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Hip contact forces and gait patterns from routine activities
G Bergmann, G Deuretzbacher, M Heller, F Graichen, A Rohlmann, ...
Journal of biomechanics 34 (7), 859-871, 2001
24942001
Hydrogels with tunable stress relaxation regulate stem cell fate and activity
O Chaudhuri, L Gu, D Klumpers, M Darnell, SA Bencherif, JC Weaver, ...
Nature materials 15 (3), 326-334, 2016
13772016
Musculo-skeletal loading conditions at the hip during walking and stair climbing
MO Heller, G Bergmann, G Deuretzbacher, L Dürselen, M Pohl, L Claes, ...
Journal of biomechanics 34 (7), 883-893, 2001
5692001
Proximal humeral fractures: how stiff should an implant be?
H Lill, P Hepp, J Korner, JP Kassi, AP Verheyden, C Josten, GN Duda
Archives of orthopaedic and trauma surgery 123 (2), 74-81, 2003
4712003
A survey of formal methods for determining the centre of rotation of ball joints
RM Ehrig, WR Taylor, GN Duda, MO Heller
Journal of biomechanics 39 (15), 2798-2809, 2006
4482006
Tibio‐femoral loading during human gait and stair climbing
WR Taylor, MO Heller, G Bergmann, GN Duda
Journal of orthopaedic research 22 (3), 625-632, 2004
4412004
Influence of muscle forces on femoral strain distribution
GN Duda, M Heller, J Albinger, O Schulz, E Schneider, L Claes
Journal of biomechanics 31 (9), 841-846, 1998
4351998
The challenge of establishing preclinical models for segmental bone defect research
JC Reichert, S Saifzadeh, ME Wullschleger, DR Epari, MA Schütz, ...
Biomaterials 30 (12), 2149-2163, 2009
4322009
Determination of muscle loading at the hip joint for use in pre-clinical testing
MO Heller, G Bergmann, JP Kassi, L Claes, NP Haas, GN Duda
Journal of biomechanics 38 (5), 1155-1163, 2005
4062005
The early fracture hematoma and its potential role in fracture healing
P Kolar, K Schmidt-Bleek, H Schell, T Gaber, D Toben, G Schmidmaier, ...
Tissue Engineering Part B: Reviews 16 (4), 427-434, 2010
3902010
Internal forces and moments in the femur during walking
GN Duda, E Schneider, EYS Chao
Journal of biomechanics 30 (9), 933-941, 1997
3741997
Macrophages in bone fracture healing: their essential role in endochondral ossification
C Schlundt, T El Khassawna, A Serra, A Dienelt, S Wendler, H Schell, ...
Bone 106, 78-89, 2018
3572018
Matrix elasticity of void-forming hydrogels controls transplanted-stem-cell-mediated bone formation
N Huebsch, E Lippens, K Lee, M Mehta, ST Koshy, MC Darnell, RM Desai, ...
Nature materials 14 (12), 1269-1277, 2015
3532015
Biomaterials based strategies for skeletal muscle tissue engineering: existing technologies and future trends
TH Qazi, DJ Mooney, M Pumberger, S Geissler, GN Duda
Biomaterials 53, 502-521, 2015
3312015
Architecture of the osteocyte network correlates with bone material quality
M Kerschnitzki, P Kollmannsberger, M Burghammer, GN Duda, ...
Journal of bone and mineral research 28 (8), 1837-1845, 2013
3122013
The initial phase of fracture healing is specifically sensitive to mechanical conditions
P Klein, H Schell, F Streitparth, M Heller, JP Kassi, F Kandziora, ...
Journal of orthopaedic research 21 (4), 662-669, 2003
3092003
A review of biomaterials in bone defect healing, remaining shortcomings and future opportunities for bone tissue engineering: The unsolved challenge
T Winkler, FA Sass, GN Duda, K Schmidt-Bleek
Bone & joint research 7 (3), 232-243, 2018
3082018
Altered cartilage mechanics and histology in knee osteoarthritis: relation to clinical assessment (ICRS Grade)
RU Kleemann, D Krocker, A Cedraro, J Tuischer, GN Duda
Osteoarthritis and cartilage 13 (11), 958-963, 2005
3062005
A tissue engineering solution for segmental defect regeneration in load-bearing long bones
JC Reichert, A Cipitria, DR Epari, S Saifzadeh, P Krishnakanth, A Berner, ...
Science translational medicine 4 (141), 141ra93-141ra93, 2012
2992012
A survey of formal methods for determining functional joint axes
RM Ehrig, WR Taylor, GN Duda, MO Heller
Journal of biomechanics 40 (10), 2150-2157, 2007
2812007
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