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2005Human trabecular bone-derived osteoblasts support human osteoclast formation in vitro in a defined, serum-free mediumAtkins, G.; Kostakis, P.; Welldon, K.; Vincent, C.; Findlay, D.; Zannettino, A.
2005Osteoprotegerin (OPG) is localized to the Weibel-Palade bodies of human vascular endothelial cells and is physically associated with von Willebrand factorZannettino, A.; Holding, C.; Diamond, P.; Atkins, G.; Kostakis, P.; Farrugia, A.; Gamble, J.; To, L.; Findlay, D.; Haynes, D.
2006RANK expression as a cell surface marker of human osteoclast precursors in peripheral blood, bone marrow, and giant cell tumors of boneAtkins, G.; Kostakis, P.; Vincent, C.; Farrugia, A.; Houchins, J.; Findlay, D.; Evdokiou, A.; Zannettino, A.
2013Periprosthetic osteolysis after total hip replacement: molecular pathology and clinical managementHowie, D.; Neale, S.; Haynes, D.; Holubowycz, O.; McGee, M.; Solomon, L.; Callary, S.; Atkins, G.; Findlay, D.
2013Calcium induces pro-anabolic effects on human primary osteoblasts associated with acquisition of mature osteocyte markersWelldon, K.; Findlay, D.; Evdokiou, A.; Ormsby, R.; Atkins, G.
2009Strontium ranelate treatment of human primary osteoblasts promotes an osteocyte-like phenotype while eliciting an osteoprotegerin responseAtkins, G.; Welldon, K.; Halbout, P.; Findlay, D.
2001Enhanced apoptosis of soft tissue sarcoma cells with chemotherapy: A potential new approach using TRAILClayer, M.; Bouralexis, S.; Evdokiou, A.; Hay, S.; Atkins, G.; Findlay, D.
2001Chemotherapeutic drugs sensitise osteogenic sarcoma cells but not normal human bone cells to TRAIL-mediated apoptosisAtkins, G.; Evdokiou, A.; Bouralexis, S.; Chai, F.; Hay, S.; Clayer, M.; Findlay, D.
2015Nanoengineered drug releasing aluminium wire implants: a model study for localized bone therapyRahman, S.; Atkins, G.; Findlay, D.; Losic, D.
2013Critical role of p38 MAPK for regeneration of the sciatic nerve following crush injury in vivoKato, N.; Matsumoto, M.; Kogawa, M.; Atkins, G.; Findlay, D.; Fujikawa, T.; Oda, H.; Ogata, M.