Clinton Rubin
Clinton Rubin
SUNY Distinguished Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Stony Brook University
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Regulation of bone formation by applied dynamic loads
CT Rubin, LE Lanyon
J Bone Joint Surg Am 66 (3), 397-402, 1984
Regulation of bone mass by mechanical strain magnitude
CT Rubin, LE Lanyon
Calcified tissue international 37 (4), 411-417, 1985
Static vs dynamic loads as an influence on bone remodelling
LE Lanyon, CT Rubin
Journal of biomechanics 17 (12), 897-905, 1984
Principles of bone biology
JP Bilezikian, LG Raisz, TJ Martin
Academic press, 2008
Low mechanical signals strengthen long bones
C Rubin, AS Turner, S Bain, C Mallinckrodt, K McLeod
Nature 412 (6847), 603-604, 2001
Primer on the metabolic bone diseases and disorders of mineral metabolism
MJ Favus
Rittenhouse Book Distributors, 2006
Prevention of postmenopausal bone loss by a low‐magnitude, high‐frequency mechanical stimuli: a clinical trial assessing compliance, efficacy, and safety
C Rubin, R Recker, D Cullen, J Ryaby, J McCabe, K McLeod
Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 19 (3), 343-351, 2004
Osteoregulatory nature of mechanical stimuli: function as a determinant for adaptive remodeling in bone
CT Rubin, LE Lanyon
Journal of orthopaedic research 5 (2), 300-310, 1987
Limb mechanics as a function of speed and gait: a study of functional strains in the radius and tibia of horse and dog
CT Rubin, LE Lanyon
Journal of experimental biology 101 (1), 187-211, 1982
Molecular pathways mediating mechanical signaling in bone
J Rubin, C Rubin, CR Jacobs
Gene 367, 1-16, 2006
Low magnitude mechanical loading is osteogenic in children with disabling conditions
K Ward, C Alsop, J Caulton, C Rubin, J Adams, Z Mughal
Journal of bone and Mineral Research 19 (3), 360-369, 2004
The use of low-intensity ultrasound to accelerate the healing of fractures
C Rubin, M Bolander, JP Ryaby, M Hadjiargyrou
JBJS 83 (2), 259, 2001
Biology of bone and how it orchestrates the form and function of the skeleton
D Sommerfeldt, C Rubin
European Spine Journal 10 (2), S86-S95, 2001
Primer on the metabolic bone diseases and disorders of mineral metabolism
CJ Rosen
John Wiley & Sons, 2009
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
Dynamic strain similarity in vertebrates; an alternative to allometric limb bone scaling
CT Rubin, LE Lanyon
Journal of theoretical biology 107 (2), 321-327, 1984
Quantifying the strain history of bone: spatial uniformity and self-similarity of low-magnitude strains
SP Fritton, KJ McLeod, CT Rubin
Journal of biomechanics 33 (3), 317-325, 2000
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
Quantity and quality of trabecular bone in the femur are enhanced by a strongly anabolic, noninvasive mechanical intervention
C Rubin, AS Turner, R Müller, E Mittra, K McLeod, W Lin, YX Qin
Journal of bone and mineral research 17 (2), 349-357, 2002
Mechanical strain, induced noninvasively in the high-frequency domain, is anabolic to cancellous bone, but not cortical bone
C Rubin, AS Turner, C Mallinckrodt, C Jerome, K McLeod, S Bain
Bone 30 (3), 445-452, 2002
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