Andrea Schwartz

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2009-2015 Biomedical Engineering Washington University, Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO 
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Deymier AC, Schwartz AG, Lim C, et al. (2019) Multiscale effects of spaceflight on murine tendon and bone. Bone. 115152
Votava L, Schwartz AG, Harasymowicz NS, et al. (2019) The effects of dietary fatty acid content on humeral cartilage and bone structure in a mouse model of diet-induced obesity. Journal of Orthopaedic Research : Official Publication of the Orthopaedic Research Society
Deymier AC, Schwartz AG, Cai Z, et al. (2018) The multiscale structural and mechanical effects of mouse supraspinatus muscle unloading on the mature enthesis. Acta Biomaterialia
Liu J, Das D, Yang F, et al. (2018) Energy dissipation in mammalian collagen fibrils: Cyclic strain-induced damping, toughening, and strengthening. Acta Biomaterialia
Shen H, Lim C, Schwartz AG, et al. (2017) Effects of spaceflight on the muscles of the murine shoulder. Faseb Journal : Official Publication of the Federation of American Societies For Experimental Biology
Schwartz AG, Galatz LM, Thomopoulos S. (2017) Enthesis regeneration: a role for Gli1+ progenitor cells. Development (Cambridge, England)
Deymier AC, An Y, Boyle JJ, et al. (2017) Micro-mechanical Properties of the Tendon-to-Bone Attachment. Acta Biomaterialia
Dyment NA, Breidenbach AP, Schwartz AG, et al. (2015) Gdf5 progenitors give rise to fibrocartilage cells that mineralize via hedgehog signaling to form the zonal enthesis. Developmental Biology
Hu Y, Birman V, Deymier-Black A, et al. (2015) Stochastic interdigitation as a toughening mechanism at the interface between tendon and bone. Biophysical Journal. 108: 431-7
Schwartz AG, Long F, Thomopoulos S. (2015) Enthesis fibrocartilage cells originate from a population of Hedgehog-responsive cells modulated by the loading environment. Development (Cambridge, England). 142: 196-206
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