Publications

  • Bollen AM: A longitudinal study of the urinary excretion of a bone resorption marker in adolescents. Annals of Human Biology 27:199-211, 2000.
  • Bollen AM, Taguchi A, Hujoel PP and Hollender LG: Case-control study on self reported osteoporotic fractures and mandibular cortical bone. Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology, Oral Radiology and Endodontics 90:518-524, 2000.
  • Bollen AM, Taguchi A, Hujoel PP, Hollender LG: Fractal dimension from dental radiographs. Dentomaxillofacial radiology, 30:270-275, 2001.
  • Bollen AM: Letter to the editor. Annals of Internal Medicine 135, 928, 2001.
  • Bollen AM, Taguchi A, Hujoel P, Hollender LG: Osteoporotic fractures and dental status in the elderly. JDR, 2002 IADR meeting, San Diego.
  • Lingenbrink JC, King G, Bollen AM, Hujoel P, Huang G, Orsini-Alcalde G: Quality of life comparison between Invisalign and conventional Orthodontic patients. JDR, 2002 IADR meeting, San Diego.
  • Bollen, A-M: Unknown impact of an orthodontic functional appliance (Twin block) on growth in Class II division I malocclusions suggests caution. J Evid Base Dental Pract 2, 2002
  • Bollen, A-M: Large overjet and longer teeth are associated with more root resorption when treated orthodontically. J Evid Base Dental Pract 2, 2002
  • Bollen A-M: Extraction patterns are associated with root resorption. J Evid Base Dental Pract 2, 2002
  • Bollen A-M: Resin-modified glassionomer cement can be used to bond orthodontic brackets. J Evid Base Dental Pract 2, 2002
  • Bollen A-M: “Essentials for Orthodontic Practice”. Riolo ML and Avery JK, Editors. EFOP, Ann Arbor, MI, 2003. Chapter 7: Etiology of Malocclusion. pp. 179-193.
  • Clementts KM, Bollen A-M, Taguchi A, Sanada M, Suei Y, Ohtsuka M, Nakamoto T, Lee K, Tsuda M, Ohama K, Tanimoto K, Bollen A-M. Effect of estrogen use on tooth retention, oral bone height, and oral bone porosity in Japanese postmenopausal women. Menopause 11:556-562, 2004.
  • Hujoel PP, Bollen A-M, Noonan CJ, del Aguila MA. Antepartum dental radiography and infant low birth weight. JAMA, 291:1987-1993, 2004.
  • Bollen A-M. Letter to the Editor. Three-dimensional scans and radiation exposure. Am. J. Orthod and Dentofacial Orthop 126;17A, 2004.
  • Bollen A-M. Herbst appliance more effective than twin-block appliance in treating adolescent Class II division 1 malocclusions. J Evid Base Dental Pract., 2004
  • Bollen AM, Taguchi A, Hyjoel P & Hollender L: Number of teeth and residual alveolar ridge height in subjects with a history o self-reported osteoporotic fractures, Osteoporos, Int: 15: 970-974. 2004
  • Abstracts Bollen A-M., Taguchi A, Hujoel P, Hollender LG: Osteoporotic fractures and dental status in the elderly. JDR, 2002 IADR meeting, San Diego.
  • Lingenbrink JC, King G, Bollen A-M, Hujoel P, Huang G, Orsini-Alcalde G: Quality of life comparison between Invisalign and conventional orthodontic patients. JDR, 2002 IADR meeting, San Diego.
  • Lemperes A, Coldwell SE, Oswald TK, Bollen A-M. Validation of the Pubertal Development Scale. JDR, 2004, IADR meeting, Hawaii.
  • Chaison J, Rothe L, Bollen A-M. Orthodontic relapse and mandibular cortical thickness-A case-control study. JDR, 2004, IADR meeting, Hawaii.
  • Bai X-Q, Chiu I-Y, Bollen. A-M Effects of dietary calcium during growth on rat skull. JDR, 2004, IADR meeting, Hawaii.
  • Hujoel P, Bollen A-M, Noonan C, Del Aguila M. Very low dose head-and-neck radiation during gestation and birth weight. JDR, 2004, IADR meeting, Hawaii.
  • Hujoel PP, Lydon-Rochelle M, Bollen A-M, Woods JS, Geurtsen W, del Aguila MA. Mercury exposure from dental filling placement during pregnancy and low birth weight risk. Am J Epidemiol 161: 734-740, 2005.
  • Taguchi A, Suei Y, Ohtsuka M, Nakamoto T, Lee K, Sanada M, Tsuda M, Ohama K, Tanimoto K, Bollen A-M. Relationship between self-reported periodontal status and skeletal bone mineral density in Japanese postmenopausal women. Menopause 12: 144-148, 2005.
  • Orsini G, Huang GJ, Kiyak HA, Ramsay DS, Bollen A-M, Anderson NK, Giddon DB. Methods to evaluate profile preferences for the A-P position of the mandible. Am J Orthod Dentofac Orthop, accepted for publication.
  • Rothe LE, Bollen A-M, Little RM, Herring SW, Chaison JB, Chen C,Hollender LG. Trabecular and cortical bone as risk factors for orthodontic relapse. Am J Orthod Dentofac Orthop, accepted for publication.
  • Bollen A-M and Bai X-Q. Effects of long-term calcium intake on body weight, body fat and bone in growing rats. Osteoporosis Int., in press.
  • Taguchi A, Tsuda M, Ohtsuka M, Kodama I, Sanada M, Nakamoto T, Inagaki K, Noguchi T, Kudo Y, Suei Y, Tanimoto K, Bollen A-M, Hujoel PP. Use of dental panoramic radiographs in identifying younger postmenopausal women with osteoporosis. Osteoporosis Int., accepted for publication.
  • Decker J: Image Editing (Techno byte) AJODO: 125:215-219, 2004.
  • Herring S: Sutures and craniosynostosis: An evolutionary, comparative and functional perspective. In: Craniosynostosis 2nd Ed ed. MM Cohen, Jr: Oxford University Press, pps 3-10, 2000.
  • Rafferty K and Herring S: Three-dimensional loading and growth of the zygomatic arch. J Exptl Biol 203:2093-3004, 2000.
  • Herring S and Teng S: Strain in the braincase and its sutures during function. Am J Phys Anthrop 112: 575-593, 2000.
  • Liu Z and Herring S: Bone surface strains and internal bony pressures at the jaw joint during masticatory muscle contraction. Arch Oral Biol 45:45-112, 2000.
  • Liu ZJ and Herring S: Bone surface strains and internal bony pressures at the jaw joint during masticatory muscle contraction. Arch Oral Biol 45:95-112, 2000.
  • Anapol F and Herring SW: Ontogeny of histochemical fiber types and muscle function in the masseter muscle of miniature swine. Am J Phys Anthrop 112:595-613, 2000.
  • Sindelar BJ, Evanko SP, Alonzo T, Herring SW and Wight T: Effects of intra-oral splint wear on proteoglycans in the temporomandibular joint disc. Arch Biochem Biophys 379:64-70.
  • Herring SW and Rafferty KL: Cranial and facial sutures: functional loading in relation to growth and morphology. In: Biological Mechanisms of Tooth Eruption, Resorption and Replacement by Implants, eds. Z. Davidovitch and J. Mah, Harvard Soc Adv Orthodontics, pps. 269-276, 2000.
  • Liu ZJ and Herring SW: Masticatory strains on osseous and ligamentous components of the jaw joint in miniature pigs. J Orofacial Pain 14:265-278, 2000.
