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2006EF121765 Ovis aries nuclear factor kappa B ligand mRNA, partial cdsZarrinkalam, M.; Atkins, G.; Natrass, G.; Beard, H.; Findlay, D.
2006EF121766 Ovis aries osteoprotegerin mRNA, partial cdsRinkalam, M.; Atkins, G.; Natrass, G.; Beard, H.; Findlay, D.
2004NM_001004419 Homo sapiens C-type lectin domain family 2, member D (CLEC2D), transcript variant 2, mRNAHu, Y.; Atkins, G.; Zhou, H.; Myers, D.; Quinn, J.; Ly, C.; Gange, C.; Kartsogiannis, V.; Elliott, J.; Kostakis, P.; Zannettino, A.; Cromer, B.; McKinstry, W.; Findlay, D.; Gillespie, M.; Ng, K.
2004NM_013269 Homo sapiens C-type lectin domain family 2, member D (CLEC2D), transcript variant 1, mRNAHu, Y.; Atkins, G.; Zhou, H.; Myers, D.; Quinn, J.; Ly, C.; Gange, C.; Kartsogiannis, V.; Elliott, J.; Kostakis, P.; Zannettino, A.; Cromer, B.; McKinstry, W.; Findlay, D.; Gillespie, M.; Ng, K.
2001The osteoclastogenic molecules RANKL and RANK are associated with periprosthetic osteolysisHaynes, D.; Crotti, T.; Potter, A.; Loric, M.; Atkins, G.; Howie, D.; Findlay, D.
2002Calcitonin decreases the adherence and survival of HEK-293 cells by a caspase-independent mechanismFindlay, D.; Raggatt, L.; Bouralexis, S.; Hay, S.; Atkins, G.; Evdokiou, A.
2009The induction of a catabolic phenotype in human primary osteoblasts and osteocytes by polyethylene particlesAtkins, G.; Welldon, K.; Holding, C.; Haynes, D.; Howie, D.; Findlay, D.
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.