William Michael Kulyk
William Michael Kulyk
Professor of Anatomy & Cell Biology, University of Saskatchewan
Verified email at usask.ca
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Collagen gene expression during limb cartilage differentiation.
RA Kosher, WM Kulyk, SW Gay
Journal of Cell Biology 102 (4), 1151-1156, 1986
2721986
Promotion of embryonic chick limb cartilage differentiation by transforming growth factor-β
WM Kulyk, BJ Rodgers, K Greer, RA Kosher
Developmental biology 135 (2), 424-430, 1989
2071989
Strategic design and fabrication of engineered scaffolds for articular cartilage repair
Z Izadifar, X Chen, W Kulyk
Journal of functional biomaterials 3 (4), 799-838, 2012
1312012
Fibronectin gene expression during limb cartilage differentiation
WM Kulyk, WB Upholt, RA Kosher
Development 106 (3), 449-455, 1989
1101989
Molecular and cell biology of skin wound healing in a pig model
JF Wang, ME Olson, CR Reno, W Kulyk, JB Wright, DA Hart
Connective tissue research 41 (3), 195-211, 2000
1082000
Cartilage proteoglycan core protein gene expression during limb cartilage differentiation
RA Kosher, SW Gay, JR Kamanitz, WM Kulyk, BJ Rodgers, S Sai, ...
Developmental biology 118 (1), 112-117, 1986
1031986
Sox9 expression during chondrogenesis in micromass cultures of embryonic limb mesenchyme
WM Kulyk, JL Franklin, LM Hoffman
Experimental cell research 255 (2), 327-332, 2000
912000
Regulation of cartilage formation and maturation by mitogen‐activated protein kinase signaling
BE Bobick, WM Kulyk
Birth Defects Research Part C: Embryo Today: Reviews 84 (2), 131-154, 2008
882008
In situ hybridization analysis of the expression of the type II collagen gene in the developing chicken limb bud
HD Nah, BJ Rodgers, WM Kulyk, BE Kream, RA Kosher, WB Upholt
Collagen and related research 8 (4), 277-294, 1988
841988
Analyzing biological performance of 3D-printed, cell-impregnated hybrid constructs for cartilage tissue engineering
Z Izadifar, T Chang, W Kulyk, X Chen, BF Eames
Tissue Engineering Part C: Methods 22 (3), 173-188, 2016
772016
The MEK-ERK signaling pathway is a negative regulator of cartilage-specific gene expression in embryonic limb mesenchyme
BE Bobick, WM Kulyk
Journal of Biological Chemistry 279 (6), 4588-4595, 2004
742004
Fibroblast growth factors 2, 4, and 8 exert both negative and positive effects on limb, frontonasal, and mandibular chondrogenesis via MEK‐ERK activation
BE Bobick, TM Thornhill, WM Kulyk
Journal of cellular physiology 211 (1), 233-243, 2007
582007
Temporal and spatial analysis of hyaluronidase activity during development of the embryonic chick limb bud
WM Kulyk, RA Kosher
Developmental biology 120 (2), 535-541, 1987
571987
Cloning and characterization of a cDNA encoding the collagen-binding stress protein hsp47 in zebrafish
DS PEARSON, WM KULYK, GM KELLY, PH KRONE
DNA and cell biology 15 (3), 263-272, 1996
531996
Type IX collagen gene expression during limb cartilage differentiation
WM Kulyk, CND Coelho, RA Kosher
Matrix 11 (4), 282-288, 1991
401991
Promotion of embryonic limb cartilage differentiation in vitro by staurosporine, a protein kinase C inhibitor
WM Kulyk
Developmental biology 146 (1), 38-48, 1991
401991
Ethanol exposure stimulates cartilage differentiation by embryonic limb mesenchyme cells
WM Kulyk, LM Hoffman
Experimental cell research 223 (2), 290-300, 1996
391996
Stimulation of limb cartilage differentiation by cyclic AMP is dependent on cell density
BJ Rodgers, WM Kulyk, RA Kosher
Cell differentiation and development 28 (3), 179-187, 1989
361989
MEK-ERK signaling plays diverse roles in the regulation of facial chondrogenesis
BE Bobick, WM Kulyk
Experimental cell research 312 (7), 1079-1092, 2006
322006
The effect of chondroitin sulphate and hyaluronic acid on chondrocytes cultured within a fibrin-alginate hydrogel
CJ Little, WM Kulyk, X Chen
Journal of functional biomaterials 5 (3), 197-210, 2014
272014
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