbull DM, Lawless C. Detecting respiratory chain defects in osteoblasts from osteoarthritic patients using imaging mass cytometry. Bone. May 2022;158:116371.|
|Araújo R, Martin V, Ferreira R, Fernandes MH, Gomes PS. A new ex vivo model of the bone tissue response to the hyperglycemic environment: the embryonic chicken femur organotypic culture in high glucose conditions. Bone. May 2022;158:116355.|
|Banica T, Vandewalle S, Zmierczak H-G, Goemaere S, De Buyser S, Fiers T, Kaufman J-M, De Schepper J, Lapauw B. The relationship between circulating hormone levels, bone turnover markers and skeletal development in healthy boys differs according to maturation stage. Bone. May 2022;158:116368.|
|Rooney AM, Ayobami OO, Kelly NH, Schimenti JC, Ross FP, van der Meulen MCH. Bone mass and adaptation to mechanical loading are sexually dimorphic in adult osteoblast-specific ERα knockout mice. Bone. May 2022;158:116349.|
|Yano S, Matsuura Y, Hagiwara S, Nakamura J, Kawarai Y, Suzuki T, Kanno K, Shoda J, Tsurumi Y, Ohtori S. Determinants of fracture type in the proximal femur: biomechanical study of fresh frozen cadavers and finite element models. Bone. May 2022;158:116352.|
|Wang H, Du T, Li R, Main RP, Yang H. Interactive effects of various loading parameters on the fluid dynamics within the lacunar-canalicular system for a single osteocyte. Bone. May 2022;158:116367.|
|Eiriksdottir G. Feeding and Assimilation by the White Sucker, Catostomus Commersoni [Master's thesis]. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University; 1974.|
|Mattia L, Davis S, Mark-Wagstaff C, Abrahamsen B, Peel N, Eastell R, Schini M. Utility of PINP to monitor osteoporosis treatment in primary care, the POSE study (PINP and Osteoporosis in Sheffield Evaluation). Bone. May 2022;158:116347.|