  • Herring SW and Liu ZJ: Loading of the TMJ: Anatomical and in vivo evidence from the bones. Cells Tissues Organs, 2000.
  • Zhang F, Langenbach GEJ, Hannam AG and Herring SW: Mass properties of the pig mandible. J Dent Res 80:327-335, 2001.
  • Yun TJ, Tallquist MD, Aicher A, Rafferty KL, Marshall AJ, Moon JJ, Ewings MK, Mohaupt M, Herring SW and Clark EA: Osteoprotegerin: a crucial regulator of bone metabolism, also regulates B cell development and function. J. Immunol. 166:1482-1491, 2001.
  • Herring SW and Liu ZJ: Loading of the TMJ: anatomical and in vivo evidence from the bones. Cells Tissues Organs 169:193-200, 2001.
  • Herring SW, Rafferty KL, Liu, ZJ and Marshall CD: Jaw muscles and the skull in mammals: the biomechanics of mastication. Comp Biochem Physiol. A 131:207-219, 2001.
  • Herring SW: Critical commentary on the role of the human lateral pterygoid muscle in the control of horizontal jaw movements by Murray, G.M. et al. J Orofacial Pain 15:292-295, 2001.
  • Herring SW: Commentary on Magnetic resonance spectroscopy of the masseter muscle in different facial morphological patterns by Al-Farra ET et al., Am. J. Orthod. Dentofacial Orthop, 120:434, 2001.
  • Sindelar BJ and Herring SW: Intra-oral splint effects on the masticatory system. J. Oral Rehab, accepted.
  • Popowics, TE, Rensberger, JM and Herring, SW: The fracture behavior of human and pig molar cusps. Arch. Oral Biol. 46:1-12, 2001
  • Sun, Z, Liu, ZJ and Herring, SW: Movement of TMJ tissues during mastication and passive manipulation: a study in miniature pigs. Arch. Oral Biol. 47:293-305, 2002
  • Sindelar, BJ, Edwards, S and Herring, SW: Morphologic changes in the TMJ following splint wear. Anat. Rec. 266:167-176, 2002.
  • Herring, SW, Decker, JD, Liu, ZJ and Ma, T: The temporomandibular joint in miniature pigs: anatomy, cell replication, and relation to loading. Anat. Rec. 166:152-166, 2002.
  • Langenbach, GEJ, Zhang, F, Herring, SW and Hannam, AG: Reconstruction of the pigÕs jaw system and the prediction of its masticatory biomechanics. J. Anat. 201:383-393, 2002.
  • Popowics, TE, Zhu, Z and Herring, SW: Mechanical properties of the periosteum in the pig, Sus scrofa. Arch. Oral Biol. 47:733-741, 2002.
  • Herring, SW, Agazzi, M, Emry, PK and Peterson, JA. 2002. Mammalian jaw muscles: growth and in vivo behavior of an aponeurosis. In Topics in Vertebrate Functional and Ecological Morphology, ed. P. Aerts et al., Shaker Publishing BV, pp. 105-124, 2002.
  • Herring, SW: Ontogenetic integration of form and function. In Key Concepts and Approaches in Evolutionary Developmental Biology, ed. BK Hall and WM Olson, Harvard Univ. Press, in press.
  • Sindelar, BJ and Herring, SW: Intra-oral splint effects on the masticatory system. J. Oral Rehab, accepted.
  • Liu, Z-J, King, GJ and Herring, SW: Alterations of morphology and microdensity in the condyle following mandibular osteodistraction in the rat. J. Oral Maxillofac. Surg. Accepted.
  • Rafferty, KL, Herring, SW and Marshall, C: The biomechanics of the rostrum and the role of facial sutures. J. Morph, accepted.
  • Abstracts: Marshall, CD and SW Herring: Motor control of perioral muscles: somatotopic organization in the pig facial nucleus. Proceedings SICB Annual Mtg, p. 287, 2001.
  • Popowics, TE, JM Rensberger and SW Herring: Enamel structure and cusp strain inhuman and pig molars. J. Dent. Res. 80:231, 2001.
  • Popowics, TE, JM Rensberger and SW Herring: Structural aspects of stres concentration in mammalian molar cusps. J. Morphol. 248:271, 2001.
  • Sindelar, BJ, ZJ Liu and SW Herring: Functional strains in the jaw joint capsule and disc during mastication in pigs, Sus scrofa. J. Morphol. 248:285, 2001.
  • Hsu, RH, CD Marshall and SW Herring: The organization of the neurons innervating the superior orbicularis oris. J. Dent. Res. 81:A-457, 2002.
  • Sun, Z, ZJ Liu and SW Herring: Movement of TMJ tissues in miniature pigs. J. Dent. Res. 81:A-383, 2002.
  • Sindelar, BJ and SW Herring: Correlates of degenerative joint disease following intra-oral splint wear. J. Dent. Res. 81:A-384, 2002.
  • Liu, ZJ, GJ King, SW Herring and MF Whelan: Remodeling of the condyle following mandibular osteodistraction in rats. J. Dent. Res. 81:A-382, 2002.
  • Ochaeron, P and SW Herring: Osteogenic cell migration during growth of the mandibular ramus. J. Dent. Res. 81:A-215, 2002.
  • Rafferty, KL and SW Herring: In vivo biomechanics of the snout. Proceedings SICB Annual Mtg, p. 281, 2003.
  • Liu, ZJ, Green, JR, Moore, CA and Herring, SW. 2004. Time series analysis of jaw muscle contraction and tissue deformation during mastication in miniature pigs. J. Oral Rehab. 31:7-17.
  • Sun, Z, Lee, E and Herring, SW. 2004. Cranial sutures and bones: growth and fusion in relation to masticatory strain. Anat. Rec. 276A:150-161.
  • Popowics, TE, Rensberger, JM and Herring, SW. 2004. Enamel microstructure and microstrain in the fracture of human and pig molar cusps. Arch. Oral Biol. 49:595-605.
  • Herring SW, Sun, Z, Egbert, MA, Rafferty, KL and Liu, ZJ. 2004. Is distraction the only motion permitted at the osteotomy site? Fixation and stability of the pig mandible. In Biological Mechanisms of Tooth Movement and Craniofacial Adaptation, ed. Z Davidovitch and J Mah. Harvard Soc. Adv. Orthodont., Bangkok, pp. 31-38.
  • Sun Z, Rafferty KL, Egbert MA, Herring SW. 2004. Mandibular osteotomy site separation during acute distraction. In Biological Mechanisms of Tooth Movement and Craniofacial Adaptation, ed. Z Davidovitch and J Mah. Harvard Soc. Adv. Orthodont., Bangkok, pp 53-58.
  • Rafferty KL, Sun Z, Egbert MA, Herring SW. 2004. Bony strains in response to distractor activation. In Biological Mechanisms of Tooth Movement and Craniofacial Adaptation, ed. Z Davidovitch and J Mah. Bangkok, Harvard Soc. Adv. Orthodontics, pp. 59-62.
  • Liu ZJ, King GJ and Herring SW. 2004. Why do we fail to achieve predicted lengthening in mandibular osteodistraction? Observations on condylar morphology and microdensity in growing and maturing rats. In Biological Mechanisms of Tooth Movement and Craniofacial Adaptation, ed. Z Davidovitch and J Mah. Bangkok, Harvard Soc. Adv. Orthodontics, pp. 39-52.
  • Marshall CD, Hsu R, Herring SW. Accepted. Somatotopic organization of perioral musculature innervation within the pig facial motor nucleus. Brain Behav Evol.
