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Academic Article Partial reductions in mechanical loading yield proportional changes in bone density, bone architecture, and muscle mass.
Academic Article Sclerostin antibody inhibits skeletal deterioration due to reduced mechanical loading.
Academic Article Partial weight suspension: a novel murine model for investigating adaptation to reduced musculoskeletal loading.
Concept Hindlimb
Concept Hindlimb Suspension
Academic Article Spaceflight and hind limb unloading induce similar changes in electrical impedance characteristics of mouse gastrocnemius muscle.
Academic Article Combined effects of botulinum toxin injection and hind limb unloading on bone and muscle.
Grant Musculoskeletal Response to Partial Weight Bearing
Academic Article Sclerostin antibody inhibits skeletal deterioration in mice exposed to partial weight-bearing.
Academic Article Treatment With a Soluble Bone Morphogenetic Protein Type 1A Receptor (BMPR1A) Fusion Protein Increases Bone Mass and Bone Formation in Mice Subjected to Hindlimb Unloading.
Academic Article Mimicking a Space Mission to Mars Using Hindlimb Unloading and Partial Weight Bearing in Rats.
Academic Article Abaloparatide treatment increases bone formation, bone density and bone strength without increasing bone resorption in a rat model of hindlimb unloading.
Academic Article Spaceflight and hind limb unloading induces an arthritic phenotype in knee articular cartilage and menisci of rodents.
Academic Article RNAseq and RNA molecular barcoding reveal differential gene expression in cortical bone following hindlimb unloading in female mice.
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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.