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2009The generation of osteoclasts from RAW 264.7 precursors in defined, serum-free conditionsVincent, C.; Kogawa, M.; Findlay, D.; Atkins, G.
2009Vitamin K promotes mineralization, osteoblast-to-osteocyte transition, and an anticatabolic phenotype by y-carboxylation-dependent and -independent mechanismsAtkins, G.; Welldon, K.; Wijenayaka, A.; Bonewald, L.; Findlay, D.
2000Enhanced expression of osteocalcin mRNA in human osteoarthritic trabecular bone of the proximal femur is associated with decreased expression of interleukin-6 and interleukin-11 mRNAFindlay, D.; Atkins, G.; Forwood, M.; Kuliwaba, J.; Fazzalari, N.
2012Biocompatible polymer coating of titania nanotube arrays for improved drug elution and osteoblast adhesionGulati, K.; Ramakrishnan, S.; Aw, M.; Atkins, G.; Findlay, D.; Losic, D.
2004Increased expression of IL-6 and RANK mRNA in human trabecular bone from fragility fracture of the femoral neckTsangari, H.; Findlay, D.; Kuliwaba, J.; Atkins, G.; Fazzalari, N.
2010Critical molecular regulators, histomorphometric indices and their correlations in the trabecular bone in primary hip osteoarthritisKumarasinghe, D.; Perilli, E.; Tsangari, H.; Truong, L.; Kuliwaba, J.; Hopwood, B.; Atkins, G.; Fazzalari, N.
2009Biomimetic hydroxyapatite coating on glass coverslips for the assay of osteoclast activity in vitroWijenayaka, A.; Colby, C.; Atkins, G.; Majewski, P.
2011TWEAK and TNF regulation of sclerostin: a novel pathway for the regulation of bone remodellingFindlay, D.; Atkins, G.
2011Relationship between serum RANKL and RANKL in boneFindlay, D.; Atkins, G.
2001The ratio of messenger RNA levels of receptor activator of nuclear factor kB ligand to osteoprotegerin correlates with bone remodeling indices in normal human cancellous bone but not in osteoarthritisFazzalari, N.; Kuliwaba, J.; Atkins, G.; Forwood, M.; Findlay, D.