Linda J. Sandell mostly deals with Cartilage, Molecular biology, Osteoarthritis, Cell biology and Chondrogenesis. Her Cartilage research includes themes of Anabolism and Disease, Osteoporosis, Pathology. Her Molecular biology study incorporates themes from Versican, Gene expression, In situ hybridization, Transcription factor and Regulation of gene expression.
Her Osteoarthritis research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Internal medicine, Arthritis, Tics and Bioinformatics. Her research investigates the connection with Cell biology and areas like Biochemistry which intersect with concerns in Angiogenesis and Type I collagen. Her Chondrogenesis study which covers Procollagen peptidase that intersects with Messenger RNA.
Her main research concerns Cartilage, Osteoarthritis, Molecular biology, Cell biology and Pathology. Her research in Cartilage intersects with topics in Extracellular matrix and Aggrecan. Linda J. Sandell works mostly in the field of Osteoarthritis, limiting it down to topics relating to Bioinformatics and, in certain cases, Anterior cruciate ligament.
Her work in Molecular biology tackles topics such as Gene expression which are related to areas like Regulation of gene expression. The study incorporates disciplines such as Endothelial stem cell and In vivo in addition to Cell biology. The various areas that Linda J. Sandell examines in her Pathology study include Wound healing and Synovitis.
Her primary areas of investigation include Osteoarthritis, Cartilage, Pathology, Bioinformatics and Gene expression. Her work carried out in the field of Osteoarthritis brings together such families of science as ACL injury and Meniscus, Surgery. The concepts of her Cartilage study are interwoven with issues in Cancer research, Aggrecan and Cell biology.
Her research integrates issues of Inflammation and Chondrogenesis in her study of Chondrocyte. The Type II collagen study combines topics in areas such as Fatty acid homeostasis and Procollagen peptidase, Molecular biology. Her studies deal with areas such as Chemokine, Transcription factor and Resistin as well as Molecular biology.
Osteoarthritis, Cartilage, Pathology, Gene expression and Anterior cruciate ligament are her primary areas of study. Her Osteoarthritis research includes elements of Chondrocyte, Meniscus and Physical therapy. Her Cartilage research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cancer research and Cellular homeostasis.
Her research investigates the link between Pathology and topics such as Synovitis that cross with problems in Knee Joint, Chemokine receptor, Medial meniscus and Chemokine receptor CCR5. Her study in the field of Transcriptome and Microarray analysis techniques is also linked to topics like Genome-wide association study. Linda J. Sandell works mostly in the field of Anterior cruciate ligament, limiting it down to topics relating to Bioinformatics and, in certain cases, RNA-Seq, Surgery, Extracellular matrix, Recombinant DNA and Chondrogenesis, as a part of the same area of interest.
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Effects of platelet-derived growth factor and transforming growth factor-beta 1 on the synthesis of a large versican-like chondroitin sulfate proteoglycan by arterial smooth muscle cells.
E Schönherr;H T Järveläinen;L J Sandell;T N Wight.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1991)
Value of biomarkers in osteoarthritis: current status and perspectives
M. Lotz;Johanne Martel-Pelletier;Claus Christiansen;Maria Luisa Brandi.
Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases (2013)
Immune interferon suppresses levels of procollagen mRNA and type II collagen synthesis in cultured human articular and costal chondrocytes.
M B Goldring;L J Sandell;M L Stephenson;S M Krane.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1986)
Trans-activation of the Mouse Cartilage-Derived Retinoic Acid-Sensitive Protein Gene by Sox9
Wei Fen Xie;Xin Zhang;Shinji Sakano;Véronique Lefebvre.
Journal of Bone and Mineral Research (1999)
Egr-1 mediates transcriptional repression of COL2A1 promoter activity by interleukin-1beta.
Lujian Tan;Haibing Peng;Makoto Osaki;Bob K. Choy.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2003)
Identification of the proteoglycan versican in aorta and smooth muscle cells by DNA sequence analysis, in situ hybridization and immunohistochemistry
Lena Y. Yao;Lena Y. Yao;Catherine Moody;Catherine Moody;Elke Schönherr;Thomas N. Wight.
Matrix Biology (1994)
EXUBERANT EXPRESSION OF CHEMOKINE GENES BY ADULT HUMAN ARTICULAR CHONDROCYTES IN RESPONSE TO IL-1β
Linda J. Sandell;Xiaoyun Xing;Carl Franz;Sherri Davies.
Osteoarthritis and Cartilage (2008)
Mouse CD-RAP/MIA gene: structure, chromosomal localization, and expression in cartilage and chondrosarcoma.
Anja K. Bosserhoff;Seiji Kondo;Markus Moser;Uwe H. Dietz.
Developmental Dynamics (1997)
Type IIA procollagen amino propeptide is localized in human embryonic tissues
Anush Oganesian;Yong Zhu;Linda J. Sandell.
Journal of Histochemistry and Cytochemistry (1997)
Roles of chondrocytes in the pathogenesis of osteoarthritis
Thomas Aigner;Bodo Kurz;Naoshi Fukui;Linda Sandell.
Current Opinion in Rheumatology (2002)
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