Jeffery J. H. Nielsen - Publications

Novosteo Inc 
Targeted therapeutics, Musceloskeletal

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2022 Low SA, Nielsen JJ, Coakley CM, Thomas M, Mbachu EU, Chen CL, Jones-Hall Y, Tremblay MI, Hicks JR, Low PS. An engineered dual function peptide to repair fractured bones. Journal of Controlled Release : Official Journal of the Controlled Release Society. PMID 36030992 DOI: 10.1016/j.jconrel.2022.06.068  0.453
2020 Nielsen JJ, Low SA, Ramseier NT, Hadap RV, Young NA, Wang M, Low PS. Analysis of the bone fracture targeting properties of osteotropic ligands. Journal of Controlled Release : Official Journal of the Controlled Release Society. PMID 33031877 DOI: 10.1016/j.jconrel.2020.09.047  0.453
2020 Nielsen JJ, Low SA. Bone-Targeting Systems to Systemically Deliver Therapeutics to Bone Fractures for Accelerated Healing. Current Osteoporosis Reports. PMID 32860563 DOI: 10.1007/s11914-020-00604-4  0.34
2019 Wagner DR, Karnik S, Gunderson ZJ, Nielsen JJ, Fennimore A, Promer HJ, Lowery JW, Loghmani MT, Low PS, McKinley TO, Kacena MA, Clauss M, Li J. Dysfunctional stem and progenitor cells impair fracture healing with age. World Journal of Stem Cells. 11: 281-296. PMID 31293713 DOI: 10.4252/Wjsc.V11.I6.281  0.456
2018 Wang M, Park S, Nam Y, Nielsen J, Low SA, Srinivasarao M, Low PS. Bone fracture-targeted dasatinib-oligoaspartic acid conjugate potently accelerates fracture repair. Bioconjugate Chemistry. PMID 30380292 DOI: 10.1021/Acs.Bioconjchem.8B00660  0.457
2015 Poornejad N, Nielsen JJ, Morris RJ, Gassman JR, Reynolds PR, Roeder BL, Cook AD. Comparison of four decontamination treatments on porcine renal decellularized extracellular matrix structure, composition, and support of human renal cortical tubular epithelium cells. Journal of Biomaterials Applications. PMID 26589294 DOI: 10.1177/0885328215615760  0.356
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