Dr. Paul Richard Reynolds M.D.
Sports Medicine Specialist | Sports Medicine1650 Cochrane Circle Department Of Orthop Colorado Springs CO, 80913
Dr. Paul Reynolds is a Sports Medicine Family Practitioner in Colorado Springs, CO. As a Sports Medicine Family Practitioner, Dr. Reynolds is trained to assess, diagnose, prevent, and treat sports injuries in patients of all ages, and refer those patients to further services if needed. Sports Medicine Family Practitioners must complete specialized training in order to help each patient maximize function and improve quality of life.
Education and Training
Univ of Va Sch of Med, Charlottesville Va 1997
Orthopaedic SurgeryAmerican Board of Orthopaedic SurgeryABOS- Orthopaedic Sports Medicine
- Multiple inositol polyphosphate phosphatase: evolution as a distinct group within the histidine phosphatase family and chromosomal localization of the human and mouse genes to chromosomes 10q23 and 19.
- Narcolepsy and the hypocretin receptor 2 gene.
- Cloning of the chick BMP1/Tolloid cDNA and expression in skeletal tissues.
- Targeted deletion of Minpp1 provides new insight into the activity of multiple inositol polyphosphate phosphatase in vivo.
- Absence of germline mutations in MINPP1, a phosphatase encoding gene centromeric of PTEN, in patients with Cowden and Bannayan-Riley-Ruvalcaba syndrome without germline PTEN mutations.
- Neonatal cranial ultrasound interpretation: a clinical audit.
- Somatic mutation and germline variants of MINPP1, a phosphatase gene located in proximity to PTEN on 10q23.3, in follicular thyroid carcinomas.
- A role for the BMP antagonist chordin in endochondral ossification.
- Selective synthesis of bone morphogenetic proteins-1, -3, -4 and bone sialoprotein may be important for osteoinduction by Saos-2 cells.
- In sickness and in health: the importance of translational regulation.
- Clara cell secretory protein deficiency alters clara cell secretory apparatus and the protein composition of airway lining fluid.
- Combination therapy with folic acid and methionine in the prevention of retinoic
- Evaluation of experimental methods in the determination of the fibrogenic dusts. II. The subcutaneous method.
- The Schizosaccharomyces pombe rhp3+ gene required for DNA repair and cell viability is functionally interchangeable with the RAD3 gene of Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
- Avian multiple inositol polyphosphate phosphatase is an active phytase that can be engineered to help ameliorate the planet's "phosphate crisis".
- A rapid method for labelling CD4+ T cells with ultrasmall paramagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles for magnetic resonance imaging that preserves proliferative, regulatory and migratory behaviour in vitro.
- CCSP regulates cross talk between secretory cells and both ciliated cells and macrophages of the conducting airway.
- Synovial fluid proteins differentiate between the subtypes of juvenile idiopathic arthritis.
- Immunohistochemical detection and regulation of α5 nicotinic acetylcholine receptor (nAChR) subunits by FoxA2 during mouse lung organogenesis.
- Up-regulation of receptors for advanced glycation end-products by alveolar epithelium influences cytodifferentiation and causes severe lung hypoplasia.
- Embryonic overexpression of receptors for advanced glycation end-products by alveolar epithelium induces an imbalance between proliferation and apoptosis.
- RAGE signaling by alveolar macrophages influences tobacco smoke-induced inflammation.
- RAGE and tobacco smoke: insights into modeling chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
- Cooccurrence of free-living amoebae and nontuberculous Mycobacteria in hospital water networks, and preferential growth of Mycobacterium avium in Acanthamoeba lenticulata.
- Osteoarthritis in temporomandibular joint of Col2a1 mutant mice.
- Conditional overexpression of receptors for advanced glycation end-products in the adult murine lung causes airspace enlargement and induces inflammation.
- Inflammatory markers associated with osteoarthritis after destabilization surgery in young mice with and without Receptor for Advanced Glycation End-products (RAGE).
- Genome Sequence of an Epidemic Isolate of Mycobacterium abscessus subsp. bolletii from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
- Conditional over-expression of RAGE by embryonic alveolar epithelium compromises the respiratory membrane and impairs endothelial cell differentiation.
- Increased compound heterozygous filaggrin mutations in severe atopic dermatitis in the United States.
- Neuroendocrine signaling via the serotonin transporter regulates clearance of apoptotic cells.