  • Sindelar BJ and Herring SW. Accepted. Soft tissue mechanics of the TMJ. Cells Tiss. Org.
  • Marshall CD, Hsu R, Herring SW. 2005. Somatotopic organization of perioral musculature innervation within the pig facial motor nucleus. Brain Behav Evol. 66:22-34.
  • Herring SW, Ochareon, P. 2005. Bone–special problems of the craniofacial region. Orthod Craniofacial Res. 8:174-182.
  • Sindelar BJ and Herring SW. 2005. Soft tissue mechanics of the TMJ. Cells Tiss. Org. 180:36-43.
  • Herring SW, Pedersen SC, Huang X. 2005. Ontogeny of bone strain: the zygomatic arch in pigs. J. Exptl. Biol. 208:4509-4521.
  • Popowics TE, Herring SW. Accepted. Teeth, jaws and muscles in mammalian mastication. In Feeding in Domestic Vertebrates, ed. V Bels. Oxon, UK, CAB International.
  • Sun Z, Rafferty KL, Egbert MA, Herring SW. In press. Mandibular mechanics following osteotomy and appliance placement. I. Postoperative mobility of the osteotomy site. J. Oral Maxillofac. Surg.
  • Rafferty KL, Sun Z, Egbert MA, Baird EE, Herring SW. In press. Mandibular mechanics following osteotomy and appliance placement. II. Bone strain on the body and condylar neck. J. Oral Maxillofac. Surg.
  • Rothe LE, Bollen A-M, Little RM, Herring SW, Chaison JB, Chen C, Hollender LG. Accepted. Trabecular and cortical bone as risk factors for orthodontic relapse. Am. J. Orthod. Dentofac. Orthop.
  • Herring, S.W., Ochareon, P. Submitted. Osteogenesis and the vasculature: should the scaffold come first? Tissue Eng.
    Abstracts Rafferty KL, Z Sun, SW Herring 2005. Condylar growth following unilateral mandibular distraction. IADR.
  • Artese F, SW Herring 2005. Effects of removal of masseter fibers on mini-pig zygomatic arch. IADR.
  • Lemme M, ZJ Liu, KL Rafferty, S Herring 2005. In vivo postorbital ligament deformation: temporalis incursion or masseteric pull. IADR.
  • Ochareon P, S Herring 2005. Replicating cells in the craniofacial periosteum of growing pigs. IADR.
  • Popowics TE, R Wealthall, SW Herring 2005. How does the nasofrontal suture transmit load? IADR.
  • Sun Z, E Lee, S Herring 2005. Cranial sutures in pigs: bone growth and cell
  • Noxon SJ, King GJ, Gu G, Huang GJ: Osteoclast Clearance from Periodontal Tissues During Orthodontic Tooth Movement. AJODO 120(5):466-76, 2001.
  • Huang GJ, L. LeResche L, Critchlow CW, Martin MD, Drangsholt MT: Risk Factors for Diagnostic Subgroups of Painful TMD. JDR 81(4): 284-8, 2002.
  • Connolly JP, Liu ZJ, Wang LL, Whelan MF, Huang GJ, Williams JK, King GJ: A Custom Mandibular Distraction Device for the Rat. J Craniofac Surgery 13(3):445-52, 2002.
  • Huang, GJ: Long-Term Stability of Anterior Openbite Therapy: A Review. Semin Orthod 8(3):162-72, 2002.
  • Pang JWY, Heffelfinger JD, Huang GJ, Benedetti TJ, Weiss NS: Outcomes of Planned Home Births in Washington State: 1989-1996. Obstet Gynecol 100(2): 253-9, 2002
  • Huang G, King G, Hujoel P and Ma T: Activation tiem and Material stiffness of sequenstial removable orthodontic appliances. Part 1: Ability to complete treatment and Part 2: Dental improvements. AAO, 496-508, 2003.
  • King GJ, Wang LL, Liu ZJ, Chiu IY, Huang GJ. 2003. Effect of distraction rate and consolidation period on bone density following mandibular osteodistraction in rats. Archives of Oral Biology 48(4): 299-308 .
  • Huang GJ. 2003. Case Report Ð How would you treat this malocclusion? PCSO Bulletin 75(3): 24-25, 46-47.
  • Huang GJ, del Aguila MA. 2003. The distribution of orthodontic services and fees in an insured population in Washington State. AJODO 124(4): 366-72.
  • Bollen AM, Huang GJ, King GJ, Hujoel P, Ma T. 2003. Sequential removable orthodontic appliances, activation time and material stiffness – Part I: Ability to complete treatment. AJODO 124(5): 496-501
  • Clements KM, Bollen AM, Huang GJ, King GJ, Hujoel P, Ma T. 2003. Sequential Removable Orthodontic Appliances, Activation Time and Material Stiffness – Part II: Dental Improvements. AJODO 124(5): 502-8.
  • Huang GJ. 2004. Making the case for evidence-based orthodontics . AJODO 125(4): 405-6 .
  • Huang GJ, Marston BE, del Aguila MA. 2004. Orthodontic care in an insured population in Washington: demographic factors. AJODO 125(6): 741-6.
  • Huang GJ. 2004. Occlusal adjustment for treating and preventing temporomandibular disorders. AJODO 126(2):138-9.
  • Huang GJ. 2004. The effectiveness of the twin-block appliance for the correction of class II division I malocclusion during mixed dentition. J Evid Base Dent Pract 3:222-3.
  • King GJ, Wang LL, Liu ZJ, Chiu IY, Huang GJ. 2003. Effect of distraction rate and consolidation period on bone density following mandibular osteodistraction in rats. Archives of Oral Biology 48(4): 299-308. Huang GJ. 2003. Case Report Ð How would you treat this malocclusion? PCSO Bulletin 75(3): 24-25, 46-47.
  • Huang, GJ. 2003. Traditional orthodontic treatment, orthodontic appliances, and extraction for orthodontic treatment do not appear to cause TMD. J Evid Base Dent Pract 3:28-30. Huang GJ, del Aguila MA. 2003. The distribution of orthodontic services and fees in an insured population in Washington state. AJODO 124(4): 366-72.
  • Bollen AM, Huang GJ, King GJ, Hujoel P, Ma T. 2003. Sequential removable orthodontic appliances, activation time and material stiffness – Part I: Ability to complete treatment. AJODO 124(5): 496-501
  • Clements KM, Bollen AM, Huang GJ, King GJ, Hujoel P, Ma T. 2003. Sequential Removable Orthodontic Appliances, Activation Time and Material Stiffness – Part II: Dental Improvements. AJODO 124(5): 502-8.
  • Huang GJ. 2004. Making the case for evidence-based orthodontics . AJODO 125(4): 405-6.
  • Huang GJ, Marston BE, del Aguila MA. 2004. Orthodontic care in an insured population in Washington: demographic factors. AJODO 125(6): 741-6.
  • Huang GJ. 2004. Occlusal adjustment for treating and preventing temporomandibular disorders. AJODO 126(2):138-9.
  • Huang GJ. 2004. The effectiveness of the twin-block appliance for the correction of class II division I malocclusion during mixed dentition. J Evid Base Dent Pract 4:222-3
  • Huang GJ. 2004. The psychosocial benefits of the twin-block appliance in class II division I patients during mixed dentition. J Evid Base Dent Pract 4:286-7.
  • Huang GJ. 2005. Fasten you seat belts for the bumpy ride to evidence-based practice. AJODO 127(1):4-5.
  • Nett BC, Huang GJ. 2005. Long-term posttreatment changes measured by the American Board of Orthodontics objective grading system. AJODO 127(4):444-50.
