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2009De-sulfation of MG-63 cell glycosaminoglycans delays in vitro osteogenesis, up-regulates cholesterol synthesis and disrupts cell cycle and the actin cytoskeletonKumarasuriyar, A.; Lee, I.; Nurcombe, V. ; Cool, S.M. 
2007Disruption of heparan and chondroitin sulfate signaling enhances mesenchymal stem cell-derived osteogenic differentiation via bone morphogenetic protein signaling pathwaysManton, K.J.; Leong, D.F.M.; Cool, S.M. ; Nurcombe, V. 
2007Glycosaminoglycan and growth factor mediated murine calvarial cell proliferationManton, K.J.; Haupt, L.M.; Vengadasalam, K.; Nurcombe, V. ; Cool, S.M. ; Manton, K.J.
2009Glycosaminoglycan composition changes with MG-63 osteosarcoma osteogenesis in vitro and induces human mesenchymal stem cell aggregationKumarasuriyar, A.; Murali, S.; Nurcombe, V. ; Cool, S.M. 
2007Heparan sulfate regulates the anabolic activity of MC3T3-E1 preosteoblast cells by induction of Runx2Jackson, R.A.; Murali, S.; Nurcombe, V. ; Cool, S.M. ; Van, Wijnen A.J.; Stein, G.S.
2006Heparan sulfate regulation of progenitor cell fateCool, S.M. ; Nurcombe, V. 
2007In vitro biocompatibility and bioactivity of microencapsulated heparan sulfateLuong-Van, E.; Nurcombe, V. ; Cool, S. ; Grondahl, L.
1-Sep-2007Investigations into poly(3-hydroxybutyrate-co-3-hydroxyvalerate) surface properties causing delayed osteoblast growthKeen, I.; Raggatt, L.J.; Cool, S.M. ; Nurcombe, V.; Fredericks, P.; Trau, M.; Grøndahl, L.
2007Isolation of a native osteoblast matrix with a specific affinity for BMP2Grunert, M.; Dombrowski, C.; Sadasivam, M.; Manton, K.; Cool, S.M. ; Nurcombe, V. 
2006Long-term loading inhibits ERK1/2 phosphorylation and increases FGFR3 expression in MC3T3-E1 osteoblast cellsJackson, R.A.; Kumarasuriyar, A.; Nurcombe, V. ; Cool, S.M. 
2007Osteogenic differentiation of murine embryonic stem cells is mediated by fibroblast growth factor receptorsKee, W.N.; Speicher, T.; Dombrowski, C.; Helledie, T.; Haupt, L.M.; Nurcombe, V. ; Cool, S.M. 
2007Poly(3-hydroxybutyrate-co-3-hydroxyvalerate) composite biomaterials for bone tissue regeneration: In vitro performance assessed by osteoblast proliferation, osteoclast adhesion and resorption, and macrophage proinflammatory responseCool, S.M. ; Kenny, B.; Nurcombe, V. ; Wu, A.; Trau, M.; Grondahl, L.; Cassady, A.I.
Nov-2009Porcine bone marrow stromal cell differentiation on heparin-adsorbed poly(e-caprolactone)-tricalcium phosphate-collagen scaffoldsChum, Z.Z.; Woodruff, M.A.; Cool, S.M. ; Hutmacher, D.W.
2007Regulated expression of syndecan-4 in rat calvaria osteoblasts induced by fibroblast growth factor-2Song, S.J.; Cool, S.M. ; Nurcombe, V. 
16-Dec-2005Role of growth hormone receptor signaling in osteogenesis from murine bone marrow progenitor cellsCool, S.M. ; Grünert, M.; Jackson, R.; Li, H.; Nurcombe, V.; Waters, M.J.
2009Runx2, p53, and pRB status as diagnostic parameters for deregulation of osteoblast growth and differentiation in a new pre-chemotherapeutic osteosarcoma cell line (OS1)Pereira, B.P. ; Aung, K.Z. ; Pho, R.W.H. ; Cool, S.M. ; Nathan, S.S. ; Zhou, Y. ; Gupta, A. ; Leong, D.T. ; Salto-Tellez, M. ; Van, Wijnen A.J. ; Ling, L.; Galindo, M.; Stein, G.S.
2007Selection using the alpha-1 integrin (CD49a) enhances the multipotentiality of the mesenchymal stem cell population from heterogeneous bone marrow stromal cellsRider, D.A.; Nalathamby, T.; Nurcombe, V. ; Cool, S.M. 
Dec-2005Substrate induction of osteogenesis from marrow-derived mesenchymal precursorsCool, S.M. ; Nurcombe, V.
2007Sustained release and osteogenic potential of heparan sulfate-doped fibrin glue scaffolds within a rat cranial modelWoodruff, M.A. ; Rath, S.N.; Susanto, E.; Hutmacher, D.W. ; Haupt, L.M.; Nurcombe, V. ; Cool, S.M. 
2007Temporal and functional changes in glycosaminoglycan expression during osteogenesisNurcombe, V. ; Goh, F.J.; Haupt, L.M.; Murali, S.; Cool, S.M.