- Primary alveolar macrophages exposed to diesel particulate matter increase RAGE expression and activate RAGE signaling.
- Developmental lung expression and transcriptional regulation of claudin-6 by TTF-1, Gata-6, and FoxA2.
- Acute secondhand smoke-induced pulmonary inflammation is diminished in RAGE knockout mice.
- Ceramides mediate cigarette smoke-induced metabolic disruption in mice.
- Antenatal exposure of maternal secondhand smoke (SHS) increases fetal lung expression of RAGE and induces RAGE-mediated pulmonary inflammation.
- Conditionally induced RAGE expression by proximal airway epithelial cells in transgenic mice causes lung inflammation.
- Cigarette smoke increases cardiomyocyte ceramide accumulation and inhibits mitochondrial respiration.
- Freezing/Thawing without Cryoprotectant Damages Native but not Decellularized Porcine Renal Tissue.
- Cardiomyocyte mitochondrial respiration is reduced by receptor for advanced glycation end-product signaling in a ceramide-dependent manner.
- Automation of Pressure Control Improves Whole Porcine Heart Decellularization.
- Conditional pulmonary over-expression of Claudin 6 during embryogenesis delays lung morphogenesis.
- Targeted Mutation of Nuclear Bone Morphogenetic Protein 2 Impairs Secondary Immune Response in a Mouse Model.
- Comparison of four decontamination treatments on porcine renal decellularized extracellular matrix structure, composition, and support of human renal cortical tubular epithelium cells.
- Hypoxia reduces placental mTOR activation in a hypoxia-induced model of intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR).
- Differential Receptor for Advanced Glycation End Products Expression in Preeclamptic, Intrauterine Growth Restricted, and Gestational Diabetic Placentas.
- Efficient decellularization of whole porcine kidneys improves reseeded cell behavior.
- Oral Gingival Cell Cigarette Smoke Exposure Induces Muscle Cell Metabolic Disruption.
- Malocclusion model of temporomandibular joint osteoarthritis in mice with and without receptor for advanced glycation end products.
- Identification of shared TCR sequences from T cells in human breast cancer using emulsion RT-PCR.
- The impact of decellularization agents on renal tissue extracellular matrix.
- Sequence Analysis of Fluoroquinolone Resistance-Associated Genes gyrA and gyrB in Clinical Mycobacterium tuberculosis Isolates from Patients Suspected of Having Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis in New Delhi, India.
- Decreased activation of placental mTOR family members is associated with the induction of intrauterine growth restriction by secondhand smoke in the mouse.
- Up-Regulation of Claudin-6 in the Distal Lung Impacts Secondhand Smoke-Induced Inflammation.
- Cigarette smoke and decreased oxygen tension inhibit pulmonary claudin-6 expression.
- Caspase dependent and independent mechanisms of apoptosis across gestation in a sheep model of placental insufficiency and intrauterine growth restriction.
- Plausible Roles for RAGE in Conditions Exacerbated by Direct and Indirect (Secondhand) Smoke Exposure.
- Cigarette smoke extract (CSE) induces RAGE-mediated inflammation in the Ca9-22 gingival carcinoma epithelial cell line.
- High-Mobility Group Box 1 Disrupts Metabolic Function with Cigarette Smoke Exposure in a Ceramide-Dependent Manner.
- LPS from P. gingivalis Negatively Alters Gingival Cell Mitochondrial
- Inhibition of the receptor for advanced glycation end-products (RAGE) protects from secondhand smoke (SHS)-induced intrauterine growth restriction IUGR in mice.
- Homeostatic nuclear RAGE-ATM interaction is essential for efficient DNA repair.
- A requirement for calcium in the transport of cobalamin across the outer membrane of Escherichia coli.
- Mutation induction by 365-nm radiation and far-ultraviolet light in Escherichia coli strains differing in near- and far-ultraviolet light sensitivity.
- Transport of vitamin B12 in Escherichia coli. Some observations on the roles of the gene products of BtuC and TonB.
- Identification and characterization of a unique chondrocyte gene involved in transition to hypertrophy.
- Developmental expression of NOS isoforms in fetal rat lung: implications for transitional circulation and pulmonary angiogenesis.
- P-glycoprotein expression in cartilaginous tumors.
- HiPER1, a phosphatase of the endoplasmic reticulum with a role in chondrocyte maturation.
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