Publikationen von Tengteng Tang

Zeitschriftenartikel (6)

Tang, T.; Landis, W.; Blouin, S.; Bertinetti, L.; Hartmann, M. A.; Berzlanovich, A.; Weinkamer, R.; Wagermaier, W.; Fratzl, P.: Subcanalicular nanochannel volume is inversely correlated with calcium content in human cortical bone. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 38 (2), S. 313 - 325 (2023)
Tang, T.; Landis, W.; Raguin, E.; Werner, P. E.; Bertinetti, L.; Dean, M.; Wagermaier, W.; Fratzl, P.: A 3D network of nanochannels for possible ion and molecule transit in mineralizing bone and cartilage. Advanced nanoBiomed research 2 (8), 2100162 (2022)
Chiou, A. E.; Liu, C.; Moreno-Jiménez, I.; Tang, T.; Wagermaier, W.; Dean, M. N.; Fischbach, C.; Fratzl, P.: Breast cancer–secreted factors perturb murine bone growth in regions prone to metastasis. Science Advances 7 (12), eabf2283 (2021)
Wang, Q.; Tang, T.; Cooper, D.; Eltit, F.; Fratzl, P.; Guy, P.; Wang, R.: Globular structure of the hypermineralized tissue in human femoral neck. Journal of Structural Biology 212, 107606 (2020)
Zou, Z.; Tang, T.; Macías-Sánchez, E.; Sviben, S.; Landis, W. J.; Bertinetti, L.; Fratzl, P.: Three-dimensional structural interrelations between cells, extracellular matrix and mineral in normally mineralizing Aavian leg tendon. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 117 (25), S. 14102 - 14109 (2020)
Tang, T.; Wagermaier, W.; Schütz, R.; Wang, Q.; Eltit, F.; Fratzl, P.; Wang, R.: Hypermineralization in the femoral neck of the elderly. Acta Biomaterialia 89, S. 330 - 342 (2019)

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Landis, W. J.; Tang, T.; DiFeo Childs, R.: Current concepts of the mineralization of type I collagen in vertebrate tissues. In: Vertebrate skeletal histology and paleohistology (Hg. de Buffrénil, V.; Zylberberg, L.; de Ricqlès, A. J.; Padian, K.; Laurin, M. et al.). CRC Press Inc, Boca Raton (2021)
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