Complete list of published works »
S.W. Donahue. Krogh’s principle for musculoskeletal physiology and pathology. Journal of Musculoskeletal and Neuronal Interactions, 18 (3), 284-291.
A. Drake, T.L.H. Donahue, M. Stansloski, K. Fox, B.B. Wheatley, S.W. Donahue. Horn and horn core trabecular bone of bighorn sheep rams absorbs impact energy and reduces brain cavity accelerations during high impact ramming of the skull. Acta biomaterialia, 44: 41-50.
A.H. Doherty, D.M. Roteliuk, S. E. Gookin, A.K. McGrew, C.J. Broccardo, K.W. Condon, J.E. Prenni, S.J. Wojda, G.L. Florant, S.W. Donahue. Exploring the bone proteome to help explain altered bone remodeling and preservation of bone architecture and strength in hibernating marmots. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, 89(5): 364–376.
R.C. Curtis, J.T. Custis, N.P. Ehrhart, E.J. Ehrhart, S. E. Gookin, S.W. Donahue. Combination therapy with zoledronic acid and parathyroid hormone improves bone architecture and strength following a clinically-relevant dose of stereotactic radiation therapy for the local treatment of canine osteosarcoma in athymic rats. PLOS ONE, DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0158005.
M. E. McGee-Lawrence, P. Buckendahl, C. Carpenter, K. Henriksen, M. Vaughan, S. Donahue. Suppressed bone remodeling in black bears conserves energy and bone mass during hibernation. J Exp Biol, 218(Pt 13):2067-74.
A.H. Doherty, C.K. Ghalambor, S.W. Donahue. Evolutionary Physiology of Bone: Bone Metabolism in Changing Environments. Physiology, 30(1):17-29.
S.K. Gray M. E. McGee-Lawrence, J. L. Sanders, K.W. Condon, C.J. Tsai, S.W. Donahue. Black bear parathyroid hormone has greater anabolic effects on trabecular bone in dystrophin deficient mice than in wild type mice. Bone, 51(3):578-85.
M.J. Barron, C.J. Tsai, S.W. Donahue. Mechanical stimulation mediates gene expression in MC3T3 osteoblastic cells differently in 2D and 3D environments. J Biomech Eng, 132(4):041005-1 – 041005-6.
M.E. McGee, A.J. Maki, S.E. Johnson, O.L. Nelsen, C.T. Robbins, and S.W. Donahue. Decreased bone turnover with balanced resorption and formation prevent cortical bone loss during disuse (hibernation) in grizzly bears (Ursus arctos horribilis). Bone, 42:396-404.