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Journal Articles

1. Miesse A.M., J.S. Willey, and T.A. Bateman.  Potential role of proinflammatory cytokines in nerve damage related bone loss. Biomed Sci Instrum. 40:266-71. 2004. 


2. Willey, J.S., A.R. Biknevicius, S.M. Reilly, and K.D. Earls.  The tale of the tail: limb function and locomotor mechanics in Alligator Mississippiensis.  J Exp Biol. 207:553-563.  2004.


3. Willey, J.S., and R.W. Blob.  Tail kinematics of snapping turtles during aquatic walking.  J. Herpetology. 38(3):  360-369.  2004. 


4. Reilly, S.M., J.S. Willey, A.R. Biknevicius, and R. Blob.  Hindlimb function in the alligator: integrating movements, motor patterns, ground reaction forces and bone strain of terrestrial locomotion. J Exp Biol. 208: 993-1009.   2005.


5. Hamilton, S.A., M.J. Pecaut, D.S. Gridley, N.D. Travis, E.R. Bandstra, J.S. Willey, and T.A. Bateman.  A murine model for bone loss from therapeutic and space-relevant sources of radiation.  J Appl Physiol.  101:  789-793.  2006.


6. Lloyd, S.A.J., E.R. Bandstra, N.D. Travis, G.A. Nelson, J.D. Bourland, M.E. Robbins, M.J. Pecaut, D.S. Gridley,  J.S. Willey, and T.A. Bateman. Spaceflight-relevant types of ionizing radiation and cortical bone: Potential LET Effect?  Adv. Space Res. 42: 1889–1897.   2008. 


7. Bandstra, E.R., M.J. Pecaut, E.R. Anderson, J.S. Willey, F. DeCarlo, S. Stock, D.S. Gridley, G.A Nelson, H.Levine, and T.A. Bateman. Dose threshold for long-term trabecular bone loss from proton radiation in mice.  Radiat. Res. 169(6): 607-14.   2008.


8. Willey, J.S.,  L.G. Grilly, S.H. Howard, M.J. Pecaut, A. Obenaus, D.S. Gridley, G.A. Nelson, and TA Bateman. Bone architectural and structural properties following 56Fe26+ radiation-induced changes in body mass.  Radiat. Res.  170: 201-207.  2008.


9. Willey J.S., S.A.J. Lloyd, M.E. Robbins, J.D. Bourland, H. Smith-Sielicki, L.C. Bowman, R.W. Norrdin, T.A. Bateman. Early increase in osteoclast number in mice following whole body irradiation with 2 Gy X-rays. Radiat. Res. 170: 388-392.  2008.


10. Bandstra, E.R., R.W. Thompson, G. A. Nelson, S. Judex, M.A. Cairns, E.R. Benton, J.S. Willey, M.E. Vazquez, J.A. Carson, and T.A. Bateman. Musculoskeletal changes in mice from 20-50 cGy of simulated galactic cosmic rays.  Radiat. Res.  172: 21-29.  2009. 


11. Willey, J.S., E.W. Livingston, L. Tirado-Lee, M.E. Robbins, J.D. Bourland, H. Smith-Sielicki, and T.A. Bateman.  Risedronate prevents early radiation-induced osteoporosis in mice at multiple skeletal locations.   Bone.  46(1): 101-111.  2010. 


12. Willey, J.S., S.A.J. Lloyd, G.A. Nelson, and T.A. Bateman.  Space radiation and bone loss.  Gravitational and Space Biology. 25(1): 14-21.  2011.


13. Willey, J.S., S.A.J. Lloyd, G.A. Nelson, and T.A. Bateman. Ionizing radiation and bone loss: space exploration and clinical therapy applications.  Clinic. Rev. Bone Miner. Metab. 9:54-62.   2011. 


