Stefan Judex
Stefan Judex
Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Stony Brook University
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Mechanical signals as anabolic agents in bone
E Ozcivici, YK Luu, B Adler, YX Qin, J Rubin, S Judex, CT Rubin
Nature Reviews Rheumatology 6 (1), 50-59, 2010
Low‐level, high‐frequency mechanical signals enhance musculoskeletal development of young women with low BMD
V Gilsanz, TAL Wren, M Sanchez, F Dorey, S Judex, C Rubin
Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 21 (9), 1464-1474, 2006
The anabolic activity of bone tissue, suppressed by disuse, is normalized by brief exposure to extremely low‐magnitude mechanical stimuli
C Rubin, G Xu, S Judex
The FASEB Journal 15 (12), 2225-2229, 2001
Low-magnitude mechanical signals that stimulate bone formation in the ovariectomized rat are dependent on the applied frequency but not on the strain magnitude
S Judex, X Lei, D Han, C Rubin
Journal of biomechanics 40 (6), 1333-1339, 2007
Low-level mechanical vibrations can influence bone resorption and bone formation in the growing skeleton
L Xie, JM Jacobson, ES Choi, B Busa, LR Donahue, LM Miller, CT Rubin, ...
Bone 39 (5), 1059-1066, 2006
Mechanical stimulation of mesenchymal stem cell proliferation and differentiation promotes osteogenesis while preventing dietary‐induced obesity
YK Luu, E Capilla, CJ Rosen, V Gilsanz, JE Pessin, S Judex, CT Rubin
Journal of bone and mineral research 24 (1), 50-61, 2009
Adipogenesis is inhibited by brief, daily exposure to high-frequency, extremely low-magnitude mechanical signals
CT Rubin, E Capilla, YK Luu, B Busa, H Crawford, DJ Nolan, V Mittal, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (45), 17879-17884, 2007
Strain gradients correlate with sites of exercise‐induced bone‐forming surfaces in the adult skeleton
S Judex, TS Gross, RF Zernicke
Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 12 (10), 1737-1745, 1997
Inhibition of osteopenia by low magnitude, high-frequency mechanical stimuli
CT Rubin, DW Sommerfeldt, S Judex, YX Qin
Drug discovery today 6 (16), 848-858, 2001
Low‐level accelerations applied in the absence of weight bearing can enhance trabecular bone formation
R Garman, G Gaudette, LR Donahue, C Rubin, S Judex
Journal of orthopaedic research 25 (6), 732-740, 2007
High-impact exercise and growing bone: relation between high strain rates and enhanced bone formation
S Judex, RF Zernicke
Journal of applied physiology 88 (6), 2183-2191, 2000
Enhancement of the adolescent murine musculoskeletal system using low-level mechanical vibrations
L Xie, C Rubin, S Judex
Journal of applied physiology 104 (4), 1056-1062, 2008
Mechanical load stimulates expression of novel genesin vivoandin vitroin avian flexor tendon cells
AJ Banes, G Horesovsky, C Larson, M Tsuzaki, S Judex, J Archambault, ...
Osteoarthritis and Cartilage 7 (1), 141-153, 1999
Genetic predisposition to low bone mass is paralleled by an enhanced sensitivity to signals anabolic to the skeleton
S Judex, LR Donahue, C Rubin
The FASEB journal 16 (10), 1280-1282, 2002
Genetically based influences on the site‐specific regulation of trabecular and cortical bone morphology
S Judex, R Garman, M Squire, LR Donahue, C Rubin
Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 19 (4), 600-606, 2004
Osteocyte apoptosis caused by hindlimb unloading is required to trigger osteocyte RANKL production and subsequent resorption of cortical and trabecular bone in mice femurs
P Cabahug‐Zuckerman, D Frikha‐Benayed, RJ Majeska, A Tuthill, ...
Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 31 (7), 1356-1365, 2016
Low-level mechanical signals and their potential as a non-pharmacological intervention for osteoporosis
C Rubin, S Judex, YX Qin
Age and ageing 35 (suppl_2), ii32-ii36, 2006
Cell mechanosensitivity to extremely low‐magnitude signals is enabled by a LINCed nucleus
G Uzer, WR Thompson, B Sen, Z Xie, SS Yen, S Miller, G Bas, M Styner, ...
Stem cells 33 (6), 2063-2076, 2015
Is bone formation induced by high-frequency mechanical signals modulated by muscle activity?
S Judex, CT Rubin
Journal of musculoskeletal & neuronal interactions 10 (1), 3, 2010
Is bone's response to mechanical signals dominated by gravitational loading?
S Judex, KJ Carlson
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 41 (11), 2037-2043, 2009
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