  • Mirabelli JT, Huang GJ, Siu CH, King GJ, Omnell L. 2005. Effectiveness of phase I orthodontic treatment in a medicaid population. AJODO 127(5):592-8.
  • Huang GJ. 2005. What do we want to know? AJODO 127(6):648-9. AAO Council on Scientific Affairs (first author, Huang GJ). 2005. Ask us: Functional appliances and long-term effects on mandibular growth. AJODO 128(3):271-2.
  • Ormiston JP, Huang GJ, Little RM, Decker JD, Seuk GD. 2005. A retrospective analysis of long-term stable and unstable orthodontic treatment outcomes. AJODO 128(5):568-74.
  • Theis JE, Huang GJ. King GJ, Omnell ML. 2005. Eligibility for publicly funded orthodontic treatment determined by the handicapping labiolingual deviation index. AJODO 128(6):708-15.
  • Huang GJ. 2005. Emergency orthodontic treatment after the traumatic intrusive luxation of maxillary incisors. J Evid Base Dent Pract 5:145-6.
  • Joondeph D: Retention and Relapse. Orthodontics: Current Principles and Techniques. C.V. Mosby Company, Third Edition, 2000.
  • Joondeph D: Mysteries of asymmetries. Am J Orthod and Dentofac Orthop 117: 577-579, 2000.
  • Zierhut E, Joondeph D, Artun J, Little R: Long-term profile changes associated with successfully treated extraction and nonextraction Class II, Division 1 malocclusions. Angle Orthod 70:208-219, 2000.
  • McGorray SP, Wheeler TT, Dolce C and King GJ: Molar class relapse following Phase 1 treatment of Class II malocclusion. J Dent Res 79:241 2000.
  • Babb LK, McGorray SP, Dolce C, Taylor M, King GJ and Wheeler TT: Vertical skeletal and dental changes with early treatment of Class II malocclusion. J Dent Res 79:242 2000.
  • Babb LK, McGorray SP, Taylor M, Dolce C, King GJ and Wheeler TT.: Cervical maturation as an index for craniofacial growth. J Dent Res 79:245 2000.
  • Konoo T, Kim YJ, Gu GM and King GJ: Effects of rest periods on orthodontic tooth movement. J Dent Res 79:325 2000.
  • Wexler DL, King GJ and Dolce C: Immunohistochemical studies of transforming growth factor Ð beta during orthodontic tooth movement. J Dent Res 79:325 2000.
  • Kiyak HA, King GJ, Iseri H, Kataalp F and Arman, A: Orthodontic treatment-seeking: Parent-child differences across cultures. J Dent Res 79:457 2000.
  • LeResche L, Drangsholdt M, Huggins KH, Garson G, Dworkin SF and King GJ: Reliability of the pubertal development scale in a dental setting. J Dent Res 79:592 2000.
  • Dopazo L, McGorray SP, Dolce C, Taylor M, King GJ and Wheeler TT: Class II malocclusion two-phase treatment and root resorption. J Dent Res 79:614 2000.
  • King GJ, Noxon SJ and Rody WJ: Osteoclastic mechanisms in orthodontic tooth movement, In: Biological Mechanisms of Tooth Eruption, Resorption and Replacement by Implants, eds. Z. Davidovitch and J. Mah, Harvard Society for the Advancement of Orthodontics, Boston, MA, USA. pps. 81-89, 2000.
  • Konoo T, Kim YJ, Gu GM and King GJ: Intermittent force in orthodontic tooth movement, J Dent Res, J Dent Res. 80(2):457-460, 2001.
  • Rody WJ, King GJ and Gu GM: Osteoclast recruitment to sites of compression in orthodontic tooth movement. Am J Orthod and Dentofac Orthop, 120(5):477-489, 2001
  • Noxon SJ, King GJ, Gu GM and Huang G: Osteoclast clearance from periodontal tissues during orthodontic tooth movement. Am J Orthod and Dentofac Orthop, 120 (5): 466-476, 2001.
  • Wheeler TT, McGorray SP, Keeling SD, King GJ: Effectiveness of Early Treatment of Class II Malocclusion, Am. J. Orthod. And Dentofac. Orthop. 121(1):9-17, 2001.
  • Ashmore JL, Kurland BF, King GJ, Wheeler TT, Ghafari J, Ramsay DS: A Three Dimensional Analysis Of Molar Movement During Headgear Treatment, Am. J. Orthod. And Dentofac. Orthop. 121(1):18-29, 2001.
  • King GJ, Liu ZJ, Wang LL, Chiu J and Huang GJ: Effect of Distraction Rate and Consolidation Period on Mandibular Distraction Osteogenesis in a Rat Model, J. Bone and Mineral Research (Submitted)
  • Leavitt AH, King GJ, Ramsay, DJ, Jackson, DL: A Longitudinal Evaluation of Pulpal Pain During Orthodontic tooth movement, Clinical Orthodontics and Research 5(1):2929-37, 2002.
  • Connolly JP, Liu ZJ, Wang LL, Whelan MF, Huang GJ, Williams, JK, King, GJ: A Custom Mandibular Distraction Device for the Rat, J. Craniofac. Surg. 13 (3): 1-6, 2002.
  • Liu ZJ, King GJ, Herring SW: Growth and Remodeling of the Condyle following Mandibular Osteodistraction in the Rat, J. Oral and Maxillofacial Surg. (In Press)
  • Wheeler TT, McGorray, SP, Dolce C, King GJ: Results from Federally Funded Class II Randomized Clinical Trials. Treatment Timing:Orthodontics in four dimensions (2002). McNamara and Kelly, Eds. Vol. 39, Craniofacial Growth Series, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, p 55-73, 2002.
  • King GJ, McGorray SP, Wheeler TT, Taylor M: Comparison of Peer Assessment Ratings (PAR) from 1-Phase and 2-Phase Treatment Protocols for Class II Malocclusions. Am. J. Orthod and Dentofac. Orthop. (In Press).
  • King GJ, Liu ZJ, Wang LL, Chiu IY, Whelan MF and Huang GJ. Effect of Distraction Rate and Consolidation Period on Bone Density Following Mandibular Osteodistraction in Rats. Arch. Oral Biol. (In Press).
  • Abstracts Wortham JR, McGorray SP, Taylor M, Dolce C, King GJ, Wheeler TT. Arch Dimension Changes following Phase 1 and Phase II Class II Treatment J. Dent Res 80:A177, 2001.
  • McGorray SP, Dolce C, King GJ, Taylor M, Wheeler TT. Evaluation of Class II Malocclusion Treatment using the Peer Assessment Rating (PAR) Index. J. Dent Res 80:A180, 2001.
  • Ashmore JL, Kurland BF, King GJ, Ghafari J, Wheeler TT and Ramsay DS: A Three Dimensional Analysis of Molar Movement during Headgear Treatment. J. Dent Res 80:A180, 2001.
  • Rody WJ, King GJ, Gu GG: Osteoclast Recruitment to Sites of Compression in Orthodontic Tooth Movement. J. Dent Res 80:A227, 2001.
  • Wojtkowski DE, Gu GG, Vakoula A, King GJ, Snowdowne KW: Trans-mucosal Delivery of drugs to the periodontium. J. Dent Res 80:A227, 2001.
  • Noxon SJ, King GJ, Gu GG and Huang GJ: Apoptosis of Osteoclasts at Compression Sites During Orthodontic Tooth Movement. J. Dent Res 80:A227, 2001.
