Gary Fullerton, PhD

Biomedical Engineering The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX, United States 
Medical Biophysics, Radiology
"Gary Fullerton"
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Cameron IL, Fullerton GD. (2014) Lack of appreciation of the role of osmotically unresponsive water in cell volume regulation. Cell Biology International. 38: 610-4
Hardman RL, Rahal A, Walker J, et al. (2013) Combined radiology residency-PhD program: 10-year review of program results. Journal of the American College of Radiology : Jacr. 10: 738-41
Cameron IL, Lanctot AC, Fullerton GD. (2011) The molecular stoichiometric hydration model (SHM) as applied to tendon/collagen, globular proteins and cells. Cell Biology International. 35: 1205-15
Fullerton GD, Amurao M, Rahal A, et al. (2011) Micro-CT dilatometry measures of molecular collagen hydration using bovine extensor tendon. Medical Physics. 38: 363-76
Cameron IL, Short NJ, Fullerton GD. (2008) Characterization of water of hydration fractions in rabbit skeletal muscle with age and time of post-mortem by centrifugal dehydration force and rehydration methods. Cell Biology International. 32: 1337-43
Lanctot A, Rahal A, Cameron I, et al. (2008) SU-GG-I-128: Biophysical Studies of Tendon to Elucidate Magic Angle MRI Medical Physics. 35: 2671-2671
Rahal A, Head HW, Jung AJ, et al. (2007) Combined radiology residency/PhD program for education of academic radiologists: a response to revitalizing the radiology research enterprise. Radiology. 245: 14-20
Fullerton GD, Cameron IL. (2007) Water compartments in cells. Methods in Enzymology. 428: 1-28
Cameron IL, Short NJ, Fullerton GD. (2007) Verification of simple hydration/dehydration methods to characterize multiple water compartments on tendon type 1 collagen. Cell Biology International. 31: 531-9
Cameron IL, Short NJ, Fullerton GD. (2007) A simple centrifugal dehydration force method to characterize water compartments in fresh and post-mortem fish muscle. Cell Biology International. 31: 516-20
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