Timothy J Koh
Timothy J Koh
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Inflammation and wound healing: the role of the macrophage
TJ Koh, LA DiPietro
Expert reviews in molecular medicine 13, 2011
10522011
Selective and specific macrophage ablation is detrimental to wound healing in mice
R Mirza, LA DiPietro, TJ Koh
The American journal of pathology 175 (6), 2454-2462, 2009
5032009
Macrophage phenotypes during tissue repair
ML Novak, TJ Koh
Journal of leukocyte biology 93 (6), 875-881, 2013
4162013
Effect of an ankle orthosis and ankle ligament anesthesia on ankle joint proprioception
JW Feuerbach, MD Grabiner, TJ Koh, GG Weiker
The American Journal of Sports Medicine 22 (2), 223-229, 1994
3071994
Phenotypic transitions of macrophages orchestrate tissue repair
ML Novak, TJ Koh
The American journal of pathology 183 (5), 1352-1363, 2013
2522013
High and low molecular weight hyaluronic acid differentially influence macrophage activation
JE Rayahin, JS Buhrman, Y Zhang, TJ Koh, RA Gemeinhart
ACS biomaterials science & engineering 1 (7), 481-493, 2015
2242015
Muscle inflammatory cells after passive stretches, isometric contractions, and lengthening contractions
FX Pizza, TJ Koh, SJ McGregor, SV Brooks
Journal of applied physiology 92 (5), 1873-1878, 2002
2242002
Blocking interleukin-1β induces a healing-associated wound macrophage phenotype and improves healing in type 2 diabetes
RE Mirza, MM Fang, WJ Ennis, TJ Koh
Diabetes 62 (7), 2579-2587, 2013
2152013
Neuromechanics of the patellofemoral joint
MD Grabiner, TJ Koh, LF Draganich
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 26, 10-10, 1994
2101994
Cytoskeletal disruption and small heat shock protein translocation immediately after lengthening contractions
TJ Koh, J Escobedo
American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology 286 (3), C713-C722, 2004
2082004
Neutrophils contribute to muscle injury and impair its resolution after lengthening contractions in mice
FX Pizza, JM Peterson, JH Baas, TJ Koh
The Journal of physiology 562 (3), 899-913, 2005
2062005
Dysregulation of monocyte/macrophage phenotype in wounds of diabetic mice
R Mirza, TJ Koh
Cytokine 56 (2), 256-264, 2011
1912011
Kinematics of recovery from a stumble
MD Grabiner, TJ Koh, TM Lundin, DW Jahnigen
Journal of gerontology 48 (3), M97-M102, 1993
1871993
Endogenous interferon-γ is required for efficient skeletal muscle regeneration
M Cheng, MH Nguyen, G Fantuzzi, TJ Koh
American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology 294 (5), C1183-C1191, 2008
1612008
Intracellular signaling specificity in response to uniaxial vs. multiaxial stretch: implications for mechanotransduction
TA Hornberger, DD Armstrong, TJ Koh, TJ Burkholder, KA Esser
American journal of physiology-Cell physiology, 2005
1522005
In vivo tracking of the human patella
TJ Koh, MD Grabiner, RJ De Swart
Journal of biomechanics 25 (6), 637-643, 1992
1501992
Sustained inflammasome activity in macrophages impairs wound healing in type 2 diabetic humans and mice
RE Mirza, MM Fang, EM Weinheimer-Haus, WJ Ennis, TJ Koh
Diabetes 63 (3), 1103-1114, 2014
1482014
Bilateral deficit is larger for step than for ramp isometric contractions
TJ Koh, MD Grabiner, CA Clough
Journal of Applied Physiology 74 (3), 1200-1205, 1993
1371993
Nitric oxide inhibits calpain-mediated proteolysis of talin in skeletal muscle cells
TJ Koh, JG Tidball
American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology 279 (3), C806-C812, 2000
1342000
Macrophage activation and skeletal muscle healing following traumatic injury
ML Novak, EM Weinheimer‐Haus, TJ Koh
The Journal of pathology 232 (3), 344-355, 2014
1272014
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