Leanne Saxon
Leanne Saxon
Sonstige NamenLeanne Kaye Saxon
Deakin University
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The effect of mechanical loading on the size and shape of bone in pre‐, peri‐, and postpubertal girls: a study in tennis players
SL Bass, L Saxon, RM Daly, CH Turner, AG Robling, E Seeman, ...
Journal of bone and mineral research 17 (12), 2274-2280, 2002
Wnt/β-catenin signaling is a component of osteoblastic bone cell early responses to load-bearing and requires estrogen receptor α
VJ Armstrong, M Muzylak, A Sunters, G Zaman, LK Saxon, JS Price, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 282 (28), 20715-20727, 2007
The relationship between muscle size and bone geometry during growth and in response to exercise
RM Daly, L Saxon, CH Turner, AG Robling, SL Bass
Bone 34 (2), 281-287, 2004
Regional specificity of exercise and calcium during skeletal growth in girls: a randomized controlled trial
S Iuliano‐Burns, L Saxon, G Naughton, K Gibbons, SL Bass
Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 18 (1), 156-162, 2003
AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK) activation regulates in vitro bone formation and bone mass
M Shah, B Kola, A Bataveljic, TR Arnett, B Viollet, L Saxon, M Korbonits, ...
Bone 47 (2), 309-319, 2010
Sports participation, sports injuries and osteoarthritis: implications for prevention
L Saxon, C Finch, S Bass
Sports medicine 28, 123-135, 1999
Mechanical loading enhances the anabolic effects of intermittent parathyroid hormone (1–34) on trabecular and cortical bone in mice
T Sugiyama, LK Saxon, G Zaman, A Moustafa, A Sunters, JS Price, ...
Bone 43 (2), 238-248, 2008
Cellular accommodation and the response of bone to mechanical loading
JL Schriefer, SJ Warden, LK Saxon, AG Robling, CH Turner
Journal of biomechanics 38 (9), 1838-1845, 2005
Mechanosensitivity of the rat skeleton decreases after a long period of loading, but is improved with time off
LK Saxon, AG Robling, I Alam, CH Turner
Bone 36 (3), 454-464, 2005
Exercise and calcium combined results in a greater osteogenic effect than either factor alone: a blinded randomized placebo‐controlled trial in boys
SL Bass, G Naughton, L Saxon, S Iuliano‐Burns, R Daly, EM Briganti, ...
Journal of bone and Mineral Research 22 (3), 458-464, 2007
Estrogen receptor β: the antimechanostat?
LK Saxon, CH Turner
Bone 36 (2), 185-192, 2005
Estrogen receptor‐α is required for the osteogenic response to mechanical loading in a ligand‐independent manner involving its activation function 1 but not 2
SH Windahl, L Saxon, AE Börjesson, MK Lagerquist, B Frenkel, ...
Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 28 (2), 291-301, 2013
Effects of repetitive loading on the growth‐induced changes in bone mass and cortical bone geometry: a 12‐month study in pre/peri‐and postmenarcheal tennis players
G Ducher, SL Bass, L Saxon, RM Daly
Journal of bone and mineral research 26 (6), 1321-1329, 2011
Loading-related regulation of gene expression in bone in the contexts of estrogen deficiency, lack of estrogen receptor α and disuse
G Zaman, LK Saxon, A Sunters, H Hilton, P Underhill, D Williams, JS Price, ...
Bone 46 (3), 628-642, 2010
The mouse fibula as a suitable bone for the study of functional adaptation to mechanical loading
A Moustafa, T Sugiyama, LK Saxon, G Zaman, A Sunters, VJ Armstrong, ...
Bone 44 (5), 930-935, 2009
Analysis of multiple bone responses to graded strains above functional levels, and to disuse, in mice in vivo show that the human Lrp5 G171V High Bone Mass mutation increases …
LK Saxon, BF Jackson, T Sugiyama, LE Lanyon, JS Price
Bone 49 (2), 184-193, 2011
Intermittent applied mechanical loading induces subchondral bone thickening that may be intensified locally by contiguous articular cartilage lesions
B Poulet, R De Souza, AV Kent, L Saxon, O Barker, A Wilson, YM Chang, ...
Osteoarthritis and cartilage 23 (6), 940-948, 2015
The skeletal responsiveness to mechanical loading is enhanced in mice with a null mutation in estrogen receptor-β
LK Saxon, AG Robling, AB Castillo, S Mohan, CH Turner
American Journal of Physiology-Endocrinology and Metabolism 293 (2), E484-E491, 2007
Estrogen receptors α and β have different gender-dependent effects on the adaptive responses to load bearing in cancellous and cortical bone
LK Saxon, G Galea, L Meakin, J Price, LE Lanyon
Endocrinology 153 (5), 2254-2266, 2012
Knee ligament mechanical properties are not influenced by estrogen or its receptors
SJ Warden, LK Saxon, AB Castillo, CH Turner
American journal of physiology-endocrinology and metabolism 290 (5), E1034-E1040, 2006
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