Items where Author is "Heinegard, D"

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Mueller, C and Khabut, A and Dudhia, J and Reinholt, F P and Aspberg, A and Heinegard, D and Onnerfjord, P (2014) Quantitative proteomics at different depths in human articular cartilage reveals unique patterns of protein distribution. MATRIX BIOLOGY, 40. pp. 34-45.

Dakin, S G and Smith, R K W and Heinegard, D and Onnerfjord, P and Khabut, A and Dudhia, J (2014) Proteomic Analysis of Tendon Extracellular Matrix Reveals Disease Stage- specific Fragmentation and Differential Cleavage of COMP ( Cartilage Oligomeric Matrix Protein). JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY, 289 (8). pp. 4919-4927.

Smith, R K W and McIlwraith, W and Schweitzer, R and Kadler, K and Cook, J and Caterson, B and Dakin, S G and Heinegard, D and Screen, H and Stover, S and Crevier-Denoix, N and Clegg, P and Collins, M and Little, C and Frisbie, D and Kjaer, M and Van Weeren, R and Werpy, N and Denoix, J M and Carr, A and Goldberg, A and Bramlage, L and Smith, M and Nixon, A (2014) Advances in the understanding of tendinopathies: A report on the Second Havemeyer Workshop on equine tendon disease. EQUINE VETERINARY JOURNAL, 46 (1). pp. 4-9.

Smith, R K W and Onnerfjord, P and Dudhia, J and Damidez, S and Dakin, S G and Heinegard, D (2013) DEVELOPMENT OF A NEO-EPITOPE ASSAY FOR THE DETECTION OF TENDON DISEASE. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PATHOLOGY, 94 (1). A10-A10.

Smith, M R W and Wright, I M and Minshall, G J and Dudhia, J and Verheyen, K L P and Heinegard, D and Smith, R K W (2011) Increased Cartilage Oligomeric Matrix Protein Concentrations in Equine Digital Flexor Tendon Sheath Synovial Fluid Predicts Intrathecal Tendon Damage. VETERINARY SURGERY, 40 (1). pp. 54-58.

Dudhia, J and Scott, C M and Draper, E R C and Heinegard, D and Pitsillides, A A and Smith, R K W (2007) Aging enhances a mechanically-induced reduction in tendon strength by an active process involving matrix metalloproteinase activity. AGING CELL, 6 (4). pp. 547-556.

Skioldebrand, E and Heinegard, D and Eloranta, M L and Nilsson, G and Dudhia, J and Sandgren, B and Ekinan, S (2005) Enhanced concentration of COMP (cartilage oligomeric matrix protein) in osteochondral fractures from racing Thoroughbreds. JOURNAL OF ORTHOPAEDIC RESEARCH, 23 (1). pp. 156-163.

Sodersten, F and Ekman, S and Eloranta, M L and Heinegard, D and Dudhia, J and Hultenby, K (2005) Ultrastructural immunolocalization of cartilage oligomeric matrix protein (COMP) in relation to collagen fibrils in the equine tendon. MATRIX BIOLOGY, 24 (5). pp. 376-385.

Johnson, A and Smith, R K W and Saxne, T and Hickery, M S and Heinegard, D (2004) Fibronectin fragments cause release and degradation of collagen-binding molecules from equine explant cultures. OSTEOARTHRITIS AND CARTILAGE, 12 (2). pp. 149-159.

Goodman, S A and May, S A and Heinegard, D and Smith, R K W (2004) Tenocyte response to cyclical strain and transforming growth factor beta is dependent upon age and site of origin. BIORHEOLOGY, 41 (5). pp. 613-628.

McAlinden, A and Dudhia, J and Bolton, M C and Lorenzo, P and Heinegard, D and Bayliss, M T (2001) Age-related changes in the synthesis and mRNA expression of decorin and aggrecan in human meniscus and articular cartilage. OSTEOARTHRITIS AND CARTILAGE, 9 (1). pp. 33-41.

Smith, R K W and Heinegard, D (2000) Cartilage oligomeric matrix protein (COMP) levels in digital sheath synovial fluid and serum with tendon injury. EQUINE VETERINARY JOURNAL, 32 (1). pp. 52-58.

Conference or Workshop Item

Dakin, S G and Smith, R K W and Heinegard, D and Onnerfjord, P and Dudhia, J (2013) FRAGMENTATION PATTERNS OF TENDON EXTRACELLULAR MATRIX PROTEINS WITH INJURY. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Smith, R K W and Birch, H L and Goodman, S and Heinegard, D and Goodship, A E (2002) The influence of ageing and exercise on tendon growth and degeneration - hypotheses for the initiation and prevention of strain-induced tendinopathies. In: UNSPECIFIED.

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