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2001The osteoclastogenic molecules RANKL and RANK are associated with periprosthetic osteolysisHaynes, D.; Crotti, T.; Potter, A.; Loric, M.; Atkins, G.; Howie, D.; Findlay, D.
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.
2000The effect of particle phagocytosis and metallic wear particles on osteoclast formation and bone resorption in vitroNeale, S.; Haynes, D.; Howie, D.; Murray, D.; Athanasou, N.
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.
2011Role of polyethylene particles in peri-prosthetic osteolysis: A reviewAtkins, G.; Haynes, D.; Howie, D.; Findlay, D.
1997In vitro human monocyte response to wear particles of titanium alloy containing vanadium or niobiumRogers, S.; Howie, D.; Graves, S.; Pearcy, M.; Haynes, D.
1997Regulation of bone cells by particle-activated mononuclear phagocytesHaynes, D.; Hay, S.; Rogers, S.; Ohta, S.; Howie, D.; Graves, S.
1996Drug inhibition of the macrophage response to metal wear particles in vitroHaynes, D.; Rogers, S.; Howie, D.; Pearcy, M.; Vernon-Roberts, B.
2002Periprosthetic osteolysis is associated with wear particles stimulating factors that control osteoclast formationAtkins, G.; Crotti, T.; Loric, M.; Findlay, D.; Howie, D.; Bain, G.; Haynes, D.
1997The role of polyethylene wear in joint replacement failureMcGee, M.; Howie, D.; Neale, S.; Haynes, D.; Pearcy, M.