  • Lingenbrink, JC, King, GJ, Bollen, AM, Hujoel, P, Huang, GJ: Quality of life comparison between clear removable and conventional orthodontics. J. Dent. Res. 81:A-463 2002.
  • Perce, SM, Mcgorray, SP, Dolce, C, King, GJ, Taylor, MG, Wheeler, TT: PAR index relapse following treatment for Class II malocclusion. J. Dent. Res. 81:A-302 2002.
  • Liu, ZJ, King, GJ, Herring, SW, Whelan, MF: Remodeling of the condyle following mandibular osteodistraction in rats. J. Dent. Res. 81:A-382 2002.
  • King GJ, McGorray SP, Wheeler TT, Taylor M: Comparison of Peer Assessment Ratings (PAR) from 1-Phase and 2-Phase Treatment Protocols for Class II Malocclusions. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 2003; 123:489-496.
  • King GJ, Liu ZJ, Wang LL, Chiu IY, Whelan MF and Huang GJ. Effect of Distraction Rate and Consolidation Period on Bone Density Following Mandibular Osteodistraction in Rats. Arch. Oral Biol. 48/4 pp 299 Ð 308, 2003.
  • Baskin CR, Liu ZJ, King GJ, Magio-Price, L. Vascular Leak Syndrome of Sprague-Dawley Rats in a Mandibular Distraction Osteogenesis Study. Comparative Medicine, 53(2):46-51, 2003.
  • Liu, ZJ, King, GJ, Herring, SW. Why do we fail to achieve predicted lengthening in mandibular osteodistraction? Observations on condylar morphology and microdensity in growing and maturing rats In: Davidovitch, Z., Mah, J. (eds.) Biological Mechanisms of Tooth Eruption, Resorption and Replacement by Implants, HSAO, Boston, MA (In press).
  • Bollen, AM, Huang, GJ, King, GJ, Hujoel, P, Ma, T. Activation time and material stiffness of sequential removable orthodontic appliances. Part 1: Ability to complete treatment. Am. J. Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 124: 496-501 2004.
  • Clement, KM, Bollen, AM, Huang, GJ, King, GJ, Hujoel, P, Ma, T. Activation time and material stiffness of sequential removable orthodontic appliances. Part 2: Dental improvements. Am. J. Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 124: 502-508 2004.
  • Mirabelli, JT, Huang, GJ, Siu, CH, King, GJ, Omnell, L. The effectiveness of phase 1 orthodontic treatment in a Medicaid population. Am. J. Orthod Dentofacial Orthop (In Press).
  • Huang, JC, King,GJ, Kapila, S. Biological mechanisms in orthodontic tooth movement . In: Nanda, R (ed.) Biomechanics in Clinical Orthodontics: New Horizons, Elsevier, St. Louis, (In Press).
  • Williams, B, King, GJ, Liu, ZJ, Rafferty, K, Dynamic histomorphometric analysis of regenerate osteogenesis following mandibular distraction in the rat. Arch. Oral Biol. (In Press).
  • Shin, JY, Liu, ZJ, King, GJ, Trabecular organization in mandibular osteodistraction in growing and maturing rats. J. Oral and Maxillofac. Surg 63:77-86 2005.
  • King, GJ, Hall, CV, Milgrom, P, Grembowski, D, Early Orthodontic Treatment as a Means to Increase Access for Children of Low-income Families in Washington State. JADA (In Review).
  • Liu, ZJ, Anderson, MW, Gu GM, King, GJ, Apoptosis in the regenerate produced by mandibular distraction in the mature rat, Orthodontics and Craniofacial Research (In Press).
  • Riechmuth, M, Greene, KA, Orsini, MG, Cisneros, GJ, King, GJ, Kiyak, HA, Occlusal Perceptions of Children Seeking Orthodontics: Impact of Ethnicity and Socioeconomic Status AJODO, (In Press).
  • Theis, J, Huang, G, King, GJ, Omnell, L, Eligibility for publicly funded orthodontic treatment determined by the handicapping labiolingual deviation index AJODO, (In Press).
  • King, GJ, Patients with multiple congenitally missing teeth have altered craniofacial morphologies J. Evid Base Dent Pract 4:1-2 2004.
  • Okafuji N., Liu Z.J. and King G.J.: Assessment of cell proliferation during mandibular osteodistraction in the mature rat. Am. J. Orthod. Dentofac. Orthop. 2004, (In Preparation).
  • King Abstracts King GJ, Liu, ZJ, Kim, YA, Bai XQ, Mineralization and microdensity in Regeneration following mandibular distraction in growing rats. J. Dent. Res. 82, 2003.
  • Liu ZJ, Marshall CD, Herring SW, King GJ. Biomechanical properties of regeneration following mandibular distraction in rats. J. Dent. Res. 82, 2003.
  • Clements KM, Bollen AM, Huang GJ, Hujoel P, King, G, Ma, T, Randomized trial on frequency of activation and stiffness of invisalign appliances. J. Dent. Res. 82, 2003.
  • Connors NA, Liu ZJ, Bollen AM, King GJ, Fractal analysis of regeneration in mandibular distraction in rats. J. Dent. Res. 82, 2003.
  • Kiyak HA. McGorray SP, Taylor MG, Dolce C, King GJ, Inglin BJ, Wheeler TT. Long-term psychosocial benefits of orthodontic intervention. J. Dent. Res. 82, 2003.
  • Chen JC, Hairfield WM, Huang GJ, King GJ, The development and validation of an orthodontic expert system for treatment need assessment. J. Dent. Res. 82, 2003.
  • King GJ, Liu, ZJ, Kim, YA, Bai XQ, Effect of age on mineralization and microdensity changes in the regenerate following mandibular distraction in rats. Proceedings of 4th International Conference on Biological Mechanisms of Tooth Movement and Craniofacial Adaptation, 2003, New York.
  • Liu ZJ, King GJ, Herring SW, Why do we fail to achieve predicted lengthening in mandibular osteodistraction? Observations on condylar morphology, microdensity and mineralization in young and adult rats. Proceedings of 4th International Conference on Biological Mechanisms of Tooth Movement and Craniofacial Adaptation, 2003, New York.
  • King, GJ.: Wir befinden uns derzeit auf der Suche. Kieferorthopadie Nachrichten, 11:8. 2004.
  • Liu Z.J., King, G.J. and D.R. Stewart.: Effect of relaxin on the physical properties of periodontal ligament J. Dent. Res. 83:2594, 2004.
  • Okafuji1, N, Liu, ZJ and King, GJ. Assessment of Cell Proliferation during Mandibular Osteodistraction in the Rat. J. Dent. Res, 83, 2004.
  • Anderson, MW, Liu, ZJ and King, GJ. Apoptosis in the Regenerate Bone Produced by Mandibular Osteodistraction in the Rat. J. Dent. Res, 83, 2004.
  • Shin, JY, Liu, ZJ, King, GJ. Trabecular organization of mandibular osteodistraction area in the rat. J. Dent. Res, 83, 2004.
  • Liu Z.J., King, G.J. and D.R. Stewart.: Does human relaxin accelerate orthodontic tooth movement in rats? Proceedings of 4th International Conference on Relaxin & Related Peptides. 2004, (In Press).
  • Liu Z.J. and King, G.J.: Condylar Mineralization Following Mandibular Osteodistraction in Growing and Maturing Rats. J. Dent. Res. 84: 2005, (In Press).
  • Tso H.H., Fuentes I., Liu Z.J. and King, G.J.: Bone Mineral apposition in the regenerate produced by mandibular osteodistraction. J. Dent. Res. 84: 2005, (In Press).
