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Scientific Reports, ISSN 2045-2322, 12/2019, Volume 9, Issue 1, pp. 5712 - 13
The cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying spinal deformity progression in adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS) remain poorly understood. In this study,... 
BIOMARKER | GENETIC EPIDEMIOLOGY | SERUM YKL-40 | INFLAMMATION | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | Chitinase | Haplotypes | Plasma | Molecular modelling | Scoliosis | Single-nucleotide polymorphism | Osteoblasts | Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay
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Scientific Reports, ISSN 2045-2322, 03/2017, Volume 7, Issue 1, p. 44260
The primary cilium is an outward projecting antenna-like organelle with an important role in bone mechanotransduction. The capacity to sense mechanical stimuli... 
LOCALIZATION | FLUID SHEAR-STRESS | MELATONIN SIGNALING DYSFUNCTION | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | SUSCEPTIBILITY LOCI | OSTEOGENIC DIFFERENTIATION | BONE-CELLS | WNT | ASSOCIATION | MECHANOSENSORS | FLOW | Paired Box Transcription Factors - genetics | Bone and Bones - pathology | Cell Adhesion Molecules - genetics | Scoliosis - genetics | Receptors, G-Protein-Coupled - metabolism | Homeodomain Proteins - metabolism | Humans | Gene Expression Profiling | Scoliosis - pathology | Exome | Bone and Bones - metabolism | Kinesin - genetics | Female | Fibroblast Growth Factor 3 - metabolism | Mechanotransduction, Cellular - genetics | Osteogenesis - genetics | Cilia - pathology | Fibroblast Growth Factor 3 - genetics | Gene Expression Regulation | Scoliosis - metabolism | Transcription Factors - genetics | Receptor Protein-Tyrosine Kinases - metabolism | Cell Adhesion Molecules - metabolism | T-Box Domain Proteins - genetics | Cilia - metabolism | Homeodomain Proteins - genetics | T-Box Domain Proteins - metabolism | Cilia - genetics | Kinesin - metabolism | Transcription Factors - metabolism | Carrier Proteins - genetics | Osteoblasts - pathology | Carrier Proteins - metabolism | Receptor Protein-Tyrosine Kinases - genetics | Adolescent | Receptors, G-Protein-Coupled - genetics | Primary Cell Culture | Osteoblasts - metabolism | Paired Box Transcription Factors - metabolism | Animal models | Mechanotransduction | Mechanical stimuli | Scoliosis | Elongation | Cilia
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SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, ISSN 2045-2322, 07/2019, Volume 9, Issue 1, pp. 10074 - 16
Adolescent idiopathic scoliosis is the most prevalent spine deformity and the molecular mechanisms underlying its pathophysiology remain poorly understood. We... 
REGULATORY COMPONENT | MECHANISM | MELATONIN SIGNALING DYSFUNCTION | DETERMINANTS | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | RECEPTOR | KINASE-C PHOSPHORYLATES | MEDIATED INHIBITION | OPIOID TOLERANCE | BINDING PROTEIN | ADENYLATE-CYCLASE | Spectroscopy | Phosphorylation | Melatonin | Molecular modelling | Scoliosis | Serine | Risk assessment | Isoforms | siRNA | Osteoblasts
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Medical Hypotheses, ISSN 0306-9877, 2008, Volume 72, Issue 3, pp. 348 - 352
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Scoliosis, ISSN 1748-7161, 06/2010, Volume 5, Issue 1, pp. 10 - 10
The curveback lineage of guppy is characterized by heritable idiopathic-type spinal curvature that develops during growth. Prior work has revealed several... 
