2A9E Freeman, Theresa A. - Thomas Jefferson University - Thomas Jefferson University
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Theresa A. Freeman, PhD

Contact Dr. Freeman

1015 Walnut Street
501 Curtis Building
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-1068
(215) 955-9159 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Stress-Induced Activation of Apoptosis Signal-Regulating Kinase 1 Promotes Osteoarthritis
  2. Reaction Chemistry Generated by Nanosecond Pulsed Dielectric Barrier Discharge Treatment is Responsible for the Tumor Eradication in the B16 Melanoma Mouse Model
  3. Identifying Patient-Specific Pathology in Osteoarthritis Development Based on MicroCT Analysis of Subchondral Trabecular Bone
  4. Controlling filament pattering by microsecond-pulsed dielectric barrier discharge plasma for biomedical applications
  5. Monitoring the Progression of Spontaneous Articular Cartilage Healing with Infrared Spectroscopy
  6. Non-Equilibrium Dielectric Barrier Discharge Treatment of Mesenchymal Stem Cells: Charges and Reactive Oxygen Species Play the Major Role in Cell Death
  7. Contribution of electric fields and active species in nanosecond pulsed DBD plasma treatment for stimulation of murine mesenchymal C3H10T1/2 cells
  8. Nonthermal atmospheric pressure plasma enhances mouse limb bud survival, growth, and elongation
  9. Clathrin light chains are required for the gyrating-clathrin recycling pathway and thereby promote cell migration
  10. Inhibition of apoptosis signal-regulating kinase 1 enhances endochondral bone formation by increasing chondrocyte survival
  11. The Role of Oxidative Stress in Aseptic Loosening of Total Hip Arthroplasties
  12. Skeletal cell differentiation is enhanced by atmospheric dielectric barrier discharge plasma treatment
  13. GSK-3α is a central regulator of age-related pathologies in mice
  14. Covalent attachment of P15 peptide to titanium surfaces enhances cell attachment, spreading, and osteogenic gene expression
  15. Morphology of the proximal femur differs widely with age and sex: Relevance to design and selection of femoral prostheses
  16. Do tissues from THA revision of highly crosslinked UHMWPE liners contain wear debris and associated inflammation?
  17. Distinct immunohistomorphologic changes in periprosthetic hip tissues from historical and highly crosslinked UHMWPE implant retrievals
  18. Phosphate and calcium are required for TGFβ-mediated stimulation of ANK expression and function during chondrogenesis
  19. Hypoxia-inducible factor regulation of ANK expression in nucleus pulposus cells: Possible implications in controlling dystrophic mineralization in the intervertebral disc
  20. Pathophysiologic Reactions to UHMWPE Wear Particles
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