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Melissa Knothe Tate
Melissa Knothe Tate
Professor, Founding Director, Blue Mountains World Interdisciplinary Innovation Institute
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The osteocyte
MLK Tate, JR Adamson, AE Tami, TW Bauer
The international journal of biochemistry & cell biology 36 (1), 1-8, 2004
5952004
"Whither flows the fluid in bone?" An osteocyte's perspective
ML Knothe Tate
J Biomech 36, 1409-1424, 2003
4192003
In vivo tracer transport through the lacunocanalicular system of rat bone in an environment devoid of mechanical loading.
MLT Knothe, P Niederer, U Knothe
Bone 22 (2), 107-117, 1998
3351998
Current insights on the regenerative potential of the periosteum: molecular, cellular, and endogenous engineering approaches
C Colnot, X Zhang, MLK Tate
Journal of Orthopaedic Research 30 (12), 1869-1878, 2012
2862012
In Vivo Demonstration of Load-Induced Fluid Flow in the Rat Tibia and Its Potential Implications For Processes Associated With Functional Adaptation
MLK Tate, R Steck, MR Forwood, P Niederer
Journal of Experimental Biology 203 (18), 2737-2745, 2000
2852000
High‐resolution, high‐throughput imaging with a multibeam scanning electron microscope
AL Eberle, S Mikula, R Schalek, J Lichtman, MLK Tate, D Zeidler
Journal of microscopy 259 (2), 114-120, 2015
2732015
Concise review: the periosteum: tapping into a reservoir of clinically useful progenitor cells
H Chang, ML Knothe Tate
Stem cells translational medicine 1 (6), 480-491, 2012
2152012
An ex vivo model to study transport processes and fluid flow in loaded bone
MLK Tate, U Knothe
Journal of Biomechanics 33 (2), 247-254, 2000
2102000
Experimental elucidation of mechanical load-induced fluid flow and its potential role in bone metabolism and functional adaptation
MLK Tate, ULF Knothe, P Niederer
The American journal of the medical sciences 316 (3), 189-195, 1998
1761998
The influence of mechanical stimulus on the pattern of tissue differentiation in a long bone fracture—an FEM study
TN Gardnera, T Stoll, L Marks, S Mishra, MK Tate
Journal of biomechanics 33 (4), 415-425, 2000
1602000
Flow-induced stress on adherent cells in microfluidic devices
J Shemesh, I Jalilian, A Shi, GH Yeoh, MLK Tate, ME Warkiani
Lab on a Chip 15 (21), 4114-4127, 2015
1442015
The role of interstitial fluid flow in the remodeling response to fatigue loading
AE Tami, P Nasser, O Verborgt, MB Schaffler, MLK Tate
Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 17 (11), 2030-2037, 2002
1392002
Mechanical modulation of osteochondroprogenitor cell fate
MLK Tate, TD Falls, SH McBride, R Atit, UR Knothe
The international journal of biochemistry & cell biology 40 (12), 2720-2738, 2008
1352008
Probing the tissue to subcellular level structure underlying bone's molecular sieving function
AE Tami, MB Schaffler, ML Knothe Tate
Biorheology 40 (6), 577-590, 2003
1332003
Modulation of stem cell shape and fate A: the role of density and seeding protocol on nucleus shape and gene expression
SH McBride, ML Knothe Tate
Tissue Engineering Part A 14 (9), 1561-1572, 2008
1192008
Idealization of pericellular fluid space geometry and dimension results in a profound underprediction of nano-microscale stresses imparted by fluid drag on osteocytes
EJ Anderson, MLK Tate
Journal of biomechanics 41 (8), 1736-1746, 2008
1182008
Testing of a new one-stage bone-transport surgical procedure exploiting the periosteum for the repair of long-bone defects
MLK Tate, TF Ritzman, E Schneider, UR Knothe
JBJS 89 (2), 307-316, 2007
1182007
Nano–microscale models of periosteocytic flow show differences in stresses imparted to cell body and processes
EJ Anderson, S Kaliyamoorthy, JID Alexander, MLK Tate
Annals of biomedical engineering 33, 52-62, 2005
1172005
Modulation of stem cell shape and fate B: mechanical modulation of cell shape and gene expression
SH McBride, T Falls, ML Knothe Tate
Tissue Engineering Part A 14 (9), 1573-1580, 2008
1152008
A finite element analysis for the prediction of load-induced fluid flow and mechanochemical transduction in bone
R Steck, P Niederer, MLK Tate
Journal of Theoretical Biology 220 (2), 249-259, 2003
1032003
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