  • Hulem R., Gluhak-Heinrich J., Liu Z.J., King G.J. and Pavlin D.: Regulation of osteopontin gene expression during distraction osteogenesis in rat. J. Dent. Res. 84: 2005, (In Press).
  • Greenlee, G, Kiyak, A, Huang, G, Inglin, B, Yamaguchi, D, King, GJ, Descriptive Analysis of a Medicaid Population in a Prospective Clinical Trial, J. Dent. Res. 84: 2005, (In Press).
  • Mirabelli, JT, Huang, GJ, Siu, CH, King, GJ, Omnell, L. The effectiveness of phase 1 orthodontic treatment in a Medicaid population. Am. J. Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 127 (5): 592-598, 2005.
  • Huang, JC, King,GJ, Kapila, S. Biological mechanisms in orthodontic tooth movement . In: Nanda, R (ed.) Biomechanics in Clinical Orthodontics: New Horizons, Elsevier, St. Louis, pp. 17-37, 2005
  • Williams, B, King, GJ, Liu, ZJ, Rafferty, K, Sequential histomorphometric analysis of regenerate osteogenesis following mandibular distraction in the rat. Arch. Oral Biol. 50:497-506, 2005.
  • Shin, JY, Liu, ZJ, King, GJ, Trabecular organization in mandibular osteodistraction in growing and maturing rats. J. Oral and Maxillofac. Surg 63:77-86 2005.
  • King, GJ, Hall, CV, Milgrom, P, Grembowski, D, Early Orthodontic Treatment as a Means to Increase Access for Children of Low-income Families in Washington State. JADA 137:86-94, 2006.
  • Liu, ZJ, Anderson, MW, Gu GM, King, GJ, Apoptosis in the regenerate produced by mandibular distraction in the mature rat, Orthodontics and Craniofacial Research 8: 41-51, 2005.
  • Riechmuth, M, Greene, KA, Orsini, MG, Cisneros, GJ, King, GJ, Kiyak, HA, Occlusal Perceptions of Children Seeking Orthodontics: Impact of Ethnicity and Socioeconomic Status AJODO, 128 (5):575-582, 2005.
  • Theis, J, Huang, G, King, GJ, Omnell, L, Eligibility for publicly funded orthodontic treatment determined by the handicapping labiolingual deviation index. AJODO, 128:708-715, 2005
  • King, GJ, Patients with multiple congenitally missing teeth have altered craniofacial morphologies J. Evid Base Dent Pract 4:1-2 2004.
  • Okafuji N., Liu Z.J. and King G.J.: Assessment of cell proliferation during mandibular osteodistraction in the mature rat. Am. J. Orthod. Dentofac. Orthop. 2004, (In Revision).
  • King, GJ.: Wir befinden uns derzeit auf der Suche. Kieferorthopadie Nachrichten, 11:8. 2004.
  • Liu, ZJ, King, GJ, Gu, GM, Shin, JY and Stewart, DR. Does Human Relaxin Accelerate Orthodontic Tooth Movement in Rats? Annals of NY Acad. of Sci. (In Press)
  • Dolce, C, McGorray, S, Brazeau, L, King, GJ, Wheeler, TT. Timing of Class II treatment: Skeletal changes comparing one phase and two phase orthodontic treatment. AJODO (In Press)
  • King, GJ., Orthodontic Root Resorption, J. Tokyo Orthodontic Society 15:170-178 2005.
  • Pavlow, SS, McGorray, SP, Taylor, MG, Dolce, C, King, GJ, Wheeler, TT The effect of early treatment on stability of occlusion in patients with Class II malocclusion. AJODO (In Press) Abstracts
  • Liu Z.J., King, G.J. and D.R. Stewart.: Does human relaxin accelerate orthodontic tooth movement in rats? Proceedings of 4th International Conference on Relaxin & Related Peptides. 2004.
  • Liu Z.J. and King, G.J.: Condylar Mineralization Following Mandibular Osteodistraction in Growing and Maturing Rats. J. Dent. Res. 84: 2005.
  • Tso H.H., Fuentes I., Liu Z.J. and King, G.J.: Bone Mineral apposition in the regenerate produced by mandibular osteodistraction. J. Dent. Res. 84: 2005
  • Hulem R., Gluhak-Heinrich J., Liu Z.J., King G.J. and Pavlin D.: Regulation of osteopontin gene expression during distraction osteogenesis in rat. J. Dent. Res. 84: 2005.
  • Greenlee, G, Kiyak, A, Huang, G, Inglin, B, Yamaguchi, D, King, GJ, Descriptive Analysis of a Medicaid Population in a Prospective Clinical Trial, J. Dent. Res. 84: 2005.
  • Ethnicity in Malocclusion, Body Image, Treatment Expectations, Quality of Life. G King, HA Kiyak, G. Huang, G. Greenlee. J. Dent. Res. 85: 2006.
  • K Taylor, HA Kiyak, GJ King, D Gatten, Malocclusion and Its Treatment: Impact on Quality of Life (QOL), J. Dent. Res. 85: 2006.
  • D. Gatten, K. Taylor, H.A. Kiyak, G. Huang And G. King, Malocclusion, Body Image and Orthodontic Expectations in a Medicaid Population, J. Dent. Res. 85: 2006.
  • Kokich VG: Comprehensive management of implant anchorage in the multidisciplinary patient. In: Orthodontic Applications of Osseointegrated Implants, ed. K Higuchi, Quintessence, pps. 21-32, 2000.
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  • Kokich VG and Matthews D: Impacted teeth: Orthodontical and surgical considerations. In: Orthodontic Diagnosis, ed. JA McNamara Jr, in press.
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  • Kokich VG: Improving periodontal health with adjunctive orthodontic therapy. In: Clinical Periodontology, 9th Edition, eds. FA. Carranza, MG. Newman, HH. Takei, Mosby, St. Louis, in press.
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  • JCO Jan 2005 “Clinical Application of the Miniscrew Anchorage System”- Aldo Carano, Stefano Velo, Paola Leone, Giuseppe Siciliani?
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  • Ormiston, J., Huang, G., Little, R., Decker, J., Seuk, G.: Retrospective analysis of long term stable and unstable orthodontic treatment outcomes. Am J Orthod Dentofac Orthop. 128:568-574, 2005. Artun, Thalib, L., Little, R.: Third molar angulation during and after treatment of adolescent orthodontic patients. Eur J Orthod 27: 590-600, 2005.
  • Liu Z.J. and Herring SW: Bone surface strains and internal bony pressures at the jaw joint during masticatory muscle contraction. Arch Oral Biol., 45:95-112, 2000.
  • Liu ZJ, Yamagata Y, Kuroe K, Suenaga S, Noikura K and Ito G: Morphological and positional assessments of TMJ components and lateral pterygoid muscle in relation to symptoms and occlusion of patients with temporomandibular disorders. J. Oral Rehabil., 27:860-874, 2000.
  • Liu ZJ and Herring SW: Masticatory strains on osseous and ligamentous components of the jaw joint in miniature pigs. J. Orofac. Pain, 14:265-278, 2000.
  • Liu ZJ, Rafferty KL, Pedersen SC and Herring SW: Masticatory strains in the bone and capsule of the minipig jaw joint. J. Dent. Res, 79:497, 2000.
  • Decker J.D, Branaugh J, Liu ZJ and Herring SW: Cell birth and death in response to TMJ capsule disruption. J. Dent. Res, 79:323, 2000.
  • Herring SW, Rafferty KL and Liu Z.J: Jaw muscles and the skull in mammals: The biomechanics of mastication. Symposium on Env. Constraints on Feeding Biomechanics, Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 2000.
