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2009Validation of the sheep as a large animal model for the study of vertebral osteoporosisZarrinkalam, K.; Beard, H.; Schultz, C.; Moore, R.
2007Intervertebral disc degeneration reduces vertebral motion responsesColloca, C.; Keller, T.; Moore, R.; Gunzburg, R.; Harrison, D.
2009The prevalence and pathogenesis of synovial cysts within the ligamentum flavum in patients with lumbar spinal stenosis and radiculopathyWilby, M.; Fraser, R.; Vernon-Roberts, B.; Moore, R.
2008The Natural History of Age-Related Disc Degeneration: The Influence of Age and Pathology on Cell Populations in the L4-L5 DiscVernon-Roberts, B.; Moore, R.; Fraser, R.
2007Muscular contributions to dynamic dorsoventral lumbar spine stiffnessKeller, T.; Colloca, C.; Harrison, D.; Moore, R.; Gunzburg, R.
2008Recent advances in annular pathobiology provide insights into rim-lesion mediated intervertebral disc degeneration and potential new approaches to annular repair strategiesMelrose, J.; Smith, S.; Little, C.; Moore, R.; Vernon-Roberts, B.; Fraser, R.
2013Recombinant human bone morphogenetic protein-type 2 (rhBMP-2) enhances local bone formation in the lumbar spine of osteoporotic sheepZarrinkalam, M.; Schultz, C.; Ardern, D.; Vernon-Roberts, B.; Moore, R.
2006Increased multiaxial lumbar motion responses during multiple-impulse mechanical force manually assisted spinal manipulationKeller, T.; Colloca, C.; Moore, R.; Gunzburg, R.; Harrison, D.
2012Immunoselected STRO-3⁺ mesenchymal precursor cells and restoration of the extracellular matrix of degenerate intervertebral discs: Laboratory investigationGhosh, P.; Moore, R.; Vernon-Roberts, B.; Goldschlager, T.; Pascoe, D.; Zannettino, A.; Gronthos, S.; Itescu, S.
1997Simple method for the simultaneous demonstration of formation and resorption in undecalcified bone embedded in methyl methacrylateMcNeil, P.; Durbridge, T.; Parkinson, I.; Moore, R.