14. Lloyd, S.A., E.R. Bandstra, J.S. Willey, S.E. Riffle, L. Tirado-Lee, G.A. Nelson, M.J. Pecaut, and T.A Bateman.  Effect of proton radiation followed by hindlimb unloading on bone in mature mice:  A model of long-duration spaceflight.  Bone.  Oct: 51 (4):  756-764.   2012. 


15. Willey, J.S., D.L. Long, K.S. Vanderman, and R.F Loeser.  Ionizing radiation causes active degradation and reduces matrix synthesis in articular cartilage.  Int. J. Radiat Biol.  Apr:  89(4): 268-77. 2013.


16. Long, D.L., J.S. Willey, and R.F. Loeser.  Rac1 is required for matrix metalloproteinase-13 production by chondrocytes in response to fibronectin fragments.  Arthritis and Rheumatism.  June: 65(6):1561-8.  PMID. 23460186. 2013.


17. C.A. Lindburg, J.S. Willey, and D. Dean.  Effects of low dose X Ray irradiation on porcine articular cartilage explants.  Journal of Orthopaedic Research.  Nov;31(11):1780-5. 2013. 


18. I.D. Hutchinson, J. Olson, C.A.Lindburg, B. Collins, T.L Smith, M.T.Munley, K.T.Wheeler, J.S. Willey. Total-body irradiation produces late degenerative joint damage in rats. Int. J. Radiat Biol.  Sep; 90(9):821-30.  PMCID:4163063. 2014.


19. Goyden, J., K. Tawara, D. Hedeen, J.S. Willey, J. T. Oxford, and C.L. Jorcyk.  The effect of osm on mc3t3-e1 osteoblastic cells in simulated microgravity with radiation.  PLoS One. 2015 Jun 1;10(6):e0127230. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0127230. eCollection. 2015


20. A.V. Stone, K.S. Vanderman, J.S. Willey,  D.L. Long, T.C. Register, C.A. Shively, J.R. Stehle Jr., R. F. Loeser, C.M. Ferguson. Osteoarthritic changes in vervet monkey knees correlate with meniscus degradation and increased  matrix metalloproteinase and cytokine secretion.  Osteoarthritis Cartilage. May 30. pii: S1063-4584(15)01177-2. doi: 10.1016/j.joca.2015.05.020.  2015.


21. Walb, M.C., P.J Black, V. Payne, M.T. Munley, and J.S. Willey.  A reproducible radiation delivery  method for unanesthetized rodents during periods of hind limb unloading.  Life Sciences in Space Research. (Amst). Jul 1;6:10-14.  2015.


22. Brown.M., K. Held, B. McBride, J.S. Willey, J. Williams, M.H. Barcellos-Hoff, G. Iliakis, P. Jeggo, G. McKenna, P. O’Neil, and S. Wallace.  Two perspectives.  Radiat. Res.  184(6): 563-564. 2015.


23. Willey, J.S., D.N. Bracey, P.E. Gallagher,  E.A. Tallant,  W.F. Wiggins, M.F. Callahan, T.L. Smith, C.L. Emory. Angiotensin-(1-7) attenuates skeletal muscle fibrosis and stiffening in a mouse model of extremity sarcoma radiation therapy. J Bone Joint Surg Am, 2016 Jan 06; 98 (1): 48 -55 . 2016.


Book Chapters/Reviews

1. Bateman, T.A., E.R. Bandstra,  J.S. Willey, Y.Y. Yuan , S.A.J. Lloyd,  J. Bourne. How do animal models inform the debate. P.R. Cavanaugh and A.J. Rice (Eds.). Bone Loss During Spaceflight, Springer-Verlag:  Berlin, 2007.  189-200.


2. Willey, J.S., Lloyd, S. A.J. and Bateman, T. A. (2013) Radiation Therapy-Induced Osteoporosis, in Primer on the Metabolic Bone Diseases and Disorders of Mineral Metabolism, Eighth Edition (ed C. J. Rosen), John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Ames, USA. doi: 10.1002/9781118453926.ch88

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