Items where Author is "Shah, M"

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Al Hosni, R and Shah, M and Cheema, U and Roberts, H and Luyten, F and Roberts, S (2020) Mapping human serum–induced gene networks as a basis for the creation of biomimetic periosteum for bone repair. Cytotherapy. ISSN 14653249

Crespo-Enriquez, I and Hodgson, T and Zakaria, S and Cadoni, E and Shah, M and Allen, S and Al-Krishali, A and Mao, Y and Yiu, A and Villagomez-Olea, G and Petzold, J and Pitsillides, A A and Irvine, K and Francis-West, P (2019) Dchs1-Fat4 regulation of osteogenic differentiation in mouse. DEVELOPMENT, 146.

Pavlou, M and Shah, M and Gikas, P and Briggs, T and Roberts, S J and Cheema, U (2019) Osteomimetic matrix components alter cell migration and drug response in a 3D tumour-engineered osteosarcoma model. Acta Biomaterialia, 96. pp. 247-257.

Meeson, R L and Perpétuo, I P and Parsons, K J and Orriss, I R and Shah, M and Pitsillides, A A and Doube, M (2019) The in vitro behaviour of canine osteoblasts derived from different bone types. BMC Veterinary Research, 15 (114).

Vas, W J and Shah, M and Blacker, T S and Duchen, M R and Sibbons, P and Roberts, S J (2018) Decellularized Cartilage Directs Chondrogenic Differentiation: Creation of a Fracture Callus Mimetic. Tissue Engineering Part A, 24 (17-18).

Poulet, B and Liu, K and Plumb, D and Vo, P and Shah, M and Staines, K A and Sampson, A and Nakamura, H and Nagase, H and Carriero, A and Shefelbine, S and Pitsillides, A A and Bou-Gharios, G (2016) Overexpression of TIMP-3 in chondrocytes produces transient reduction in growth plate length but permanently reduces adult bone quality and quantity. PLoS One, 11 (12). e0167971.

Lidster, K and Jefferys, J G and Blumcke, I and Crunelli, V and Flecknell, P A and Frenguelli, B G and Gray, W P and Kaminski, R and Pitkaenen, A and Ragan, I and Shah, M and Imonato, M and Trevelyan, A and Volk, H A and Walker, M and Yates, N and Prescott, M J (2016) Opportunities for improving animal welfare in rodent models of epilepsy and seizures. JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE METHODS, 260. pp. 2-25.

Poulet, B and Liu, K and Plumb, D and Vo, P and Shah, M and Staines, K A and Sampson, A and Nakamura, H and Nagase, H and Shefelbine, S and Pitsillides, A A and Bou-Gharios, G and Carrierro, A (2016) CHONDROCYTE-SPECIFIC TIMP3 OVEREXPRESSION DISRUPTS ENDOCHONDRAL GROWTH AND COMPROMISES BONE STRUCTURE AND INTEGRITY: FUNCTIONAL IMPACT OF THE CHONDROCYTE-TO-OSTEOBLAST LINEAGE. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PATHOLOGY, 97 (6). A7-A7.

Shah, M and Gburcik, V and Reilly, P and Sankey, R A and Emery, R J and Clarkin, C E and Pitsillides, A A (2015) Local origins impart conserved bone type-related differences in human osteoblast behaviour. EUROPEAN CELLS & MATERIALS, 29. pp. 155-176.

Taylor, S E and Shah, M and Orriss, I R (2014) Generation of rodent and human osteoblasts. BoneKEy Reports, 3 (585).

Jeyabalan, J and Shah, M and Viollet, B and Chenu, C (2012) AMP-activated protein kinase pathway and bone metabolism. JOURNAL OF ENDOCRINOLOGY, 212 (3). pp. 277-290.

Jeyabalan, J and Shah, M and Viollet, B and Roux, J P and Chavassieux, P and Korbonits, M and Chenu, C (2012) Mice lacking AMP-activated protein kinase alpha 1 catalytic subunit have increased bone remodeling and modified skeletal responses to hormonal challenges induced by ovariectomy and intermittent PTH treatment. JOURNAL OF ENDOCRINOLOGY, 214 (3). pp. 349-358.

Shah, M and Kola, B and Bataveljic, A and Arnett, T R and Viollet, B and Saxon, L and Korbonits, M and Chenu, C (2010) AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK) activation regulates in vitro bone formation and bone mass. BONE, 47 (2). pp. 309-319.

Conference or Workshop Item

Yiu, C T and Zakaria, S and Shah, M and Mao, Y and Martin, T and Pitsillides, A A and Irvine, K D and Francis-West, P (2015) FAT-HIPPO SIGNALLING IN BONE DEVELOPMENT. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Shah, M and Viollet, B and Korbonits, M and Chenu, C (2011) DELETION OF AMP-ACTIVATED PROTEIN KINASE (AMPK)-ALPHA 1 CATALYTIC SUBUNIT IN MICE IMPAIRS THE IN VIVO RESPONSE OF BONES TO HORMONAL CHALLENGES. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Shah, M and Kola, B and Sunters, A and Korbonits, M and Chenu, C (2008) AMP-ACTIVATED PROTEIN KINASE (AMPK) PLAYS A ROLE IN OSTEOBLAST FUNCTION. In: UNSPECIFIED.

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