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William R. Thompson
William R. Thompson
Associate Professor, Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN
Verified email at iu.edu
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Vitamin D: Two-Volume Set
D Feldman, JW Pike, JS Adams
Academic Press, 2011
5212011
Mechanical regulation of signaling pathways in bone
WR Thompson, CT Rubin, J Rubin
Gene 503 (2), 179-193, 2012
4612012
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
1652015
mTORC2 regulates mechanically induced cytoskeletal reorganization and lineage selection in marrow‐derived mesenchymal stem cells
B Sen, Z Xie, N Case, WR Thompson, G Uzer, M Styner, J Rubin
Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 29 (1), 78-89, 2014
1582014
Bone marrow fat accumulation accelerated by high fat diet is suppressed by exercise
M Styner, WR Thompson, K Galior, G Uzer, X Wu, S Kadari, N Case, Z Xie, ...
Bone 64, 39-46, 2014
1542014
Intranuclear actin regulates osteogenesis
B Sen, Z Xie, G Uzer, WR Thompson, M Styner, X Wu, J Rubin
Stem cells 33 (10), 3065-3076, 2015
1392015
Perlecan/Hspg2 deficiency alters the pericellular space of the lacunocanalicular system surrounding osteocytic processes in cortical bone
WR Thompson, S Modla, BJ Grindel, KJ Czymmek, CB Kirn‐Safran, ...
Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 26 (3), 618-629, 2011
1252011
The dependences of osteocyte network on bone compartment, age, and disease
X Lai, C Price, S Modla, WR Thompson, J Caplan, CB Kirn-Safran, ...
Bone research 3 (1), 1-11, 2015
1162015
Perlecan‐containing pericellular matrix regulates solute transport and mechanosensing within the osteocyte lacunar‐canalicular system
B Wang, X Lai, C Price, WR Thompson, W Li, TR Quabili, WJ Tseng, ...
Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 29 (4), 878-891, 2014
1122014
Understanding mechanobiology: physical therapists as a force in mechanotherapy and musculoskeletal regenerative rehabilitation
WR Thompson, A Scott, MT Loghmani, SR Ward, SJ Warden
Physical therapy 96 (4), 560-569, 2016
1082016
Vibration therapy: clinical applications in bone
WR Thompson, SS Yen, J Rubin
Current opinion in endocrinology, diabetes and obesity 21 (6), 447-453, 2014
992014
Association of the α2δ1 subunit with Cav3.2 enhances membrane expression and regulates mechanically induced ATP release in MLO‐Y4 osteocytes
WR Thompson, AS Majid, KJ Czymmek, AL Ruff, J García, RL Duncan, ...
Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 26 (9), 2125-2139, 2011
962011
Reproducibility of CRISPR-Cas9 methods for generation of conditional mouse alleles: a multi-center evaluation
CB Gurumurthy, AR O’brien, RM Quadros, J Adams, P Alcaide, S Ayabe, ...
Genome biology 20 (1), 1-14, 2019
862019
Mechanically activated Fyn utilizes mTORC2 to regulate RhoA and adipogenesis in mesenchymal stem cells
WR Thompson, C Guilluy, Z Xie, B Sen, KE Brobst, SS Yen, G Uzer, ...
Stem cells 31 (11), 2528-2537, 2013
732013
Association of genetic factors with selected measures of physical performance
WR Thompson, SA Binder-Macleod
Physical therapy 86 (4), 585-591, 2006
652006
Exercise regulation of marrow fat in the setting of PPARγ agonist treatment in female C57BL/6 mice
M Styner, GM Pagnotti, K Galior, X Wu, WR Thompson, G Uzer, B Sen, ...
Endocrinology 156 (8), 2753-2761, 2015
632015
Gap junctional communication in osteocytes is amplified by low intensity vibrations in vitro
G Uzer, S Pongkitwitoon, C Ian, WR Thompson, J Rubin, ME Chan, ...
PloS one 9 (3), e90840, 2014
602014
Bone biology
RK Fuchs, WR Thompson, SJ Warden
Bone repair biomaterials, 15-52, 2019
532019
Osteocyte specific responses to soluble and mechanical stimuli in a stem cell derived culture model
WR Thompson, G Uzer, KE Brobst, Z Xie, B Sen, SS Yen, M Styner, ...
Scientific reports 5 (1), 11049, 2015
482015
Concise review: plasma and nuclear membranes convey mechanical information to regulate mesenchymal stem cell lineage
G Uzer, RK Fuchs, J Rubin, WR Thompson
Stem cells 34 (6), 1455-1463, 2016
462016
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