Physiological aspects | Vertebrae | Research | Scoliosis | Risk factors
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by Sullivan, Patrick and Yuan, Maoli and Coleman, John and Destefano, Joanne and Zhang, Xinsheng and Yates, Nicole and Barouch, Dan and Ackerman, Margaret and Decamp, Allan and Alter, Galit and Tomaras, Georgia and Tomaras, Georgia and Montefiori, David and Montefiori, David and Rasmussen, Beth and Morrow, Gavin and Koff, Wayne and Kashuba, Angela and Kashuba, Angela and Mascola, John and Picker, Louis and Kent, Stephen and Selhorst, Philippe and Masson, Lindi and Ngandu, Nobubelo and Rademeyer, Cecilia and Karim, Quarraisha Abdool and Kijak, Gustavo and Barouch, Dan and Rasheed, Ata Ur and Havenar-Daughton, Colin and Pham, Matthew and Kovalenkov, Yevgeniy and Gumber, Sanjeev and Johnson, Matthew and Wrammert, Jens and Villinger, Francois and Haynes, Barton and Haynes, Barton and Fox, Christopher and Reed, Steve and Vasilakos, John and Tomai, Mark and Crotty, Shane and Ahmed, Rafi and Pulendran, Bali and Fukazawa, Yoshinori and Lifson, Jeffrey and Lifson, Jeffrey and Moore, Penny and Chatora, Kumbirai and Skorochod, Elisabeth and Madidi, Ngonidzashe and Gomez, Anabel and Ncube, Getrude and Sundaram, Maaya and Kretschmer, Steve and Pauthner, Matthias and Briney, Bryan and Lee, Jeong Hyun and Saye-Francisco, Karen and Hsueh, Jessica and Ramos, Alejandra and Le, Khoa and Jones, Meaghan and Jardine, Joseph and Bastidas, Raiza and Sarkar, Anita and Liang, Chi-Hui and Wilson, Ian and Ward, Andrew and Zhu, Jiang and Poignard, Pascal and Burton, Dennis and Krebs, Shelly and Law, Wiliam and Gift, Syna and Chenine, Agnes and Rolland, Morgane and Moody, M. Anthony and Jarosinski, Marissa and Georgiev, Ivelin and Chuang, Gwo-Yu and Chuang, Gwo-Yu and Asokan, Mangaiarkarasi and Bailer, Robert T and Cale, Evan M and Louder, Mark and Kwong, Peter D and Polonis, Victoria and Tovanabutra, Sodsai and Robb, Merlin and Mascola, John R and Wibmer, Constantinos Kurt and Wibmer, Constantinos Kurt and Madzorera, Vimbai S and Doria-Rose, Nicole A and Morris, Lynn and Moore, Penny L and Anthony, Colin and ...
AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses, ISSN 0889-2229, 10/2016, Volume 32, Issue S1, pp. 1 - 409
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by Ghinda, Diana and Chen, Suzan and Bedaiwy, Mahmoud and Jabri, Hussam and Alshardan, Mohammad and Taccone, Michael S and Lai, Carolyn and Rabski, Jessica and Tsai, Eve and Dedek, Annemarie and Xu, Jian and Tsai, Eve and Lombroso, Paul and Hildebrand, Mike and Mothe, Andrea and Tator, Charles H and Siladi, Andrew and Nally, Jaqueline and Stirling, David and Keller, Anastasia and Buckley, Christian and Shum-Siu, Alice and Magnuson, David and Rosenbaum, Benjamin P and Kelly, Michael L and Ahuja, Christopher and Ahuja, Christopher and Nori, Satoshi and Khazaei, Mohamad and Ahlfors, Jan-Eric and Liu, Yang and Wang, Jian and Fuehrmann, Tobias and Pakulska, Malgosia and Hettiaratchi, Marian H and Poon, Peter and Shoichet, Molly S and Fehlings, Michael G and Fehlings, Michael G and Fehlings, Michael G and Hazrati, Lili-Naz and Cherian, Leela and Nilewski, Lizanne and Tour, James M and Kent, Thomas A and Robertson, Claudia S and Wilde, Elisabeth and Newsome, Mary and Scheibel, Randall and Troyanskaya, Maya and Velez, Carmen and Wade, Benjamin and Drennon, Ann Marie and York, Gerald and Bigler, Erin and Abildskov, Tracy and Taylor, Brian and Jaramillo, Carlos and Eapen, Blessen and Belanger, Heather and Morey, Rajendra and Haswell, Courtney and Levin, Harvey and Hinds, Sidney and Walker, William and Walker, William and Kochunov, Peter and Jahanshad, Neda and Thompson, Paul and Tate, David and Statz, Jonathan and Goodrich, Jessica and Goforth, Cdr Carl and Tschiffely, Anna E and Arena, John D and Smith, Douglas H and Wolf, John A and Johnson, Victoria E and Rhodes, James and Friess, Stuart and Lee, Taylor and Lycke, Roy J and Jang, Ikbeom and Vike, Nicole L and Nauman, Eric A and Talavage, Thomas M and Rispoli, Joseph V and Alonso-Escalante, Jose and Fulton, William and Sodhi, Chhinder and Hackam, David J and Nasr, Isam W and Hubbard, W B and Joseph, Binoy and Spry, Malinda L and Vekaria, Hemendra J and Saatman, Kathryn and Sullivan, Patrick G and Sullivan, Patrick G and Vascak, Michal and ...
Journal of Neurotrauma, ISSN 0897-7151, 08/2018, Volume 35, Issue 16, pp. A-1 - A-285
[...]the vast majority of basic science pain research ends at target identification and validation in rodent models of chronic pain without confirmation in... 
Abstracts | Neurosciences | Keywords | Traumatic brain injury | Cytokines | Central nervous system | Inflammation | Gene expression | Trauma | Studies | Brain research | Hospitals | Pain | Rodents | Stem cells | DNA methylation | Biomarkers | Spinal cord injuries | Growth factors | Research centers | Proteins
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1986, Bibliographies and indexes in religious studies, ISBN 0313253978, Volume no. 7, xiv, 388 p. --
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American Heart Journal, ISSN 0002-8703, 2010, Volume 160, Issue 5, pp. 785 - 794.e10
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