Gerald L. Mechanic

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC 
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Otsubo K, Katz EP, Mechanic GL, et al. (1992) Cross-linking connectivity in bone collagen fibrils: the COOH-terminal locus of free aldehyde. Biochemistry. 31: 396-402
Woodley DT, Yamauchi M, Wynn KC, et al. (1991) Collagen telopeptides (cross-linking sites) play a role in collagen gel lattice contraction. The Journal of Investigative Dermatology. 97: 580-5
Kingsley RJ, Tsuzaki M, Watabe N, et al. (1990) Collagen in the spicule organic matrix of the gorgonian Leptogorgia virgulata. The Biological Bulletin. 179: 207-13
Mechanic GL, Arnaud SB, Boyde A, et al. (1990) Regional distribution of mineral and matrix in the femurs of rats flown on Cosmos 1887 biosatellite. Faseb Journal : Official Publication of the Federation of American Societies For Experimental Biology. 4: 34-40
Tsuzaki M, Yamauchi M, Mechanic GL. (1990) Bovine dental pulp collagens: characterization of types III and V collagen. Archives of Oral Biology. 35: 195-200
Ono S, Mechanic GL, Yamauchi M. (1990) Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: unusually low content of collagen in skin. Journal of the Neurological Sciences. 100: 234-7
Yamauchi M, Katz EP, Otsubo K, et al. (1989) Cross-linking and stereospecific structure of collagen in mineralized and nonmineralized skeletal tissues. Connective Tissue Research. 21: 159-67; discussion 1
Katz EP, Wachtel E, Yamauchi M, et al. (1989) The structure of mineralized collagen fibrils. Connective Tissue Research. 21: 149-54; discussion 1
Graham L, Mechanic GL. (1989) Simultaneous determination of the reducible and nonreducible cross-links of connective tissue. Analysis of mineralized and nonmineralized bone collagen. Biochemistry. 28: 7889-95
Yamauchi M, Young DR, Chandler GS, et al. (1988) Cross-linking and new bone collagen synthesis in immobilized and recovering primate osteoporosis. Bone. 9: 415-8
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