  • Herring SW and Liu ZJ: Loading of the TMJ: Anatomical and in vivo evidence from the bones Cells Tissues Organs, 169: 193-200, 2001.
  • Herring SW, Rafferty KL, Liu ZJ and Marshall CD: Jaw muscles and the skull in mammals: The biomechanics of mastication. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 131:207-219, 2001.
  • Gu GM, Yoshida R, Liu ZJ, Hirose T. and Ito G: Muscle fiber composition and electromyographic features of cervical muscles following prolonged head extension in growing rats. Eur. J. Orthod. Accepted, 2001.
  • Sun Z, Liu ZJ, and Herring SW: Movement of TMJ tissue during mastication and passive manipulation: A study in miniature pigs. Arch. Oral Biol. Accepted, 2001.
  • Herring SW, Decker JD, .Liu ZJ and Ma T: The jaw joint in miniature pigs: Anatomy, cell replication, and relation to loading. Anat. Rec. Accepted, 2001.
  • Connolly JP, Liu ZJ, Wang LL, Whelan MF, Huang GJ, Willians JK and King GJ: A Custom Mandibular distraction device for the rat. J. Craniofac. Surg. Submitted, 2001.
  • Sindelar BJ, Liu ZJ and Herring SW: Functional strains in the jaw joint capsule and disc during mastication in pigs, Sus scrofa.. 6th Vertebrate Morphology Congress. J. Morphol. 248:285, 2001.
  • Liu ZJ, Wang LL, Connolly JP, Huang GJ, Whelan MS and King GJ: Bone densiometry and muscle weight in rat mandibular osteodistraction. J. Dent. Res. 80: 790, 2001.
  • Liu ZJ, Green JR, Moore CA and Herring SW: Time series analysis of jaw muscle contraction and tissue deformation during mastication in miniature pigs. J. Oral Rehabil. Submitted, 2002.
  • Liu ZJ, King GJ, Herring SW, Whellan MF: Growth and remodeling of the condyle following mandibular osteodistraction in rats. J. Oral Maxillofac. Surg. Submitted, 2002.
  • King GJ, Liu ZJ, Wang LL, Chiu IY and Huang GJ: Effect of distraction rate and consolidation period on bone density in mandibular osteodistraction rats. Arch. Oral Biol. Submitted, 2002.
  • Liu ZJ, Herring SW and King GJ: Remodeling of condyle following mandibular osteodistraction in the rat. J. Dent. Res. 81, in press, 2002.
  • Sun Z., Liu ZJ and Herring SW: Movement of TMJ tissue during mastication and passive manipulation: study in miniature pigs. Arch. Oral Biol. In press, 2002.
  • Herring SW, Decker JD, Liu ZJ. and Ma T: The jaw joint in miniature pigs: Anatomy, cell replication, and relation to loading. Anat. Rec. In press, 2002.
  • Connolly JP, Liu ZJ, Wang LL Whelan M., Huang GJ, Willians JK and King GJ: A custom mandibular distraction device for the rat. J. Craniofac. Surg. 13:445-449, 2002.
  • Liu ZJ, Green JR, Moore CA and Herring SW: Time series analysis of jaw muscle contraction and tissue deformation during mastication in miniature pigs. J. Oral Rehabil. Accepted, 2002.
  • Liu ZJ, King GJ, Herring SW: Alterations of morphology and microdensity in the condyle following mandibular osteodistraction in the rat. J. Oral Maxillofac. Surg. Accepted, 2002
  • King GJ, Liu ZJ, Wang L.L., Chiu IY and Huang GJ: Effect of distraction rate and consolidation period on bone density in mandibular osteodistraction rats. Arch. Oral Biol. Accepted, 2002
  • Baskin CR, Liu ZJ, King GJ and Maggio-Price L: Vascular leak synfrome in Sprague-Dawley rats in mandibular distraction osteogenesis study. Comparative Medicine. Accepted, 2002
  • Gu GM, Yoshida R, Liu ZJ, Hirose T and Ito G: Muscle fiber composition and electromyographic features of cervical muscles following prolonged head extension in growing rats. Eur. J. Orthod. In press, 2003.
  • Liu ZJ, Green JR, Moore CA and Herring S.: Time series analysis of jaw muscle contraction and tissue deformation during mastication in miniature pigs. J. Oral Rehabil. 31:7-17, 2004.
  • Liu ZJ, King GJ. and Herring SW: Why do we fail to achieve predicted lengthening in mandibular osteodistraction? Observations on condylar morphology and microdensity in growing and maturing rats. In: Biological Mechanisms of Tooth Movement & Craniofacial Adaptation, ed. Z. Davidovotch and J. Mah: Harvard Soc. Adv. Orthodontics, pp. 39-51, 2004.
  • Herring SW, Sun Z., Egbert MA, Rafferty K. and Liu ZJ: Is distraction the only motion permitted at the osteotomy site? Fixation and stability of the pig mandible. In: Biological Mechanisms of Tooth Movement & Craniofacial Adaptation, ed. Z. Davidovotch and J. Mah, Harvard Soc. Adv. Orthodontics, pp. 31-38, 2004.
  • Shin JY, Liu ZJ and King GJ: Trabecular organization of mandibular osteodistraction in growing and maturing rats. J. Oral Maxillofac. Surg. 63:77-86, 2005.
  • Liu ZJ, Anderson MW, Gu GM and King GJ: Apoptosis in the regenerate produced by mandibular osteodistraction in skeleton mature rats. J. Orthod. Craniofac. Res. 2005, in press.
  • Liu ZJ, King, GJ, Gu GM, Shin JY and Stewart DR.: Does human relaxin accelerate orthodontic tooth movement in rats? Annals of the New York Academic of Science, 2005, in press.
  • Williams BE, King GJ, Liu Z.J. and Rafferty KL: Dynamic histomorphometric analysis of regenerate osteogenesis following mandibular distraction in the rat. Arch. Oral Biol. 2005, in press.
  • Liu Z.J., Kayalioglu M., Shcherbatyy V. and Seifi A.: Tongue deformation, jaw movement and muscle activity during mastication in pigs. Arch. Oral Biol. 52:309-312, 2007.
  • Madan M.S., Liu Z.J., Gu G.M. and King G.J.: Effects of human relaxin on orthodontic tooth movement and periodontal ligaments in rats.  Am. J. Orthod. Dentofac. Orthop. 131: 8e1-10, 2007.
  • Kayalioglu M., Shcherbatyy V. Seifi A. and Liu Z.J.: Roles of tongue intrinsic and extrinsic muscles in feeding: Electromyographic study in pigs.  Arch. Oral Biol. 52:786-796, 2007.
  • Ross C.F., Dharia R., Herring S.W., Hylander W.L., Liu Z.J., Rafferty K.L., Ravosa M.J. and Willaims S.H.: Modulation of mandibular corpus bone strain in mammals during mastication. J. Exp. Biol.   210:1046-63, 2007.
  • Shcherbatyy V. and Liu Z.J.: Internal kinematics of the tongue during feeding in pigs. Anat. Rec. 290:1288-1299, 2007.
  • Liu Z.J., Shcherbatyy V. and Perkins J.A.: Functional loads of the tongue and consequence of the volume reduction. J. Oral Maxillofac. Surg. 2008, in press.
  • Liu Z.J., Yamamura B., Shcherbatyy V. and Green J.R.: Regional volumetric changes of the tongue during mastication in pigs.  J. Oral Rehabil. 2008, in press.
