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  1. Mass PG, Boskey AL, Ziv I, Hauschka PV , Donovan SM, Howell DS, Cole DEC. Chemical and biomechanical characterization of hyperhomocysteinemic bone disease in an animal model. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders 2003 4:2.
  2. Danciu, TE, Adam RM, Naruse K, Freeman MR, Hauschka PV. Calcium regulates the PI3K-Akt pathway in stretched osteoblasts. FEBS Lett 2003; 536:193-7.
  3. Dolan MM, Hauschka PV . Osteoprotegerin and RANK-Fc: novel therapies for pathologic osteolysis. Harvard Orthopaed J 2002; 4: 97-100.
  4. Nielsen-Marsh CM, Ostrom PH, Gandhi H, Shapiro B, Cooper A, Hauschka PV, Collins MJ. Exceptional sequence preservation of osteocalcin protein and mitochondrial DNA in bison bones >55ka. Geology 2002; 30: 1099-1102.
  5. Wang ML, Hauschka PV, Tuan RS, Steinbeck MJ. Exposure to particles stimulates superoxide production by human THP-1 macrophages and avian HD-11EM osteoclasts activated by tumor necrosis factor-alpha and PMA. J Arthroplasty 2002; 17:335-46.
  6. McHugh KP, Solomon KR, Hauschka PV . New developments in the biology of osteoclasts and osteoblasts. Harvard Orthopaed J 2000; 2: 66-70.
  7. Solomon KR, Adolphson LD, Wank DA, McHugh KP, Hauschka PV . Caveolae in human and murine osteoblasts. J Bone Mineral Res 2000; 15: 2391-2401.
  8. Solomon KR, Danciu TE, Adolphson LD, Hecht LE, Hauschka PV . Caveolin-enriched membrane signaling complexes in human and murine osteoblasts. J Bone Mineral Res 2000; 15: 2380-2390.
  9. Ostrom PH, Schall M, Gandhi H, Shen TL, Hauschka PV , Strahler JR, Gage DA. New strategies for characterizing ancient proteins using matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization mass spectrometry. Geochim Cosmochim Acta 2000; 64: 1043-1050.
  10. Masse P, Delvin EE, Hauschka PV , Donovan SM, Grynpas MD, Mahuran JD, Watkins BA, Howell DS. Perturbations in factors that modulate osteoblast functions in vitamin B6 deficiency. Can J Physiol Pharmacol 2000; 78: 904-911.
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