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J. Jokihaara, ,, ,, Jolma, P. M., Mustonen, J. T., Saha, H. H. T., ,, Kannus, P., Iwaniec, U. T., Turner, R. T., and , Treatment of experimental renal osteodystrophy with pamidronate., Kidney international, vol. 74, no. 3, pp. 319-27, 2008.
G. W. Gaddini, Grant, K. A., Woodall, A., Stull, C., Maddalozzo, G. F., Zhang, B., Turner, R. T., and Iwaniec, U. T., Twelve months of voluntary heavy alcohol consumption in male rhesus macaques suppresses intracortical bone remodeling., Bone, vol. 71, pp. 227-36, 2015.
B. J. Smith, Lucas, E. A., Turner, R. T., Evans, G. L., Lerner, M. R., Brackett, D. J., Stoecker, B. J., and Arjamandi, B. H., Vitamin E provides protection for bone in mature hindlimb unloaded male rats, Calcified Tissue International, vol. 76, pp. 272-279, 2005.
A. M. Kahler-Quesada, Grant, K. A., Walter, N. A. R., Newman, N., Allen, M. R., Burr, D. B., Branscum, A. J., Maddalozzo, G. F., Turner, R. T., and Iwaniec, U. T., Voluntary Chronic Heavy Alcohol Consumption in Male Rhesus Macaques Suppresses Cancellous Bone Formation and Increases Bone Marrow Adiposity., Alcohol Clin Exp Res, 2019.
R. Hayward, Iwaniec, U. T., Turner, R. T., Lien, C. - Y., Jensen, B. T., Hydock, D. S., and Schneider, C. M., Voluntary Wheel Running in Growing Rats Does Not Protect Against Doxorubicin-induced Osteopenia, Journal of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology, vol. 35, no. 4, pp. e144 - e148, 2013.
G. F. Maddalozzo, Pavol, M., Philbrick, K. A., Widrick, J. J., Iwaniec, U. T., Rosen, C. J., and Turner, R. T., Whole-body vibration slows the acquisition of fat in mature female rats: a response to BA Christiansen, International Journal of Obesity, vol. 33, no. 3, pp. 382 - 383, 2009.
G. F. Maddalozzo, Iwaniec, U. T., Turner, R. T., Rosen, C. J., and Widrick, J. J., Whole-body vibration slows the acquisition of fat in mature female rats., International journal of obesity (2005), vol. 32, no. 9, pp. 1348-54, 2008.
G. Poinar, Philbrick, K. A., Cohn, M. J., Turner, R. T., Iwaniec, U. T., and Wunderlich, J., X-ray microcomputed tomography reveals putative trematode metacercaria in a 100 million year-old lizard (Squamata: Agamidae), Cretaceous Research, vol. 80, pp. 27 - 30, 2017.

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