Items where Author is "Sugiyama, T"

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Galea, G L and Meakin, L B and Sugiyama, T and Zebda, N and Sunters, A and Taipaleenmaki, H and Stein, G S and van Wijnen, A J and Lanyon, L E and Price, J S (2013) Estrogen Receptor alpha Mediates Proliferation of Osteoblastic Cells Stimulated by Estrogen and Mechanical Strain, but Their Acute Down-regulation of the Wnt Antagonist Sost Is Mediated by Estrogen Receptor beta. JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY, 288 (13). pp. 9035-9048.

Sugiyama, T and Meakin, L B and Galea, G L and Lanyon, L E and Price, J S (2013) The cyclooxygenase-2 selective inhibitor NS-398 does not influence trabecular or cortical bone gain resulting from repeated mechanical loading in female mice. OSTEOPOROSIS INTERNATIONAL, 24 (1). pp. 383-388.

Saxon, L K and Jackson, B F and Sugiyama, T and Lanyon, L E and Price, J S (2011) Analysis of multiple bone responses to graded strains above functional levels, and to disuse, in mice in vivo show that the human Lrp5 G171V High Bone Mass mutation increases the osteogenic response to loading but that lack of Lrp5 activity reduces it. BONE, 49 (2). pp. 184-193.

Moustafa, A and Sugiyama, T and Prasad, J and Zaman, G and Gross, TS and Lanyon, L E and Price, J S (2011) Mechanical loading-related changes in osteocyte sclerostin expression in mice are more closely associated with the subsequent osteogenic response than the peak strains engendered. OSTEOPOROSIS INTERNATIONAL, 23 (41). pp. 1225-1234.

Sugiyama, T and Meakin, L B and Galea, G L and Jackson, B F and Lanyon, L E and Ebetino, F H and Russell, R G G and Price, J S (2011) Risedronate does not reduce mechanical loading-related increases in cortical and trabecular bone mass in mice. BONE, 49 (1). pp. 133-139.

Galea, G L and Sunters, A and Meakin, L B and Zaman, G and Sugiyama, T and Lanyon, L E and Price, J S (2011) Sost down-regulation by mechanical strain in human osteoblastic cells involves PGE2 signaling via EP4. FEBS LETTERS, 585 (15). pp. 2450-2454.

Sugiyama, T and Price, J S and Lanyon, L E (2010) Functional adaptation to mechanical loading in both cortical and cancellous bone is controlled locally and is confined to the loaded bones. BONE, 46 (2). pp. 314-321.

Sugiyama, T and Galea, G L and Lanyon, L E and Price, J S (2010) Mechanical Loading-Related Bone Gain Is Enhanced by Tamoxifen but Unaffected by Fulvestrant in Female Mice. Endocrinology, 151 (12). pp. 5582-5590.

Moustafa, A and Sugiyama, T and Saxon, L K and Zaman, G and Sunters, A and Armstrong, V J and Javaheri, B and Lanyon, L E and Price, J S (2009) The mouse fibula as a suitable bone for the study of functional adaptation to mechanical loading. BONE, 44 (5). pp. 930-935.

Sugiyama, T and Saxon, L K and Zaman, G and Moustafa, A and Sunters, A and Price, J S and Lanyon, L E (2008) Mechanical loading enhances the anabolic effects of intermittent parathyroid hormone (1-34) on trabecular and cortical bone in mice. BONE, 43 (2). pp. 238-248.

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Saxon, L K and Sugiyama, T and Price, J S and Lanyon, L E (2007) THE LRP5 GAIN OF FUNCTION MUTATION IS ASSOCIATED WITH AN INCREASED OSTEOGENIC RESPONSE TO LOADING IN TRABECULAR AS WELL AS CORTICAL BONE IN FEMALE BUT NOT MALE MICE. In: UNSPECIFIED.

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Sugiyama, T and Saxon, L K and Zaman, G and Moustafa, A and Sunters, A and Price, J S and Lanyon, L E (2009) ERRATUM TO MECHANICAL LOADING ENHANCES THE ANABOLIC EFFECTS OF INTERMITTENT PARATHYROID HORMONE (1-34) ON TRABECULAR AND CORTICAL BONE IN MICE. UNSPECIFIED.

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