  • Herring S.W., Rafferty L.K, Liu Z.J. and Sun Z.: A nonprimate model for the fused symphysis: in vivo studies in the pig. Vinyard, C.J., Ravosa, M.J., and C.E. Wall, eds.
  • Primate Craniofacial Function and Biology;  Developments in Primatology Series.
    New York, Springer, 2008, in press.
  • Popowics TE, Herring SW: Teeth, jaws and muscles in mammalian mastication. In Feeding in Domestic Vertebrates, ed. V Bels. Oxon, UK, CAB International, pp. 61-83, 2006.
  • Sun Z, Rafferty KL, Egbert MA, Herring SW: Mandibular mechanics following osteotomy and appliance placement. I. Postoperative mobility of the osteotomy site. J Oral Maxillofac Surg 64:610-619, 2006.
  • Rafferty KL, Sun Z, Egbert MA, Baird EE, Herring SW: Mandibular mechanics following osteotomy and appliance placement. II. Bone strain on the body and condylar neck. J Oral Maxillofac Surg 64:620-627, 2006.
  • Langenbach GEJ, Zhang F, Herring SW, van Eijden TMGJ, Hannam AG: Dynamic mechanics in the pig mandibular symphysis.  J Anat 209:69-78, 2006.
  • Liu ZJ, King GJ, Herring SW: Condylar mineralization following mandibular distraction in rats.  J Dent Res 85:653-657, 2006.
  • Herring SW, Pedersen SC: Bone strain in infant mammals and the orientation of bone growth.  In Biological Mechanisms of Tooth Eruption, Resorption and Movement, ed. Davidovitch Z, Mah J, Suthanarak S., O.S. Printing House, Bangkok, Thailand, pp. 91-98, 2006.
  • Wealthall RJ, Herring SW: Endochondral ossification of the mouse nasal septum.  Anat Rec 288:1163-1172, 2006.
  • Mikos A, Herring SW, Ochareon P, Elisseeff J, Lu HH, Kandel R, Schoen FJ, Toner M, Mooney D, Atala A, van Dyke ME, Kaplan  D, Vunjak-Novakovic G: Engineering complex tissues.  Tissue Eng 12:3307-3339, 2006.
  • Rothe LE, Bollen A-M, Little RM, Herring SW, Chaison JB, Chen C, Hollender LG: Trabecular and cortical bone as risk factors for orthodontic relapse.  Am J Orthod Dentofac Orthop 130:476-484, 2006.
  • Popowics TE, Herring SW: Load transmission in the nasofrontal suture of the pig, Sus scrofa.  J Biomech 40:837-844, 2007.
  • Herring SW: Masticatory muscles and the skull: a comparative perspective.  Arch Oral Biol 52:296-299, 2007.
  • Ross CF, Dharia R, Herring SW, Hylander WL, Liu Z-J, Rafferty KL, Ravosa MJ, Williams SH: Modulation of mandibular loading and bite force in mammals during mastication.  J Expt Biol 210:1046-1063, 2007.
  • Sun Z, Rafferty KL, Egbert MA, Herring SW: Masticatory mechanics of a mandibular distraction osteogenesis site: interfragmentary micromovement.  Bone 41:188-196, 2007.
  • Sun Z, Lee E, Herring SW: Cell proliferation and osteogenic differentiation of growing pig cranial sutures.  J. Anat. 211:280-289, 2007.
  • Rafferty KL, Sun Z, Egbert MA, Bakke DW, Herring SW: Changes in growth and morphology of the condyle following mandibular distraction in minipigs:  Overloading or Underloading?  Arch. Oral Biol. 52:967-976, 2007.
  • Ochareon P, Herring SW: Growing the mandible: role of the periosteum and its cells.  Anat Rec 290:1366-1376, 2007.
  • Herring SW: Mechanical influences on suture development and patency.  In Craniofacial Sutures—Development, Disease and Treatment, ed. Rice DP.  Karger, Frontiers in Oral Biology (ed. Sharpe P) 12:41-56, 2008.
  • Kim, S., Herring, S., Wang, I.C., Alcalde, R., Mak, V., Fu, I. and Huang, G: A comparison of miniplates and teeth for orthodontic anchorage. Am J Orthod Dentofac Orthop 133:189 e1-9, 2008.
  • Herring SW, Rafferty KL, Liu ZJ, Sun Z.  2008.  A nonprimate model for the fused symphysis: in vivo studies in the pig.  In Primate Craniofacial Function and Biology, ed. Vinyard C, Ravosa M, Wall C.  Springer, New York, pp. 19-37.
  • Sun Z, Herring SW.  2009.  The effect of periosteal injury and masticatory micromovement on the healing of a mandibular distraction osteogenesis site.  Arch. Oral Biol. 54:205-215.
  • Al Dayeh AA, Rafferty KL, Egbert M, Herring SW.  2009.  Deformation of nasal septal cartilage during mastication.  J. Morphol. 270:1209-1218.
  • Popowics T, Yeh K, Rafferty K, Herring S.  2009.  Functional cues in the development of osseous tooth support in the pig, Sus scrofa.  J. Biomech. 42:1961-1966.

Abstracts

  • Liu ZJ, Wang LL, Connolly JP, Huang GJ, Whelan MS and King GJ: Bone densiometry and muscle weight in rat mandibular osteodistraction. J. Dent. Res. 80: 790, 2001.
  • Herring SW, Rafferty KL.and Liu ZJ: Jaw muscles and the skull in mammals: The biomechanics of mastication. Symposium on Env. Constraints on Feeding Biomechanics, .J. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 79, 2001.
  • Sindelar BJ, Liu ZJ and Herring SW: Functional strains in the jaw joint capsule and disc during mastication in pigs, Sus scrofa. 6th Vertebrate Morphology Congress. J. Morphol. 248:285, 2001
  • Liu ZJ, Herring SW and King GJ: Remodeling of condyle following mandibular osteodistraction in the rat. J. Dent. Res. 81:3080, 2002.
  • Sun Z, Liu ZJ and Herring SW: Movement of TMJ tissues in miniature pigs. J. Dent. Res. 81:3086, 2002.
  • Liu ZJ, Marshall CD, Herring, SW and King GJ: Biomechanical properties of the regenerate following mandibular distraction in rats. J. Dent. Res. 82: In press, 2003.
  • King GJ., Liu ZJ. Kim AY and Bai XQ: Mineralization and microdensity in the regenerate following mandibular distraction in growing rats. J. Dent. Res. 82: In press, 2003.
  • Sun Z, Egbert, MA, Rafferty KL, Liu ZJ and Herring SW: Mobility of the distraction osteotomy site during jaw muscle contraction. J. Dent. Res. 82: In press, 2003.
  • Liu ZJ, King, GJ and Stewart DR: Effect of relaxin on the physical properties of periodontal ligament. J. Dent. Res. 83:2594, 2004.
  • Shin JY, Liu, ZJ and King GJ: Trabecular organization of mandibular osteodistraction area in the rat. J. Dent. Res. 83:1267, 2004.
  • Okafuji N, Liu, ZJ and King GJ.: Assessment of cell Proliferation during mandibular osteodistraction in the rat. J. Dent. Res. 83:1268, 2004.
  • Anderson MW, Liu, ZJ, Gu GM and King GJ: Apoptosis in the regenerate bone produced by mandibular osteodistraction. J. Dent. Res. 83:1265, 2004.
  • Liu ZJ, King, G.J. and Stewart DR: Does human relaxin accelerate orthodontic tooth movement in rats? Proceedings of 4th International Conference on Relaxin & Related Peptides. 2005, in press.
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