Recent Publications

Srinivasan, S., Gross, T.S., and Bain, S.D. (Epub 2012).  Bone Mechanotransduction May Require Augmentation in Order to Strengthen The Senescent Skeleton.  Ageing Research Reviews.

Aliprantis, A.O., Stolina, M., Kostenuik, P.J., Poliachik, S.L., Warner, S.E., Bain, S.D.,  Gross, T.S.  (2012). Transient muscle paralysis degrades bone via rapid osteoclastogenesisFaseb J., 26:1110-1118.

Ausk, B.J., Huber, P., Poliachik, S.L., Bain, S.D., Srinivasan, S., Gross, T.S. (2012).  Cortical bone resorption following muscle paralysis is spatially heterogeneous.  Bone, 50:14-22.

Srinivasan, S., Ausk B.J., Prasad J., Threet D., Bain S.D., Richardson T.S., Gross T.S. (2010).  Rescueing Loading Induced Bone Formation at Senescence.  PLoS Comput Biol, 6(9): e1000924.

Prasad J, Wiater B.P., Nork S.E., Bain S.D., Gross T.S. (2010) Characterizing gait induced normal strains in a murine tibia cortical bone defect model.  J Biomech, 43(14):2765-70. 

Poliachik, S.L., Bain, S.D., Threet, D., Huber, P. Gross, T.S. (2010).  Transient muscle paralysis disrupts bone homeostasis by rapid degradation of bone.  Bone, 46:18-23.

Gross, T.S., Poliachik, S.L., Prasad, J, and Bain, S.D. (2010).  The effect of muscle dysfunction on bone mass and morphology.  Journal of Musculoskeletal and Neuronal Interactions, 10(1):25-34.

Poliachik, S.L., Threet, D., Srinivasan, S., Gross, T.S. (2008).  32 wk old C3H/H3J mice actively respond to mechanical loading.  Bone, 42(4):653-659.