Sheldon Weinbaum
Sheldon Weinbaum
Professor of Biomedical Engineering, The City College of New York
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A model for the excitation of osteocytes by mechanical loading-induced bone fluid shear stresses
S Weinbaum, SC Cowin, Y Zeng
Journal of biomechanics 27 (3), 339-360, 1994
The structure and function of the endothelial glycocalyx layer
S Weinbaum, JM Tarbell, ER Damiano
Annu. Rev. Biomed. Eng. 9, 121-167, 2007
Mechanotransduction and flow across the endothelial glycocalyx
S Weinbaum, X Zhang, Y Han, H Vink, SC Cowin
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (13), 7988-7995, 2003
A New Simplified Bioheat Equation for the Effect of Blood Flow on Local Average Tissue Temperature
JLM Weinbaum S
ASME J Biomechanical Engineering 107, 131-139, 1985
A hypothesis for vulnerable plaque rupture due to stress-induced debonding around cellular microcalcifications in thin fibrous caps
Y Vengrenyuk, S Carlier, S Xanthos, L Cardoso, P Ganatos, R Virmani, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (40), 14678-14683, 2006
Mechanotransduction and strain amplification in osteocyte cell processes
Y Han, SC Cowin, MB Schaffler, S Weinbaum
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 101 (47), 16689-16694, 2004
Mechanosensation and transduction in osteocytes
J Klein-Nulend, AD Bakker, RG Bacabac, A Vatsa, S Weinbaum
Bone 54 (2), 182-190, 2013
A model for strain amplification in the actin cytoskeleton of osteocytes due to fluid drag on pericellular matrix
L You, SC Cowin, MB Schaffler, S Weinbaum
Journal of biomechanics 34 (11), 1375-1386, 2001
Theory and experiment for the effect of vascular microstructure on surface tissue heat transfer—Part I: Anatomical foundation and model conceptualization
S Weinbaum, LM Jiji, DE Lemons
Fluid and solute transport in bone: flow-induced mechanotransduction
SP Fritton, S Weinbaum
Annual review of fluid mechanics 41, 347-374, 2009
A case for bone canaliculi as the anatomical site of strain generated potentials
SC Cowin, S Weinbaum, Y Zeng
Journal of biomechanics 28 (11), 1281-1297, 1995
The role of the glycocalyx in reorganization of the actin cytoskeleton under fluid shear stress: a “bumper-car” model
MM Thi, JM Tarbell, S Weinbaum, DC Spray
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (47), 16483-16488, 2004
Oncotic pressures opposing filtration across non‐fenestrated rat microvessels
RH Adamson, JF Lenz, X Zhang, GN Adamson, S Weinbaum, FE Curry
The Journal of physiology 557 (3), 889-907, 2004
Ultrastructure of the osteocyte process and its pericellular matrix
LD You, S Weinbaum, SC Cowin, MB Schaffler
The Anatomical Record Part A: Discoveries in Molecular, Cellular, and …, 2004
Revised microcalcification hypothesis for fibrous cap rupture in human coronary arteries
A Kelly-Arnold, N Maldonado, D Laudier, E Aikawa, L Cardoso, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (26), 10741-10746, 2013
Genesis and growth of extracellular-vesicle-derived microcalcification in atherosclerotic plaques
JD Hutcheson, C Goettsch, S Bertazzo, N Maldonado, JL Ruiz, W Goh, ...
Nature materials 15 (3), 335-343, 2016
A model for the role of integrins in flow induced mechanotransduction in osteocytes
Y Wang, LM McNamara, MB Schaffler, S Weinbaum
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (40), 15941-15946, 2007
An infinite-series solution for the creeping motion through an orifice of finite length
Z Dagan, S Weinbaum, R Pfeffer
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 115, 505-523, 1982
Effect of flow and stretch on the [Ca2+]i response of principal and intercalated cells in cortical collecting duct
W Liu, S Xu, C Woda, P Kim, S Weinbaum, LM Satlin
American Journal of Physiology-Renal Physiology 285 (5), F998-F1012, 2003
A mechanistic analysis of the role of microcalcifications in atherosclerotic plaque stability: potential implications for plaque rupture
N Maldonado, A Kelly-Arnold, Y Vengrenyuk, D Laudier, JT Fallon, ...
American Journal of Physiology-Heart and Circulatory Physiology 303 (5 …, 2012
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