Gustav Andersson

Senior lecturer, deputy - assistant physician at Department of Integrative Medical Biology (IMB)
Group Mikael Wiberg

Research projects

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Danielson, Patrik

What are the mechanisms behind scar-formation and degeneration in collagen-rich tissues?

06/19/2017

Publications

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Andersson, Gustav
Backman, Ludvig J.
Christensen, Jens; et al.

Nerve distributions in insertional Achilles tendinopathy - a comparison of bone, bursae and tendon
Histology and Histopathology, 32(3): 263-270

2017

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Spang, Christoph
Alfredson, Håkan
Docking, S. I.; et al.

The plantaris tendon: a narrative review focusing on anatomical features and clinical importance
The Bone & Joint Journal, 98B(10): 1312-1319

2016

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Ward, Ella Rose
Andersson, Gustav
Backman, Ludvig J.; et al.

Fat pads adjacent to tendinopathy: more than a coincidence?
British Journal of Sports Medicine, 50(24): 1491-1492

2016

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Christensen, Jens
Alfredson, Håkan
Andersson, Gustav

Protease-activated receptors in the Achilles tendon-a potential explanation for the excessive pain signalling in tendinopathy
Molecular Pain, 11

2015

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Forsgren, Sture
Alfredson, Håkan
Andersson, Gustav

Further proof of the existence of a non-neuronal cholinergic system in the human Achilles tendon: Presence of the AChR alpha 7 receptor in tendon cells and cells in the peritendinous tissue
International Immunopharmacology, 29(1): 195-200

2015

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Huisman, Elise S.
Andersson, Gustav
Scott, Alexander; et al.

Regional molecular and cellular differences in the female rabbit Achilles tendon complex: potential implications for understanding responses to loading
Journal of Anatomy, 224(5): 538-547

2014

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Backman, Ludvig J
Andersson, Gustav
Fong, Gloria; et al.

Alpha-2 adrenergic stimulation triggers Achilles tenocyte hypercellularity: comparison between two model systems
Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports, 23(6): 687-696

2013

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Fong, Gloria
Backman, Ludvig
Andersson, Gustav; et al.

Human tenocytes are stimulated to proliferate by acetylcholine through an EGFR signalling pathway
Cell and Tissue Research, 351(3): 465-475

2013

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Andersson, Gustav
Forsgren, Sture
Scott, Alexander; et al.

Tenocyte hypercellularity and vascular proliferation in a rabbit model of tendinopathy: contralateral effects suggest the involvement of central neuronal mechanisms
British Journal of Sports Medicine, 45(5): 399-406

2011

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Backman, Ludvig
Andersson, Gustav
Wennstig, Gabriel; et al.

Endogenous substance P production in the Achilles tendon increases with loading in an in vivo model of tendinopathy: peptidergic elevation preceding tendinosis-like tissue changes
Journal of Musculoskeletal and Neuronal Interactions - JMNI, 11(2): 133-140

2011

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