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Cyclic loading increases friction and changes cartilage surface integrity in lubricin-mutant mouse knees.

Drewniak EI, Jay GD, Fleming BC, Zhang L, Warman ML, Crisco JJ. Cyclic loading increases friction and changes cartilage surface integrity in lubricin-mutant mouse knees. Arthritis Rheum. 2012 Feb; 64(2):465-73.

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